A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four

corners of the square while fore sit in the middle of each of the four sides. The ones who sit at the four
corners face the centre while those who sit in the middle of the sides face outside. Two females sit in
the middle of the sides and two at the corners. A sits second to the left of G. G sits in the middle of
one of the sides. C sits fourth to the right of his wife and his wife is not an immediate neighbour of A
or G. B sits third to right of her husband. B does not sit at any of the corners. Only D sits between B
and H. H is husband of A. E is a male.
1. Which of the following is true with respect to given seating arrangement?
a) No two males are immediate neighbours of each other.
b) G and H face each other in the seating arrangement.
c) A sits in the centre of one of the sides of the square table.
d) F is a male and sits diagonally opposite to E.
e) E and D are immediate neighbours of each other.
2. Who amongst the following is B’s husband?
a) C
b) G
c) F
d) E
e) Cannot be determined
3. How many people sit between B and C when counted in anti- clock wise direction from B ?
a) None
b) One
c) Two
d) Three
e) Four
4. Who amongst the following is the wife of C?
a) D
b) F
c) B
d) G
e) Cannot be determined
5. What is the position of E with respect to C?
a) Immediately to the right
b) Second to the left
c) Third to the right
d) Immediately to the left
e) Second to the right

Answers:

1. C
2. D
3. C
4. A
5. E

There are seven persons P, Q, R, S, T, U and V sitting around a circular table. Three of them are
facing inside while the rest are facing outside. They work in the different companies, viz A, B, C, D, E,
F and G, but not necessarily in the same order.
S sits between R and the person who is facing inside and he is to the right of the latter. V works in
Company F and sits second to the left of T, who works in Company A. P is fourth to the right of Q and
both are facing the same direction. The one who works in Company D is the neighbour of both T and
V. S does not work in Company G. The persons who are facing inside on the immediate right of the
persons who are facing outside. U and Q are facing inside. The person who, works in Company B sits
on the immediate right of the one who works in Company A. The person who works in Company C
sits on the immediate left of V.
1. Who among the following is facing inside?
1) T
2) V
3) R
4) P
5) None of these
2. Who among the following is on the immediate right of U?
1) P
2) V
3) R
4) Q
5) None of these
3. If S and Q interchange their positions, who among the following will be second to the left of the one,
who works in Company F?
1) Q
2) R
3) T
4) U
5) None of these

4. S works in which of the following companies?
1) G
2) E
3) C
4) Can't be determined
5) None of these
5. R works in which of the following companies?
1) A
2) C
3) E
4) G
5) D
6. How many persons are there between T and P when counted from T in clockwise direction?
1) Three
2) Two
3) Four
4) Five
5) None of these
7. A man walked 30m towards south, took a left turn and walked 20m. Then he took a right turn and
walked 27m. Again he took a right turn and walked 20m. How far is the man from the starting point?
1) 50m
2) 57m
3) 35m
4) 40m
5) None of these
8. In a certain code language THRIVES is written as VJTFXBU. How is SOULFUL written in that code
language?
1) ULRNHRN
2) U'RLNHRN
3) URXNFIRN
4)NRHNRLU
5) None of these
9. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word TEMPORAL each of which has as many
letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
10. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word CEREMONY each of which has as many
letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?
1) Two
2) Three
3) Four
4) More than four
5) None of these

Answers with Explanation:
1.

4

2.

2

3.

1

4.

2

5.

4

6.

1

7.

2

8.

1

9.

5

10.

2

Eight members of a club are sitting around a circular table, viz Z, Y, X, W, V, U, T and S, but not
necessarily in the same order. Four of them are not facing the centre. W is facing the center and is
third to the right of Z, who is third to the right of U, who is facing the center. X-is fourth to the left of T,
S is third to the right of V, who is not a neighbour of T. V sits second to the right of X. Y is on the
immediate right of T.
1) What is S's position with respect to Y?
a) 2nd to the left.
b) 3rd to the left.
c) 2nd to the right.
d) Either (a) or (c).
e) None.
2) Who is second to the left of V?
a) W
b) X
c) Y
d) T
e) None of these
3) Which of the following pairs are neighbours ofT?
a) W, Y
b) U, S
c) Z, W

d) Can't be determined
e) None of these
4) Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does
not belong to that group?
a) W
b) Y
c) V
d) Z
e) U
5) Which of the following statements is/are true?
a) Z is not facing the center.
b) Y is second to the right of W.
c) T is facing the center.
d) Both (a) and (b) are true.
e) None of these.
Directions: In the following questions, the symbols $,@,%, © and # are used with the following
meanings as illustrated below:
'P©Q' means 'P' is greater than 'Q'.
'P%Q' means 'P' is smaller than 'Q'.
'P@Q' means 'P' is either greater than or equal 'Q'.
'P$Q' means 'P' is either smaller than or equal to 'Q'.
'P#Q' means 'P' is equal to 'Q'.
A) If only conclusion I is true.
B) If only conclusion II is true.
C) If either conclusion I or II is true.
D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true.
E) If both conclusions I and II are true
6) Statements: M @ R, R ©F, F#L
Conclusions: I. R@L II.M@L
7) Statements: T $ J, J @ V, V # W
Conclusions: I. T©W II. W@T
8) Statements: J @ D, D$ L, L#N
Conclusions: I. J # L II. J $ L
9) Statements: R $ M, M%H,H$F
Conclusions: I. R % F II. M$F
10) Statements: K $ H, H % I, I © F
Conclusions: I. K $ I II.H % F
Answers:
1) C
2) D
3) A
4) B
5) E
6) D
7) C
8) D
9) A
10) D
Explanation:(1-5)

M. As K< I. What is position of M with respect to L? a) Third to the right b) M and L sit diagonally opposite to each other c) Second to the right d) Second to the left e) Fifth to the right 2. S faces the centre. Q. R>L. P sits third to the right of S. Hence. Q b) K. R< F. Q sits third to the left of M. S and T are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners of the square while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. T faces the centre. the Conclusion II is not true. conclusion II is not true K. H and F can't be compared. 8) (D) J ≥ D ≤ L = N Both the conclusions are not true 9) (A) R ≤ M < H ≤ F. Hence. So. Hence. 10) (D) K ≤ H < I > F. L c) M. P . P. K is not an immediate neighbour of R. conclusion I is not true. R is not an immediate neighbour of M. conclusion I is not true. L. Even. 1. Which of the following pairs represents the persons seated in the middle of the sides who face each other? a) S. R. Only one person sits between Q and R. Conclusion I is true.(6-7) 6) (D) M ≥ R>F=L. As M< F conclusion II is not true. M does not sit in the middle of the sides. 7) (C) T ≤ J ≥ V= W Either I or II follows. Who sits exactly between Q and R? a) T b) P c) K d) M e) S and K 3. The ones who sit at the four corners face outside while those who sit in the middle of the sides face the centre of the table.

S and T 5. Who among the following sit between R and K when counted in anti-clockwise direction from K? a) No one sits between R and K as R and K are immediate neighbours of each other b) S. who would sit to his immediate right? a) R b) Q c) P d) T e) S 6.d) R. If K is made to face the opposite direction. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. T e) T. P and L c) P and Q d) L and R e) M. Q 4. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? a) L b) M c) K d) P e) R Answers: 1) D 2) B 3) E 4) C 5) B 6) E Explanation: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below .

