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PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD

Test of Reasoning
ALPHABETICAL REASONING-MKTR-1

Q.1. ABC : XYZ : : POT : ?
a) KLG b) LKG c) MLQ d) SRW

Q.2. GO: FHNP : : OK : NPJL : : YES : ?
a) XYZABC b) XZDFRT c) RTFDZX d) ZXFDTR

Q.3. CI : GH : : ? : EF
a)BH b) DF c) RM d) AD

Q.4. BY: BY : : LMN : MNO : : PQRS : ?
a) QRST b) STUV c) KJIH d) HIJK

Q.5. If MENS is written as SNEM; BOYS is written as SYOB then how will you write GIRL ?
a) RILG b) LRGI c) LIRG d) LRIG

Q.6. If COW= 40; IS= 26; GOD= ?
a) 55 b) 25 c) 35 d) 45

Q.7. If COME= 36; HERE= 36; GO= 16 SUN= ?
a) 27 b) 54 c) 13.5 d) 12.5

Q.8. If ABC= 84; IS= 54; GOOD= 145 then START= ?
a) 208 b) 205 c) 308 d) 245

Q.9. If PARA = 144; MOUNT= 415; PARAMOUNT = ?
a) 549 b) 569 c) 1071 d) 1171

Q.10. If RAAP = 72; TNOUM = 166; PARAMOUNT = ?
a) 238 b) 248 c) 336 d) 452

Q.11. If PRAC is written as ACPR; RAIN is written as AINR then how will you write GIRL in
the same Code ?
a) GILR b) LRGI c) LIRG d) LRIG

Q.12. If PRAC is written as ACPR; RAIN is written as LKYT then how will you write RISE ?
a) CUJT b) CUGT c) TGUC d) CUTG
Q.13. If PRACTISE is written as ACEIPRST; RAINBOWS is written as INSORAWB then how
will you write TEACHING in the same Code ?
a) ACEGHINT b) ACGITENH c) GITENHAC d) ACGINHTE

Q.14. If PRACTISE is written as ACEIPRST; RAINBOWS is written as ABINORSW then how
will you write TEACHING in the same Code ?
a) ACEGHINT b) ACGITENH c) GITENHAC d) ACGINHTE

Q.15. Odd one out
a) PRACTISE b) RAINBOWS c) GUIDANCE d) TEACHING

Q.16. Odd one out
a) SKY b) TRY c) FRY d) CRY

Q.17. Odd one out
a) AUGUST b) JANUARY c) MAY d) MARCH

Q.18. Find the next letter in the series:-
A, CD, GHI, MNOP, UVWXY, ?
a) ZABCDE b) EFGHIJ c) FGHIJK d) DEFGHI

Q.19. Find the next letter in the series:-
AB, ZZ, XW, US, QN, LH, ?
a) AF b) BF c) FA d) EB

Q.20. Find the next letter in the series:-
B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, ?
a) O b) P c) Q d) U

Q.21. Which alphabet is 9
th
to the left of 21
st
letter counting to your right, if the letters are
arranged serially ?
a) O b) L c) D d) E

Q.22. Which alphabet is 9
th
to the left of 21
st
letter counting to your right, if the letters are
arranged in reverse order?
a) O b) L c) D d) E

Q.23. Which alphabet is 9
th
to the left of 11
th
letter counting to your left, if the letters are
written in reverse order ?
a) G b) B c) Y d) T

Q.24. How many pairs of letters are there in the word 'COUPLES' which have as many
letters between them as in the english alphabet ?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4

Q.25. How many pairs of letters are there in the word 'SEPARATED' which have as many
letters between them as in the english alphabet ?
a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) 7

Q.26. How many pairs of letters are there in the word 'SEPARATED' which have as many
letters between them as in the english alphabet but in the same order ?
a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) 7

Q.27. How many meaningful words can be from the letters P, T. S and O by using all 4
letters using a letter once only?
a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) 6

Q.28. How many meaningful words can be made from 'DETERMINATION' by using a letter
as many times as it appears in the word given above without changing the order of the
letters ?
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5

Q.29. How many letter/s will remain same when the word 'DETERMINATION' is arranged
in ascending order ?
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3

Q.30. How many letter/s will remain same when the word 'DETERMINATION' is arranged
in descending order ?
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3











PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
Test of Reasoning
CODING-DECODING-I

Q.1. If MENS is written as UPGO; BOYS is written as UAQD then how will you write GIRL
in the same Code ?
a) NTKI b) TNKI c) IKTN d) KINT

Q.2. If MENS is written as GOUP; BOYS is written as QDUA then how will you write GIRL
in the same Code ?
a) NTKI b) TNKI c) IKTN d) KINT

Q.3. If MENS is written as NGQW; BOY is written as CQB then how will you write GIRLS
in the same Code ?
a) HKUXP b) TNUML c) HKUPX d) LMUNT

Q.4. If GREAT is written as GZVIT; HORSES is written as HVHILS and LIONS is written as
HMLRO then how will you write GIRLS in the same Code ?
a) TRIOH b) HOIRT c) GOIRS d) GORIS

Q.5. If TIGER is written as TGIKV and LIONS is written as UPQKN then how will you write
GREAT in the same Code ?
a) TAERG b) VCGTI c) ITGCV d) GZVIT

Q.6. If APPLE is written as BRSPJ; BANANA is written as CCQESG and LIONS is written as
MKRRX then how will you write WOMEN in the same Code ?
a) AANNV b) IAJMV c) XQPIS d) VMJAI

Q.7. If RISE is written as 8915; RAIN is written as 8094 and LIONS is written as 29741 and
NICE is written as 4935 then how will you write GIRLS in the same Code ?
a) 79821 b) 67982 c) 69812 d) 69821

Q.8. If RISE is written as @ # $ &; RAIN is written as @ + # % and LIONS is written as ? # = %
$ and NICE is written as % # x & then how will you write GIRLS in the same Code ?
a) ! # $ @ $ b) % # @ ? $ c) * # @ ? $ d) > # ? @ $

Q.9. If RISE is written as JSFT; GLOBAL is written as MHCPMB and GOLDEN is written as
PHEMOF then how will you write GIRL in the same Code ?
a) JHMS b) NTKI c) MSJH d) SMHJ

Q.10.If RISE is written as FJST; GLOBAL is written as BCHMMP and GOLDEN is written as
EFHMOP then how will you write GIRLS in the same Code ?
a) HJMST b) HNTKI c) TMSJH d) NSMHJ

Q.11. If PRAC is written as ACPR; RAIN is written as AINR then how will you write GIRL in
the same Code ?
a) GILR b) LRGI c) LIRG d) LRIG

Q.12. If PRAC is written as ACPR; RAIN is written as LKYT then how will you write RISE in
the same Code ?
a) CUJT b) CUGT c) TGUC d) CUTG

Q.13. If PRACTISE is written as ACEIPRST; RAINBOWS is written as INSORAWB then how
will you write TEACHING in the same Code ?
a) ACEGHINT b) ACGITENH c) GITENHAC d) ACGINHTE

