UP Police

The UP Police SI written exam will consist of four different papers, namely; General Hindi, General Knowledge, Numerical & Mental Ability Test, and Mental Aptitude /Intelligence /Reasoning.

General Knowledge:-

India and its adjacent countries Scientific Progress/Development National/International Awards Indian Languages Books Script Capital Currency Sports-Athlete such as essential knowledge

General Hindi:-

Questions & Answer from the Passage Title of the Passage Letter Writing Word Knowledge Use of Words Antonym Synonym One Word Substitutions Sentence Correction Idioms Phrases

Numerical Aptitude:-

Number System Simplification Decimal & Fraction HCF LCM Ratio & Proportion Percentage Profit & Loss Discount Simple Interest and Compound Interest Partnership Time & Work Distance Use of Table & Graph Mensuration

Mental Ability Test:-

Logical Diagrams Symbol-Relationship Interpretation Codification Perception Test Word formation Test Letter and number series Word and alphabet Analogy Common Sense Test Letter and number coding Direction sense Test Logical interpretation of data Forcefulness of argument Determining implied meanings

Mental Aptitude:-

Public Interest Law & Order Communal Harmony Crime Control Rule of Law Ability of Adaptability Professional Information (Basic level) Police System Contemporary Police Issues & Law and order Basic Law Interest in Profession Mental Toughness Sensitivity towards minorities and underprivileged Gender sensitivity

Intelligence Quotient:-

Relationship and Analogy Test Spotting out the dissimilar Series Completion Coding-Decoding Direction Sense Test Blood Relation Problems based on the alphabet Time sequence test Venn Diagram and chart type test Mathematical ability Test Arranging in orde


Analogies Similarities Differences Space visualization Problem-solving Analysis and Judgment Decision-making Visual memory Discrimination Observation Relationship Concepts Arithmetic reasoning Verbal and figure classification Arithmetical number series Abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationships Arithmetical computations and other analytical functions