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# Reasoning Mock Test - 16

## 30 Questions MCQ Test Mock Test Series for CLAT 2020 | Reasoning Mock Test - 16

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QUESTION: 1

### Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions. Student ‘M’ wants admission in the coaching centre. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions: Q. If a student got 80% marks in intermediate and he goes to the coaching for the admission in the I.I.T course, then what would be the possible reason that he does not get admission in that coaching centre?

Solution:

because other options are not logically valid reasons to not get the admission. Option (b) is a valid reason because without documents no one can get admission.

QUESTION: 2

### Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions. Student ‘M’ wants admission in the coaching centre. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions: Q. If the student completed his course from any coaching centre, but did not get selected in I.I.T, then what could be the possible reason for that?

Solution:

Nothing is mentioned in the data flow diagram about the condition which is asked in the question. So the data is insufficient for getting the answer.

QUESTION: 3

### Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions. Student ‘M’ wants admission in the coaching centre. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions: Q. If a student goes to the coaching for the admission but he returns from that coaching after discussing with the receptionist. Then what will be the possible reason behind this?

Solution:

As documents and photographs, both are necessary for admission. Option (b) are not logically valid statement.

QUESTION: 4

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Student ‘M’ wants admission in the coaching centre. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. If a student got 74.8 % marks in intermediate, then what will be the possible reason that he can get admission in the P.M.T course of that coaching?

Solution:

As it is clear from the diagram that 75% of marks is compulsory for the admission. 74.8 % of marks is less than 75% marks.

QUESTION: 5

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Student ‘M’ wants admission in the coaching centre. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. If the student is eligible to take admission, then what would be the possible reason that he didn’t take admission in the coaching?

Solution:

QUESTION: 6

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Tourist ‘Z’ wants to stay in a hotel. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. If the tourist wants to submit five thousand rupees in the reception, then what will be the next scene?

Solution:

Receptionist will refuse to take money from the tourist because clearly, we can see in the DFD diagram, for the accommodation of tourists, there is the demand of Rs, 8,000 from reception.

QUESTION: 7

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Tourist ‘Z’ wants to stay in a hotel. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. Which condition is sufficient to make sure that tourists will not stay further?

Solution:

If tourists submit 6,000 rupees, then accommodation is refused so option (a) does not follow. But option (b) and(c) show tourists will not stay further.

QUESTION: 8

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Tourist ‘Z’ wants to stay in a hotel. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. After which step tourists can leave the hotel, according to the Data flow diagram?

Solution:

After analyzing the DFD diagram, all options show that tourists will leave the hotel after the steps. Option (a),(b), and (d) clearly show that after this tour will leave the hotel.

QUESTION: 9

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Tourist ‘Z’ wants to stay in a hotel. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. Which of the following condition shows that tourists will not be accommodated in this hotel?

Solution:

If the tourist did not submit the required money as demanded by the hotel, then his accommodation will be refused by the receptionist, so option (d) is the correct answer.(a) is not a logically valid document and No information is given about (b).

QUESTION: 10

Directions: See the following structure carefully and answer the given questions.

Tourist ‘Z’ wants to stay in a hotel. So, different conditions are given in the Data flow diagram. So after analyzing the above DFD diagram, you have to answer the given questions:

Q. If the tourist goes to the hotel for the accommodation but he returns after discussing it with the receptionist. Then what will be the possible reason behind this?

Solution:

(b) is the correct answer as id proof is necessary to stay in any hotel. (a) is not a logically valid document. No information is given about option(c) and (d) in the data flow diagram.

QUESTION: 11

Directions: Read the following information carefully and choose the most appropriate option:
In each question, there is a statement and two assumptions numbered as I and II. Read the statement and find which of the given assumptions is implicit:

Statement: The next meeting of the executive board of a company will be held after six months.
Assumptions: I. Existing executive board will be dissolved before six months
II. The company will remain in function after six months

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Directions: Read the following information carefully and choose the most appropriate option:
In each question, there is a statement and two assumptions numbered as I and II. Read the statement and find which of the given assumptions is implicit:

Statement: In the State of Zuminisia, people prefer to travel by X airline instead of Y airline, as X airline has an advanced German security system and 99% on-time operations.
Assumptions: I. Airline X with the advanced German security system and record on-time operation is perceived better than airline Y.
II. Had an advanced German security system and on-time performance record of Y airline been implemented, it would have been preferred over airline X.