A 3. Which date was a ‘No play ‘day? a) 26th b) 28th c) 29th d) Cannot be determined e) None of these 4. Which day was play Z organized? a) Tuesday b) Monday c) Wednesday d) Cannot be determined e) None of these 3. B 4. d) First play was organized on the 25th. ‘No play’ day is not Monday or Sunday. 1. e) Play B was held on Friday.  All the six plays were held in the same month. D 5. Six plays are to be organized from Monday to Sunday. E 2. b) Play Z is held after play B. Which day was play Q organized? a) Friday b) Wednesday c) Saturday d) Cannot be determined e) None of these Answers: 1. C Explanation: Date 25 26 Day Monday Tuesday Play A Z .  The plays are held in sets of 3 plays each in such a way that 3 plays are held without any break.  Play B was not held immediately after play A (but was held after A. Which play was organized on Monday? a) Z b) M c) Q d) Cannot be determined e) None of these 2. Which of the following is true? a) Play B is held immediately before play M. ie 3 plays are held in such a way that there is no ‘No play' day between them but immediately before this set or immediately after this set it is ‘No Play’ day. c) There was a gap after 2 plays and then 4 plays were organized.one play each day with one day when there is no play.  Play Z was held on 26th and play X was held on 31st of the same month. 5. not necessarily immediately) and play M was held immediately before Q.

the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. 3) if either conclusion I or II follows 4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows. Which of the following is second from the right end of Step II? 1) 31 2) same 3) who 4) 16 5) None of these 3. Which of the following is Step III? 1) D 2) C 3) E 4) A 5) B 2. Which of the following is last but one? 1) B 2) F 3) A 4) D 5) C 4. (A) 14 15 16 21 immediate circular 31 who same before exactly (B) 14 15 16 21 31 who same before exactly circular immediate (C) 14 exactly immediate 21 before 15 circular 16 31 same who (D) 14 15 16 exactly immediate 21 circular 31 who same before (E) 14 15 exactly immediate 21 before circular 16 31 who same (F) 14 15 16 21 31 immediate who same before exactly circular 1.27 28 29 30 31 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday B No play day M Q X Directions (1-5): Following are steps of an input. Rearrange them and answer the questions. 2) if only conclusion II follows. . Mark answer 1) if only conclusion I follows. Which of the following numbers/words is third to the right of seventh from the left in Step V? 1) before 2) exactly 3) circular 4) 31 5) None of these Directions (6-10): In the questions given below. What is the position of '31' in Step IV? 1) 7th from the right 2) 5th from the right 3) 5th from the left 4) 6th from the left 5) None of these 5. These statements are followed by two conclusions.

D. Statements: A ≥ B ≥ C > D > E. who works in Company A. V works in Company F and sits second to the left of T. Statements: D = E ≤ F. Statements: M ≤ N < O. J < L II. works in Company B sits on the immediate right of the one who works in Company A. 2 4. R. Q > I. S sits between R and the person who is facing inside and he is to the right of the latter. Statements: P = Q < L ≤ M. Three of them are facing inside while the rest are facing outside. A > N II. M > I 10. The person who works in Company C . F and G. They work in the different companies. G ≥ H > E Conclusions: I. P is fourth to the right of Q and both are facing the same direction. viz A. C. 3 3. P > M 8. There are seven persons P. Q < O II. U and V sitting around a circular table. T. B. C ≥ F = G. F < H II. 5 Directions (1-6): Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions. D > M ≥ N Conclusions: I. P > N > Q Conclusions: I. Statement: J < K ≤ Q = L > M Conclusions: I. 1 2. but not necessarily in the same order. 2 10. 2 7. B ≥ G Answers: 1. L > H Conclusions: I. The one who works in Company D is the neighbour of both T and V. Q. 2 5. 1 9.5) if both conclusions I and II follow. The person who. 5 8. 6. U and Q are facing inside. E. K > M 9. P > H II. The persons who are facing inside on the immediate right of the persons who are facing outside. S does not work in Company G. S. 2 6. G > D 7.

How many persons are there between T and P when counted from T in clockwise direction? 1) Three 2) Two 3) Four 4) Five 5) None of these 7. How far is the man from the starting point? 1) 50m 2) 57m 3) 35m 4) 40m 5) None of these 8. R works in which of the following companies? 1) A 2) C 3) E 4) G 5) D 6. took a left turn and walked 20m. If S and Q interchange their positions. S works in which of the following companies? 1) G 2) E 3) C 4) Can't be determined 5) None of these 5. who among the following will be second to the left of the one. In a certain code language THRIVES is written as VJTFXBU. Then he took a right turn and walked 27m. Who among the following is facing inside? 1) T 2) V 3) R 4) P 5) None of these 2. 1.sits on the immediate left of V. Again he took a right turn and walked 20m. who works in Company F? 1) Q 2) R 3) T 4) U 5) None of these 4. A man walked 30m towards south. How is SOULFUL written in that code language? 1) ULRNHRN 2) U'RLNHRN 3) URXNFIRN 4)NRHNRLU 5) None of these . Who among the following is on the immediate right of U? 1) P 2) V 3) R 4) Q 5) None of these 3.

How many such pairs of letters are there in the word CEREMONY each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet? 1) Two 2) Three 3) Four 4) More than four 5) None of these Answers with Explanation: 1.9. 2 5. 1 4. 2 3. 4 2. 2 8. 2 . 1 9. 4 6. 1 7. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word TEMPORAL each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) More than three 10. 5 10.

who is on the immediate left of B? I. H. while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. C. Which of the following projects will be completed on Monday? 1) H 2) G 3) F 4) J 5) None of these 4. The leave day will not be the second or the fourth day. G and H. B is second to the left of C and fourth to the right of H. 6. II. I and J are to be completed. There will be a gap of two days between the days on which project I and G will be completed. How many days' gap will be there between the days on which Project J and G will be completed? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) None of these 3. On which day will Project I be completed? 1) Monday 2) Thursday 3) Friday 4) Saturday 5) None of these 5. eight friends seated in a circle. 1. G. 2) Project G will be completed immediately after leave day. Among A. E. while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. On which date was Poorna born in the month of September? . Project G and I will not be completed on the first day. Which of the following statements is/are true? 1) There is two days' gap between J and I. Read both the statements and give answer 1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question. 5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question. 7.Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Five projects F. 3) Leave day will be between I and H. On which day will Project H be completed? 1) Tuesday 2) Thursday 3) Friday 4) Can't be determined 5) None of these 2. 2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. F. D. 3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. F is second to the right of A and third to the left of C. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. each project on each day. 4) if the data in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question. B. Project F will be completed immediately before J and project G will be completed before I. Project H will be completed immediately before the leave day. There will be one leave day denoted by L. from Monday to Saturday of the same week. 4) All are true 5) None of these Directions (6-10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered l and II given below it.

C is sister-in-law of E. S. S's son sits second to the right of U. 5 10. 5 7. Q sits second to the left of W's wife and has two children. R. Answers: 1. Among J. T is the son of S. but not necessarily in the same order. II. mother of Y. L. Q. Her mother correctly remembers that she was born after 22 September and before 26 September. 3 4. K is taller than M and L. 8. U is not . Q. 3 6. If they are arranged in ascending order of their heights from left to right then M is second from the left. II. A is father of B and B is father of D. U. V and W are sitting in a row facing north. U is the brother of V. 4 5. P. who sits second to the right of W. 1 9. 4 8. 1 3. No male is an immediate neighbour of Q. K.I. 9. 4 P. 10. Her father correctly remembers that she was born after 21 September and before 25 September. who is brother of B. who is daughter of C. M and N. How many brothers does Y have? I. J is shorter than only N. has only one granddaughter. who is the shortest? I. II. 2 2. has only three children. How is B related to C? I. T. II. grandmother of Y.

4. Only one person sits between W and V. What is the code for ‘life’ in the given code language? a) ol b) dn c) ly d) ai . Which of the following is true with respect to the given information? a) R is the cousin of T. V is not an immediate neighbour of T. e) Q is the father of W. What is the position of P with respect to her father-in-law? a) Immediate left b) Third to the right c) Third to the left d) Second to the right e) Fourth to the left 2. What does the code ‘dn’ stand for in the given code language ? a) goal b) a c) and d) happy e) healthy 7. b) W and W's wife are immediate neighbours of each other c) No male is an immediate neighbour of R. Q sits on the extreme left end. d) W sits third to the left of his son. 1. Only one person sits between P and U. Who is the grandfather of R? a) T b) Q c) V d) R e) None of these Directions (6-10): Study the information and answer the given question: In a certain code language ‘towards a healthy life’ is written as ‘nk jw ly bl’ ‘good life goal always’ is written as ‘ly ai dg ol’ ‘healthy and happy always’ is written as ‘ht ai dn bl’ ‘exercise and healthy goal’ is written as ‘bl xt dn ol’ (All the codes are two letter codes only) 6. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? a) U b) R c) T d) W e) V 3. W's sister S does not sit on the immediate left of W's father. Only five persons sit between W's father and T. V is the father of R. Who sits on the immediate left of R? a) U's grandfather b) V's daughter c) S's father-in-law d) P e) V 5. P is the mother of V.an immediate neighbour of W's wife. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given information and so form a group.

S is the husband of L. C 8. J is the wife of T. How is L related to J? a) Mother-in-law b) Sister-in-law c) Mother d) Daughter e) Daughter-in-law Answers: 1. N is the brother of J. E 4. C 7. C 10. E 6. A 9. K is the brother of S.e) bl 8. What may be the code for ‘be happy always' in the given code language? a) bl ht xt b) ai xu dn c) ht ai ol d) ai ht mi e) ai ht ly Directions (11-12): Study the following information and answer the given question: M is the father of N. How is K related to M? a) Cannot be determined b) Grandmother c) Grandson d) Granddaughter e) Grandfather 12. D is the daughter of N. D . What is the code for ‘good exercise’ in the given code language? a) ol dg b) ol xt c) xt dg d) bl ol e) dg bl 10. T is the father of K. A 5. D 2. 11. What is the code for ‘towards’ in the given code language? a) either jw or nk b) bl c) nk d) jw e) ly 9. B 3.

IV. II. Which of the following will be coded as `me su do' in the given code language? 1) no risk damage 2) no damage of 3) no damage improve 4) of no insurance 5) no risk cover Directions (6-10): In each question below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I. 6. Some bottles are jugs. How is 'improve' coded in the given code language? 1) su 2) ju 3) ti 4) la 5) None of these 2. 'improve policy risk of insurance holders' is coded as `ti la ra su ju ye'. Conclusions: I. Statements: Some plates are tables. 1) Only II and III follow 2) All follow . Some bottles are cups. How is 'holders' coded in the given code language? 1) Either `do' or `ti' 2) Either 'ye' or `ra' 3) Either 've' or `ti' 4) Either 'ye' or 'la' 5) Either 'yo' or `ti' 4. disregarding commonly known facts. Some tables are cups. `no risk policy' is coded as `su me la' and 'damage of insurance holders' is coded as 'do ti ye ra'. Some plates are not cups. What is the possible code 'improve policy services' in the given code language? 1) do ra ja 2) me do ra 3) ve do ra 4) ra su ju 5) ju ho la 5. 1. What does the code `me'. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. D Directions (1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions that follow. II. Some plates are bottles. stand for in the given code language? 1) no 2) risk 3) policy 4) damage 5) None of these 3. At least some cups are jugs. All cups are bottles. III. III and IV. In a certain code language `no risk of damage' is coded as `do me ra su'.11. C 12.

1) Only I follows 2) Only I and III follow 3) Only II and IV follow 4) None follows 5) None of these 9. II. All sticks being bananas is a possibility. All dogs are pots. II. Some sticks are flowers. Conclusions: I. All cats being petals is a possibility.3) Only II follows 4) None follows 5) None of these 7. II and III follow 4) None follows 5) None of these 10. II. III. Some flowers are fruits. Some pots are petals. Statements: All walls are houses. Some sticks are flowers. III. Some pots are flowers. No room is a road. All houses are rooms. Some birds are kites. Conclusions: I. All skies are blue. IV. All wails are rooms. At least some houses are benches. 1) Only I and III follow 2) All follow 3) Only I. Statements: Some cats are dogs. No sky is a kite. 1) Only I follows 2) Only I and II follow 3) Only II and IV follow 4) All follow 5) None 8. . Some kites are not nests. All fruits are bananas. No kite is sky. Some cats are pots. II. Conclusions: I. At least some nests are skies. IV. At least some lamps are flowers. No road is a bench. Conclusions: I. Statements: All lamps are sticks. All fruits are flowers. All flowers being petals is a possibility. IV. Some kites are blue. III. Statements: No nest is a bird. At least some pots are dogs.

4 8. 1) All follow 2) Only II. The one who teaches History teaches on the last day ofthe week and likes Red colour. but not necessarily in the same order. Reema.History e) None of these 2. Reema. History. Diyal.Pink . viz White. 5 9. Priya does not teach either Economics or Civics. Gitesh and Ritesh who teach different subjects. 5 5. There is one person between Priya and Rita. who likes Green. Which of the following combinations is definitely false? a) Riha .Green . III and IV follow 3) Only I and IV follow 4) None follows 5) None of these Answers: 1. Yellow.English c) Diyal . who does not like either Brown or White or Black colour.Hindi d) Reema . Riha likes Yellow colour and teaches Sanskrit. Ritesh teaches immediately after Riha and he likes White colour. Dishal does not teach on the day either immediately before or immediately after the classes by Priya. Dishal. The one who teaches Geography takes class immediately after the day when Sanskrit has been taught. Geography. Diyal does not like Brown colour and teaches Hindi. Two persons teach between Reema and Gitesh. Hindi and English but not necessarily in the same order. Economics. 1 3. No wall is a road. Who among the following teaches on the fifth day of the week? a) Ritesh b) Gitesh . teaches on the fourth day of the week but neither Sanskrit nor English. Riha. 2 2. viz Sanskrit. They teach on different days of the week starting from Monday. Black.Sanskrit b) Priya . 1 6. 5 10. But Riha does not teach either on first or on 3rd day of the week.Black . Civics. neither of whom teaches on the first day of the week. Green and Pink.Yellow . 3 7. Red. IV. 3 There are seven persons Priya.III. 1. 3 4. They like different colours. Brown. No room is a bench.

Give answer A) if only conclusion I follows. 8. All mixtures are matters. Statements: All solutions are liquids. Who teaches Civics? a) Reema b) Priya c) Dishal d) Either Dishal or Reema e) None of these 4. II. All solutions being matters is a possibility. 6. B) if only conclusion II follows. All registers are folders. No liquid is a mixture. Conclusions: I. II. then which of the following is `Piya' related to? a) Brown b) Green c) Black d) Pink e) None of these 5. E) if both conclusions I and II follow. No solution is a mixture. Conclusions: I. Statements: Some registers are files. C) if either conclusion I or II follows. Who teaches Economics? a) Reema b) Dishal c) Riya d) Can't be determined e) None of these Directions (6-10):Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Statements: . All folders are columns. D) if neither conclusion I nor II follows. All folders being files is a possibility. 7.c) Riha d) Diyal e) None of these 3. If `Reema' is related to 'Yellow' and Ritesh' is related to 'Red'. Some registers are not columns.