Q.14. If PRACTISE is written as ACEIPRST; RAINBOWS is written as ABINORSW then how
will you write TEACHING in the same Code ?
a) ACEGHINT b) ACGITENH c) GITENHAC d) ACGINHTE

Q.15. If RISE is written as 9915; RAIN is written as 9195 and LIONS is written as 39651 and
JULY is written as 1337 then how will you write KAPUR in the same Code ?
a) 27981 b) 67982 c) 21739 d) 29821

Q.16. If APPLE is written as ZNMHZ; BANANA is written as AYKWIU and LIONS is written
as KGLJN then how will you write WOMEN in the same Code ?
a) AANNV b) IAJMV c) XQPIS d) VMJAI

Q.17. If APPLE is written as EQQMI; BANANA is written as CEPEPE and LIONS is written as
MOUPT then how will you write HATED in the same Code ?
a) JEVIF b) IAJMV c) SZGVW d) VMJAI

Q.18. If water is called black, black is called tree, tree is called blue, blue is called rain, rain
is called pink, pink is called fish, then what is the color of sky ?
a) Tree b) Fish c) Rain d) Water

Q.19. If air is called water, water is called green, green is called dust, dust is called yellow,
yellow is called cloud, cloud is called sea, then where do fishes live ?
a) green b) sea c) blue d) Water

Q.20. In a certain code 'oka peru' means Fine Cloth, 'meta lisa' means Clear water, and
'dona lisa peru' means Fine clear weather then what is the code for weather ?
a) dona b) lisa c) oka d) peru

Q.21. In a certain code 'tom Kum Sud' means Dogs are barking, 'Kum jo mop' means Dogs
and horses, and 'mat tom ko' means Donkeys are mad then what is the code for Donkey ?
a) mat b) ko c) tom d) Can't say

Q.22. In a certain code CLERK is written as EOIWQ and TABLE is written as VDFQK then
how will FEDCB will be written in the same code ?
a) HHHHH b) HGHIJ c) JIHGH d) GGGGG

Q.23. In a certain code ABC is written as XYZ and COWS is written as ZLTP then how will
LIONS will be written in the same code ?
a) HEKJN b) HGHIJ c) MLTUB d) IFLKP

Q.24. In a certain code ABC is written as XYZ and COWS is written as HDLX then how will
LIONS will be written in the same code ?
a) HEKJN b) HMLRO c) MLTUB d) IFLKP

Q.25. In a certain code MAY is written as 5 and APRIL is written as 7 and JUNE is written as
6 then how will OCTOBER will be written in the same code ?
a) 9 b) 10 c) 7 d) 1


MKTR-2-Coding Decoding-I














PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
Test of Reasoning
SYLLOGISM
1. Statement I : Some Books are Pen
II : No Pen is copy

Conclusion I : No Book is Copy
II : No copy is Pen
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Neither I nor II e) None of these
2. Statement I : Some Books are Pen
II : All Pen are copy

Conclusion I : Some Books are Copy
II : Some copy are Pen
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Neither I nor II e) None of these
3. Statement I : All Books are Pen
II : All Pen are copy

Conclusion I : All Books are Copy
II : All copies are Pen
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Neither I nor II e) None of these
4. Statement I : Some cars are Buses
II : Some vans are Buses

Conclusion I : Some cars are Vans
II : some cars are Buses
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Neither I nor II e) None of these
5. Statement I : Some cars are Buses
II : Some vans are Buses

Conclusion I : Some cars are not Vans
II : some cars are not Buses
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Neither I nor II e) None of these
6. Statement I : Some cars are Buses
II : Some vans are Buses

Conclusion I : Some cars are Vans
II : No Van is car
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Neither I nor II e) None of these

7. Statement I : No Boy is girl
II : No Girl is Fool

Conclusion I : No Boy is Fool
II : Some Fools are Boy
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Either I or II e) None of these
8. Statement I : Some Politicians are Fools
II : Aravind is a Politician

Conclusion I : Aravind is Fool
II : Some Fools are politician
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Either I or II e) None of these
9. Statement I : Some Politicians are Fools
II : Some Fools are Corrupt

Conclusion I : Some Fools are not Corrupt
II : Some Fools are politician
a) only I b) Only II c) Both I & II d) Either I or II e) None of these
10. Statement I : Some Politicians are Fools
II : Some Fools are corrupt
III : Some Corrupt are Honest

Conclusion I : Some Fools are Politician
II : Some Fools are Corrupt
III: No Corrupt is Fool
IV : Some Honest are fool
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either II or III e) None of these
11. Statement I : Some Politicians are Fools
II : Some Fools are corrupt
III : No corrupt is Honest

Conclusion I : Some Fools are Politician
II : Some Fools are not Politician
III: No Honest is Corrupt
IV : Some Corrupt are Fool
a) only I & III b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) All follow e) None of these

12. Statement I : Some Politicians are Fools
II : Some Fools are corrupt
III : Some corrupt are Honest
Conclusion I : Some Fools are Honest
II : Some Politicians are Corrupt
III: No Corrupt is Fool
IV : Some Honest are fool
a) only I & III b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) None follow e) All follow
13. Statement I : All Jokers are Actors
II : All Actors are Star
III : All Star are Celeberity

Conclusion I : All Jokers are Celeberity
II : All Actors are Celeberity
III: All Star are Jokers
IV : Some Celeberity are not Jokers
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either II or III e) None of these
14. Statement I : All Jokers are Actors
II : Some Actors are Star
III : No Star is Celeberity

Conclusion I : Some Jokers are Celeberity
II : No Actor is Celeberity
III: Some Star are Jokers
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either II or III e) None of these
15. Statement I : Some People are Employee
II : Some Employee are Honest
III : No Honest is corrupt

Conclusion I : Some People are Honest
II : No Employee is corrupt
III: No people is Honest
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either I or III e) None of these
16. Statement I : Some Pen are Copy
II : No Copy is Book
III : No Book is Desk

Conclusion I : No Pen is Book
II : No Copy is Desk
III: Some Copies are not Desk
IV: Some Books are Pen
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either I or III e)Either I or IV and III

17. Statement I : Some Keys are Locks
II : All Locks are Doors
III : No Door is Gate

Conclusion I : Some Doors are not Locks
II : No Key is Gate
III: Some Keys are not Gates
IV: Some Keys are Gates
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either I or III e)Either II or IV and III
18. Statement I : No Tiger is Lion
II : No Lion is Snake
III : No Snake is Cobra

Conclusion I : No Tiger is Cobra
II : No Tiger is Snake
III: Some Cobras are Tiger
IV : Some Tigers are Snake
a) None b) Only I & II c) Either II or IV & Either I or III d) Either I or III e) Either IIor IV

19. Statement I : Some Birds are Aves
II : All Aves are Honest
III : No Honest is corrupt

Conclusion I : Some Honest are not Aves
II : Some Corrupt are not Birds
III: No Corrupt is Honest
a) only I & II b) Only II & III c) only I, II & III d) Either I or III e)Either II or IV
20. Statement I : All Crops are Cereals
II : All Fruits are Cereals
III: All Vegetables are Cereals

