Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-1)

    Crack IBPS Exam 2017 - Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-1)
    Crack IBPS Exam 2017 – Reasoning Ability Scoring Part (Day-1):
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    Here in Scoring Part we are providing 15 Questions in Puzzles, Sitting Arrangements, 5 Questions in (Inequality, Coding, Alphanumeric, and Syllogism), and total 20 questions in 17 Minutes. Bypractising these questions regularly you can increase you calculation speed and it will help you to increase you score.



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    Directions (1-5): Read the information carefully and answer the given questions.
    Eight Friends — Romil, Rakesh, Mukesh, Rohit, Rahul, Anupam, Neeraj and Anil — are seated around a circular table, but not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing the centre and the others are facing outward. They belong to eight different cities — Bhopal, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi, Gwalior, Ranchi, Chennai and Rajkot but not necessarily in the same order. Anupam faces the centre and sits third to the right of Rakesh. Rohit belongs to Kolkata and faces the person who belongs to Ranchi. Neeraj sits third to the right of Mukesh, who lives in Bhopal. The persons who belong to Delhi and Gwalior are facing the same direction (inward or outward). Rahul is sitting between the person who belongs to Kolkata and the one from Rajkot respectively. Romil belongs to Gwalior and Rakesh belongs to Patna. The person who belongs to Chennai is facing outward and is the immediate neighbour of the person who belongs to Rajkot. Anil is the immediate neighbour of the ones who belong to Gwalior and Chennai. Rahul is on the immediate left of Rohit. Anil sits third to the right of Rahul.


    1. What is the position of Mukesh with respect to the one who belongs to Delhi?

    Third to the left
    Third to the right
    Fourth to the left
    Second to the right
    None of these

    1). (Direction:1-5)


    Answer: A)

    2. Which of the following statements is not true?

    Mukesh faces outward
    Rohit belongs to Kolkata
    Anil is the on immediate neighbour ofNeeraj and Romil
    Anupam sits second to the left of Rohit.
    None of these
    2). Answer is: A)

    3. Who among the following sits second to the right of Neeraj?

    The one who belongs to Ranchi
    The one who belongs to Bhopal
    The one who belongs to Gwalior
    Mukesh
    Rahul
    3). Answer is: C)

    4. How many persons sit between Rahul and the one who belongs to Bhopal if counted ACW from Rahul?

    Three
    Two
    Four
    One
    More than four
    4). Answer is: B)

    5. Which of the following statements is true with respect to Rohit?

    Rohit belongs to Patna
    Rohit faces outward
    The immediate neighbours of Rohit face outward
    Rohit belongs to Ranchi
    None of these
    5). Answer is: C)

    Directions (6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions.Nine persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W and X live in a building but not necessarily in the same order. There are nine floors in that building and only one person lives on each floor. Each of them has a different vehicle — WagonR, Alto, Hyundai, Corola, Fiat, Maruti, Santro, i20 and i10 but not necessarily in the same order. The ground floor is numbered 1 and the floor above it is numbered 2 and so on. The topmost floor is number 9. W has Corola and he lives on an even-numbered floor. P lives on an even-numbered floor that is below the floor on which W lives. The person who has i20 lives on the fourth floor. T lives on the 2nd floor and has Hyundai. The person having i10 lives on the 3rd floor. P doesn't have Maruti car. There are two floors between the floors on which the persons having Santro and Corola live. R has Alto. There are three floors between R and V. S lives on the floor immediately above the floor on which X lives. There is one floor between the floors on which U and V live. U doesn't have i10. The person having WagonR lives on the topmost floor. U doesn't live on the ground floor.
    6. Which of the following statements is true based on the given information?

