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March 15, 2017

SBI PO 2017 Study Plan : Day 9 - Puzzle Test

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Hello everyone, I am Aparna and here is the Day 9 Lesson of our SBI PO 2017 Study Plan. Today's topic is Puzzle Test of Reasoning Section. Happy Reading :) 

Puzzle Test

In Puzzle Tests questions are put in the form of puzzles involving certain number of items, be it persons or any object. You are required to analyse that information and answer the questions that follows. Usually the questions on Puzzle Tests are based on Classification, Placing Arrangements, Comparison, Sequential Order, or Family based. You are going to learn about all these types of Puzzle Tests here. 

1. CLASSIFICATION TYPE

In classification type puzzle certain items be-longing to different groups or possessing different qualities are given along with some clues, with the help of which you are required to group and analyse the given items and answer the questions accordingly : 

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions :

B, M, T, R, K, H and D are traveling in a train compartment with III-tier sleeper berth. Each of them has a different profession of Engineer, Doctor, Architect, Pharmacist, Lawyer, Journalist and Pathologist. They occupied two lower berths, three middle berths and two upper berths. B, the Engineer, is not on the upper berth. The Architect is the only other person who occupies the same type of berth as that of B. M and H are not on the middle berth and their professions are Pathologist and Lawyer respectively. T is a Pharmacist. D is neither a Journalist nor an Architect. K occupies the same type of berth as that of the Doctor.
  1. Who is the Architect ? 
    1. D
    2. H
    3. R
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  2. What is D's profession ? 
    1. Pharmacist
    2. Lawyer
    3. Doctor
    4. Engineer 
    5. Data inadequate 
  3. Which of the following pairs occupy the lower berth ? 
    1. BT
    2.  BD
    3. BK
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  4. Which of the following groups occupies the middle berth ?
    1. DKT
    2. HKT (c) DKR (d) DHT (e) None of these 5. Which of the following combinations of person-berth-profession is correct? (a) K - Upper - Lawyer (b) D - Upper - Doctor (c) M - Lower - Journalist (d) R - Lower - Architect (e) All correct  
How to Solve this Question ?

To solve this puzzle and find out what is the profession and berth of each passenger let us draw a table like given below : 


Passenger







Berth







Occupation








Now, based on the information given, let us mark the details in the table.
  1. Mark B is an Engineer
  2. The Architect is the only other person who occupies the same type of berth as B, the Engineer. And since the Engineer is not on the up-per berth, so he and the Architect must be on the lower berth, as three persons occupy the middle berth. 
  3. M and H are not on middle berth and their professions are Pathologist and Lawyer respectively.
  4. Since lower berths are occupied by Engineer and Architect, so Pathologist and Lawyer occupy upper berths and the Doctor, Pharmacist and Journalist occupy the middle berths. 
  5. Now, T is a Pharmacist. He occupies middle berth
  6. D is neither a Journalist nor an Architect. So, D is a doctor. From clue 4 above Doctor is in a middle berth
  7. Since K occupies the same type of berth as the doctor, so K is a Journalist. 
  8. Finally, R is an Architect. Architect is the only other person who occupies the same type of berth as that of B so it is lower 
Passenger
B
M
T
R
K
H
D
Berth
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Middle
Upper
Middle
Occupation
Engineer
Pathologist
Pharmacist
Architect
Journalist
Lawyer
Doctor

2. PLACING ARRANGEMENTS

Like in Seating arrangement problems here also some clues regarding seating/ placing arrangments of some persons or items is given and you need to form the proper sequence using these clues and answer the given questions accordingly. 

Directions (Questions 1 to 4) : Study the fol-lowing information carefully and answer the questions given below :
Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in a row facing towards North. C is sitting between A and E. D is not at the end. B is sitting immediate right to E. F is not at the right end. 

  1. How many persons are there to the right of D
    1. One 
    2. Two 
    3. Three 
    4. Four 
    5. None of these
  2. Which of the following pairs is sitting to one side of D ?
    1. FB
    2. FC
    3. FE
    4. Cannot be determined
    5. None of these
  3. Who is immediate left of C ? 
    1. A
    2. E
    3. Either E or A
    4. Cannot be determined
    5. None of these
  4. Who is at the right end ? 
    1. A
    2. B
    3. E
    4. Cannot be determined
    5. None of these
Solution

B is to the immediate right of E i.e. E, B.

