Reasoning Shortcut Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-129)

Shortcut Reasoning Tricks & Scoring Part Questions (Day-129):

Dear Readers, Nowadays most of the aspirants are facing huge trouble to increase the overall marks. To score high you need to practice more and more standard questions daily. “Practice does not make perfect, Only Perfect Practice makes perfect”.

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 20 Minutes. By practising these questions regularly you can increase you calculation speed and it will help you to increase you score.

Click Here for More Reasoning Scoring Part Questions

[WpProQuiz 835]

Click “Start Quiz” to attend these Questions and view Solutions

Direction (1-5): Study  the following information  to  answer the given  questions.

A group of eight friends – O, N, Q, P, M, R, T and S – are sitting in a straight line facing north. Each of them has different professions – Doctor, Banker, Businessman, Teacher, Lawyer, Engineer, Pilot and CA. Each of them likes different colours – Pink, Yellow, Red, Black, Blue, Orange, White and Green, but not necessarily in the same order.

  • O, who is a Lawyer, sits third to the left of R. Neither O nor R sits at the extreme ends of the line.
  • M, who likes Pink colour, is a Businessman. M is not an immediate neighbour of either O or R.
  • S is two places away from Q and likes Orange colour. Q, who is a Pilot, likes Red colour.
  • T, who is a Doctor, sits at an extreme end of the line and likes White colour.
  • N, who is a Teacher, likes Green colour and sits on the immediate left of O. O does not like either Blue or Yellow colour.
  • One who is a CA sits on the immediate left of the Doctor. R, who is a Banker, does not like Yellow colour.

 

 

  1. What is the profession of P?
  1. Lawyer
  2. Pilot
  3. Engineer
  4. CA
  5. None of these

 

  1. Who sits second to the left of Q?
  1. N
  2. O
  3. R
  4. S
  5. None of these

 

3.If ‘N’ is related to ‘Engineer’, ‘O’ is related to ‘Pilot’, ‘Q’ is related to which of the following?

  1. Doctor
  2. Lawyer
  3. CA
  4. Teacher
  5. None of these

 

4.Who sits at the extreme ends of the line?

  1. NT
  2. OP
  3. MS
  4. PR
  5. None of these

 

5.Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their position. Which one does not belong to the group?

  1. MN
  2. PQ
  3. ST
  4. PO
  5. QR

 

 

Direction (6-10): Study  the following information  to  answer the given  questions.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight sportspersons, each of them playing a different game, viz Cricket, Football, Golf, Hockey, Chess, Baseball, Badminton and Tennis (not necessarily in the same order). All of them are seated around a circular table facing the centre. A, who plays Golf, sits third to the left of E. The one who plays Baseball sits second to the right of D. D, who plays Badminton, sits second to the right of B, who cannot sit adjacent to E. C, who plays Football, sits between the players of Chess and Baseball. G is a Tennis player, and sits second to the left of H, who is a Cricketer.

 

  1. Who among the following pairs represent immediate neighbours of the Badminton player?
  1. GA
  2. AH
  3. BH
  4. AE
  5. None of these

 

  1. Which of the following is definitely true in the context of F?
  1. F sits second to the left of the Cricketer.
  2. F sits third to the right of A.
  3. F is a Hockey player.
  4. The one who plays Golf is not an immediate neighbour of F.
  5. None of these

 

  1. What is the position of B with respect to the Chess player?
  1. Fourth to the right
  2. Third to the left
  3. Second to the right
  4. Fourth to the left
  5. Second to the left

 

  1. How many persons are sitting between A and the one who plays Hockey, if counted clockwise from A?
  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. Four
  5. Six

 

  1. Which of the following games is played by the one who sits second to the left of the Baseball player?
  1. Chess
  2. Tennis
  3. Cricket
  4. Football
  5. None of these

 

Direction (11-15): Study  the following information  to  answer the given  questions.

One of the seven regional films—Punjabi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali and Bhojpuri— is shown on each day of a Film Festival, starting from Monday and ending on Sunday. Bengali film is shown on Thursday. Kannada film is shown on the day immediately after the day on which Marathi film is shown. Kannada film is shown neither on Tuesday nor on Saturday. Only one film is shown between Bengali and Tamil film. Two films are shown between Punjabi and Marathi film. Bhojpuri film is shown neither on Sunday nor on Monday.

 

  1. Telugu film is shown on which of the following days?
  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Thursday
  5. Friday

 

  1. How many films are shown between Tamil film and Marathi film?
  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. Four
  5. None of these

 

  1. Which of the following regional movies is shown on Saturday?
  1. Bhojpuri
  2. Tamil
  3. Punjabi
  4. Marathi
  5. None of these

 

 

  1. On which of the following days is Bhojpuri film shown?
  1. Tuesday
  2. Wednesday
  3. Thursday
  4. Friday
  5. Cannot be determined

 

  1. Which of the following regional movies is shown just before the Bengali film?
  1. Bhojpuri
  2. Punjabi
  3. Tamil
  4. Marathi
  5. Cannot be determined

Directions(Q. 16-20): In these questions a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. 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.

16.Statements: A ≥ B < C, D = C > E, F ≤ E

Conclusions:        I. A ≥ E              II. D > B

 

  1. Statements: K ≤ L = M, M ≥ N > O, P ≤ O = H

Conclusions:        I. L > O              II. N > P

 

  1. Statements: Z = Y ≥ X, O = X ≥ U, U = E

Conclusions:        I. Z ≥ U              II. Z ≥ O

 

  1. Statements: T ≤ P > C, C ≥ Q < R, R = B > A

Conclusions:        I. P > R               II. A < R

 

  1. Statements: I ≤ K > J, K = O > C ≤ P, O = B ≥ Z

Conclusions:        I. O ≥ I               II. B ≥ I

 

Click Here for More Reasoning Scoring Part Questions

0 0 votes
Rating
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments