IBPS PO Prelims Question Paper-2018 (14-10-2018) Notes | Study IBPS PO Prelims- Study Material, Online Tests, Previous Year - Banking Exams

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1. Direction: Study the information given 
below and answer the questions based 
on it. 
 There are 5 people A, B, C, D, and E who 
like different colors blue, orange, red, 
pink and black not necessarily in the 
same order. They all are sitting in a line 
facing North. 
 Two people are sitting between C and A. 
E is to the immediate right of the one 
who likes red. Only one person sits 
between the one who likes red and 
black. Black sits at one of the ends. C 
sits to the immediate right of B. Only 
three people sit between the one who 
likes black and pink. A sits at one of the 
ends. C does not like red. The one who 
likes blue sits somewhere to the right of 
orange. B does not like Pink.  
 Which of the following pairs is sitting at 
the ends? 
 A. A- D B. B-A 
C. C-D D. E- B 
E. None of these 
2. How many people are sitting between D 
and A? 
 A. 3 B. 2 
C. 1 D. 4 
E. None 
3. E likes which of the following colours? 
 A. Pink  B. Orange  
C. Red  D. Black  
E. Blue  
4. What is the position of A with respect to 
D? 
 A. Second to the left 
B. Third to the left 
C. Fourth to the right 
D. Third to the right 
E. Second to the right 
5. Find the odd one out. 
 A. C- red  B. E- pink  
C. B- orange  D. D – Blue  
E. A- Pink  
6. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
A = B; C > D = E; B = C  
Conclusions: 
I. A < E  
II. C = E 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
7. Direction: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
P = Q; S > T; Q = R = S  
Conclusions: 
I. P < R  
II. R > T 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
8. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
G = H < I; J > K; I = J 
Conclusions: 
I. H < J  
II. G > K 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
9. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
Y = W = N; N = M  
Conclusions: 
I. Y > M  
II. Y = M 
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1. Direction: Study the information given 
below and answer the questions based 
on it. 
 There are 5 people A, B, C, D, and E who 
like different colors blue, orange, red, 
pink and black not necessarily in the 
same order. They all are sitting in a line 
facing North. 
 Two people are sitting between C and A. 
E is to the immediate right of the one 
who likes red. Only one person sits 
between the one who likes red and 
black. Black sits at one of the ends. C 
sits to the immediate right of B. Only 
three people sit between the one who 
likes black and pink. A sits at one of the 
ends. C does not like red. The one who 
likes blue sits somewhere to the right of 
orange. B does not like Pink.  
 Which of the following pairs is sitting at 
the ends? 
 A. A- D B. B-A 
C. C-D D. E- B 
E. None of these 
2. How many people are sitting between D 
and A? 
 A. 3 B. 2 
C. 1 D. 4 
E. None 
3. E likes which of the following colours? 
 A. Pink  B. Orange  
C. Red  D. Black  
E. Blue  
4. What is the position of A with respect to 
D? 
 A. Second to the left 
B. Third to the left 
C. Fourth to the right 
D. Third to the right 
E. Second to the right 
5. Find the odd one out. 
 A. C- red  B. E- pink  
C. B- orange  D. D – Blue  
E. A- Pink  
6. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
A = B; C > D = E; B = C  
Conclusions: 
I. A < E  
II. C = E 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
7. Direction: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
P = Q; S > T; Q = R = S  
Conclusions: 
I. P < R  
II. R > T 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
8. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
G = H < I; J > K; I = J 
Conclusions: 
I. H < J  
II. G > K 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
9. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
Y = W = N; N = M  
Conclusions: 
I. Y > M  
II. Y = M 
 
 
 
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 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
10. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
J = K; L > M; K = N = L  
Conclusions: 
I. J < N  
II. N > M 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
 Direction (11-15): Study the 
information given below and answer the 
questions based on it. 
 There are 9 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, 
H and I. Each of them have their 
birthday in one of the three months - 
February, July and September of the 
same year. But not necessarily in the 
same order. They are also born on three 
different dates 4, 21 and 28. 
 Three persons were born between F and 
G. F is born before G. A is born 
immediately before or after G. I is born 
in a month which has less than 30 days 
and the date is a multiple of 3. There 
was only one person born between I and 
F. B and H were born in the same month. 
H was born on a date which is a multiple 
of 14. E and D were born on the same 
date. E was born before D. The number 
of persons born between F and G is the 
same as that of E and A.  
11. How many persons were born between 
E and H? 
 A. 3 B. 6 
C. 4 D. 2 
E. 5 
12. Which group of persons were born in the 
month of July? 
 A. C,F,A B. F,B,G 
C. A,G,D D. F,B,H 
E. None of these 
13. G was born on which of the following 
dates? 
 A. 21 February B. 4 February 
C. 21 September D. 4 September 
E. None of these 
14. Find the odd one out. 
 A. BH B. FB 
C. GA D. EI 
E. CD 
15. Which of the following is the correct 
combination of month date and persons? 
 A. July - F – 21 
B. February – B - 4 
C. September – A – 4 
D. July – B - 28 
E. February – E - 21 
16. If it is possible to make a meaningful 
word, using the 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th 
letters of the word ‘ AB S O R PT IO N ’ , then 
what is the last letter of the word 
formed? If no such word be formed, 
mark the answer as ‘ Y’ . If more than one 
word can be formed mark the answer as 
‘ X’. 
 A. B B. E 
C. G D. X 
E. Y 
17. Direction: The question below consists 
of a question and statements given 
below it. You have to decide whether the 
data provided in the statements are 
sufficient to answer the question. Read 
the statements and give the answer. 
 Six persons M, N, O, P, Q and R have 
different ages. Who among the following 
is the youngest person?  
 I. N is elder to R. M is elder to O and Q. 
P is elder to M.  
 II. M is elder to O but younger to N and 
P. R is elder to N. O is not the youngest 
person. 
 A. Data in statements I sufficient to 
answer the question while the data in 
statement II are not required to answer 
the question. 
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1. Direction: Study the information given 
below and answer the questions based 
on it. 
 There are 5 people A, B, C, D, and E who 
like different colors blue, orange, red, 
pink and black not necessarily in the 
same order. They all are sitting in a line 
facing North. 
 Two people are sitting between C and A. 
E is to the immediate right of the one 
who likes red. Only one person sits 
between the one who likes red and 
black. Black sits at one of the ends. C 
sits to the immediate right of B. Only 
three people sit between the one who 
likes black and pink. A sits at one of the 
ends. C does not like red. The one who 
likes blue sits somewhere to the right of 
orange. B does not like Pink.  
 Which of the following pairs is sitting at 
the ends? 
 A. A- D B. B-A 
C. C-D D. E- B 
E. None of these 
2. How many people are sitting between D 
and A? 
 A. 3 B. 2 
C. 1 D. 4 
E. None 
3. E likes which of the following colours? 
 A. Pink  B. Orange  
C. Red  D. Black  
E. Blue  
4. What is the position of A with respect to 
D? 
 A. Second to the left 
B. Third to the left 
C. Fourth to the right 
D. Third to the right 
E. Second to the right 
5. Find the odd one out. 
 A. C- red  B. E- pink  
C. B- orange  D. D – Blue  
E. A- Pink  
6. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
A = B; C > D = E; B = C  
Conclusions: 
I. A < E  
II. C = E 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
7. Direction: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
P = Q; S > T; Q = R = S  
Conclusions: 
I. P < R  
II. R > T 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
8. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
G = H < I; J > K; I = J 
Conclusions: 
I. H < J  
II. G > K 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
9. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
Y = W = N; N = M  
Conclusions: 
I. Y > M  
II. Y = M 
 
 
 
