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Model paper for Banks Reasoning
Directions—(Q. 1–5) For each of the following questions there is some relationship between the two terms to the left of :: and the same relationship obtains between the two terms to its right. In each of these questions the fourth term is missing. This term is one of the alternatives among the five terms given below. Find out this term. 1. ABCD is related to BEGI in the same way as BCDE is related to … ? (A) ADFH (B) CFHJ (C) CDEF (D) CEGI Ans : (B)
Ans : (B)
Ans : (B)
Ans : (A)
4. ‘CIRCLE’ is related to ‘RICELC’ in the same way as ‘SQUARE’ is related to— (A) UQSERA (B) QUSERA (C) UQSAER (D) QSUERA
3. BYCX is related to AZDW in the same way as DWEV is related to … ? (A) CEXV (B) CXFU (C) EVFU (D) EWCX
2. ABEF is related to BCFG in the same way as GHKL is related to … ? (A) FGKJ (B) HILM (C) HIKJ (D) HIML
Ans : (D)
Directions—(Q. 6–15) Each of the following questions has four alternative responses. Select the correct response. 6. Which one of the following is same as liver, heart, kidney? (A) Nose (B) Blood (C) Urine (D) Lung Ans : (D)
Ans : (D)
Ans : (C)
Ans : (D)
10. Which one of the following is same as flood, fire, cyclone? (A) Accident (B) Rain
9. Which one of the following is same as lead, convince, allure? (A) Direct (B) Order (C) Initiate (D) Fascinate
8. Which one of the following is same as Jute, Cotton, Wool ? (A) Nylon (B) Rayon (C) Silk (D) Terylene
7. Which one of the following is same as uncle, aunt, brother? (A) Child (B) Boy (C) Adult (D) Nephew
5. ‘JKLM’ is related to ‘XYZA’ in the same way as ‘NOPQ’ is related to— (A) RSTU (B) YZAB (C) DEFG (D) BCDE
want ? (A) Pleasant (B) Feel (C) Anxiety (D) Satisfy nli neG 13. dam ? (A) Obstruction (B) Drain (C) Pipe (D) Tap Ans : (A) Ans : (C) Ans : (C) Ans : (D) ww w. electrician ? (A) Doctor (B) Blacksmith (C) Teacher (D) Lawyer Ans : (B) 12.(C) Earthquake (D) Damage Ans : (C) 11. Which one of the following is same as cork. wish. yellow. Which one of the following is same as carpenter. Which one of the following is same as red. Which one of the following is same as ohm. volt. blue? (A) Sky (B) Dark (C) Green (D) Bright K.w ord pre ss. plug. plumber. com .T 15. ? (A) Light (B) Metre (C) Hour (D) Watt heO 14. amp. Which one of the following is same as desire.
Mrs. Water (C) Open. Choose the correct alternative. Harbour neG K. Hook (D) Tree. ( ? ) is to Uncle as Mother is to ? (A) Brother. there are few alternatives. com . Paris (D) Island. Feminine (D) Brave. Scarce heO nli 19.w ord pre ss. 16. To fill up the question marks. Swim (B) Bird. Modest (B) Capacity. Beautiful (D) Aunt. Hunt (B) Elephant. Brought-up (B) Father.Directions—(Q. ( ? ) is related to Masculine in the same way Woman is related to ? (A) Disguise. Horn (C) Huge. Aunt (C) Cousin. Rare (D) Costly. Father Ans : (D) Ans : (D) Ans : (B) ww Directions—From questions 21 to 25 fill the correct pair in place of question marks. Ans : (C) 17. 16–20) In each of the sentences given below. ( ? ) is to Sri Lanka as Delhi is to ? (A) Columbo. ( ? ) is to Ivory as Deer is to ? (A) White. there are two questions marks given one in the beginning and the other at the end. India (B) Kathmandu. Colour Ans : (B) 18.T 20. Woman (C) Man. Capital (C) India. w. ( ? ) is to Sky as Fish is to ? (A) Blue.