Conclusion I : Some Crops are Fruits
II : Some Fruits are Vegetables
III: Some Cereals are Crops
IV : Some Vegetables are Cereals
a) only III & IV b) Only II & IV c) only I, II & III d) Either I or III e)Either II or IV




TEST OF REASONING -MKTR-4
NUMERICAL CLASSIFICATION (Odd One Out)
Direction(1-10) : Following are the numbers, not necessarily in the sequence.Pick the
number that does not fit into the group or has some special feature in comparison to the
rest of the numbers.
Q.1. 2 4 8 10 12 14 16 18
a) 2 b) 4 c) 8 d) 12 e) 16

Q.2. 1 4 8 64 125 216 1000
a) 1 b) 4 c) 8 d) 125 e) 216

Q.3. 80 100 120 360 440 840 1680
a) 80 b) 100 c) 120 d) 360 e) 440

Q.4. 18 90 27 45 63 72 54
a) 18 b) 90 c) 27 d) 63 e) 90

Q.5. 35 77 105 175 84 205 154
a) 77 b) 105 c) 84 d) 205 e) 154

Q.6. 77 110 175 132 231 154
a) 77 b) 175 c) 132 d) 205 e) 154

Q.7. 123 234 357 468 235 342 531
a) 123 b) 357 c) 468 d) 235 e) 531

Q.8. 123 235 357 426 415 347 538
a) 123 b) 357 c) 426 d) 235 e) 538

Q.9. 123 224 326 428 414 339 515
a) 123 b) 326 c) 428 d) 224 e) 515

Q.10. 61 71 73 83 91 101 103
a) 61 b) 71 c) 73 d) 91 e) 103

Q.11. 1 100 1000000 10 1000 10000
a) 1 b) 121 c) 10 d) 1000 e) 1000000

Q.12. 25-41 37-38 83-99 183-83 29-93 10-37 100-51
a) 10-37 b) 37-38 c) 183-83 d) 100-51 e) 73-89
Q.13. 851 725 149 634 491 158 554
a) 851 b) 725 c) 1490 d) 634 e) 554

Q.14. 81 121 441 576 729 196 1024
a) 81 b) 121 c) 441 d) 729 e) 1024

Q.15. 169 289 841 961 529 729
a) 169 b) 289 c) 841 d) 529 e) 729

Q.16. 25-26 37-38 83-91 183-83 29-93 10-37 100-225
a) 10-37 b) 37-38 c) 183-83 d) 25-26 e) 100-225

Q.17. 3-5 5-7 7-9 7-11 11-13 13-17 17-19
a) 3-5 b) 5-7 c) 7-9 d) 13-17 e) 17-19

Q.18. 36-72 27-63 37-73 48-84 58-85 13-39 17-43
a) 37-73 b) 58-85 c) 37-73 d) 13-39 e) 17-39

Q.19. 36-72 27-63 37-73 48-84 58-94 13-39 17-53
a) 37-73 b) 58-85 c) 37-73 d) 13-39 e) 17-39

Q.20. 36-72 27-63 37-73 48-84 58-94 13-39 17-39
a) 37-73 b) 58-85 c) 37-73 d) 13-39 e) 17-39

Q.21. 11 101 111 1001 1010 10010
a) 11 b) 101 c) 111 d) 1001 e) 10010

Q.22. 25-125 16-64 9-27 1-1 2-8 36-216 64-512
a) 25-125 b) 16-64 c) 9-27 d) 1-1 e) 2-8

Q.23. 6 15 35 77 132 221 327
a) 6 b) 15 c) 132 d) 35 e) 327

Q.24. 123 234 456 567 678 789 8910
a) 123 b) 234 c) 456 d) 789 e) 8910

Q.25. 303 413 844 961 523 725 651 541
a) 303 b) 413 c) 844 d) 961 e) 651

MKTR-4-Numerical Classification
PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
TEST OF REASONING -MKTR-5
ANALOGY ( NUMERICAL )

Q.1. 18 : 81 : : 16 : ?
a) 62 b) 64 c) 160 d) 80

Q.2. 18 : 81 : : 16 : ?
a) 42 b) 62 c) 49 d) 80

Q.3. 10 : 25 : : 20 : ?
a) 40 b) 60 c) 80 d) 100

Q.4. 24 : 36 : : 64 : ?
a) 72 b) 52 c) 80 d) 100

Q.5. 24 : 36 : : 64 : ?
a) 72 b) 82 c) 92 d) 96

Q.6. 48 : 48 : : 68 : ?
a) 18 b) 28 c) 38 d) 48

Q.7. 48 : 48 : : 68 : ?
a) 36 b) 82 c) 56 d) 74

Q.8. 48 : 48 : : 68 : ?
a) 64 b) 72 c) 96 d) 76

Q.9. 24 : 24 : : 48 : ?
a) 58 b) 88 c) 108 d) 128

Q.10. 34 : 43 : : 35 : ?
a) 52 b) 54 c) 43 d) 45

Q.11. 76 : 13 : : 95 : ?
a) 24 b) 28 c) 43 d) 56

Q.12. 7 : 56 : : 9 : ?
a) 62 b) 76 c) 80 d) 90

Q.13. 2 : 4 : : 4 : ?
a) 22 b) 32 c) 42 d) 52

Q.14. 2 : 4 : : 4 : ?
a) 42 b) 46 c) 48 d) 52

Q.15. 3 : 30 : : 4 : ?
a) 68 b) 66 c) 64 d) 62

Q.16. 3 : 30 : : 4 : ?
a) 65 b) 66 c) 67 d) 60

Q.17. 3 : 30 : : 4 : ?
a) 60 b) 120 c) 260 d) 360

Q.18. 2 : 4 : : 4 : ?
a) 40 b) 50 c) 60 d) 70

Q.19. 4 : 32 : : 8 : ?
a) 160 b) 216 c) 256 d) 360

Q.20. 2 : 12 : : 4 : ?
a) 40 b) 50 c) 60 d) 80

Q.21. 7 : 1 : : 13 : ?
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3

Q.22. 4 : 64 : : 5 : ?
a) 60 b) 120 c) 80 d) 36

Q.23. 24 : 20 : : 48 : ?
a) 60 b) 50 c) 30 d) 80

Q.24. 44 : 32 : : 88 : ?
a) 128 b) 256 c) 216 d) 74

Q.25. 8 : 16 : : 20 : ?
a) 25 b) 50 c) 100 d) 200
MKTR-5-N.R. Analogy


PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
TEST OF REASONING -MKTR-6
NUMBER SERIES- Part I

Direction(1-30) : Following are the numbers in the sequence. Find the number that does not
fit into the series that comes logically/numerically at the place of Question Mark.

Q.1. 2 6 12 20 30 42 56 ?
a) 72 b) 74 c) 80 d) 82 e) 86

Q.2. 1 2 9 28 65 126 217 ?
a) 144 b) 244 c) 344 d) 441 e) 484

Q.3. 15 27 45 69 99 135 ?
a) 180 b) 185 c) 177 d) 192 e) 196

Q.4. 18 49 42 73 66 97 90 ?
a) 118 b) 83 c) 121 d) 111 e) 97

Q.5. 1 1 4 8 9 27 16 64 25 ?
a) 49 b) 125 c) 64 d) 100 e) 216

Q.6. 61 67 71 73 79 83 ?
a) 87 b) 89 c) 91 d) 85 e) 93

Q.7. 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 ?
a) 87 b) 89 c) 91 d) 85 e) 93

Q.8. 1 2 2 4 8 32 ?
a) 64 b) 128 c) 256 d) 324 e) 512

Q.9. 1 1 2 6 24 120 ?
a) 164 b) 720 c) 480 d) 840 e) 360

Q.10. 2 2 6 30 210 ?
a) 1470 b) 840 c) 1260 d) 1890 e) 1360

Q.11. 2 5 12 27 58 121 ?
a) 240 b) 248 c) 260 d) 245 e) 242

Q.12. 61 71 91 121 161 201 ?
a) 261 b) 271 c) 251 d) 241 e) 281

Q.13. 61 71 86 96 116 126 151 161 ?
a) 171 b) 181 c) 191 d) 201 e) 211

Q.14. 2 10 26 50 82 122 170 ?
a) 181 b) 197 c) 226 d) 290 e) 224


Q.15. 3 15 35 63 99 143 195 ?
a) 257 b) 255 c) 256 d) 323 e) 325

Q.16. 2 6 12 36 72 216 432 ?
a) 1240 b) 864 c) 1296 d) 1696 e) 1728

Q.17. 2 12 36 80 150 252 ?
a) 394 b) 396 c) 392 d) 292 e) 294

Q.18. 0 4 18 48 100 180 ?
a) 394 b) 396 c) 392 d) 292 e) 294

Q.19. 2 17 50 101 170 257 ?
a) 381 b) 324 c) 362 d) 390 e) 360

Q.20. 2 3 10 29 66 127 218 ?
a) 257 b) 245 c) 256 d) 345 e) 325

Q.21. 245 180 125 80 45 20 ?
a) 25 b) 20 c) 15 d) 10 e) 5

Q.22. 1 2 3 6 9 18 27 54 ?
a) 72 b) 36 c) 63 d) 90 e) 81

Q.23. 5 6 9 15 25 40 ?
a) 60 b) 61 c) 62 d) 63 e) 64

Q.24. 1 3 4 8 15 27 50 ?
a) 90 b) 91 c) 92 d) 82 e) 102

Q.25. 3 4 7 7 13 13 21 22 31 34 ?
a) 31 b) 33 c) 41 d) 43 e) 34

Q.26. 3 3 5 10 13 39 43 ?
a) 172 b) 47 c) 176 d) 129 e) 215

Q.27. 2 1 2 4 4 5 6 7 8 8 10 11 ?
a) 10 b) 11 c) 12 d) 13 e) 14

Q.28. 13 35 57 79 911 1113 ?
a) 1111 b) 1311 c) 1315 d) 1213 e) 1314

Q.29. 16 8 8 12 24 60 180 630 ?
a) 1890 b) 2205 c) 1260 d) 2520 e) 3150

Q.30. 3 7 16 41 90 211 380 669 ?
a) 1130 b) 930 c) 1030 d) 1100 e) 1020
MKTR-6- Number Series


PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
TEST OF REASONING -MKTR-7
NUMBER SERIES- Part II

Direction(1-28) : Following are the numbers in the sequence. Find the number that does not
fit into the series that comes logically/numerically at the place of Question Mark.

Q.1. 2 6 30 260 ?
a) 2530 b) 3130 c) 3120 d) 2130 e) 2360

Q.2. 10 18 51 100 297 592 1773 ?
a) 3044 b) 3544 c) 3844 d) 3146 e) 3184

Q.3. 15 16 24 33 97 122 ?
a) 180 b) 238 c) 148 d) 338 e) 148

Q.4. 1 2 12 63 316 1705 ?
a) 8705 b) 10446 c) 10230 d) 11446 e) 8650

Q.5. 2 6 13 24 41 68 113 ?
a) 149 b) 192 c) 164 d) 292 e) 216

Q.6. 2 6 15 28 55 78 119 ?
a) 112 b) 132 c) 152 d) 192 e) 196

Q.7. 11 5 4 4.5 7 15 42 143.5 ?
a) 574 b) 578 c) 570 d) 570.5 e) 561.5

Q.8. 1 2 9 50 357 3213 ?
a) 35354 b) 32140 c) 25600 d) 32404 e) 35534

Q.9. 6 20 36 48 50 36 ?
a) 0 b) 20 c) 48 d) 50 e) 6

Q.10. 52 47 24 11.5 72 67 34 ?
a) 14.5 b) 15.5 c) 16.5 d) 17.5 e) 18.5

Q.11. 71 79 89 97 17 97 98 ?
a) 71 b) 79 c) 89 d) 99 e) 98

Q.12. 2 3 10 39 172 885 ?
a) 2610 b) 4346 c) 4450 d) 6346 e) 5346



Q.13. 1 6 9 52 235 1374 ?
a) 6569 b) 7579 c) 9667 d) 8569 e) 9569

Q.14. 2 7 23 73 227 697 ?
a) 2123 b) 2100 c) 2094 d) 1410 e) 2099

Q.15. 2 2 3 6 15 45 157.5 ?
a) 315 b) 787.5 c) 256 d) 630 e) 551.25

Q.16. 7 9 15 33 87 249 ?
a) 635 b) 535 c) 735 d) 462 e) 1386

Q.17. 6 14 34 86 226 614 ?
a) 1635 b) 1714 c) 1650 d) 1842 e) 1814

Q.18. 2 2 6 10 12 30 20 68 30 ?
a) 120 b) 125 c) 130 d) 150 e) 222

Q.19. 1 5 17 43 89 161 ?
a) 269 b) 218 c) 308 d) 265 e) 341

Q.20. 7 20 39 68 105 148 ?
a) 257 b) 245 c) 256 d) 345 e) 201

Q.21. 40 25 35 85 360 ?
a) 2905 b) 2180 c) 2910 d) 2185 e) 1605

Q.22. 3 7 12 17 20 17 ?
a) 12 b) 8 c) 3 d) 0 e) -15

Q.23. 4 6 9 18 36 90 225 ?
a) 600 b) 615 c) 625 d) 630 e) 675

Q.24. 480 80 16 4 4/3 2/3 ?
a) 2 b) 3/2 c) 1/3 d) 2/3 e) 1/6

Q.25. 1 2 3 7 15 24 51 67 131 ?
a) 156 b) 153 c) 141 d) 158 e) 256




Q.26. 3 12 27 48 75 108 ?
a) 172 b) 147 c) 176 d) 129 e) 215

Q.27. 1 4 2 8 6 24 22 88 ?
a) 66 b) 76 c) 86 d) 96 e) 352

Q.28. 1 10 11 100 101 111 1000 ?
a) 1111 b) 1011 c) 1100 d) 1011 e) 1001

Q.29. 4 12 33 128 381 1520 ?
a) 4557 b) 6076 c) 4556 d) 3038 e) 3557

Q.30. 4 10 24 70 144 430 ?
a) 1288 b) 860 c) 864 d) 860 e) 1294







MKTR-7- Number Series-II





















PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
TEST OF REASONING
BLOOD RELATION-MKTR-8