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 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
10. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
J = K; L > M; K = N = L  
Conclusions: 
I. J < N  
II. N > M 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
 Direction (11-15): Study the 
information given below and answer the 
questions based on it. 
 There are 9 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, 
H and I. Each of them have their 
birthday in one of the three months - 
February, July and September of the 
same year. But not necessarily in the 
same order. They are also born on three 
different dates 4, 21 and 28. 
 Three persons were born between F and 
G. F is born before G. A is born 
immediately before or after G. I is born 
in a month which has less than 30 days 
and the date is a multiple of 3. There 
was only one person born between I and 
F. B and H were born in the same month. 
H was born on a date which is a multiple 
of 14. E and D were born on the same 
date. E was born before D. The number 
of persons born between F and G is the 
same as that of E and A.  
11. How many persons were born between 
E and H? 
 A. 3 B. 6 
C. 4 D. 2 
E. 5 
12. Which group of persons were born in the 
month of July? 
 A. C,F,A B. F,B,G 
C. A,G,D D. F,B,H 
E. None of these 
13. G was born on which of the following 
dates? 
 A. 21 February B. 4 February 
C. 21 September D. 4 September 
E. None of these 
14. Find the odd one out. 
 A. BH B. FB 
C. GA D. EI 
E. CD 
15. Which of the following is the correct 
combination of month date and persons? 
 A. July - F – 21 
B. February – B - 4 
C. September – A – 4 
D. July – B - 28 
E. February – E - 21 
16. If it is possible to make a meaningful 
word, using the 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th 
letters of the word ‘ AB S O R PT IO N ’ , then 
what is the last letter of the word 
formed? If no such word be formed, 
mark the answer as ‘ Y’ . If more than one 
word can be formed mark the answer as 
‘ X’. 
 A. B B. E 
C. G D. X 
E. Y 
17. Direction: The question below consists 
of a question and statements given 
below it. You have to decide whether the 
data provided in the statements are 
sufficient to answer the question. Read 
the statements and give the answer. 
 Six persons M, N, O, P, Q and R have 
different ages. Who among the following 
is the youngest person?  
 I. N is elder to R. M is elder to O and Q. 
P is elder to M.  
 II. M is elder to O but younger to N and 
P. R is elder to N. O is not the youngest 
person. 
 A. Data in statements I sufficient to 
answer the question while the data in 
statement II are not required to answer 
the question. 
 
 
 