C is between A and E i.e. A, C, E, B.

D is not at the end and F is not at the right end, So, sequence in the row becomes : F, D, A, C, E, B.

ANSWERS

1. (4) : There are four persons to the right of D - A, C, E, B.

2. (5) : Clearly, F is sitting on one side while each one of B, C and E is on the other side of D.

3. (1) : A is to the immediate left of C.

4. (2) : B is at the right end. 

3. COMPARISON

In this type of question some clues are given regarding comparisons among a set of persons or things with resepect to one or more qualities. You are required to analyse the information, form a sequence and answer the questions accordingly.

Directions (Questions 1 to 5) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: There are seven students - A, B, C, D, E, F and G - in a class. Each of them has a different favourite subject - English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sociology and Philosophy. Each of the students secured different marks in the examination. C has secured second highest marks and neither English nor Mathematics is his favourite subject. E secured the least marks and neither Sociology nor Mathematics is his favourite subject. The favourite subject of D is Physics and he secured more marks than Band G but less than A. The favourite subject of B is Biology and his marks are more than the marks of E but less than the marks of G. The favourite subject of A is Philosophy. The student, whose favourite subject is Chemistry, got the highest marks.
  1. Chemistry is the favorite subject of
    1. A
    2. C
    3. F
    4. G
    5. None of these
  2. Which is the favorite subject of E ? 
    1. English
    2. Mathematics
    3. Biology
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  3. When all the seven students are arranged according to their marks in descending order, what is the position of A from the top ?
    1. Second
    2. Third
    3. Fourth
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  4. What is the favorite subject of G ?
    1. Mathematics
    2. Sociology
    3. Either Mathematics or Sociology
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  5. Who got the second least marks ?
    1. D
    2. G
    3. None of these
Solution

A has Philosophy, B has Biology and D has Physics as his favourite subject. 

Now, neither English nor Mathematics is C's favourite subject. 

Since C got the second highest marks, so his favourite subject cannot be Chemistry also. 

So, C's favourite subject is Sociology. 

E's favourite subject is neither Sociology nor Mathematics. Also, E got the least marks and so his favourite subject cannot be Chemistry. So, E's favourite subject is English. 

In terms of marks obtained, it is given that : D>B, D>G, A>D, B>E, G>B. 

Thus, we have: A>D>G>B> E. 

Clearly, G did not get the highest marks. So, F's favourite subject is Chemistry and G's favourite subject is Mathematics. 

Hence, F got the highest and C got the second highest marks. 

Thus, the order of marks obtained becomes : F>C>A>D>G>B>E. 

1. (3) : Chemistry is the favourite subject of F.

2. (1) : E's favourite subject is English. 

3. (2) : Clearly, in the descending order of marks obtained, A stood third. 

4. (1) : G's favourite subject is Mathematics. 

5. (5) : B got the second least marks .

4.SEQUENTIAL ORDER OF THINGS

In this type of questions, some clues are given regarding the order of occurrence of certain events. You are required to analyse the given information, frame the right sequence and then answer the questions accordingly .

Directions (Questions 1 to 5) : Study the following information and answer the questions given below

Seven specialist doctors P, Q, R, S, T, U and V visit a polyclinic on the four days - Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday - in a week. At least one doctor but not more than two doctors visits the polyclinic on each of these days. Each of them is specialist of different fields - ENT, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Neurologist, Ophthalmologist, Radiologist and Oncologist. S visits on Friday with Radiologist, Paediatrician does not visit on Saturday nor with T and V. Oncologist U visits alone on Tuesday. Q visits on Wednesday and he is not Paediatrician. R visits on Wednesday. V is not Radiologist. Paediatrician visits with ENT specialist. Neurologist visits on Friday. P is neither Orthopaedics nor Radiologist.
  1. What is the profession of S ?
    1. Ophthalmologist
    2. Paediatrics
    3. ENT
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None ofthese
  2. What is the specialty of P ? 
    1. Paediatrics 
    2. Ophthalmologist 
    3. ENT
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  3. On which of tho following days do the specialists in Orthopaedic and Ophthalmologist visit ? 
    1. Wednesday
    2. Friday
    3. Saturday
    4. Data inadequate
    5.  None of these
  4. On which day of the week does T visit ? 
    1. Wednesday
    2. Friday
    3. Saturday
    4. Wednesday or Saturday
    5. None of these
  5. 5.Who among them visits the polyclinic along with P ? 
    1. None
    2. T
    3. Either V or S
Solution
U is the Oncologist and he alone visits on Tuesday

Q and R visit on Wednesday. 