Sugar is to ( ? ) as Mava is to ? (A) Sweet. Cloud (C) Sky. Tea (B) Student. Saliva Ans : (A) Directions—(Q.Ans : (D) 22. Wet (D) Day. Horse (C) Wood.w ord pre ss. Rainbow (B) Light. 26–30) In Column I are listed certain groups of individuals while in Column II are listed some of the characteristics against each group of individuals which are common to each member of that group. Table is to ( ? ) as Cup is to ? (A) Furniture. Plate com . Dirt nli neG K. ( ? ) is to Touch as Ear is to ? (A) Hand. Lips (C) Hair.T Ans : (C) heO 25. Hot (D) Chair. Voice (D) Turban. ( ? ) is to Brain as Mouth is to ? (A) Skull. Hear (D) Hair. Tongue (B) Hat. Feeling (C) Skin. Sweet Ans : (C) 23. ww Column I Column II w. Night Ans : (B) 24. Sour (B) Energy. 21. Machine (C) Sugarcane. ( ? ) is to Sun as Rain is to ? (A) Moon. Milk (D) White. Know (B) Experience.
R. R. Which Characteristics is common to G and H but not in M? (A) S (B) B (C) Q (D) R heO Ans : (A) nli 27. T (B) P. S (C) Q.FHIJ TW IJK PT IJLM SUW GHIKM RV GHI QRV FGI PR HIJ QTW IJL QSUW GIJ PQS 26. W w. V. Q. T neG K. com . T (D) U. Which individual has all the above characteristics? (A) J (B) I (C) H (D) M Ans : (B) Ans : (C) ww 29. Q (B) Q.w ord pre ss. Which Characteristics are common to H and J but not in K? (A) P. S. Which characteristics are found either in J or in K or in both but in M? (A) P.T 28. Q.
Which one is the same as Coal. Cochin ? (A) Delhi (B) Kanpur (C) Chennai (D) Sholapur ord pre ss. Which one is the same as Mumbai.(C) Q. W Ans : (B) 30. three words are given with four alternatives.w 31. Pail and Pan ? (A) Knife (B) Spoon (C) Fork (D) Bowl Ans : (D) ww 34. Which Characteristics is not found either in F or in L or in both? (A) Q (B) U (C) S (D) V Ans : (D) Directions—(Q.T heO nli 32. Which one is the same as Basket. Kolkata. Then find out the correct alternative answer. com . Ebony and Soot? (A) Blush (B) Raven (C) Ash (D) Rust neG Ans : (C) K. One of the four alternatives is same as the three words given in beginning. Free and Release? (A) Ignore (B) Pardon (C) Liberate (D) Quit w. R (D) R. 31–35) In each of the following question. Which one is the same as Emancipate. Ans : (C) 33.
w ord 36. Which one is the same as Lungs. Which one is the same as Grandfather. Ans : (D) Ans : (C) Ans : (B) Ans : (A) ww 40. Which one is the same as Lock. Father and Brother? (A) Baby (B) Father-in-law (C) Son (D) Son-in-law K. Orange and Green? (A) Tree (B) Purple (C) Grass (D) Leaf neG 37. Pansy and Rose? (A) Bed (B) Violet (C) Plant (D) Red Ans : (C) Directions—Find out the correct answer in each of the questions from 36 to 40. Which one is the same as Arid. Shut and Fasten? (A) Window w.T 39. Which one is the same as Daisy.Ans : (C) 35. Parched and Droughty ? (A) Draft (B) Cow (C) Earth (D) Dry pre ss. Which one is the same as Yellow. com . Liver and Kidneys? (A) Heart (B) Intestines (C) Testis (D) Neck heO nli 38.
three words are given. That alternative is your answer. Hatred (A) Destruction (B) Envy (C) Human Characteristics (D) Quality heO nli neG K. 41–45) In each of the following questions. Fraud. Novel. Epic. Drama (A) Subject (B) Literature w. com . Under them four alternatives are provided.w ord pre ss. Wolf. 41.T 44. Gun. one of which expresses most effectively the general characteristic if these three words.(B) Door (C) Block (D) Iron Ans : (C) Directions—(Q. Truck (A) Speed (B) Rooms (C) Wheels (D) Transport Ans : (D) 42. Deer (A) Meat eater (B) Jungles (C) Mammals (D) Cruel Ans : (C) 43. Aeroplane. Train. Sword. Jealously. Pistol (A) Arms (B) Constable (C) Bullet (D) War Ans : (A) Ans : (C) ww 45. Leopard.
46. Trousers (A) Smart (B) Shirt (C) Dress (D) Tailor Ans : (C) ww 50.w ord pre ss. Iron.T heO nli 48.(C) Poetry (D) Knowledge Ans : (B) Directions—(Q. Mica (A) Rock (B) Minerals (C) Gold (D) Earth Ans : (B) Ans : (A) 49. Honesty. They are followed by four words. Identify that word. Chair (A) Bench (B) Furniture (C) Carpet (D) Office w. Credibility. Barley. com . Cap. Wheat. 46–50) In each of the following questions. one of which stands for the class to which these three words belong. Table. Rice (A) Food (B) Gram (C) Cereal (D) Agriculture Ans : (C) 47. Coat. three words are given. Stool. Reliability (A) Quality (B) Dependability (C) Charter (D) Nicety neG K. Coal.
there are two words and five alternative answers. Then find out the alternative whose two words have the same relation as in the two words given in question. com . Profit : Loss :: (A) Success : Failure (B) Rupee : Paisa (C) Whole : Part (D) Multiplication : Addition (E) Adult : Child Ans : (A) 54. Resignation : Office :: (A) Competition : Game (B) Illness : Hospital (C) Abdication : Throne (D) Moisture : Rain (E) Appointment : Interview pre ss.Ans : (B) Ans : (C) 52. In each of the alternative answers there are two words. Bunch : Key :: (A) Hound : Pack (B) Team : Competition (C) Beehive : Bee (D) Examination : Subject (E) Bouquet : Flower Ans : (E) 53.w ord 51. Directions—(Q. Supervisor : Worker :: (A) Junior : Senior (B) Superior : Inferior w. Sapling : Tree :: (A) Horse : Mare (B) Student: Teacher (C) Bud : Flower (D) Tree : Furniture (E) River : Brook Ans : (C) ww 55.T heO nli neG K. 51–60) For each of the following questions.
Water : Thirst :: (A) Food : Hunger (B) Sun : Energy (C) Appetite : Meal (D) Ice-cream : Cold (E) Poison : Death Ans : (A) ww 60. Paisa : Rupee :: (A) Kilogram : Quintal (B) Metre : Centimetre (C) Coin : Money (D) Weight : Ton (E) Rupee : Wealth Ans : (A) 58. Pulp : Paper :: (A) Wood : Table (B) Cloth : Shirt (C) Yarn : Fabric w. com . Malaria : Mosquito :: (A) Poison : Death (B) Rat : Plague (C) Epidemic : Bacteria (D) Cholera : Water (E) Medicine : Disease Ans : (D) 57.T heO nli neG K.w ord pre ss.(C) Elder : Younger (D) Debtor : Creditor (E) Officer : Clerk Ans : (E) 56. Poet : Verse :: (A) Prose : Novelist (B) Author : Book (C) Novel : Prose (D) Publication : Editor (E) Summary : Paraphrase Ans : (B) 59.
E) 62. 61–70) For each of the following questions. Brother-in-law and Sister (A) I (B) Youth (C) Female-companion (D) Wife (E) My (F) Beautiful Woman (G) Damsel (H) Sister-in-law Ans : (B. 61. Constable and Police (A) Clerk (B) Hospital (C) Medicine (D) Mother (E) Girl (F) Doctor (G) File (H) House Ans : (B. D) ww 65. High and Low (A) Far (B) Rent (C) Next (D) Near (E) Distance (F) Fair (G) Last (H) Clean w. F) 63.w ord pre ss.(D) Iron : Steel (E) Wood : Sawdust Ans : (C) Directions—(Q. Cold and Hot (A) January (B) Monday (C) Year (D) June (E) March (F) Thursday (G) Month (H) August Ans : (A. there are two words and eight alternative answers. Then find out two such alternatives the relation in which is the same as in the two words given in the beginning. G) 64. com .T heO nli neG K. Trees and Forest (A) Ocean (B) Page (C) Books (D) Study (E) Library (F) Ship (G) Boys (H) Classes Ans : (C.
H) 69. Unsuccess and Laziness (A) Study (B) Success (C) Day (D) School (E) Labour (F) Lazy (G) Game (H) Honesty Ans : (E. which satisfy the same relationship between the two groups of that pair. Compare two columns and find the pairs given below each question. H) Ans : (A.T 70. Oxygen and Man (A) Petrol (B) Stool (C) Carpenter (D) Sky (E) Driver (F) Wood (G) Water (H) Fish Ans : (G. Neat and Clean (A) Dirty (B) Tidy (C) Route (D) White (E) Wise (F) Ravi (G) Foul (H) Beauty heO nli neG K. Car and Garage (A) Horse (B) Grass (C) Bird (D) Water (E) Man (F) Stable (G) Animal (H) Hive Ans : (A. com .71–75) In each of the following two columns. B) 67. w.Ans : (A. Hand and Fingers (A) Foot (B) Eyes (C) Hat (D) Teeth (E) Head (F) Stomach (G) Nose (H) Hair Ans : (E. F) 68. D) 66.w ord pre ss. the groups of three words are given. G) ww Directions—(Q.
Apple. Cereals (R) Doctor. Banana. (A) BP (B) AQ (C) CR (D) EP ord Column II (P) Apple. Barley. Father (S) Cow. Writer.w 71. Sister. (A) CR (B) EQ (C) BQ (D) DS w. Painter. Table com . (A) BR (B) AT (C) CS (D) DP Ans : (C) 73. Army. Female (D) Teacher. Wheat. (A) DR (B) BR (C) ET (D) CS Ans : (A) 74.Ans : (D) 72. Mammal.T heO nli neG K. Civilian pre ss. (A) BS (B) AT (C) AQ (D) DQ Ans : (B) ww 75. Speaker (E) Stool. Animal (I) Soldier. Tomato (B) Seeds. Column I (A) Cereal. Furniture. Fruit (C) Mother. Fruit (Q) Wheat.
Ans : (B) Ans : (D) 77. Give answer (E) if the conclusions I and II both follow. Give answer (C) if either the conclusion I or the II follows. All faxes are jackals. II. w. Accept the given statements as true even if they are inconsistent with known facts and ignoring the universally known facts find out which conclusion follows logically from the given statements. Some swans are herons. neG K. Statements: Some pen are fire-works. Statements: All herons are parrots. heO nli 78. Give answer (D) if neither the conclusion I nor the II follows. Statements: Some bats are cats. Some dogs are bats. Conclusions: I. Some novelists are dramatists. Conclusions: I. Conclusions: I. Give answer (B) if only the conclusion II follows. pre ss. II. Some bats are dogs. II.w ord 76. com . Some cats are dogs.T 79. Some toys are fire-works. Some faxes are jackals. II. No parrot is swan. Some alligators are jackals. Conclusions: I. All fire-works are toys. 76-100) In the following each question there are two statements and two conclusions I and II there-after are given. Statements: All writers are novelists. Statements: All faxes are alligators. No heron is swan. Some toys are men. Directions—(Q. Give answer (A) if only the conclusion I follows. Ans : (E) Ans : (A) Ans : (D) ww 80.
II. Introducing Priyanka.” How is Narendra related to the mother of the child? (A) Daughter (B) Sister (C) Maternal grand mother (D) Aunt (E) None of these ord 81.” How is the lady related to Kaushal ? (A) Sister (B) Maternal aunt (C) Niece (D) Cousin (E) None of these neG K.Conclusions: I. “The brother of this child’s mother. com . Ans : (D) Ans : (A) Ans : (E) Ans : (C) ww Ans : (A) w. Gaurav said. Pointing to a lady in the photograph Kaushal said. “She is the wife of the only son of my father’s father. “She is the daughter of the daughter of the only son of my grand father. Some dramatists are novelists. Pointing to Manju. Pointing to a picture of a child Narendra says.w 82.T 84.” How is Manju related to Gaurav ? (A) Mother (B) Sister (C) Aunt (D) Sister-in-law (E) None of these heO nli 83. Some writers are dramatists. is the only son of my mother’s father. Saroj says that her mother is the only daughter of my mother. How is Saroj related to Priyanka ? (A) Mother (B) Sister (C) Daughter (D) Aunt (E) None of these pre ss.
” How is the husband of the lady related to the man in the photograph? (A) Maternal grand son (B) Nephew (C) Son (D) Maternal grand father (E) None of these pre ss. “Rajeev’s grand father is the only son of my father. A lady pointing to a man in photograph says. 85. Mahendra says. a woman says. “The sister of the son of this man is my mother-in-law. “The only son of her mother is my father.” How is the man related to that lady? (A) Husband (B) Son (C) Father (D) Maternal uncle (E) None of these com . A lady pointing to a man in a photograph says.T Ans : (C) heO 88.” How is Mahendra related to the woman ? (A) Nephew (B) Brother (C) Son w. Pointing a woman. Kamini says.” How is the man related to the woman ? (A) Uncle (B) Father (C) Maternal uncle (D) Uncle (E) None of these nli neG 87.w ord 86.Ans : (E) Ans : (A) Ans : (D) ww 89.” How is Kamini related to Rajeev ? (A) Daughter (B) Sister (C) Niece (D) Grand mother (E) None of these K. “The father of his brother is the only son of my maternal grand father. “He is the only son of my mother’s mother. Introducing a man.
“Her mother is the only daughter of my mother’s mother.” How is Kalpna related to Arjun ? (A) Daughter (B) Niece (C) Wife (D) Daughter-in-law (E) None of these Ans : (C) Ans : (D) ww Ans : (D) w.w 91.T 93. Pointing to a man Snehlata says. then which of the following relations will show that Q is the maternal uncle of P ? (A) Q x R ÷ P (B) Q ÷ R – P (C) P x R – Q (D) P ÷ R – Q (E) None of these heO nli 92.” How is Madhurendra related to the lady? (A) Nephew (B) Uncle (C) Maternal uncle (D) Brother (E) None of these neG Ans : (E) K. Madhurendra said. Pointing to a lady in photograph.(D) Grandson (E) None of these Ans : (A) 90. “She is the only daughter of my father-in-law. com .” How is Snehlata related to the man ? (A) Mother (B) Grand daughter (C) Niece (D) Sister (E) None of these ord pre ss. Arjun says. P ÷ Q means ‘P is the son of Q’ and ‘P – Q’ means ‘P is the sister of Q’ . Pointing to Kalpna. “He is the only son of my father’s father. If P x Q means— ‘P is the brother of Q’.
” How is the woman related to the lady? (A) Mother (B) Sister (C) Friend (D) Aunt (E) None of these com .w ord 95. ÷ means –.” How is the man related to the woman in a photograph? (A) Uncle (B) Maternal cousin (C) Nephew (D) Grand son (E) None of these pre ss. – means ÷ and ÷ means –. A lady pointing to a woman in a photograph says. then— 16 x 2 ÷ 4 + 7 – 8 = ? (A) 31 (B) 29/2 (C) 43/2 w. 94.T Ans : (E) heO 97. Pointing to a woman in a photograph a man says. If + means x. – means x. then— 12 – 4 x 7 + 8 ÷ 5 = ? (A) 51 (B) 45 (C) 34 (D) 64 (E) None of these nli neG 96. “She is the only daughter of my father-inlaw. If – means ÷. + means x and x means +. x means +. “Her mother’s mother is the mother of my father. + means ÷ and ÷ means + then— 13 – 12 ÷ 400 + 20 x 100 = ? (A) 1/1760 (B) 76 (C) 176 (D) 186 (E) None of these K. If x means –.Ans : (E) Ans : (B) Ans : (B) ww 98.
then— 48 x 4 ÷ 7 + 8 – 2 = ? (A) 3 (B) –5 (C) 35 (D) 16 (E) None of these ord pre ss. x means ÷ and ÷ means +. ÷ means –. If + means ÷. If + means –.(D) 15 (E) None of these Ans : (B) 99. com . then— 64 + 8 ÷ 6 – 4 x 2 = ? (A) 34 (B) 16 (C) –14 (D) 24 (E) None of these Ans : (C) ww w. – means x and x means +.T heO nli neG Type Ans : (A) K.w 100. – means x.
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