B 5. Statements: All doctors are professors. A 10. All doctors. II. All novels are pages. C 3. D . D 2.Some pages are pens. No intelligent is poor. At least some doctors being poor is a possibility. 10. All books being pages is possibility. D 4. All metals being thin is a possibility. D 6. No circular is a metal. II. Some doctors are intelligent. Some pens. Some papers are not circulars. E 9. B 7. 9. if they are novels. Answers: 1. All thins are circulars. Conclusions: I. are also poor. No novel is a book. II. are also pages. if they are intelligent. Conclusions: I. Statements: No paper is thin. E 8. Conclusions: I.

E does not work with IDBI. A b) C. 'this is beautiful home' is written as ra la ha'. Who among the following works with SBI? a) A b) E c) C d) G e) None of these 3. viz Mumbai. C e) None of these 2. A. C d) B. G c) E. B. 1. A. but does not live in the same city as E A does not live. IDBI. but not necessarily in the same order. All are working with seven different banks SBI. BOI. D d) A. D c) F. D works with which of the following banks? a) IOB b) OBC c) SBI d) IDBI e) BOI Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: In a certain code language 'please don't go there' is written as 'ti pa ka sa'. A. F and G live in 3 different cities. C. F works with UCO Bank and does not live in Mumbai. Those who live in Delhi work neither with BOI nor with IOB. F b) B. Delhi and Kolkata. Only G lives in Delhi along with E. D. and 'there is party at home' is written as zi na la ra ti'. IOB and OBC. UCO Bank.Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Seven friends A. At least two friends are working in the same city. C works with OBC in Mumbai. D. 'please come at home' is written as `sa na jo la'. Which of the following groups lives in Kolkata? a) G. Which of the following groups lives in Mumbai? a) C. 6. in Kolkata. E. Union Bank. D e) None of these 4. What is the code for 'home'? a) la b) ha . B works with Union Bank. None of those who live in Mumbai work with IOB. The persons who live in Delhi work with which of the following banks? a) SBI and IDBI b) IOB and SBI c) OBC and UCO Bank d) IDBI and OBC e) None of these 5.

c) ra d) ti e) None of these 7. A 10. B 5. E 4. A . D 3. 'party is beautiful' will be coded as a) zi ra fi b) ra ha zi c) na zi fi d) Either a) or b) e) None of these 8. What does stand for? a) this b) beautiful c) party d) Can't be determined e) None of these Answers: 1. How is 'go' written in that code language? a) ti b) sa c) pa d) ka e) Either pa or ka 9. B 8. D 7. A 2. C 9. Which of the following will be coded as 'ti ra la' in the given code language? a) come at home b) there is home c) this is home d) Can't be determined e) None of these 10. D 6.

A. F is the grand father of C and is a lawyer. F e) None of these 4.Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully and give answers to the question given below it. There is one engineer one lawyer. Who is the sister of E? a) C b) D c) A d) Data inadequate . E c) B. D is the grand mother of E and is a housewife. F. E and F are members of a family. Which of the following are two married couples? a) FD. BE c) FD. D. There are two married couples. BA b) FD. CF e) None 3. Which of the following is definitely a group of male members? a) B. one house-wife and two students in the family. CA d) ED. 1. C. A d) B. E b) F. B is an engineer and the father of E. B. one teacher. Who is the husband of A? a) C b) F c) B d) D e) E 2. F.

Which of the following is not true? a) B is mother of S b) M is husband of B . Which of the following means M is maternal uncle of R? a) R × N ÷ M b) M + N × R c) M ÷ N × T ÷ R d) Can't be determined e) None of these 8. Which of the following can be A's profession? a) Housewife b) Engineer c) Teacher d) Engineer or Teacher e) Housewife or Teacher Directions (6-9): Read the following information and answer the questions given below it. A– B means A is mother of B and A×B means A is sister of B. How is P related to S in S+Q–P ? a) Niece b) Nephew c) Brother d) Uncle e) None 7.e) None of these 5. How is M related to G? a) Duaghter-in-law b) Mother c) Wife d) Daughter e) Sister Directions (10-12): Read the following information and answer the questions given below it. M is the wife of R. P + Q means P is brother of Q P – Q means Q is father of P P × Q means Q is mother of P P ÷ Q means P is sister of Q 6. which of the following is true? a) S is wife of Q b) S is father of P c) P is daughter of Q d) Q is father of P e) None 11. If T – S × B – M. Which of the following means M is maternal uncle of R? a) M – R + K b) M + K – R c) M + K × Q d) can't be determined. S is the only grand daughter of H. e) None of these 9. A + B means A is brother of B. If P × Q – S. who is husband of G and father-in-law of R. A + B means A is the daughter of B A × B means A is the son of B A – B means A is the wife of B 10.

K and L are immediate neighbours of each other. M and N are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south. One of the immediate neighbours of A faces M. in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. D 12. B. In row-1 A. B 11. Only one person sits between J and M. M does not face E. B 9. Which of the following groups of people represents the people sitting at extreme ends of both the . D 10. E 7. in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. C 6. The one who faces B sits second to right of J. Who among the following sits second to the right of the person who faces D ? a) M b) J c) N d) K e) L 2. D 5. C 2. D and E are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing north. L. If A × S – R × V. B 8. D Directions (1-5): Study the following information to answer the given questions based on the information: Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each. A 3. K. L does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. One of the immediate neighbours of J faces C. Which of the following is true regarding N ? a) Both J and M are immediate neighbours of N b) Only two people sit between N and M c) N is an immediate neighbour of the person who faces B d) N sits second to right of L e) None of the given options is true 3. what is V to A? a) Mother b) Grand mother c) Father d) Can't be determined e) None of these Answers: 1. In row-2 J. C.c) T is wife of S d) S is daughter of B e) S is son of B 12. 1. Therefore. B sits third to left of A. D 4.

99.77. a 27-years-old lady. She has obtained a postgraduate degree in business management. His date of birth is 23. He celebrated his 27th birthday on 17th March 1999. A. D) If the candidate is to be referred to the Vice-President. his case may be referred to the General Manager of the plant.1976. She has secured 79% marks in CET.7. E 4. Arundhati. 6. 9. 7. B) If the candidate is to be referred to the Managing Director. C. (iii) should not be less than 21 years and more than 28 years of age as on 1. is a Chemical Engineering Graduate with 72% marks. Based on the above criteria and the information given in each of the following questions. Who amongst the following faces L ? a) B b) C c) A d) E e) D 5. K. M. D. is chemical engineer with 61% marks and has also done a diploma course in Information Technology. but has passed the CET exam with at least 65% marks and has secured more than 70% marks in Chemical Engineering degree exam. N. He has passed CET with 85% marks.98. D. E c) J.6. These cases are given to you as on 1st July.10. (iv) should have secured a minimum of 75% marks in the Common Entrance Test (CET). C d) K. The company laid down the following criteria. A b) J. Mark your answer A) If the candidate is to be selected.12. but has secured marks above 60% and below 65% and also working experience of one year. N.rows ? a) M. She is working with a private company as manager. (b) (ii) above. 1999. (ii) should have done at least a diploma in business management. his case may be referred to the Vice-President. C) If the candidate is to be referred to the General Manager of the plant. However. Subhash Chandra. He has passed the CET with 69% marks. He has completed his postgraduate diploma in . and has secured more than 80% marks in CET. Dilip Khare is an engineering graduate passed out in 1996 with 70% marks. B. He has secured 68% marks in CET. E) If the candidate is not to be selected. you have to take a decision in regard to each case. M. 8. Which of the following is true with respect to the given information ? a) A sits exactly between B and C b) J faces immediate neighbour of D c) E is an immediate neighbour of C d) J faces A e) None of the given options is true Directions (6-12): A chemical company 'X' decided to recruit Management Trainees for its ammonia plant. D e) K. software since past three years. his case may be referred to the Managing Director. (c) (iv) above. You are not to assume anything. who is working in a chemical factory as Junior Engineer (Chemicals) since 30. Shirish Guha has completed his graduation in chemical engineering with 75% marks and diploma in business management with 60% marks. The candidate (i) should be a Chemical Engineering graduate with minimum 65% marks. if the candidate fulfils all the criteria Except (a) (i) above. His date of birth is 25.