Q.1. Pointing to a photograph a man said to a woman 'He is the only son of your mother's
father'. How is the photograph related to the woman?
a) Brother b) Uncle(paternal) c) Uncle(maternal) d) Grandfather's brother

Q.2. A girl introduced a boy as the son of the only daughter of the father of her maternal
uncle. The boy to the girl is related as
a) Brother b) Son c) Uncle d) Son-in-law

Q.3. Pointing to a photograph a woman says 'This man's son's wife is my mother in law'.
How is the woman's husband related to the man in photograph ?
a) Grandson b)Son c) Son-in-law d) Nephew

Q.4. Pointing to a photograph a man said 'He is the son of the daughter of the father of my
brother'. How is the man related to the man in the photograph?
a) Grandson b) Son c) Son-in-law d) Nephew

Q.5. Dharmendra said ' This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother'. How is
Dharmendra related to the Girl ?
a) Daughter in- law b) Son- in- law c) Father-in-law d) Nephew

Q.6. A is father of B. C is son of B. D is brother of E. C is brother of E. what is B to E ?
a) Father b) Grandfather c) Mother d) Can't say

Q.7. A is father of B. C is son of B. D is brother of E. C is brother of E. How is A related to E ?
a) Father b) Grandfather(paternal) c) Grandfather(maternal) d) Either b or c

Q.8. A is father of B. C is son of B. D is brother of E. C is brother of E. what is E to C ?
a) Brother b) Sister c) Either a or b d) Father

Q.9. R is brother of K. O is father of R. J is brother of P. P is the daughter of K. S is father of P.
What is O to P ?
a) Father b) Grandfather(paternal) c) Grandfather(maternal) d) Either b or c

Q.10. R is brother of K. O is father of R. J is brother of P. P is the daughter of K. S is father of P.
Who is uncle of J ?
a) S b) R c) O d) Can't say


Directions(Q.11-15) : Read the information/conditions carefully and answer the questions
given below it:
If A + B = A is father of B
A - B = A is wife of B
A x B = A is brother of B
A % B = A is daughter of B

Q.11. If PxR -Q, which of the following is true ?
a) P is brother in law of Q b)P is brother of Q c) P is uncle of Q d) P is father of Q

Q.12. If P + R % Q, then which of the following is true ?
a) P is brother of Q b)P is son of Q c) P is husband of Q d) P is father of Q

Q.13. If P % R +Q, then which of the following is true ?
a) P is father of Q b)P is brother of Q c) P is mother of Q d) P is sister of Q

Q.14. If P x R + Q, then which of the following is true ?
a) P is uncle of Q b)P is son of Q c) P is brother in law of Q d) P is father of Q

Q.15. If P - R x Q, then which of the following is true ?
a) P is sister of Q b) Q is husband of P c) P is sister in law of Q d) Q is son of P

Directions(Q.16-20):Read the information/conditions carefully and answer the questions
given below it:
If A + B = A is father of B
A B = A is husband of B
A x B = B is the son of A
A % B = B is daughter of A
A * B = A is brother of B

Q.16. If P+Q-R x S*T, then what is P to T?
a) Father b) Grandfather (paternal) c) Grandfather(maternal) d) Either b or c

Q.17. If L x M-N x O*T, then what is L to O ?
a) Father b) Grandfather c) Grandmother d) Either b or c

Q.18. If L x M-N x O*T, then what is T to L ?
a) Father b) Grandson c) Granddaughter d) Either b or c

Q.19. If F % G x H+K-I, then what is G to K ?
a) Father b) Grandfather c) Grandmother d) Either b or c


Q.20. If F % G x H+K-I, then what is F to H ?
a)Grandmother(paternal) b) Grandfather(maternal) c)Grandmother(maternal) d)Either b or c

Directions(Q.21-23) : In a family of 6 persons, there are 3 brothers, 2 fathers, 1 mother, 1
sister, 2 Grandchildren and 1 uncle. D is father of A and grandfather of F. C is sister of F. B is
brother of E's husband.
Q.21. Who is mother ?
a) E b) A c) C d) F
Q. 22. Who are fathers ?
a) D & B b) A & B c) A & D d) D & E

Q. 23. Who are brothers ?
a) ABF b) BDF c) ADF d) Either a or b

Q. 24. What is E to F ?
a) Daughter b) Mother c) Grandmother d) Can't say

Q.25. What is B to C ?
a) Uncle b) Cousin c) Nephew d) Can't say

Q. 26. In a group of 3 females, there are two mothers and two daughters then what is the
relation between oldest to youngest ?
a) Granddaughter b) Mother c) Grandmother d) Can't say

Q. 27. In a group of females there are 3 housewives, 2 Mothers, 1 Grandmother, 2 daughters
and 1 granddaughter then what is the minimum number of females in the group ?
a) 9 b) 5 c) 4 d) 3

Directions(Q.28-30) : In a family of 6 persons, they are Psychologist, Manager, Lawyer,
Jeweller, Doctor and Engineer. The Doctor is the grandfather of F, who is a Psychologist. The
Manager D is married to A. C, the Jeweller is married to the lawyer. B is the mother of E, who is
brother of F. There are two married couples in the family.

Q. 28. What is the Profession of A ?
a) Doctor b) Jeweller c) Manager d) Psychologist

Q. 29. How is A related to E ?
a) Brother b) Uncle c) Father d) Grandfather

Q. 30. How many male members are there in the family ?
a) 3 b) 4 c) 4 d) Cant say


PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT.LTD.
TEST OF REASONING
NUMBER PUZZLE-I- MKTR-9
1.
12 11
11
23
21 10
21 23 ?

(A) 34 (B) 54
(C) 68 (D) 88

2.
4 4 8
7 4 11
11 8 ?

(A) 23 (B) 25
(C) 27 (D) 29

3.
2 2 2
4 4 8
6 8 ?

(A) 20 (B) 22
(C) 24 (D) 26

4.
(A) 20 (B) 25
(C) 30 (D) 35

5.
2 2 5
4 6
8 ? 10
25

(A) 40 (B) 50
(C) 60 (D) 80

2 4 6
2 4
8 2
8
?


6.
2 4 8
2 6
5
10
25 ?

(A) 25 (B) 30
(C) 35 (D) 40

7.
?
2 2 5
4 6
8 10
25

(A) 83 (B) 85
(C) 87 (D) 89

8.
1
2
5
2
4 8
5
? 89

(A) 20 (B) 41
(C) 49 (D) 30

9.
2
12
30
56
? 90
182 132

(A) 225 (B) 240
(C) 260 (D) 340

10.
?
2
3
8 4
3 0

(A) 10 (B) 15
(C) 20 (D) 25



11.
?
2
2
3
4
30 10

(A) 44 (B) 48
(C) 68 (D) 60

12.
?
3
112
8
27
3996
665

(A) 27979 (B) 27972
(C) 64 (D) 0

13.
1
3
6
4
2
?
30

(A) 60 (B) 160
(C) 260 (D) 360

14.
55
3
13
5
8
34 21

(A) 83 (B) 85
(C) 87 (D) 89

15.
2 3 4
4 2 3
? 12 80

(A) 32 (B) 34
(C) 36 (D) 40



16.
35 61 42
?
42
54
68
28
57
39
64
32
61 35
40
56

(A) 50 (B) 52
(C) 54 (D) 56


17.
75 65 85 35 45 25
80 40 ?

(A) 100 (B) 120
(C) 140 (D) 180

18.
65 75 76 45 35 42
40 80 ?

(A) 34 (B) 102
(C) 136 (D) 133

19.
65 75 98 45 35 78
50 50 ?

(A) 128 (B) 50
(C) 100 (D) 14

20.
3 4 5
6 12 ?
4 5 6
5 6 7

(A) 19 (B) 20
(C) 21 (D) 22

21.
3 4 6
25 45 ?
4 7 7 5 5 5

(A) 55 (B) 56
(C) 52 (D) 58



22.
3 4 6
36 64 ?
4 7 7 5 5 9

(A) 120 (B) 121
(C) 144 (D) 169

23.
48 62 47 40 70 52
8 12 ?

(A) 8 (B) 9
(C) 10 (D) 11

24.
4 25 100 16 100 400
6 15 ?

(A) 10 (B) 25
(C) 30 (D) 20

25.
5 7 9 6 8 10
41 ? 109
(A) 51 (B) 57
(C) 61 (D) 71



TEST OF REASONING
NUMBER PUZZLE-II- MKTR-10
1.
14 13 27
12 13 25
27 25 ?

(A) 42 (B) 62
(C) 100 (D) 104

2.
(A) 9 (B) 10
(C) 11 (D) 15

3.
10 14 15 8 12 5
82 170 ?

(A) 75 (B) 80
(C) 85 (D) 95

4.
10 14 15 8 12 5
82 170 ?

(A) 100 (B) 125
(C) 150 (D) 175

5.
10 12 15 8 14 5
82 170 ?

(A) 81 (B) 91
(C) 101 (D) 121

6.
(A) 10 (B) 6
(C) 8 (D) 12

9 4
7 7
30
35
? 8 46
35 09 38 42 26 32
11 5 ?


7.
2 4 7
6 16 ?
3 5 8 6 9 10

(A) 26 (B) 24
(C) 16 (D) 14

8.
2 4 6
3 5 18 4 6 ?

(A) 10 (B) 20
(C) 30 (D) 40

9.
14 27
53
40
11 32
? 47 53

(A) 41 (B) 47
(C) 48 (D) 50

10.
16 25
49
100
25 36
? 28 50

(A) 30 (B) 32
(C) 42 (D) 48

11.
7 9
8
6
7 8
? 41 29

(A) 45 (B) 50
(C) 55 (D) 60

12.
8 5
6
53
41 5
? 10 98

(A) 5 (B) 6
(C) 7 (D) 8

13.
18 60 38
36 67 ?
35 10 19 10 6 18


(A) 57 (B) 68
(C) 75 (D) 83

14.
8 6 7
4 5 6
64 36 ?
12 11 15
(A) 49 (B) 63
(C) 64 (D) 81

15.
3 4 5
4 5 8
7 18 ?
1 2 3
(A) 117 (B) 122
(C) 33 (D) 44

16.
3 4 5
4 5 6
25 82 ?
1 2 3
(A) 101 (B) 183
(C) 123 (D) 137

17.
3
89
?
34
21
13
8
5

(A) 45 (B) 50
(C) 55 (D) 65

18.
2
?
180
48 4
8
6
4

(A) 448 (B) 458
(C) 468 (D) 428

19.
2 5
6 35 143
11 17
323
23
?

(A) 567 (B) 667
(C) 729 (D) 841



20.
4
?
9
121
25
49

(A) 144 (B) 289
(C) 169 (D) 100


21.
6 8
5
11
4 7
6
14
3
15
12
?

(A) 29 (B) 31
(C) 13 (D) 4

22.
2 3
3
4 5
5 6 4
5
30
4
12
6 7
? 105

(A) 40 (B) 50
(C) 60 (D) 75

23.
9 38 43
6 12 57 12 14 ?

(A) 25 (B) 37
(C) 41 (D) 50

24.
3 4 6
36 64 ?
4 7 7 5 5 9

(A) 100 (B) 120
(C) 144 (D) 169

25.
15 32 30 12 28 25
27 ? 125

(A) 60 (B) 64
(C) 120 (D) 150







PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
TEST OF REASONING
RANKING & ARRANGEMENT-MKTR-11

Q.1. In a Queue Sejal is 39
th
from the left and Tulip is 39
th
from the right. There are 37
persons between Sejal and Tulip. What may be the total strength of the Queue ?
a) 39 b) 114 c) 76 d) 77
Q.2. In a Queue Radha is 50
th
from the either end. What is the total no of persons in the
Queue ?
a) 100 b) 101 c) 99 d) 50
Q.3. In a Queue of 50 boys Manya is exactly in the middle of 2
nd
half of the group. What is
her rank from the beginning ?
a) 38 b) 37 c) 13 d) 26
Q.4. In a row there are 75 persons. Nutan is exactly in the middle of the row. What is the
position of Nutan from the right in the row?
a) 38 b) 37 c) 36 d) 37.5
Q.5. There are 2 groups, A & B of 75 persons each. Group A is followed by Group B. X is
exactly in the middle of group A and Y is exactly in the middle of group B. Find the number of
Persons between X and Y ?
a) 74 b) 75 c) 76 d) 38
Q.6. There are 2 groups A & B of 75 persons each. Group A is followed by Group B. X is
exactly in the middle of group A and Y is exactly in the middle of group B. How far is X from Y ?
a) 74 b) 75 c) 76 d) 38
Q.7. There are 2 groups A & B of 75 persons each. Group A is followed by Group B? X is
exactly in the middle of group A and Y is exactly in the middle of group B. Find total number of
persons from X to Y ?
a) 74 b) 75 c) 76 d) 38
Q.8. In a class A is 25
th
from the top. B is 35
th
from the bottom. C is 30
th
after A and is just in
the middle of A and B. What is the total strength of class ?
a) 129 b) 121 c) 119 d) 120
Q.9. In a class A is 25
th
from the top. B is 35
th
from the bottom. C is 30
th
after A and is just in
the middle of A and B. What is the rank of A from the bottom in the class ?
a) 60 b) 75 c) 85 d) 95
Q.10. In a class A is 25
th
from the top. B is 35
th
from the bottom. C is 30
th
after A and is just in
the middle of A and B. How many persons are there between A and B ?
a) 34 b) 39 c) 09 d) 59
Q.11. In a Queue of 50, Jhuma and Manya are 15
th
& 16
th
from left respectively. Now they
inter-change their positions. Now, can you say what are their ranks from the right end ?
a) 36
th
& 35th b) 35
th
& 36th c) 37
th
& 36th d) 36
th
& 37
th



Q.12. In a class of 125, Rajan is 35
th
from the top. Sudhir is 10 rank poorer than Rajan. Rank
wise Prabhakaran is exactly in the middle of total strength. Can you say how many persons
are there between Prabhakaran and Sudhir ?
a) 17 b) 19 c) 18 d) 28
Q.13. In a class, Hemkant is 25
th
from the top. Vishnukant is 10 rank higher than Hemkant,
who is exactly in the middle. Can you say what is the rank of Vishnukant from the bottom ?
a) 35 b) 34 c) 36 d) 25
Q.14. In a Queue Anjali is 35
th
from the left. Jyoti is 53
rd
from right. If they exchange their
places Anjali becomes 63
rd
from the left. What is the strength of Queue ?
a) 114 b) 115 c) 119 d) 120
Q.15. In a Queue Mohit is 35
th
from the left. Neha is 53
rd
from right. If they exchange their
places Mohit becomes 63
rd
from the left. What is the new position of Neha from right in the
Queue ?
a) 81 b) 80 c) 79 d) 82
Q.16. In a Queue Meera is 45
th
from the left. Jyoti is 73
rd
from right. If they exchange their
places Jyoti becomes 128
th
from the right. What is the new position of Meera from left in the
Queue ?
a) 89 b) 90 c) 91 d) 28
Q.17. In a Queue Rikki is 45
th
from the left. Meena is 73
rd
from right. If they exchange their
places Meena becomes 128
th
from the right. How many persons are there between Rikki &
Meena ?
a) 89 b) 90 c) 91 d) 28
Q.18. In a class Ram is 10
th
from the top. Rahim is 15
th
from bottom. If there are 5 persons
between Rohit & Shubham then how many persons may be there between Rohit & Shubham ?
a) 29 b) 21 c) 18 d) 15
Q.19. In a class of Paramount Coaching Institute, Ram is 100
th
from the top. Rahim is 150
th

from bottom. If there are 50 persons between Ram & Rahim then what is the minimum
strength of class?
a) 300 b) 250 c) 198 d) 200
Q.20. In a class of Paramount, there are 150 students. No. of girls are twice than that of boys.
If Ram, a boy is 50
th
from bottom and is ahead of 24 boys. How many girls are ahead of Ram ?
a) 26 b) 76 c) 24 d) 74
Q.21. In a class of Paramount Coaching Institute, there are 150 students. No. of girls are
twice than that of boys. If Ram, a boy is 50
th
from the bottom and is ahead of 24 boys then
how many boys in the class are ahead of Ram ?
a) 26 b) 75 c) 25 d) 76
Q.22. In a Queue a girl is followed by a boy and again a girl is followed by 2 boys. Further, in
the similar way a girl is followed by 3 boys and so on till the arrangement continues up to 50.
How many girls are there in the 2
nd
half of the Queue?
a) 20 b) 21 c) 22 d) 15



Q.23. In a Queue a girl is followed by a boy and again a girl is followed by 2 boys. Further, in
the similar way a girl is followed by 3 boys and so on till the arrangement continues up to 50.
How many boys are there in the Queue?
a) 8 b) 9 c) 10 d) 11
Q.24. In a class of 75 students A is 9 ranks ahead of B. C is exactly in the middle and is ahead
of B by 19 ranks then how many students are there between B and C?
a) 19 b) 18 c) 17 d) 10
Q.25. In a Queue of cinema ticket Pintu is 47
th
from the either end. After half an hour he
finds that he is only 23
rd
from either end. How many persons have left the Queue during half
an hour?
a) 24 b) 47 c) 46 d) 48
Q.26. In a class of 150 students, first 75 are girls in class rank. 75 next are boys. If Hemu,
the boy is 8 ranks ahead of Santan, the boy, who is 25
th
in ranking among boys then what is
the rank of Hemu from the top in the class among all boys and girls?
a) 93 b) 82 c) 91 d) 92
Q.27. In a Queue Pintu is 58
th
from the end. Sintu is 23
rd
from beginning. There are 21
persons between Sintu and Pintu. How many persons are there after Sintu if strength is to
considered as minimum under the circumstances?
a) 35 b) 34 c) 36 d) Can't say
Q.28. In a Queue a girl is followed by a boy and again a girl is followed by 2 boys. Further, in
the similar way a girl is followed by 3 boys and so on till the arrangement continues up to 100.
How many boys are there in the Queue?
a) 10 b) 11 c) 12 d) 13
Q.29. In a class Mintu is 19 rank ahead of B, who is 47
th
from either end. What is the rank of
Mintu from the top ?
a) 19 b) 18 c) 28 d) 10
Q.30. In a Queue Pintu is 58
th
from the end. Sintu is 23
rd
from beginning. There are 21
persons between Sintu and Pintu. What is the rank of Pintu from the beginning if strength is to
be considered mimimum ?
a) 45 b) 1 c) 46 d) Can't say













PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
TEST OF REASONING
MISSING LETTER SERIES-MKTR-12
Q.1. aa-ba-ca-bb-aca-bba-c
a) aabbaac b) baaaaa c) abbbbb d) bababa