    Q lives immediately below the floor on which W lives
    X lives immediately above the floor on which P lives
    U lives on the 8th floor
    S has i20 car
    None of these
    6). Directions (6-10):

    Person
    Floor
    vehicle
    Q
    9
    Wagonr
    W
    8
    Corola
    U
    7
    Maruti
    P
    6
    Fiat
    V
    5
    Santro
    S
    4
    i20
    X
    3
    i10
    T
    2
    Hyundai
    R
    1
    Alto

    Answer is: D)

    7. On which of the following floors does V live?

    3rd floor
    9th floor
    5th floor
    6th floor
    None of these
    7). Answer is: C)

    8. P has which of the following cars?

    Santro
    Alto
    Hyundai
    Fiat
    i10
    8). Answer is: D)

    9. Which ofthe following statements is false with respect to X?

    X lives on the 3rd floor.
    X lives immediate above T.
    X lives between S and T.
    All the above statements are false
    None of these
    9). Answer is: E)

    10.Which of the following groups is different from others based on their seating positions in the above arrangement?

    X,R
    S, P
    W,P
    V, T
    None of these
    10). Answer is: D)

    Directions (11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
    Raju, Jyoti, Mohan, Roshan, Kiran, Kamal and Tony organize seminars in seven different schools, viz A, B, C, D, E, F and G on different days of the week from Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Jyoti organizes the seminar in school D on Wednesday. Kiran doesn't organize seminar in school A or C but organizes on the next day on which Roshan organizes the seminar in school F. Tony organizes the seminar in school E on Friday. Kamal organizes the seminar on Monday but not in school C or G Mohan organizes the seminar in school A but not on Tuesday. Raju does not organize the seminar in school G.
    11. Which of the following combinations is true?

    Roshan — Tuesday — C
    Kiran — Wednesday— E
    Kamal — Monday — B
    Tony — Thursday — G
    None of these

    11). Directions (11-15):

    Person
    Day
    School
    Raju
    Tuesday
    C
    Jyoti
    Wednesday
    D
    Mohan
    Thursday
    A
    Roshan
    Saturday
    F
    Kiran
    Sunday
    G
    Kamal
    Monday
    B
    Tony
    Friday
    E

    Answer: C)

    12. Who among the following organizes the seminar on Saturday?

    Kiran
    Roshan
    Raju
    Jyoti
    None of these
    12). Answer is: B)

    13. Who among the following organizes the seminar in school C and on which day?

    Roshan, Saturday
    Raju, Tuesday
    Kamal, Monday
    Mohan, Thursday
    None of these
    13). Answer is: B)


    14. On which of the following days does Kiran organize the seminar?

    Saturday
    Tuesday
    Sunday
    Can't be determined
    None of these
    14). Answer is: C)

    15. Mohan organizes the seminar on which of the following days?

    Sunday
    Saturday
    Tuesday
    Thursday
    None of these
    15). Answer is: D)

    Directions: (16-20): In the following questions the symbol @, ©, $, % and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below:`A @ B' means 'A is not greater than B'.
    `A # B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor equal to B'.
    `A % B' means 'A is not smaller than B'.
    `A © B' means 'A is neither greater than nor equal to B'.
    `A $ B' means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
    Now, in each of the following question assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true and give your answer.
    16. Statement:P © Q, R % S, Q @ R, S % T
    Conclusions:I) P ©SII) P@T

    Only conclusion I is true.
    Either conclusion I or II is true
    Only conclusion II is true.
    Both conclusion I and II are true.
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
    16). Directions (16-20):


    Answer is: E)

    17. Statements: A© B, P % S, B $ S, P # W
    Conclusions: I.A%W II) B@P

    Only conclusion I is true.
    Only conclusion II is true.
    Either conclusion I or II is true.
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
    Both conclusion I and II are true.
    17). Answer is: B)

    18. Statements:E@ F, C % D, F$C, D # J
    Conclusions: I) F # J II) E@J

    Only conclusion I is true.
    Only conclusion II is true.
    Either conclusion I or H is true.
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
    Both conclusion I and II are true.
    18). Answer is: A)

    19. Statements: L@ M, O % P, M $ P, O# Z
    Conclusions: I) L # Z II) Z % L,

    Only conclusion I is true.
    Only conclusion II is true.
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
    Either conclusion I or II is true.
    Both conclusion I and II are true.
    19). Answer is: D)

    20.Statements: A@ R, R# S, Q %A, T © S
    Conclusions: I) T© D II)Q # S

    Only conclusion II is true.
    Neither conclusion I nor II is true.
    Only conclusion I is true.
    Either conclusion I or II is true.
    Both conclusion 1 and II are true.
    20). Answer is: B)

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