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B. Data in statements II sufficient to 
answer the question, while the data in 
statement I are not required to answer 
the question 
C. Data in statements either I or II are 
sufficient to answer the question. 
D. Data in neither statement I nor 
statement II or statement are sufficient 
to answer the question. 
E. Data in both statement I and II 
together are necessary to answer the 
questions. 
18. Direction: The question consists of a 
question and two statements numbered 
I and II given below. You have to decide 
whether the data provided in which of 
the statements are sufficient to answer 
the question. Choose your answer from 
the options based on this. 
 In which of the following direction is 
point L with respect to point P?  
 I. Point Q is west of point P. Point S is 
west of point R. Point R is west of point 
M. Point L is south of point M.  
 II. Point Q is west of point P. Point R is 
south of point Q. Point M is south-east of 
point Q. Point T is east of point M. 
 A. The data in statement I alone are 
sufficient to answer the question, while 
the data in statement II alone are not 
sufficient to answer the question.  
B. The data in statement II alone are 
sufficient to answer the question, while 
the data in statement I alone are not 
sufficient to answer the question.  
C. The data either in statement I alone 
or in statement II alone are sufficient to 
answer the question.  
D. The data in both the statements I 
and II together are not sufficient to 
answer the question.  
E. The data in both the statements I 
and II together are necessary to 
answer the question.  
19. Select the odd 
word/letters/number/number pair from 
the given alternatives. 
 A. ZVR B. MIE 
C. TXP D. RNJ 
E. UQM 
 Direction (20-24): Study the following 
information carefully and answer the 
questions given below. 
 Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting 
around a circle and facing the center. 
They played different number of 
matches which are 12, 16, 24, 32, 38 
and 40, but not necessarily in the same 
order.  
 Only one person is sitting between the 
one who played the highest and the 
lowest number of matches. F is sitting to 
the immediate left of the one who played 
the highest number of matches. The 
same number of persons are sitting 
between the one who played the highest 
number of matches and the one who 
played 2nd highest matches. (if counted 
from any side of the highest number of 
match player). The number of matches 
played by B is equal to the difference 
between the number of matches played 
by F and the one who played the highest 
number of matches. B played more 
number of matches than F. B is not the 
neighbor of the who played the highest 
number of matches. E has played more 
number of matches than B but less than 
D and E is not an immediate neighbor of 
both B and D. A is not the neighbor of D 
and C. D has played 38 matches.  
20. Who has played the highest number of 
matches? 
 A. C B. B 
C. A D. D 
E. F 
21. Which of the following pairs is the 
neighbour of B? 
 A. D and A B. F and D 
C. C and A D. F and E 
E. None of these 
22. Who is sitting 2nd to the right of the one 
who played 32 matches? 
 A. D  
B. The one who played 16 matches 
C. The one who played 24 matches 
D. A  
E. None of these 
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1. Direction: Study the information given 
below and answer the questions based 
on it. 
 There are 5 people A, B, C, D, and E who 
like different colors blue, orange, red, 
pink and black not necessarily in the 
same order. They all are sitting in a line 
facing North. 
 Two people are sitting between C and A. 
E is to the immediate right of the one 
who likes red. Only one person sits 
between the one who likes red and 
black. Black sits at one of the ends. C 
sits to the immediate right of B. Only 
three people sit between the one who 
likes black and pink. A sits at one of the 
ends. C does not like red. The one who 
likes blue sits somewhere to the right of 
orange. B does not like Pink.  
 Which of the following pairs is sitting at 
the ends? 
 A. A- D B. B-A 
C. C-D D. E- B 
E. None of these 
2. How many people are sitting between D 
and A? 
 A. 3 B. 2 
C. 1 D. 4 
E. None 
3. E likes which of the following colours? 
 A. Pink  B. Orange  
C. Red  D. Black  
E. Blue  
4. What is the position of A with respect to 
D? 
 A. Second to the left 
B. Third to the left 
C. Fourth to the right 
D. Third to the right 
E. Second to the right 
5. Find the odd one out. 
 A. C- red  B. E- pink  
C. B- orange  D. D – Blue  
E. A- Pink  
6. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
A = B; C > D = E; B = C  
Conclusions: 
I. A < E  
II. C = E 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
7. Direction: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
P = Q; S > T; Q = R = S  
Conclusions: 
I. P < R  
II. R > T 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
8. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
G = H < I; J > K; I = J 
Conclusions: 
I. H < J  
II. G > K 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
9. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
Y = W = N; N = M  
Conclusions: 
I. Y > M  
II. Y = M 
 
 
 
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 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
10. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
J = K; L > M; K = N = L  
Conclusions: 
I. J < N  
II. N > M 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
 Direction (11-15): Study the 
information given below and answer the 
questions based on it. 
 There are 9 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, 
H and I. Each of them have their 
birthday in one of the three months - 
February, July and September of the 
same year. But not necessarily in the 
same order. They are also born on three 
different dates 4, 21 and 28. 
 Three persons were born between F and 
G. F is born before G. A is born 
immediately before or after G. I is born 
in a month which has less than 30 days 
and the date is a multiple of 3. There 
was only one person born between I and 
F. B and H were born in the same month. 
H was born on a date which is a multiple 
of 14. E and D were born on the same 
date. E was born before D. The number 
of persons born between F and G is the 
same as that of E and A.  
11. How many persons were born between 
E and H? 
 A. 3 B. 6 
C. 4 D. 2 
E. 5 
12. Which group of persons were born in the 
month of July? 
 A. C,F,A B. F,B,G 
C. A,G,D D. F,B,H 
E. None of these 
13. G was born on which of the following 
dates? 
 A. 21 February B. 4 February 
C. 21 September D. 4 September 
E. None of these 
14. Find the odd one out. 
 A. BH B. FB 
C. GA D. EI 
E. CD 
15. Which of the following is the correct 
combination of month date and persons? 
 A. July - F – 21 
B. February – B - 4 
C. September – A – 4 
D. July – B - 28 
E. February – E - 21 
16. If it is possible to make a meaningful 
word, using the 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th 
letters of the word ‘ AB S O R PT IO N ’ , then 
what is the last letter of the word 
formed? If no such word be formed, 
mark the answer as ‘ Y’ . If more than one 
word can be formed mark the answer as 
‘ X’. 
 A. B B. E 
C. G D. X 
E. Y 
17. Direction: The question below consists 
of a question and statements given 
below it. You have to decide whether the 
data provided in the statements are 
sufficient to answer the question. Read 
the statements and give the answer. 
 Six persons M, N, O, P, Q and R have 
different ages. Who among the following 
is the youngest person?  
 I. N is elder to R. M is elder to O and Q. 
P is elder to M.  
 II. M is elder to O but younger to N and 
P. R is elder to N. O is not the youngest 
person. 
 A. Data in statements I sufficient to 
answer the question while the data in 
statement II are not required to answer 
the question. 
 
 
 
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B. Data in statements II sufficient to 
answer the question, while the data in 
statement I are not required to answer 
the question 
C. Data in statements either I or II are 
sufficient to answer the question. 
D. Data in neither statement I nor 
statement II or statement are sufficient 
to answer the question. 
E. Data in both statement I and II 
together are necessary to answer the 
questions. 
18. Direction: The question consists of a 
question and two statements numbered 
I and II given below. You have to decide 
whether the data provided in which of 
the statements are sufficient to answer 
the question. Choose your answer from 
the options based on this. 
 In which of the following direction is 
point L with respect to point P?  
 I. Point Q is west of point P. Point S is 
west of point R. Point R is west of point 
M. Point L is south of point M.  
 II. Point Q is west of point P. Point R is 
south of point Q. Point M is south-east of 
point Q. Point T is east of point M. 
 A. The data in statement I alone are 
sufficient to answer the question, while 
the data in statement II alone are not 
sufficient to answer the question.  
B. The data in statement II alone are 
sufficient to answer the question, while 
the data in statement I alone are not 
sufficient to answer the question.  
C. The data either in statement I alone 
or in statement II alone are sufficient to 
answer the question.  
D. The data in both the statements I 
and II together are not sufficient to 
answer the question.  
E. The data in both the statements I 
and II together are necessary to 
answer the question.  
19. Select the odd 
word/letters/number/number pair from 
the given alternatives. 
 A. ZVR B. MIE 
C. TXP D. RNJ 
E. UQM 
 Direction (20-24): Study the following 
information carefully and answer the 
questions given below. 
 Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting 
around a circle and facing the center. 
They played different number of 
matches which are 12, 16, 24, 32, 38 
and 40, but not necessarily in the same 
order.  
 Only one person is sitting between the 
one who played the highest and the 
lowest number of matches. F is sitting to 
the immediate left of the one who played 
the highest number of matches. The 
same number of persons are sitting 
between the one who played the highest 
number of matches and the one who 
played 2nd highest matches. (if counted 
from any side of the highest number of 
match player). The number of matches 
played by B is equal to the difference 
between the number of matches played 
by F and the one who played the highest 
number of matches. B played more 
number of matches than F. B is not the 
neighbor of the who played the highest 
number of matches. E has played more 
number of matches than B but less than 
D and E is not an immediate neighbor of 
both B and D. A is not the neighbor of D 
and C. D has played 38 matches.  
20. Who has played the highest number of 
matches? 
 A. C B. B 
C. A D. D 
E. F 
21. Which of the following pairs is the 
neighbour of B? 
 A. D and A B. F and D 
C. C and A D. F and E 
E. None of these 
22. Who is sitting 2nd to the right of the one 
who played 32 matches? 
 A. D  
B. The one who played 16 matches 
C. The one who played 24 matches 
D. A  
E. None of these 
 
 
 
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23. Which of the following is true regarding 
C? 
 A. He has played the highest number of 
matches 
B. F is the immediate neighbor of C  
C. D is sitting to the immediate left of C 
D. He has played the least number of 
matches 
E. None is true 
24. Which of the following combinations is 
true? 
 A. F-12 B. C-38 
C. B-24 D. E-40 
E. F-24 
 Direction (25-29): Study the following 
information and answer the question 
given.  
In a certain code language,  
 ‘ ma xi mu m dollar in ma r ke t ’ is written as 
‘ z o pi ab t o ’ ,  
 ‘ sha r e in market l e ss ’ is written as ‘ v o to 
je p i ’ ,  
 ‘ ma ki n g maximum less n o w ’ is written 
as ‘ su je zo ka ’ ,  
 ‘ n o w the market g ai n s’ is written as ‘ d o 
pi yo su’.  
25. Which of the following does ‘ vo ’ stand 
for? 
 A. less B. in 
C. share D. market 
E. either in or less 
26. What is the code for ‘ m aki n g ’ ? 
 A. ka 
B. su 
C. je 
D. cannot be determined 
E. yo 
27. Which of the following is the code for 
‘ g ai n s’ ? 
 A. su B. pi  
C. yo  D. do  
E. either yo or do  
28. Which of the following can be the code 
for ‘ t h e maximum you s h ar e ’ ? 
 A. do yo zo vo  B. vo wiz zo do  
C. vo zo wi bu D. yo jo vo wi  
E. None of These  
29. ‘ t o ka pi ab ’ is a code for which of the 
following? 
 A. share maximum in market  
B. now share maximum gains  
C. the gains in market  
D. the gain in less  
E. None of These  
 Direction (30-34): Study the 
information given below and answer the 
questions based on it.  
 Nine boxes A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I 
are kept one above another not 
necessarily in the same order. There are 
three boxes between H and G and 
neither of them is at the top or the 
bottom position. There are two boxes 
between F and C and box F is above box 
C. Box C is above box G. Two boxes are 
there between G and C. The number of 
boxes between A and H is the same as 
that of A and G. Box D is above box E 
and there is more than one box in 
between D and E. Box E is not at the 
bottom position. Two boxes are there 
between E and I.  
30. Which of the following boxes is at the 
top? 
 A. Box C B. Box F 
C. Box D D. Box E 
E. Box B 
31. How many boxes are there between box 
C and box E? 
 A. None B. 1 
C. 2 D. 3 
E. 4 
32. What is the position of box H from the 
top? 
 A. 1
st
  B. 2
nd
  
C. 3
rd
  D. 4
th
  
E. 5
th
 
33. Which of the following boxes is not below 
C? 
 A. Box A B. Box E  
C. Box G  D. Box D  
E. Box B  
34. Which of the following boxes is just 
above box B? 
 A. Box G B. Box E 
C. Box A D. Box H 
E. Box D 
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1. Direction: Study the information given 
below and answer the questions based 
on it. 
 There are 5 people A, B, C, D, and E who 
like different colors blue, orange, red, 
pink and black not necessarily in the 
same order. They all are sitting in a line 
facing North. 
 Two people are sitting between C and A. 
E is to the immediate right of the one 
who likes red. Only one person sits 
between the one who likes red and 
black. Black sits at one of the ends. C 
sits to the immediate right of B. Only 
three people sit between the one who 
likes black and pink. A sits at one of the 
ends. C does not like red. The one who 
likes blue sits somewhere to the right of 
orange. B does not like Pink.  
 Which of the following pairs is sitting at 
the ends? 
 A. A- D B. B-A 
C. C-D D. E- B 
E. None of these 
2. How many people are sitting between D 
and A? 
 A. 3 B. 2 
C. 1 D. 4 
E. None 
3. E likes which of the following colours? 
 A. Pink  B. Orange  
C. Red  D. Black  
E. Blue  
4. What is the position of A with respect to 
D? 
 A. Second to the left 
B. Third to the left 
C. Fourth to the right 
D. Third to the right 
E. Second to the right 
5. Find the odd one out. 
 A. C- red  B. E- pink  
C. B- orange  D. D – Blue  
E. A- Pink  
6. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
A = B; C > D = E; B = C  
Conclusions: 
I. A < E  
II. C = E 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
7. Direction: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
P = Q; S > T; Q = R = S  
Conclusions: 
I. P < R  
II. R > T 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
8. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
G = H < I; J > K; I = J 
Conclusions: 
I. H < J  
II. G > K 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true 
B. Only Conclusion II is true 
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true 
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true 
9. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
Y = W = N; N = M  
Conclusions: 
I. Y > M  
II. Y = M 
 