Q.2. abc-baa-cc-aa-cc-aabc-ba
a) abccba b) bacaba c) cbbbbc d) bababa

Q.3. aa-ba-aab-aca-bba-
a) aabba b) abbac c) bcbac d) bababa

Q.4. aa-b-aa-bba-aab-aaaa-baa
a) baaabb b) bbaaab c) bababa d) ababab

Q.5. ab-cb-abc-baab-cbaa-ccba
a) aabba b) bbaac c) cbaab d) caccb

Q.6. ab-baa-cbaa-cba-bcb-
a) abcba b) cbbaa c) aabbc d) cbbac

Q.7. abca-bb-caa-bb-cc-
a) abbca b) bcbab c) acabc d) aabbc

Q.8. abc-baa-ccb-abcc-a
a) abcb b) abac c) bcac d) cbab

Q.9. bb-ab-aab-aa-ba-
a) bbaba b) aabba c) abbba d) cbabc

Q.10. aa-a-caa- aaca-c
a) caca b) acac c) caaa d) aaac

Q.11. ab-cab-ca-aca-ac
a) abac b) aabb c) bbaa d) abca

Q.12. abc-cac-aab-bc-cba
a) abcb b) baba c) bbca d) bbcc

Q.13. abaa-baa-bb-aa-ba-
a) abaab b) bbaab c) bcaab d) babab


Q.14. ab-abb-aa-bba-aa-bbb
a) aabab b) bbaab c) babab d) ababa

Q.15. abc-abb-ca-abb-ccc-aaabb-bcc-c
a) aabab b) bbaab c) babab d) ababa

Q.16. ac-bda-ab-acab-a-abd
a) acabd b) dbaca c) cbada d) acddc

Q.17. a-cda-c-abc-ab-d
a) abcda b) bbddc c) bbdcd d) cbdda

Q.18. aa-abb-baa-bb-aa-bab
a) aaabb b) bbbab c) ababb d) bbaba

Q.19. bb-bc-b-ab-abb-b-a
a) bbabca b) bbaacc c) aabcac d) cacbaa

Q.20. aa-bb-aa-bbca-abb-aa-bbc
a) acaaca b) aaaaca c) aaccaa d) aaaca

Q.21. HMN-SH-NL-HM-LSH-NLS
a) HMNLS b) SLNMH c) LMSNM d) MNSML

Q.22. L-ON-LZ-NEL-ONE-ZON-
a) LZONEL b) LENOZL c) ZNOLEL d) ZEOZLE

Q.23. 10-011-1011-101-010-
a) 10011 b) 100011 c) 10101 d) 11001

Q.24. -0011-0110-110-1
a) 1000 b) 1001 c) 1101 d) 1100

Q.25. abc-abc-bbca-cc-bc-abc
a) aabaa b) abcab c) aacbb d) abaac

Q.26. aa-abb-baa-bb-aa-bab
a) aaabb b) bbbab c) ababb d) bbaba

Q.27. ab-da-bcda-bcd-bcc-abcd-
a) cabaad b) cabadc c) cabadd d) caccbd


PARAMOUNT COACHING PVT LTD
Test of Reasoning
CODING-DECODING-II-MKTR-13
Directions(Q.1-5) : See the column I and corresponding Column II carefully. Column I has its
value in column II, but not necessarily in the same order and answer the questions 1-5
accordingly given below it:
Column I Column II
I) P R I C E A) x v i k r
II) P R A C T I S E B) h v g k x z i r
III) G U I D A N C E C) v z f w t m x r
IV) R A I N B O W D) d l y i r m z
V) G L O B A L E) z o y l t o
VI) P L U T O N I U M F) n f m k g l f o r
VII) E A R T H L Y G) b i z v g o s
VIII) H O U R S H) i l f h s
IX) T E A C H I N G I) s g t m r x v m
X) S K Y L I N E J) m r o b h v p
XI) Q U I C K K) x j f p r
Q.1. What is the code for Y ?
a) s b) b c) either s or b d) None of these
Q.2. What is the code for SUN ?
a) hbm b) hfm c) bmf d) mfb
Q.3. How will you write MOST in the same code ?
a) nlhp b) mlhp c) hgln d) nptu
Q.4. How will you write GUIDE in the same code ?
a) tfiwx b) frtmg c) tfrvu d) rvtfw
Q.5. How will you write WIKS in the same code ?
a) drph b) rhpd c) phdr d) All three
Q.6. If kit kat kut= Sejal is smart; tik tuk tak= Tulip was cute; na kit tuk= Sejal and Tulip;
tak dhin kut = Cute looks smart then what is the code for was ?
a) tic b) tac c) tuc d) kit
Q.7. . If kit kat kut= Sejal is smart; tik tuk tak= Tulip was cute; na kit tuk= Sejal and Tulip;
tak dhin kut = Cute looks smart then what is the code for cute and smart ?
a) tuk na kit b) tic na kut c) tuk kut tik d) kut tuc na
Q.8. If RISE is written as 9915; RAIN is written as 9195 and LIONS is written as 39651 and
NICE is written as 5935 then how will you write QUIZ in the same Code ?
a) 8398 b) 7689 c) 8698 d) 8968
Q.9. If RISE is written as 9984; RAIN is written as 9894 and LIONS is written as 69348 and
NICE is written as 4964 then how will you write QUIZ in the same Code ?
a) 1654 b) 1675 c) 8398 d) 1691
Q.10. If RISE is written as FULV; GLOBAL is written as MCESQM and GOLDEN is written as
NGGPTM then how will you write GIRLS in the same Code ?
a) TNUML b) TNULM c) HKUPX d) HKXPU


Directions(Q.11-14) : See the column I and corresponding Column II carefully. Column I has
been coded in a similar set of coding in all 4 questions reproduced in column II, but not in the
corresponding order. You are supposed to match the column and answer the questions 11-14.
Column I Column II
(11) P R I C E A) I V H L O
(12) G U E S T B) W R O Z E
(13) L O S E R C) V X R I K
(14) V A L I D D) G H V F T

Directions(Q.15-18) : See the column I and corresponding Column II carefully. Column I has
been coded in a similar set of coding in all 4 questions reproduced in column II, but not in the
corresponding order. You are supposed to match the column and answer the questions 15-18.
Column I Column II
(15) P R I C E A) V U G W I
(16) G U E S T B) G E K T R
(17) L O S E R C) F K N C X
(18) V A L I D D) F K N C X

Q.19. In a certain code @ is written as 0, $ is written as 1, $$ is written as 3, $@$ is written as
5 and $$@$ is written as 15 then how will you write 03 in the same code ?
a) @$$ b) $@$ c) $$@ d) @@$
Q.20. In a certain code @ is written as 0, $ is written as 1, $$ is written as 3, $@$ is written as
5 and $$$$ is written as 15 then how will you write 30 in the same code ?
a) $$$@$ b) $$@$$ c) $$$$@ d) $$$$
Directions(Q.21-25) : See the column I and corresponding Column II carefully. Column I has
its value in column II in a particular fashion of alphabet and corresponding numerical coding.
Answer the questions 21-25 accordingly given below it :
Column I Column II
(I) P R I C E A) 8 8 4 8 4
(II) C O I N S B) 4 3 3 4 4
(III) G U I D E C) 3 4 4 3 4
(IV) R A I N D) 4 8 8 4
(V) G L O B E E) 8 8 4 8 4
(VI) C R E A T E F) 2 2 4 4 2 4
(VII) E A R T H G) 3 3 5 5 5
(VIII) G O O D H) 8 4 4 8
(IX) T E A C H I) 4 3 3 4 4
(X) S K Y J) 6 6 6
(XI) Q U O T E K) 3 4 4 3 4
(XII) S P O U S E l) 2 2 4 4 2 4
(XIII) G O A L m) 4 8 8 4
(XIV) N E E D n) 8 4 4 8
(XV) S E A R C H o) 5 3 3 5 5 5



Q.21. SOIL
a) 8448 b) 4884 c) 2442 d) 6446
Q.22. QUITE
a) 34434 b) 43344 c) 33555 d) 88484
Q. 23. RAINS
a) 34434 b) 43344 c) 33555 d) 88484
Q. 24. GOD
a) 666 b) 244 c) 424 d) 442
Q. 25. ORANGE
a) 224424 b) 424422 c) 343443 d) 484848

Directions(Q.26-30) : See the column I and corresponding Column II carefully. Column I has
been coded in column II based on some numerical coding. Find the answer of questions 26-30.

Column I Column II
(1) G O D A) 104
(2) M E N B) 110
(3) G I R L C) 150
(4) W O M E N D) 200

Q.26. SON
a) 146 b) 136 c) 156 d) 126
Q.27. DAUGHTER
a) 392 b) 382 c) 286 d) 386
Q. 28. PAPA
a) 34 b) 74 c) 138 d) 148
Q. 29. MOM
a) 119 b) 109 c) 117 d) 120
Q. 30. DAD
a) 80 b) 87 c) 77 d) 78

MKTR-13-Coding- Decoding-II