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June 20, 2017

Reasoning Practice Test for IBPS PO VII and Clerks VII

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Reasoning Practice Test for IBPS Bank Exams 2017

Directions (Q.No. 1 - 6) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting around a circular table, facing the centre. Each of them is from different place namely Tirupati, Cochin, Jamshedpur, Madurai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai, but not necessarily in the same order. Q is sitting second to the left of U. The person from Mumbai is an immediate neighbour of U. Only one person sits between the person who is from Madurai and P. The per-son from Cochin is on the immediate right of the person who is from Madurai. W is second to the right of U. S is from Mumbai. R and T are immediate neighbours. Neither R nor T is from Madurai. The person from Hyderabad is on the immediate left of Q. The person from Chennai is second to the right of person who is from Cochin. The person from Bengaluru is an immediate neighbour of the person who is from Madurai. R is second to the right of the person who is from Tirupati. 

1. Who is second to the right of P ?
  1. Q
2. Who among the following is from Bengaluru ? 
3. What is the position of V with respect to the person who is from Mumbai ? 
  1. Third to the left 
  2. Second to the right 
  3. Second to the left 
  4. Third to the right 
  5. Immediate right 
4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group ?
  1. Tirupati - S
  2. Jamshedpur - W
  3. Madurai - T
  4. Hyderabad - V 
  5. Chennai - U 
5. Which of the following person is from Tirupati ? 
6. Which of the following statements is true according to the given arrangement ?
  1. The person from Chennai is sitting second to the left of the person who is from Jamshedpur 
  2. P is an immediate neighbour of the person who is from Hyderabad 
  3. S sits exactly between Q and R 
  4. Only four people sit between W and Q 
  5. All of the given statements are true
Directions (Q.No. 7 - 11) : Study 10. the given information carefully to answer the questions given below. 

Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F and G are from seven different countries, viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U and V, but not necessary in the same order, like different sports, viz Cricket, Basket-ball, Badminton, Snooker, Hockey, Tennis and Golf. 

The one who likes Badminton does not belong to country S. B is from country R and does not like Snooker. The one who is from country S likes Cricket. The one who is from country Q performs neither Sn-ooker nor Hockey. A is from country V. E is from P and likes Tennis. C likes Golf but he is neither from U nor from T. D likes Basketball and G likes Badminton. 

7. Who likes Snooker ? 
  1. G
  2. E
  3. A
8. Which of the following combination is true ? 
  1. P - Basketball 
  2. T - Hockey 
  3. U - Badminton 
  4. U - Tennis 
  5. Other than given options 
9. B likes which of the following sport ? 
  1. Snooker 
  2. Cricket 
  3. Hockey 
  4. Tennis 
  5. Golf 
10. Who is from country Q ? 
11. F is from which country ? 
  1. S
  2. Cannot be determined.
Directions(Q.No. 12-16) : Read the questions carefully and answer them. 

In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement (s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. 

Give answer : 
  • 1) If only conclusion (I) is true 
  • 2) If only conclusion (II) is true 
  • 3) If either conclusion (I) or (II) is true 
  • 4) If neither conclusion (I) nor (II) is true 
  • 5) If both conclusions (I) and (II) are true 
12. Statements :

B=D, P=A, P<=L

Conclusion :
I) A > D
II) L > B

13. Statements :

B>Z, M<=T<=Q, Z
Conclusions :
I) Q > B
II) Z > T

14. Statements :

C >=D > L, D = N < A, C < B

Conclusions :

I) B = A
II) N < = C

15. Statements :

A > B = X, X > = Q, C < =Q

Conclusions :

I) M > A
II) M < = A

Directions (Q.No. 17 - 21) : Study the information carefully and answer the following questions. 

In a certain code language.. 

a) "WEALTH LEADS TO PEACE" is written as "V3KH3OLOGS4D" 

b) "HEALTH SHOULD BE MAINTAINED" is written as, "W8NW4HVOYS4S" 

c) "PEACE IS FINAL OUTCOME" is written as, "E5LHORO3UV3K" 

d) "GOOD HEALTH SHOULD RESULTS" is written as, "H5IS4SW4HW2T" 

17. What is the code for "HEALTH" in the given code language ? 
  1. W4H 
  2. W2T 
  3. H5I 
  4. S4S
  5. None of these 
18. What is the code for "SHOULD" in the given code language ?
  1. S4S 
  2. VOY 
  3. W4H 
  4. W8N 
  5. None of these
19. What is the code for "PEACE" in the given code language ?
  1. V3K 
  2. HOR
  3. 03U 
  4. V5L 
  5. None of these 
20. What is the code for "RESULTS" in the given code language ?
  1. W4H 
  2. W2T 
  3. H5I 
  4. S4S 
  5. None of these 
21. What is the code for "BE" in the given code language ?
  1. EOB 
  2. V4Y 
  3. V2Y 
  4. V1Y 
  5. V0Y
Solutions :

(1-6)
1. 2
2. 4
3. 2
4. 3
5. 1
6. 1

(7-11)
7. 4
8. 3
9. 3
10. 2
11. 4

12)

A > B > = D

Hence, A > D. Conclusion (I) is true.

L > = P = A > B

Hence, L > B. Conclusion (II) is also true. So answer is option 5.

13)

Q > = T > M > Z < B. Hence, Q and B cannot be compared. Conclusion (I) is not true.

T > = M > Z. Hence, T > Z. So, conclusion (II) is not true. So answer is option 4. 

14) B > C >= D = N < A.

As B and A cannot be compared, conclusion (I) is not true. 

C > = D = N. Hence, C >=N. So, conclusion (II) is true. Ans. 2

15) B = X >=Q >=C. Hence, B > = C, which means B > C or B = C. Either (I) or (II) is true. Ans. 3

16) M > S >=O = N < A.

As contradictory symbols (><) are there between the terms B and A, they cannot be compared. But, Either (I) or (II) follow.  Ans. 3

(17-21)

Each word is coded as follows :
  1. The first letter and the last letter of each word are coded in such a way that the first thirteen letters in the English alphabet are coded with the last thirteen letters of the English alphabet in the reverse order as follows, and the letters are interchanged. 
  2. The digit in the code language corresponds to the number of the letters of the given word after subtracting '2'.
For example, the word WEALTH is coded as S4D

W (FIRST LETTER) is coded as D
H (LAST LETTER) is coded as S

Digit in the code language = Number of Letters - 2 (6-2=4)

and PEACE is coded as V3K

P (FIRST LETTER) is coded as K

E (LAST LETTER) is coded as V

Digit in the code language = Number of letters - 2(5-2 = 3)

17.  4
18.  3
19.  1
20.  3
21.  5 

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