Welcome to your Imarisha SACCO psychometric test for legal Email Name Reference Number 1. About 330 marketing professionals attended this year’s Media Innovations Forum. This indicates that social media engagement is a substantial feature of brand marketing plans.The extent of attendance in professional media forums is not negligible A. Assumption Made B. Assumption not made 2. No one has ever proven that babies who are slow to gain weight in the first few months of their lives generally don’t catch up to their peers by age 13.Babies who are slow to gain weight usually catch up with their 13 year old peers A. Conclusion follows. B. Conclusion does not follow 3. We forecast that completion of the development of supercomputers will be followed by a shortage of people who know how to make use of all this computing power.It is only a matter of time until the development of supercomputers will be completed. A. Assumptions made. B. Assumption not made 4. One hundred young adults in their 20’s and 30’s paid to participate in a recent speed dating event at a bar in a big city. At this event, education and occupation were the most commonly discussed topics among the speed daters because young adults today view these topics as the most important for finding an ideal partner.A majority of young adults had not previously discussed education and occupation with their previous potential partners. A. True B. Probably True. C. Insufficient Data. D. Probably False E. False 5. Bonds and stocks are securities, which differ in that stockholders bought and own a share in the company, whereas bondholders lend money to company owners. Another difference is that bonds have a defined term, after which a bond is redeemed by the owners, whereas stocks may be outstanding indefinitely. So I invested money in company C’s stocks.I didn’t lend money to company C. A. Conclusion follows B. Conclusion does not follow. 6. 2500 people gathered to protest a proposed 1% increase in their sale’s tax. The speakers at the protest spoke about not just lowering the sales tax but also lowering the state’s income tax. Several hundred counter protestors also came to the protest. Some violent confrontations ensued, resulting in dozens of arrests.The counter protestors do not want the state’s income tax to be lowered. A. True B. Probably true C. Insufficient data D. Probably false E. False 7. Should employees who have over five years of experience in the company be bound by law to give employers in advance notice of 60 days upon resignation?No, Labor laws such as this one that protects employers discourage employees, making them less efficient in the workplace. A. Strong argument B. Weak argument 8. All real estate assets are either very large or located in central areas, but not both. While no apartment is without air conditioning, all air conditioned RE assets are substantial.RE Assets that are located in central areas are not apartments A. Conclusion follows B. Conclusion does not follow 1. What are the laws on confidentiality agreements in Kenya? 2. Are there laws governing how a company is valued? 3. What are the laws governing leverage buyout? 4. How do you stay up to date with this industry? 5. What is your experience in the banking and finance domain? John ran the route between the Town Council and the schoolhouse at a speed of 6 mph in 50 minutes. Danny drove his car on the same road at a speed of 30mph. How long (in minutes) did it take Danny to complete the distance? A. 250 min B. 150 min C. 20 min D. 10 min E. 135 min 2. What is the value of X? A. 9 B. 10 C. 12 D. 15 E. 21 3. What would the next number be in the following series? 1..5..4..16..14..42 A. 39 B. 18 C. 41 D. 9 4. Tennessee Whisky contains 40% alcohol; How many ml of whiskey can be produced with 80 ml of alcohol? A. 200 B. 280 C. 320 D. 500 E. 758 5. The number of freckles on the nose of a 9 year old girl named Kate has been growing at a rate of 100% per year ever since she was 5 years old ( at which time she only had 2 freckles) What is the difference between Kate’s current number of freckles and the average number of freckles she had from when she was 5? A. 4 B. 19.6 C. 12.4 D. Cannot say 6. There are 100 books in the library, divided into four categories. The books’ ratio is as follows: 3 science fiction books to every two history books and four history books to every three comic books. The remaining books are art books. How many art books are in the library, if we know that it holds nine comic books? A. 61 B. 59 C. 39 D. 70 8. Find the percentage decrease of 500 to 240 9. Your phone bill is 42000 Kenya shillings. It increases by 10% after 12 months, and a further 20% increase applied 6 months later. What is the price of your phone bill after 18 months? 10. Find the mean average of 3,15,8 and 22 11. 1/5 + 3/5 12. NEUTRAL means the same as…. A. BEIGE B. TERRITORY C. FLAG D. BLAND E. NONCOMMITAL 13. Select the word that is spelled incorrectly: A. Apprehensive B. Deduction C. Retreive D. misspell 14. IMPERIOUS is the opposite of…. A. ARROGANT B. MOODY C. SUBSERVIENT D. QUIET E. STORMY 15. Which of the following phrases 1,2,3,4 given below in the statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? Our neighbors are always trying to keep up with our lifestyle. 1. To keep on 2. To keep at. 3. To Keeping on 4. To keep off 5. No correction in required 16. Select the correct tense. Kiran had been working in a bank for some years. 1. Simple Past 2. Past Continuous 3. Past perfect continuous 4. Past Perfect 5. None of the above 17. Select the correct tense. She had played Carrom 1. Future perfect. 2. Past perfect. 3. Present perfect. 4. Simple present. 5. None of the above. 18. Select the correct plural form for the given word. Country 1. Countrys. 2. Countryes. 3. Countries. 4. Countrees. 5. None of the above.