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Directions: Read the following information carefully and choose the most appropriate option:
In each question, there is a statement and two assumptions numbered as I and II. Read the statement and find which of the given assumptions is implicit:

Statement: To attend a convocation ceremony scheduled to be held on Thursday at GM University, Chennai, Mr.
X left for Chennai on Tuesday by train.
Assumptions: I. Mr. X may reach home on Saturday
II. Mr. X may reach the University on Wednesday

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Which word in the following group DOES NOT belong to the others?

Solution:

except excite all are synonyms.

QUESTION: 15

Examine the following numbers and identify the next number:
45; 43; 40; 36; 31; 25; ....

Solution:

QUESTION: 16

Directions: Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:
Madan and Rohit are in the same team as Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball, or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.

Q. Name the boys who do not play football

Solution:

QUESTION: 17

Directions: Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:
Madan and Rohit are in the same team as Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball, or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.

Q. Who plays both hockey and tennis?

Solution:

QUESTION: 18

Directions: Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:
Madan and Rohit are in the same team as Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball, or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.

Q. Which is the most popular game with this group?

Solution:

QUESTION: 19

Directions: Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:
Madan and Rohit are in the same team as Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball, or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.

Q. Who plays the largest number of games?

Solution:

QUESTION: 20

Directions: Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:
Madan and Rohit are in the same team as Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball, or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.

Q. Which boy plays both badminton and hockey?

Solution:

QUESTION: 21

Directions: The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the best option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements.

A. Traffic congestion increases carbon monoxide in the environment.
B. An increase in carbon monoxide is hazardous to health.
C. Traffic congestion is hazardous to health.
D. Some traffic congestion does not cause an increase in carbon monoxide.
E. Some traffic congestion is not hazardous to health.

Solution:

The correct answer is A  as the first statement is the conclusion of the third and second statement.

QUESTION: 22

Directions: The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the best option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements.

A. MBA’s are in great demand.
B. Samrat and Akshita are in great demand.
C. Samrat is in great demand.
D. Akshita is in great demand.
E. Samrat and Akshita are MBA’s.

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

Directions: The question consists of five statements followed by options consisting of three statements put together in a specific order. Choose the best option which indicates a valid argument, that is, where the third statement is a conclusion drawn from the preceding two statements.

A. All software companies employ knowledge workers.
B. Infotech employees are knowledge workers.
C. Infotech is a software company.
D. Some software companies employ knowledge workers.
E. Infotech employs only knowledge workers.

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

Directions: The question contains two statements and two conclusions numbered I and II.
You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the two given statements.

Statements: I. Some players are singers.
II. All singers are tall.
Conclusions: I. Some players are tall.
II. All players are tall.

Solution:

QUESTION: 25

Directions: The question contains two statements and two conclusions numbered I and II.
You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the two given statements.

Statements: I. Some vegetable are fruits.
II. No fruit is black.
Conclusions: I. Some fruits are vegetables.
II. No vegetable is black.

Solution:

QUESTION: 26

Amit first goes in South direction, then he turns towards left and travels for some distance. After that, he turns right and moves a certain distance. At last, he turns left and travels again for some distance. Now, in which direction is he moving?

Solution:

QUESTION: 27

There are six houses in a row Mr. Aalekh has Mr. Mishra and Mr. Iliyas as neighbours. Mr. Mritynjay has Mr. Sandeep and Mr. Nayak as neigbours. Mr. Sandeep’s house is not next to Mr. Mishra or Mr. Iliyas and Mr. Nayak does not live next to Mr. Iliyas. Who are Mr. Mishra’s next-door neighbours?

Solution:

IliyasAalekh Mishra NayakMritSandeep

QUESTION: 28

Direction: Read the following information carefully to choose the best option for the question:
A) ‘L % M’ means that M is the brother of L.
B) ‘L x M’ means that L is the mother of M.
C) ‘L ÷ M’ means that L is the sister of M.
D) ‘L = M’ means that M is the father of L.

Q. Which of the following means “I is the nephew of Q?”
1). Q % J = I
2). Q ÷ M x B % I
3). C ÷ I = B % Q

Solution:

QUESTION: 29

‘A \$ B’ means that A is the father of B, ‘A * B’ means that A is the mother of B, ‘A @ B’ means that A is the wife of B, then which of the following means that M is the grand-mother of N?

Solution:

QUESTION: 30

In the word GRAPHOLOGIST if 1st and 7th letters, 2nd and 9th letters, 3rd and 11th letters, 4th and 8th letters, and 5th and 12th letters are mutually interchanged then which letter will be 6th letter from the left of 10th letter from the left side?

Solution: