# Lattest Pattern Seating Arrangement Practice Test with Explanations

Hello guys, I am Shravan again. Today I am sharing the latest pattern Seating Arrangement practice questions with solutions, which were asked in recent bank exams. Happy Reading :)

Directions (Q. No. 1-5) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Praveen, Ravi, Raju, Suman, Tarun, Usha and Vishnu live in a seven storey building. Each one of them has a pet like Dog, Cat or Parrot. There are two cats, two parrots and three dogs in the building. The floors are numbered 1 to 7 bottom to top.

Ravi lives on floor number 5 and he does not have a cat. The person living on the lower most floor doesn't have a cat. Vishnu does not live below Praveen. Tarun owns neither a dog nor lives adjacent to the floors on which a dog lives. The person living on the topmost floor has a parrot. Both persons who have cats live immediately below the floors on which a person with a dog lives. Vishnu has a cat and Praveen has a dog. Raju has a dog and he does not live adjacent to a floor on which a person with a cat lives. Suman does not have a cat.

1. Who lives floor number 6 ?
1. Praveen
2. Ravi
3. Raju
4. Suman
5. Tarun
2. Who lives between the floors on which Ravi and Praveen are living ?
1. Usha
2. Vishnu
3. Raju
4. Suman
5. Tarun
3. Which of the following pair of persons own parrot ?
1. Suman, Usha
2. Suman, Vishnu
3. Tarun, Raju
4. Suman, Tarun
5. Tarun, Usha
4. Who lives on floor number 2 ?
1. Usha
2. Vishnu
3. Raju
4. Suman
5. Tarun
5. How many person (s) live between the floors on which Usha and Raju live ?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. None
5. Can't be determined
Directions (Q. No. 6 - 10) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

10 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, K and L are sitting in a straight line. Five of them facing south while the rest facing north.

E is sitting third to the right of F and G is sitting third to the left of C. Neither C nor E is sitting at any of the extreme ends. C is facing south while F is facing north. G is sitting third to the right of K and both of them are facing in the same direction. The persons sitting at the extreme ends are facing opposite directions. A is sitting third to the right of B. F is sitting between G and B. D is sitting between A and C. Both D and E are facing north. G is sitting to the immediate left of F. K is sitting second to the right of L and D is sitting second to the right of H.

6. Who is sitting third to the right of A ?
1. B
2. E
3. None of these
7. Four of them five are alike in a certain way. Find the odd one out.
1. C
8. How many persons are sitting between D and E ?
1. 5
2. Can't be determined
9. How many persons are sitting between C and B ?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
5. None of these
10. How many person(s) are sitting to the right of A ?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Can't be determined
5. None of these
Directions (Q. No. 11-15) : Study the following information care-fully and answer the questions given below.

Eight members of a family, Ramesh, Raghu, Hema, Latha, Suma, Rajesh, Sunitha and Madhu are sitting around a circular table. Some of them are facing inside while some are facing outside the center.

The couples are facing inside while the singles are facing outside. Suma is the only daughter in the family and is sitting second to the right of her nephew. Suma is the daughter of Hema, who is sitting second to the right of her husband. Raghu is sitting opposite to his father and facing outside. Sunitha is the sister-in-law of both Madhu and Suma and also she is not the immediate neighbor of Madhu or Suma. Latha is sitting between Hema and Sunitha and it is the only group of three females sitting together. Madhu is facing his mother Hema and Sunitha is facing her father-in-law Ramesh.

11. Who is sitting second to the right of Suma ?
1. Raghu
2. Hema
3. Rajesh
4. Latha
5. Sunitha
12. How many person (s) are sitting between Raghu and Madhu, when counted from the right side of Raghu ?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
5. More than four
13. How is Hema related to Raghu ?
1. Granddaughter
2. Grandmother
3. Son
4. Daughter
5. Can't be determined
14. How many male members are there in the family ?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Can't be determined
5. None of these
15. Who is sitting exactly between Rajesh and Latha ?
1. Ramesh
2. Hema
3. Sunitha
4. Suma
Directions (Q.No.16-20) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Ten friends Raman, Ratan, Ratna, Ratnesh, Ramesh, Rakesh, Rahul, Ravi, Roshan and Rajesh went for their physics viva one by one in a sequence. They went acco-rding to the assigned roll number 1-10 and they got marks 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19 and 20 not necessarily in the same order.

Only Rakesh got the same mark as his roll number. Rakesh and Raman together marks equal to Rajesh's marks. Not more than 2 persons scored marks more than Rajesh's marks. Difference between Ratna's marks and her roll number is equal to the marks scored by Ratan. Not more than 4 persons scored more than Ratan marks. Rahul scored the maximum marks. Ravi's roll number was 8. Roshan scored 7 marks. One who scored 9 marks had a roll number 5. One who scored 14 had roll number 4. Sum of Roshan's marks and his roll number is equal to Ramesh's marks. Ratan gave his viva before Roshan. Rahul gave his viva just after Raman. Ravi scored marks more than Ratan.

16. Who was the last person appeared for the viva ?
1. Raman
2. Rahul
3. Ratna
4. Ratnesh
5. Ramesh
17. What is the difference between Ramesh and Ramesh's marks ?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. 5
18. Ratan and Roshan together marks scored is equal to the marks scored by whom ?
1. Rahul
2. Ramesh
3. Ratna
4. Ravi
5. Rajesh
19. What is the roll number of Ratnesh ?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 4
4. 5
20. How many persons had a viva between Raman's and Ramesh's viva ?
1. None
2. One
3. Two
4. Three
5. More than three

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Q (6-10)
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