B 8. He is working in a private chemical company as an Assistant Manager for the last two years. She has passed out CET with 80% marks. B 2. B 11. Subhodh Roy is studying for postgraduate degree in chemical engineering at present. E 10. D 4. He has passed CET with 82% marks and has done diploma in business management in 1995. Mamta is an electrical engineer with 74% marks. His date of birth is 25th June 1978. E 12. A 3.12. A Directions (1-5) : Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. B 5. Rajiv Mhatre is a 25-year-old Chemical Engineering . 12.graduate with 62% marks in graduation.E. C 7. 10. He has no working experience. Her date of birth is 16. She has done diploma in business management as well as in chemical technology securing 66% and 62% marks respectively. 11. He has secured 73% marks in B.1973. D 9.business management from a reputed institute. chemical engineering. He has also completed the diploma in businessmanagement and has passed out CET with 82% marks. C 6. Answers: 1. .

T is heavier than V. Yacub and Zeenath are friends. Railways and Telephone exchange and their hobbies are seeing TV. (i) Xavier is working in Electricity office and his hobby is seeing TV.Post office b) Ali . than V and Q is not the tallest. T and V are six students studying in a class. How many of them are shorter than Q? . listening music. 6. Balu. R. (iii) Yacub is working in Railway and seeing drama is his hobby. They are working in Bank. T is taller than only P but lighter than R. (v) Columbus is not working in Police station. Playing cards is the hobby of who among the following? a) Data inadequate b) Zeenath c) Balu d) Ali e) None of these 4. Which of the following combinations of person and working place is definitely true? a) Columbus . Police station. S is taller. e g Cinema. 1. Post office. Who among the following persons is working in Police station? a) Columbus b) Ali c) Zeenath d) Data inadequate e) None of these 5. playing cards. S.Bank d) Zeenath . (ii) Ali is working neither in Bank nor in Post office. His hobby is listening music. Q. Q is taller than S and P and heavier than only T and V. (iv) Balu is working in Telephone exchange and neither playing cards nor seeing dance is his hobby. Zeenath is working in which of the following organisations? a) Post office b) Bank c) Either Bank or Post office d) Police Station e) None of these Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: P.Playing cards c) Zeenath . The tallest is not the heaviest. Electricity office. Each of them has a different height and weight. How many of them are heavier than T? a) One b) Two c) Three d) Five e) None of these 7. P is lighter than only S.Ali.Dance e) None of these 3. Which of the following is Balu's hobby? a) Playing cards b) Seeing dance c) Seeing cinema d) Data inadequate e) None of these 2. seeing drama and seeing dance (not necessary in the same order). Seeing cinema is not his hobby. Columbus. Xavier.

Who among them is third from top if arranged in descending order of height? a) Q b) V c) S d) Data inadequate e) None of these 10. Tarun says the cost of the bicycle was more than Rs 500 but less than Rs 1000. who among them is the shortest? a) Neha b) Anjana c) Sarita d) Can't be determined e) None of these 13. In a certain code PAPER is written as SCTGW. How is MOTHER written in that code? a) PQXICJV b) ORVLGW c) PQXJJT d) PQVJGT e) None of these 14.m. Sadan came at noon and left at 2 p.m.a) Two b) Four c) Three d) Five e) None of these 8. when Sadan is with him. However. Preeti is shorter than Manju but taller than Neha. Who among them is the lightest? a) V b) T c) P d) R e) None of these 11. Barun says it was more than Rs 700 but less than Rs 1100. If Madan had his first tea at 9 a. Madan is a tea addict and has tea every 20 minutes. Anjana is shorter than Neha but taller than Sarita. So. who is dead against tea-drinking. Who among them is the tallest? a) V b) P c) T d) R e) None of these 9..? a) 10 b) 12 c) 14 d) 16 e) None of these 12. What was the price of the bicycle? a) Rs 800 b) Rs 850 c) Rs 1000 d) Can't be determined e) None of these . he does not like to displease Sadan. If Rachna is taller than Manju. Bicycles are priced only in multiples of hundred rupees. how many times did he have tea till 5 p.m. he skips tea during that period but has it 10 minutes after Sadan leaves.

15. D 12. Janu says. C 13." How is the person in the photograph related to Janu? a) daughter-in-law b) mother c) Self d) mother-in-law e) None Answers: 1. A 11. B 5. E 3. C 2. D 9. A 4. B 8. Pointing to a photograph. E 7. E 14. C 10. "She is the mother of my son's father. A Explanation (1-5): (6-10): According to Height: R>Q>S>V>T>P According to weight: S>P>R>Q>T>V . A 15. C 6.

3) if either conclusion I or II follows. Some trees are not red.5 12. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Conclusions: I. 11-15): in each question below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and H. No cover is a wrap. Conclusions: I. All pencils being pens is a possibility. Statements: No bag is a glass.Directions (Q. Conclusions: I. 12. Conclusions: I. II. Statements: All boxes are copies. At least some cups are bags. Statements: Some flowers are red. Statements: No cloth is a cover. 11. No glass is a bag. Conclusions: I. Statements: Some pens are caps. No wrap is a cloth. No copy is a book.2 . Some cloths are not wraps. Give answer 1) if only conclusion I follows. 15. II. 14. Some flowers are not trees. 2) if only conclusion II follows. 13. 4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows. 11. At least some copies are boxes. 5) if both conclusions I and II follow. II. No red is a tree. II. All caps are pencils. II. Some glasses are not cups. No box is a book. At least some pencils are caps.

4 Six persons A. D. A participates in which of the following categories? 1) Singing 2) Hockey 3) Cooking 4) Tennis 5) Can't be determined Directions (6-8): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: G. Blue. E and F are participants from different teams.  A is from team White but participates neither on Thursday nor on Wednesday. Green and Black. H.  Persons participating in Cooking and Painting are from team White and Green respectively. C. Tennis and Cooking in different days of a week from Monday to Saturday.  Dancing competition is held on Tuesday. 1.5 14. Dancing. They participate in different categories. Who participates in Dancing? 1) A 2) F 3) B 4) D 5) Can't be determined 3.5 15. Two of them are the players of team White and t two of them are the players of team Black. M and N are sitting around a circular table facing the centre.  Neither F nor B participates either in Painting or Hockey. K. Hockey. G is third to the left of H.13. Painting. J is .  E participates in Tennis but he is neither from team Blue nor from White. There is no competition on Sunday. viz Singing. viz White. B. D is from team 1) White 2) Black 3) Can't be determined 4) Green 5) None of these 4. I. If E participates on Saturday then A must participate on which of the following days? 1) Monday 2) Tuesday 3) Can't be determined 4) Thursday 5) None of these 5. J. Who among the following participates in Painting? 1) B 2) A 3) F 4) D 5) None of these 2.  C participates in Singing on Friday and he is from team Blue but F does not participate on Tuesday.