S and Radiologist visit on Friday. 

Since Neurologist visits on Friday and not more than two doctors visit on a single day, so S is the Neurologist. 

Since V is not the Radiologist, so V visits on Saturday. 

Now, Paediatrician does not visit on Saturday. So, either Q or R is the Paediatrician. 

Since Paediatrician visits with ENT specialist and Q is not the Paediatrician, so Q is the ENT specialist and R is the Paediatrician. 

Since P is neither Orthopaedic nor Radiologist, so P is the Ophthalmologist and visits on Saturday along with V. Thus, V is Orthopaedic and T is the Radiologist. 

Thus, we get the schedule of visits as under:

1. (5) ; S is the Neurologist 

2. (2) ; P is the Opthalmologist 

3. (3) ; The specialists in Orthopaedic and Ophthalmology visit on Saturday 

4. (4); T visits on Friday 

5. (4); V visits the polyclinic along with P.

5. FAMILY BASED

In this type of questions, clues are given regarding relationship among different members of a family, together with their professions, qualities etc. You are required to analyse the information carefully and answer the given questions accordingly. 

Directions (Questions 1 to 5) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : 

P, Q, R, S,T,V and W are seven members of a family belonging to three generations. There are two married couples, one each of first and second generations respectively. They travel in three different cars X, Y and Z so that no car has more than three members and there is at least one female in each car. R, who is a granddaughter, does not travel with her grandfather and grandmother. Q travels with his father T in car Y. V travels with her granddaughter S in car X. P travels with her daughter in car Z. 
  1. In which car three members are travelling ? 
    1. Either X or Y
    2. None of these
  2.  How is W related to P ? 
    1. Mother-in-law 
    2. Daughter 
    3. Sister 
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  3. How many female members are there in the family ? 
    1. Three
    2. Four 
    3. Five 
    4. Data inadequate 
    5. None of these
  4. How is S related to T ? 
    1. Granddaughter 
    2. Daughter
    3. Niece
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
  5. Which of the following is one of the married couples ? 
    1. QR
    2. QS
    3. ST
    4. Data inadequate
    5. None of these
Solution
R and S...are granddaughters. So, both belong to third generation and V is their grandmother. Since P has a daughter, so P is the wife in the second generation couple. 

Now, Q and T both are males and they travel in car Y. But each car should have at least one female. 

Now, Q is T's son. Let T belong to cecond generation. Then, T is P's husband and Q is the brother of R and S. 

Thus, W is the husband of V. So, the third member with Q and T in car Y, who must be female, cannot be P (who travels in car Z), V (who travels in car X), S (who travels in car X) or R (who travels with mother P in car Z). So, it must be W. But W is a male. This is a contradiction. 

So, T belongs to first and Q to second generation. So, T is the husband of V, Q is the son of T and V, and husband of P. W is female and hence daughter of Q and P. In this case, Q and T may have W or R with them in car Y. 

Since R doesn't travel with her grandfather (who is T), so Q and T travel with W in car Y. Thus, Q, T, W travel in car Y; P and R travel in car Z while V and S travel in car X. 

ANSWERS
1. (2) : Q, T and W travel in car Y.
2. (2) : W is the daughter of P.

3. (3) : The female members are V, P, W, Rand S.

4. (1) : S is V's granddaughter and T is V's husband. So, S is the granddaughter of T.

5. (5) : The married couples are TV and QP.

NOTE

Here a clear knowledge of relationships and terms is necessary to find a solution. The common blood relationships and its terms are given below : 
  • Brother's daughter- Niece
  • Brother's son - Nephew
  • Brother's wife - Sister-in-Law
  • Children of aunt - Cousin 
  • Children of maternal uncle - Cousin
  • Children of uncle - Cousin
  • Daughter's husband - Son-in-Law
  • Father's brother - Uncle
  • Father's father - Grandfather
  • Father's mother - Grandmother
  • Father's sister - Aunt
  • Grandfather's only son - Father
  • Grandfather's son - Father or Uncle
  • Grandmother's only son- Father
  • Grandmother's son - Father or Uncle
  • Grandson's or grand daughter's daughter - Great grand daughter
  • Husband of aunt - Uncle
  • Husband's or wife's sister - Sister-in-Law
  • Mother's brother Maternal uncle
  • Mother's father - Maternal grandfather
  • Mother's mother - Maternal grandmother
  • Mother's sister - Aunt
  • Mother's son - Brother
  • Father's son - Brother
  • Mother's daughter - Sister
  • Father's daughter - Sister
  • Mother's brother - Uncle
  • Father's brother - Uncle
  • Mother's sister - Aunt
  • Father's sister - Aunt
  • Son's wife - Daughter-in-Law
  • Daughter's husband - Son-in-Law
  • Husband's sister - Sister-in-Law
  • Wife's sister - Sister-in-Law
  • Husband's brother - Brother-in-Law
  • Wife's brother - Brother-in-Law
  • Brother's son - Nephew
  • Brother' daughter - Niece
  • Sister's husband - Brother-in-Law
  • Brother's wife - Sister-in-Law
  • Grandson's daughter - Great Grand Daughter
  • Granddaughter's daughter - Great Grand Daughter
  • Sister's husband - Brother-in-Law
  • Son's wife - Daughter-in-Law
  • Uncle or aunt's son or daughter - Cousin
  • Wife of maternal uncle - Maternal aunt 
  • Wife of uncle - Aunt
PRACTICE QUESTIONS
Directions (Q. 1-4) : Read the following information and answer the questions given below : 

i. P, Q, R, S and T finished the work, working from Monday to Saturday, one of the days being a holiday, each working overtime only on one of the days, 

ii. R and T did not work overtime on the first day. 

iii. Q worked overtime the next day after the holiday, 

iv. The overtime work done on the previous day of the holiday was by R. 

v. There was a two days' gap between the days on which P and Q worked overtime. 

vi. P worked overtime the next day of the overtime day of S.
  1. When did T work overtime ? 
    1. On the day previous of that on which S worked overtime
    2. On the next day of the day on which Q worked over- time
    3. Two days after the day on which S worked overtime 
    4. Cannot be determined
    5. None of these
  2. How many days' gap was there between the days on which P and T worked overtime ?
    1. Three
    2. Two
    3. One
    4. Cannot be determined
    5. None of these
  3. On what day did R work overtime ? 
    1. Monday 
    2. Tuesday
    3. Thursday
    4. Friday 
    5. None of these
  4. Which of the following is a correct statement ?
    1. P worked overtime, last among them. 
    2. P worked overtime earlier than S.
    3. The holiday was on Friday. 
    4. S worked overtime earlier than Q. 
    5. None of these
Directions (Q. 5-10) : Read the following passage carefully and answers the questions given below it. 

A group of seven friends, A, B, C, D, E, F and G work as Economist, Agriculture Officer, IT Officer, Terminal Operator, Clerk, Forex Officer and Research Analyst, for Banks L, M, N, P, Q, R and S, but not necessarily in the same order. C works for Bank N and is neither a Research Analyst nor a Clerk. E is an IT Officer and works for Bank R. A works as a Forex Officer and does not work for Bank L or Q. The one who is an Agriculture Officer works for Bank M. The one who works for Bank L works as a Terminal Operator. F works for Bank Q. G works for Bank P as a Research Analyst. D is not an Agriculture Officer.
5. Who amongst the following works as an Agriculture Officer ? 
  1. B
  2. F
  3. None of these
6. For which bank does D work ? 
  1. S
  2. None of these
7. What is the profession of C ? 
  1. Terminal Operator 
  2. Agriculture Officer
  3. Economist 
  4. Cannot be determined 
  5. None of these
8. Who amongst the following works as a Clerk ? 
  1. None of these
9. Which of the following combinations of person, profession and bank is correct ? 
  1. A - Forex Officer - M 
  2. D - Clerk - L
  3. F -Agriculture Officer - Q 
  4. B - Agriculture Officer - S 
  5. None of these
10. What is the profession of the person who works for Bank S ? 
  1. Clerk
  2. Agriculture Officer 
  3. Terminal Operator 
  4. Forex Officer 
  5. None of these
Directions: (Q. 11-15) : These questions are based on the following information. Study it carefully and answer the questions. 

Seven members L, H, K, T, F, J and R represent different countries in Olympics, viz, USA, China, Korea, France, Russia, Australia and Japan each one competes for a different sport, viz. Volleyball, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Tennis, Boxing, Athletics and Football. The order of persons, countries and games is not necessarily the same. 

K represents China for Archery. T represents USA but not for Volleyball or Rifle Shooting. The one who represents Japan competes for Boxing. F competes for Volleyball but not for Korea. L represents Australia for Athletics. The one who represents Russia competes for Tennis. J does not represent Korea or Japan. R competes for Rifle Shooting. 

11. Which of the following combinations is correct ? 
  1. J - Tennis - France 
  2. R- Tennis - Russia 
  3. R - Tennis - France 
  4. J - Tennis - Russia
  5. None of these
12. Who represents Japan ?
  1. R
  2. H
  3. None of these
13. F represents which country ? 
  1. France
  2. Russia 
  3. Japan 
  4. Korea
  5. None of these
14. The one who competes for Rifle Shooting, represents which country ? 
  1. France
  2. Korea 
  3. Japan 
  4. USA 
  5. None of these
15. For which game does T compete ? 
  1. Boxing 
  2. Football 
  3. Tennis 
  4. Cannot be determined 
  5. None of these
Directions (Q. 16-20) : Study the following information carefully to answer these questions

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are members of a sports club and have liking for different games, viz Carrom, Table Tennis, Badminton, Bridge, Hockey, Football and Lawn Tennis but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them has a liking for different musical instruments, viz Sitar, Guitar, Harmonium, Flute, Tabla, Banjo and Santoor, not necessarily in the same order, B likes Carrom and Banjo. E likes to play Bridge but not Harmonium or Tabla. The one who plays Hockey plays Sitar. F plays Guitar but not Table Tennis or Lawn Tennis. A plays Badminton and Flute. The one who plays Lawn Tennis does not play Tabla. C plays Harmonium and G plays Hockey. 

16. Who plays Santoor ?
  1. D
  2. A
  3. E
  4. D or E
  5. None of these
17. D plays which game ? 
  1. Table Tennis 
  2. Lawn Tennis
  3. Football
  4. Cannot be determined
  5. None of these
18. Which of the following combinations of game-person- musical instrument is definitely correct ? 
  1. Badminton - B - Flute 
  2. Table Tennis - E - Santoor
  3. Lawn Tennis - D - Tabla 
  4. Table Tennis - C - Tabla
  5. None of these
19. Who plays Football ? 
  1. None of these
20. Who plays Table Tennis ? 
  1. D
  2. Cannot be determined 
  3. None of these
Directions (Q. 21-25) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. 

P, Q, R, T, Wand Z are seven students studying in three different institutes - A, Band C. There are three girls among the seven students who study in each of the three institutes. Two of the seven students study BCA, two study medicine and one each studies Aviation Technology, Journalism and MBA. R studies in the same college as P, who studies MBA in college B. No girl studies Journalism or MBA. T studies BCA in college A and his brother. W studies Aviation Technology in college C. S studies Journalism in the same college as Q. Neither R nor Z studies BCA. The girl who studies BCA does not study in college C. 

21.Which of the following pairs of students study medicine ? 
  1. QZ
  2. WZ 
  3. PZ 
  4. SZ 
  5. None of these
22. In which college does Q study ?
  1. Data inadequate
  2. None of these 
23. In which of the colleges do three of them study ? 
  1. A
  2. B
  3. A and B 
  4. None of these
24. What is the field of study of Z ? 
  1. Aviation Technology 
  2. BCA 
  3. MBA 
  4. Medicine 
  5. None of these
25. Which of the following three represents girls ? 
  1. SQR
  2. QRZ
  3. SQZ 
  4. Data inadequate
  5. None of these
Directions (Q. 26-30) : Read the following passage carefully and answers the questions given below it. A group of friends having seven members A, B, C, D, E, F and G contains four men and three ladies. Each one of them has a different profession-stockbroker, lawyer, doctor, professor, engineer, businessman and banker-and each one has passed out of a different college-P, S, V, W, X, Y and Z, not necessarily in the same order. None of the ladies is a businessman or a stockbroker. C is a doctor and she has passed out from 'College X'. A is a `College Y' passout. B is not a professor. E is a banker and is a 'College S' passout. F is a stock broker and has not studied in 'College P' . G is a businessman and has studied in 'College V'. The professor is a 'College Z' passout. The lawyer has studied in 'College P'. None of the ladies has studied in 'College Y' or 'College S'.

26. What is the profession of D ? 
  1. Doctor 
  2. Stockbroker 
  3. Engineer 
  4. Professor 
  5. None of these
27. Who among the following is a lawyer ?
  1. A
  2. None of these
28. Which of the following groups represents ladies in the group of friends ? 
  1. A, B, C
  2. E,F,G
  3. B, C, D 
  4. B, E, G
  5. None of these
29. From which of the following colleges has the stockbroker passed out ?
  1. None of these
30. Which of the following combinations is correct ? 
  1. B-Doctor-Female 
  2. C-W-Male 
  3. A-Businessman-Y
  4. D-Professor-Male 
  5. None of these
Directions (Q. 31-35) : Study the following information and answer the questions given below it. Seven members H, I, J, K, L, M and N are working in different cities Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Delhi and Mumbai, not necessarily in the same order. Each one has a different mother tongue-Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi and Bangla, not necessarily in the same order: J works in Bangalore and his mother tongue is not Tamil or Marathi. K's mother tongue is Punjabi and he works in Ahmedabad. Land M do riot work in Chennai and none of them has Marathi mother tongue. I works in Hyderabad and his mother tongue is Telugu. The one who works in Delhi has Bangla mother tongue. N works in Mumbai and his mother tongue is Hindi. L does not work in Kolkata.
31.What is J's mother tongue ?
  1. Telugu 
  2. Hindi 
  3. Bangia 
  4. Kannada 
  5. None of these
32. Who works in Chennai ? 
  1. H
  2. L
  3. L or M
  4. None ofthese
33. Which of the following combinations is correct ?
  1. Marathi - I - Hyderabad 
  2. Tamil- M - Kolkata 
  3. Marathi - I - Chennai 
  4. Punjabi - K - Delhi 
  5. None of these
34. Who works in Delhi ? 
  1. L
  2. None of these
35. What is M's mother tongue ? 
  1. Bangia 
  2. Marathi 
  3. Telugu 
  4. Cannot be determined 
  5. None of these
Directions (Q.36-40): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. 

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven friends studying seven different branches of engineering, namely Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electronics, Civil, Computer and Aeronautical Engineering, not necessarily in this order. Each of them studies in three different colleges, X, Y and Z. Not less than two study in any college. D studies Electrical engineering in College X. The one who studies Chemical Engineering' does not study in college Z. F studies Aeronautical Engineering in college Y with only B, A does not study in college X and does not study Civil Engineering. E studies Computer Engineering and does not study in college X. G studies Electronics Engineering but not in college X. None in college X studies Mechanical or Civil Engineering.

36. Which of the following groups represents the persons studying in college Z ?
  1. D, B 
  2. C, E, G
  3. A, G 
  4. G,E,A 
  5. None of these
37. In which of the following colleges does C study ? 
  1. X
  2. Y
  3. Z
  4. Either X or Z
  5. Cannot be determined
38. Which ofthe following combinations correct ?
  1. A - Civil - Z
  2. B - Chemical - Y
  3. C - Chemical - Z
  4. G - Electronics - Y
  5. None of these
39. B studies which of the following branches of engineering ?
  1. Chemical
  2. Mechanical
  3. Civil
  4. Cannot be determined
  5. None of these
40. Who studies Chemical engineering ? 
  1. B
  2. C
  3. E
  4. A
  5. None of these
Directions (Q. 41-45) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : 
P, Q, R, S, T, V and Ware seven students of a college. Each of them has a favourite subject from Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology, History, Geography and Philosophy, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them also has a favourite sport from Football, Cricket, Hockey, Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis and Basketball, not necessarily in the same order. R likes Philosophy and his favourite sport is Hockey. The one who likes Football likes English. T's favourite sport is not Badminton or Table Tennis. V does not like either History or Biology. the one whose favourite sport is Basketball does not like Physics. W likes Chemistry and his favourite sport is Volleyball S likes Geography. Q's favourite sport is Badminton. V does not like English and his favourite sport is not Basketball. `P's favourite sport is Cricket. The one whose favourite sport is Badminton does not like Biology.

