# Reasoning (Seating Arrangement) Practice Test with Solutions - Based on Latest Pattern

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## Seating Arrangement (Reasoning) Practice Test

Directions (Q.No. 1-5) : Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

During the seminar week in a college, two seminars on each of the seven topics A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6 and A7 are to be given by different professors among - B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6 and B7 The seminars are to be arranged in seven days from Monday through Sunday. Two seminars are to be given on two different topics, in two sessions (morning and after-noon) on each day such that the seminar, on each topic is to be given twice in that week. Each professor should give the seminar in two different sessions, for example if a professor gave the seminar on Monday in the morning session, he cannot give the seminar in the morning session in any of the remaining days. Each professor gives his both the seminars in the same topics. The seminar on A2 cannot be on Monday but both the seminars on A2 are to be finished before the last seminar on A5. B2 gives seminar on A4 and B5 is the first as well as the last professor to give the seminar. The arrangement was made such that on two of the days only B1 and B6 give the seminar and B completes the session before B6. Between the seminars on A2, four seminars are to be given and between the seminars on A1, six seminars are arranged to be given. The seminar on A3 is arranged to be given on Friday in morning session and the seminar on A7 is arranged to be given on Sunday in morning session. On any three consecutive days, any professor can give at most one seminar. B3's seminar must be arranged on Wednesday afternoon and B3's seminar must be arranged on Thursday morning.
1. Who gave the seminar on Friday in morning session ?
1. B1
2. B2
3. B4
4. B5
5. B7
2. Who gave the seminar on A2 ?
1. B1
2. B7
3. B5
4. B4
5. B6
3. What is the total number of seminars given between the second seminar on A2 and the first seminar on A3 ?
1. 10
2. 6
3. 7
4. On which topic B3 gives his seminars ?
1. Al
2. A2
3. A5
4. A6
5. A7
5. Who gave the last seminar on the last day ?
1.  B1
2. B7
3. B4
4. B5
5. B6
Directions (Q.No. 6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Top six rankers of a class are A, B, C, D, E and F are not necessarily in the same order. They are standing in a row facing the North direction. Everyone likes a different subject Chemistry, Maths, Geography, English, History and Physics not necessarily in the same order. The arrangement is based on the following rules.
• The student who likes chemistry is 4th to the right of the student who likes history.
• The student who ranks 5th is second to the right of F.
• The student who likes Maths ranks 6th.
• The student who ranks 2nd is second to the right of the student who ranks 3rd.
• E is 3rd to the left of D.
• A is not ranked 4th.
• C is neither ranked 2nd nor 5th.
• The one who ranks 1st is 4th to the left of the one who likes Physics.
• B is a neighbour of the students who like geography and maths.
• The one who likes geography is to the left of the one who likes maths.
• The student who likes English ranks 3rd.
1. Which of the following is the correct combination of name and rank ?
1. C; 1st
2. E; 4th
3. B; 2nd
4. A; 5th
5. D; 6th
2. Which of the following group of students is seated at the two corners ?
1. C, E
2. E, B
3. C, A
4. A, D
5. Either 1 or 3
3. In which of the following group of students is the third student seated between the first and the second student ?
1. C E B
2. E B F
3. D A F
4. B D F
5. C B F
4. If all the students are rearranged alphabetically from right to left how many students remain at their original place ?
1. None
2. One
3. Two
4. Three
5. Four
5. Which of the following information is true about D ?
1. D is to the immediate right of A
2. D is to the immediate left of the person who likes Physics
3. D is seated at one of the corners
4. D ranks 5th
5. B and A are immediate neighbours of D

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