B is the father of D but D is not the daughter the wife of B. Tinku is to the east of Tejash. K is second to the left of Hand third to the right of M. How many persons are there between I and J when counted ACW starting from J? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) None of these Directions (9-10): Each of the questions given below consists of a question and three statements numbered I. II and III given below it. 6. Rajan is in which direction ofNeelam? I. M is brother of T. Tejash is to the west of Tinku and northwest of Neelam. You have to decide Whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question: 9. Tejash is to the north of Neelam. who is granddaughter of the father-in-law of the mother of M. and Raj an is to the south of Tinku. 1) Only II and III 2) Any two of them 3) All I. II and III 4) All I. III. 3 . K is wife of one of the sons of C and mother of the grandson of the father of B. J 5) Can't be determined 7. N 3) H. 2 6. who is to the west f. Neelam is to the east of Tejash. Who among the following are immediate neighbours of I? 1) N. II. M 4) K. 4 4. III. 4 2. II. G 2) M. How is M related to D? I. Who among the following is third to the right of the person who is second to the left of G? 1) H 2) K 3) J 4) N 5) None of these 8. II and III are not sufficient 5) None of these Answers: 1. N is not an immediate neighbour of M. 1) Only I 2) Only II and III 3) Only III 4) Only I and III 5) All are not sufficient 10. 1 5. 3 3.not an immediate neighbour of H.

Prithi. Reema's birthday is in the month of August and sits second to the right of Nirvan. but not necessarily in the same order. Nishi sits second to the left of Raji. Which of the following persons' birthday is In the month of February? a) Raji b) Nishi . whose birthday is in the month of April. Which of the following combinations is definitely true? a) Ishika — June b) Nirvan — January c) Prithi August d) Raji May e) None of these 3. The one whose birthday is in the month of June sits second to the left of Nishi. 5 9. sits between the persons whose birthday. 1. whose birthday is in the month of January. What is the position of Nishi with respect to the person whose birthday is in the month of July? a) Third to the left b) Third to the right c) Second to the right d) Fifth to the right e) Four to the left 2. Priyanka. 4 Eight friends Nirvan. whose birthday is in the month of July. Each of them has her birthday in different months. Raji. whose birthday is in the month of March. Divya. May. March. who cannot sit adjacent to Prithi. are in the months of February and June. viz January. Divya. How many persons are sitting between Prithi and the person whose birthday is in the month of April? (If counted from Prithi in clockwise direction) a) One b) Two c) Three d) None e) None of these 4. April. Reema. sits third to the right of Prithi. 2 10. Nishi and Ishika are sitting around a circular table but not facing the centre. July and August. 2 8. June. Ishika. February.7.

6. Answers: . Conclusions: I. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. At least some heavy are giants. Conclusions: I. E) if both conclusions I and II follow. Some acts are stunts. There is a possibility that some easts are north. A west can never be an east. No curve is a triangle. Give answer A) if only conclusion I follows. All the stunts will necessarily be acts. 8. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. 10. Priyanka' is related to which of the following months? a) January b) February c) August d) July e) April Directions (6-10): In each question below are given two or more statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Statements: All loops are curves. II. (6-7) Statements: All heavy are dwarves. Some giants are heavy. Some rules being acts is a possibility. II. Some giants can never be tall. II. Conclusions: I. II. All tall are giants. 7. II. Statements: Some rules are stunts. No loop can be a triangle. `Nishi' is related to 'June' and `Reema' is related to `March'. B) if only conclusion II follows. At least some curves are loops.c) Prithi d) Priyanka e) Nirvan 5. Conclusions: I. In the same way. 9. Some dwarves being tall is a possibility. All tall being dwarves possibility. Statements: No east is west No west is north Conclusions: I. D) if neither conclusion I nor II follows. C) if either conclusion I or II follows.

D 3. Q. S. Which of the following is not the correct combination of student and subject? a) P-metallurgy b) Q-electrical c) U-electronics d) S-civil e) All are correct 7. R is the resident of Delhi but he is not in chemical or electrical. Calcutta. A 8. 6. metallurgy and electronics but not necessarily in the same order. Q is from Calcutta and he is in electrical. Hyderabad and Bangalore. E 7. chemical. E 10. E Directions (6-10): Read carefully and answer the questions given below: (i) Six students P. T and U are in different branches of Engineering. Which student is from Chennai? a) R b) U c) S d) T e) None of these . C 5. T. mechanical. is not the resident of Mumbai or Hyderabad. Chennai. The student from Chennai is in electronics and S is from Mumbai. (ii) Each of them is a resident of a different city viz Mumbai. B 6. who is in mechanical. A 9. B 4. B 2. Delhi. civil. viz.1. P is in metallurgy. R. electrical.

6. Who is the Doctor? a) Q b) R . P is from which city? a) Chennai b) Calcutta c) Hyderabad d) Data inadequate e) None of these 9. C 2. P and S are unmarried ladies and have no profession. S and T. B 4. There is a married couple in which T is the husband. Q is the brother of R and is neither Engineer nor Professor. E 3. R. and one is a Professor. One is a Doctor.8. D 5. C 9. one is an Engineer. D 7. R is studying which subject? a) Electronics b) Mechanical c) Metallurgy d) Data inadequate e) None of these Answers: 1. E 6. Q. E Directions (6-10): Study the following information and answer the questions given below: There are five persons P. Which student is from Bangalore? a) T b) Q c) S d) T or P e) None of these 10. B 8. A 10. None of the ladies is Doctor or Engineer.

the yellow-coloured house. Q. are located on either sides of a road with three on each side. is exactly opposite M. B R Q. Q and R b) Q. B 4. is exactly opposite the red-coloured house. R and S e) Data inadequate 10. A 7. S. A 9. D 3. the whitecoloured house. yellow and green. the green-coloured house. . R. T. is taller than house R but shorter than houses S and Q. R and S c) P. E 6. The shortest house is exactly opposite the green coloured house. R. The three ladies are a) P. T and M. D 10. What is the profession of T? a) Doctor b) Engineer c) Either Professor or Engineer d) Professor e) Data inadequate Answers: 1. Who is the wife of T? a) P b) S c) Q d) R e) None of these 8. P. blue. M is the orange-coloured house and is located between P and S.c) T d) P e) None of these 7. Q and S d) P. the tallest house. orange. D 8. white. is exactly opposite P. Who is the Professor? a) R b) S c) T d) Q e) None of these 9. A 5. six houses of different heights and different colours of red. C 2.

Which of the following houses is located immediately next to the yellow house? a) red b) blue c) green d) Data inadequate e) None of these 5. What is the colour of the tallest house? a) red b) blue c) red or blue d) Data inadequate e) None of these House P Q R S T M Colour White Green Yellow Red Blue Orange Height H4 H2/H3 H5 H3/H2 H1 H6 . Which of the following is the second in height? a) S b) Q c) S or Q d) Data inadequate e) None of these 4. What is the position of house P from top when the houses are arranged in descending order of their heights? a) Third b) Second c) Fourth d) Data inadequate e) None 3. What is the colour of house S? a) red b) blue c) red or blue d) Data inadequate e) None of these 2.1.

'Photography' is the main profession of? a) C b) D c) B d) F e) None Directions (6-10):Study the following carefully and answer the questions given below: W.Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it. What is the side-business of E? a) Photography b) Plumbing c) Plumbing or Photography d) Date inadequate e) None of these 5. W is third to the left of R. T is fourth to the right of M. Who is the immediate left of W? a) Y b) M c) D d) Data inadequate e) None of these 7. H and D are seven persons sitting around a circle facing at the centre. (v) 'Photography' is the side-business for one of the members and main for another. (ii) 'Teaching' is the main occupation of B and E while it is side-business for F. E and F are six members in a family. (i) 'Plumbing' is the main occupation of D'. Y. who is second to the right of R. 6. All of them have two occupations. R. Who is the only female member of the family? a) B b) D c) C d) A e) None 4. one is the main and other is their side-business. H is not an immediate neighbour of M. (vi) The only lady in the family has 'plumbing' as her side-business definitely. A. Who is to the immediate right of H? a) W . C. D. (iv) A is fond of 'typing' and 'plumbing' but his/her side business is same as main business of D. D is not an immediate neighbour of W. B. What is the main profession of A? a) Plumbing b) Painting c) Typing d) Can't be determined e) None of these 2. What is the side-business of B? a) Photography b) Typing c) Painting d) Data inadequate e) None of these 3. and side-business for two others. M. (iii) 'Painting' is the main occupation of F and side-business for C and D respectively. 1. T.