41. Which subject does P like ?
  1. History
  2. Biology  
  3. Chemistry
  4. Data inadequate  
  5. None of these
42. Who likes History ?
  1. P
  2. R
  3. Q
  4. V
  5. Data inadequate
43. What is Q's favourite sport ?
  1. Cricket
  2. Table Tennis
  3. Football
  4. Badminton
  5. None of these
44. Whose favourite sport is Basketball ?
  1. S
  2. W
  3. Q
  4. Data inadequate
  5. None of these
45. Which subject does T like ?
  1. Biology
  2. Physics
  3. Chemistry
  4. Data inadequate
  5. None of these
Directions (Q. 46-50) : Study the following information. carefully and answer the questions given below :

P, Q, R, S, T and M are six students of a school, one each studies in Class I-VI. Each of them has a favourite colour from red, black, blue, yellow, pink and green, not necessarily in the same order. Q likes black and does not study in Class IV or V. The one who studies in Class IV does not like green. P studies in Class II. M likes blue and does not study in Class IV. The one who likes yellow studies in Class VI. S likes pink and studies in Class I. R does not study in Class VI

46. In which class does R study ?
  1. V
  2. III
  3. IV
  4. Data inadequate
  5. None of these
47. Which colour does R like ?
  1. Black 
  2. Yellow 
  3. Green 
  4. Blue
  5. None of these
48. Which colour does P like ?
  1. Green 
  2. Yellow 
  3. Red
  4. Data inadequate
  5. None of these
49. Which of the following combinations is correct ? 
  1. P-II-Yellow 
  2. Q-III-Green
  3. S-I-Black
  4. T - V - Yellow
  5. None of these
50. In which class does M study ?
  1. IV
  2. III
  3. II
  4. V
  5. None of these
Answers :

1-5


Person
Overtime
S
Monday
P
Tuesday
R
Wednesday
Holiday
Thursday
Q
Friday
T
Saturday
5-10


Friend
Profession
Bank
A
Forex Officer
S
B
Agriculture Officer
M
C
Economist
N
D
Terminal Operator
L
E
IT Officer
R
F
Clerk
Q
G
Research Analyst
P

11-15


Member
Country
Sport
K
China
Archery
T
USA
Football
F
France
Volleyball
L
Australia
Athletics
J
Russia
Tennis
R
Korea
Rifle Shoot
H
 Japan
Boxing

16-20


Member
Sports
Instrument
A
Badminton
Flute
B
Carrom
Banjo
C
Lawn Tennis
Harmonium
D
Table Tennis
Tabla
E
Bridge
Santoor
F
Football
Guitar
G
Hockey
Sitar

21-25


Student
College
Subject
P(+)
B
MBA
Q(-)
A
BCA
R(-)
B
Medicine
S(+)
A
Journalism
T(+)
A
BCA
W(+)
C
Aviation
Z(-)
C
Medicine

26-30
Member
Profession
College
A(+)
Engineer
Y
B(-)
Lawayer
P
C(-)
Doctor
X
D(-)
Professor
Z
E(+)
Banker
S
F(+)
Stockbroker
W
G(+)
Businessman
V
 
31-35


Member
City
Mother Tongue
H
Chennai
Marathi
I
Hyderabad
Telugu
J
Bangalore
Kannada
K
Ahmedabad
Punjabi
I
Delhi
Bangla
M
Kolkata
Tamil
N
Mumbai
Hindi

36-40
Friend
College
Branch
A
Z
Mechanical
B
Y
Civil
C
X
Chemical
D
X
Electrical
E
Z
Computer
F
Y
Aeronautical
G
Z
Electronics
 
41-45


Student
Subject
Sport
P
Biology
Cricket
Q
History
Badminton
R
Philosophy
Hockey
S
Geography
Basketball
T
English
Football
V
Physics
Table Tennis
W
Chemistry
Volleyball

45-50

Student
Class
Colour
P
II
Green
Q
III
Black
R
IV
Red
S
I
Pink
T
VI
Yellow
M
V
Blue

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