C 5.b) T c) R d) Data inadequate e) None of these 8. E Person A B C D E F Main Occupation Side-Business Sex Typing Plumbing Female Teaching Plumbing/Photography Male Photography Painting Male Plumbing Painting Male Teaching Plumbing/Photography Male Painting Teaching Male . A 6. D 4. C 2. Who is third to the right of D? a) M b) R c) W d) D e) None of these 10. D 9. C 10. A 7. D 3. What is Y's Position with respect to T? a) 3rd to right b) 4th to left c) 2nd to right d) 2nd to left e) None Answers with Explanation: 1. Who is third to the right of H? a) M b) R c)Y d) D e) None of these 9. B 8.

b) 2nd to the left. Which of the following is/are the possible position(s) of I with respect to A? C a) 4th to the right. 4. c) 4th to the left. who is immediate neighbor of H and I.(1-5) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. e) None of these. Which of the following pairs is not facing the center? a) B.C c) D. What is the position of D with respect to F? a) 2nd to the right.. b) Third to the right. If H is on the immediate right of E then what is H's position with respect to C? a) Third to the left. H and I are seated in a circle facing the center. d) Can't be determined. Band C are also seated in the same circle but two of them are not facing the center. . Who among the following is second to the left of B? a) A b) H c) I d) Either H or I e) None of these.E d) B. b) 3rd to the left.D e) None of these. E is third to the right of A.C b) A. 5. E. 2. F is second to the left of C. C is second to the right of D and third to the right of B. d) Can't be determined. 1. D.. F. 3. B is third to the left of D. c) 5th to the right. e) None of these. c) Immediate right. A.

H#V 10) Statements: M@B. C) If either conclusion I or II is true. B@T 7) Statements: F$M. X © Y. R ©A II. Y% H Conclusions: I. (6-10)Directions: In the following questions. F@L 8) Statements: R #Q. Y@V II. B) If only conclusion II is true.@. 'P#Q' means 'P' is equal to 'Q'. © and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below: 'P©Q' means 'P' is greater than 'Q'. B # A. J©T Conclusions: I. E) If both conclusions I and II are true 6) Statements: K@B. B#J. the symbols $. M #A II.d) Only (a) and (b) e) All of the above. B#F Answers: 1) A 2) E 3) D 4) B 5) E 6) D 7) A 8) D 9) D 10) D Explanation: (1-5) . K#T II. M@L.%. A@F Conclusions: I. 'P$Q' means 'P' is either smaller than or equal to 'Q'. L#W Conclusions: I. F%A Conclusions: I. Q@F. R#F 9) Statements: V$X. W$M II. D) If neither conclusion I nor II is true. 'P%Q' means 'P' is smaller than 'Q'. 'P@Q' means 'P' is either greater than or equal 'Q'. A) If only conclusion I is true.

Business man. V and W sitting around a circular table. facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. We can't compare F and L. Who is third to the left of Scientist? A) P B) S C) W D) Q E) None of these . Only one person sits between R and Accountant. H and V can't be compared. 7) F ≤M ≥ L = W. conclusion I is true. 8) R = Q ≥ F < A We can't compare R and A. Hence.SINGER C) W-DOCTOR D) S-ACCOUNTANT E) P-ENGINEER 2. Two people sit between Cook and Q. V and Scientists are immediate neighbours of each other. conclusion II is not true. Neither R nor T is an immediate neighbour of either Q or Doctor. Hence. Q is not Scientist. R ≥ F. conclusion I is not true. R.. T. as B≥F. There are eight persons namely P. W sits third to the left of Business man. 1. Engineer and Professor. B >T. R and T are immediate neighbours of each other. Doctor. Accountant. i. Hence. M ≥ W. K > T. conclusion I is not true. conclusion II is not true. Hence. 10) M ≥ B = A ≥F As M ≥ A.e. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and thus form a group. U. Each of them is from a different profession. So. conclusion II is not true. Singer sits second to the left of Professor. By conversion W ≤ M. conclusion II is not true. Cook is an immediate neighbour of Doctor. 9) V ≤ X > Y < H We can't compare V and Y.(6-10) 6) K ≥ B = J >T. S. Hence. conclusion II is not true. Engineer sits second to the right of S. Singer. Q. conclusion I is not true. Cook. U sits second to the right of Doctor. who is neither Doctor nor Cook. So. Again. Again. Hence. Conclusion I is not true. Scientist. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? A) V-COOK B) R.

NET includes services used to support web services? A) Platform B) Framework C) Visual Studio D) System E) Mother board 7. Which of the following is not one of the four primary focuses of e-government? A) G2G B) G2B C) IG2B D) IG2G E) IG2I 8. Which of the following pairs of persons has first person sitting immediate right of the 2nd person? A) WV B) QP C) TR D) VU E) PW 4. What is the name of the display feature that highlights are of the screen which requires operator attention? A) Pixel B) Reverse video C) Touch screen D) Cursor E) Image . Which of the following persons is a Professor? A) Q B) S C) R D) W E) T 5. In which of the following combinations is the third person sitting in between the first and the second person? A) PWV B) VUR C) RTS D) SQP E) QWP Computer Knowledge:(6-10) 6.What component of . The idea of MFC document architecture was created by: A) Microsoft B) Oracle C) Xerox D) IBM E) Java 10. The most common addressing techniques employed by a CPU is ___ A) Immediate B) Direct C) Indirect D) Register E) All of the above 9.3.

C 10. Which of the following pairs of a boy and a girl is at one of the extreme ends? A) TC B) EP C) SF D) CQ E) None of these 3.Answers: 1. 1. Who is standing to the immediate left of D? A) E B) A C) B . B Explanation:(1-5) Six boys ABCDEF and six girls PPQRSTU are standing in rows in such a way that each girl faces one boy. E 6. C 8. C 4. B 7. E 9. R is facing A and is to the immediate left of Q. B 2. Which of the following girls is facing D? A) R B) P C) U D) Q E) None of these 2. A 5. P is to the immediate right of the girl who is facing E the boy at the extreme right. F is to the immediate left of A and to the immediate right of C. U is third to the left of S. not necessarily in the same order. A 3. Only B is sitting between D and E.

D 5. B 4. Aries. T and Y are the members of a committee sitting around a circular table but not facing the centre. The one whose sun-sign is Pisces sits second to the right of N. Each member has a different zodiac sign. N. Virgo.D C) F. A 3. R. Gemini. viz Leo. Neither Q nor L is the . The one whose sun-sign Leo is second to the left of the one whose sun-sign is Libra. Four of the following five are alike in certain way.A Answers: 1.C B) B. T is third to the right of P. Libra. Cancer.B E) F. The one whose sun-sign is Aries is second to the right of the person whose sun-sign is Gemini. Y's sun-sign is Libra and is sitting exactly between P and L. Which of the following are immediate neighbours of the one who is facing R? A) F.D) F E) C 4. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? A) A-U B) B-T C) C-Q D) D-U E) F-R 5. P sits third to the left of the person whose sun-sign is Virgo. Q. M. C 2.D D) A. P. Explanation: C L. but not necessarily in the same order. Pisces and Scorpio.

Q is fourth to the left of L. Who sits third to the right of L? a) P b) Y c) R d) Q e) None of these 3. The person whose sun-sign is Leo is sitting second to the right of the person whose sign is Cancer. Which of the following is N’s sun-sign? a) Pisces b) Scorpio c) Gemini d) Can't be determined e) None of these 2. R’s sun-sign is Leo and is not an immediate neighbor of N. D 4. C 5. What is Y's position with respect to Q? a) Third to the left b) Fourth to the left c) Second to the right d) Third to the right e) 2nd to the left 4. 1. C . B 2. N's sun-sign is neither Cancer nor Ariel. A 6. What is the sun-sign of P? a) Gemini b) Libra c) Leo d) Can't be determined e) None of these 6.immediate neighbour of N. How many persons are there between P and N? a) None b) Two c) Three d) Four e) None of these 5. E 3. Which of the following combinations is true? a) M-Gemini b) P-Cancer c) N-Scorpio d) None is true e)All are true Answers with Explanation: 1.

B) if only conclusion II follows. some pencils are pen is a possibility 4) Statements: a) Some fans are mangoes b) All mangoes are apple Conclusions: I. Some benches being chairs is a possibility 3) Statements: a) Some pens are pencils b) Some pencils are Erasers Conclusions: I. All Chairs being Desks is a possibility II. There is a possibility that All books are copy II. D) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows. Find which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. 1) Statements: a) all books are copy b) Some books are chairs Conclusions: I. All mangoes are fans is a possibility 5) Statements: . All pen are erasers is a possibility II. E) if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow. C) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows. There is a possibility that Some books are chairs 2) Statements: a) All benches are desk b) Some desk are chair Conclusions: I. A) if only conclusion I follows. There is a possibility of All mangoes are apple II.In each question below are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions I and II.

b) All squares are structures. some balls are erasers. Some structures being buildings is a possibility. Conclusions: I. 9) Some parents are family. some stones are rocks is a possibility 7) Statements: a) Some bats are balls b) All pencils are balls. Conclusions: I. All rocks are mountains is a possibility II. E 4. II. some balls are not bats is a possibility. B 5. D 2. E 8. 8) Statements: a) All structures are circles. A 9. No family is a children. All stationery being jeeps is a possibility 6) Statements: a) Some rocks are stones b) Some stones are mountains Conclusions: I.a) Some pens are jeeps b) Some jeeps are stationery Conclusions: I. A 10. II. Answers: 1. c) No building is a circle. B 6. E 7. Atleast some stationary are pens II. E 3. B . c) Some erasers are pencils. All parents who are children are also family. At least some circles are squares. All children being family is a possibility. II. All parents as well as family being children is a possibility. Some children are parents Conclusions: I. II. 10) Conclusions I.

Intex and iball (but not necessarily in the same order). Samsung. iii. v. Karim.Pandey. ii.G. Which of the given statements is not necessary to answer the above questions? (1) (iii) (2) (ii) (3) (iv) (4) (v) (5) All are necessary Solutions (1-7) . Yadav purchased mobile and music player of Samsung and L. Htc. Once they went to an Mobile shop to purchase mobile and music system. L. Pandey mobile and Karim music system player were of the same company. Karbon. Philips. These companies were – Nokia. i.G respectively. Who purchased music system of Htc? (1) Can’t say (2) Rana (3) Shukla (4) Trivedi (5) None of these 10. Each one purchased a mobile of different companies. No person purchased mobile and music system of the same company. 8. Karbon.G. Trviedi. Samsung. And the one who purchased L. Umesh purchased music system of which company? (1) Can’t say (2) Htc (3) iball (4) Intex (5) None of these 11. Rana. Who purchase mobile of Spice? (1) Can’t Say (2) Rana (3) Shukla (4) Trivedi (5) None of these 9. and Spice (but not necessarily in the same order).G. Philips. Rana did not purchase any gadget of Nokia or iball. The one who purchased mobile of either Nokia or Spice did not purchase music system of Intex . Umesh purchased mobile of Htc but he did not purchase music system of Intex or iball. Shukla. Similarly. Shukla did not purchase any gadgets of L. These companies are Htc. Pandey purchased mobile of which company? (1) Can’t say (2) Philips (3) Htc (4) Samsung (5) None of these 12. Each one purchased a music system also but of different companies. Similarly.G. or Htc.. Karim’s mobile and Pandey music system were of the same company iv. Umesh and Yadav are seven persons living in a boys hostel near Nirman Vihar. or spice mobile did not purchase music system of Htc. L.

boxer (2) Archer-Swimmer (3) Chess player-boxer (4) Hockey player. (4) Fourth to the right. Neither the swimmer nor the tennis player is sitting next to either H or D. The chess player is neither F nor sitting next to F.Ans: 1. Which of the following pairs represents the immediate neighbors of the wrestler? (1) Swimmer. (3) Immediately to the right. G and H. What is the profession of H? (1) Boxer (2) Tennis player (3) Swimmer (4) Wrestler (5) None of these 3. How many people sit between the 'football player' and 'G' when counted in anticlockwise direction from the football player? (1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (5) Five 6. (2) Second to the left. (4) 6. Rana Intex Spice Shukla iball Nokia Trivedi Htc Htc Umesh Samsung Samsung Yadav L. (4) 7. The hockey player E sits second to the left of swimmer. Chess player and the Archer are immediate neighbors of each other. (5) 5. wrestler. swimmer. Only C sits between the swimmer and the wrestler. hockey player. D who is a football player sits third to right of H. Archer sits third to the left of A. Which of the following is true regarding C? . out of whom one is a Archer. (3) 2. Who sits third to the right of the swimmer? (1) The football player (2) G (3) The Chess player (4) The Hockey player (5) Both 2 and 3 2. Eight players A. chess player and a tennis player( but not necessarily in the same order) are sitting around a circular table facing the center. boxer. The swimmer and the tennis player are sitting next to each other. (1) 3. E. B. (1) Solutions(8-12) Mobile Person Music System Philips/Karbon Pandey Karbon/Philips Karbon/Philips Karim Philips/Karbon L.G.G. C. 5. D. F. (5) 4. What is the position of the boxer with respect to the Archer? (1) Third to the Left.tennis player (5) None of These 4. (5) Second to the right. 1. The Archer is neither H nor G. football player. Who among st the following sits exactly between E and B? (1) Chess player (2) Tennis player (3) Swimmer (4) Wrestler (5) None of these 7.

Who is to the immediate right of B? (1) C (2) E (3) H (4) G (5) None of these 12. (4) He is an immediate neighbor of the swimmer. G and H are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. F. B is second to the right of H and third to the left of A. Who is fourth to the right of H? (1) B (2) A (3) F (4) Data Inadequate (5) None of these 11. B. who will be second to the right of B? (1) F (2) C (3) D (4) Data Inadequate (5) None of these 9. Directions (8-12): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. C is fourth to the right of G who is not an immediate neighbor of H. In which of the following pairs is the second person sitting to the immediate left of the first person? (1) BG (2) HE (3) FA (4) DC (5) AF 10. D. If E and F interchange their places. E. (5) None is true.5 2.4 . A. 8. Who is third to the right of E? (1) C (2) F (3)D (4) Data Inadequate (5) None of these Answers with Explanation Solutions (1-7) 1. (2) He is an immediate neighbor of the Archer. D is not an immediate neighbor of either B or H and is second to the right of F. C. (3) C sits between B and E.(1) He is a wrestler.

(4) 12.3 4. (5) 9. (2) .4 Solution :(8-12): 8.3.5 6.5 7.1 5. (3) 11. (5) 10.