 
 
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 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
10. Directions: In each of the following 
questions assuming the given 
statements to be true, find out which of 
the following two conclusions definitely 
follow.  
 Statements: 
J = K; L > M; K = N = L  
Conclusions: 
I. J < N  
II. N > M 
 A. Only Conclusion I is true  
B. Only Conclusion II is true  
C. Either Conclusion I or II is true  
D. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true  
E. Both Conclusions I and II are true  
 Direction (11-15): Study the 
information given below and answer the 
questions based on it. 
 There are 9 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G, 
H and I. Each of them have their 
birthday in one of the three months - 
February, July and September of the 
same year. But not necessarily in the 
same order. They are also born on three 
different dates 4, 21 and 28. 
 Three persons were born between F and 
G. F is born before G. A is born 
immediately before or after G. I is born 
in a month which has less than 30 days 
and the date is a multiple of 3. There 
was only one person born between I and 
F. B and H were born in the same month. 
H was born on a date which is a multiple 
of 14. E and D were born on the same 
date. E was born before D. The number 
of persons born between F and G is the 
same as that of E and A.  
11. How many persons were born between 
E and H? 
 A. 3 B. 6 
C. 4 D. 2 
E. 5 
12. Which group of persons were born in the 
month of July? 
 A. C,F,A B. F,B,G 
C. A,G,D D. F,B,H 
E. None of these 
13. G was born on which of the following 
dates? 
 A. 21 February B. 4 February 
C. 21 September D. 4 September 
E. None of these 
14. Find the odd one out. 
 A. BH B. FB 
C. GA D. EI 
E. CD 
15. Which of the following is the correct 
combination of month date and persons? 
 A. July - F – 21 
B. February – B - 4 
C. September – A – 4 
D. July – B - 28 
E. February – E - 21 
16. If it is possible to make a meaningful 
word, using the 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th 
letters of the word ‘ AB S O R PT IO N ’ , then 
what is the last letter of the word 
formed? If no such word be formed, 
mark the answer as ‘ Y’ . If more than one 
word can be formed mark the answer as 
‘ X’. 
 A. B B. E 
C. G D. X 
E. Y 
17. Direction: The question below consists 
of a question and statements given 
below it. You have to decide whether the 
data provided in the statements are 
sufficient to answer the question. Read 
the statements and give the answer. 
 Six persons M, N, O, P, Q and R have 
different ages. Who among the following 
is the youngest person?  
 I. N is elder to R. M is elder to O and Q. 
P is elder to M.  
 II. M is elder to O but younger to N and 
P. R is elder to N. O is not the youngest 
person. 
 A. Data in statements I sufficient to 
answer the question while the data in 
statement II are not required to answer 
the question. 
 
 
 
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B. Data in statements II sufficient to 
answer the question, while the data in 
statement I are not required to answer 
the question 
C. Data in statements either I or II are 
sufficient to answer the question. 
D. Data in neither statement I nor 
statement II or statement are sufficient 
to answer the question. 
E. Data in both statement I and II 
together are necessary to answer the 
questions. 
18. Direction: The question consists of a 
question and two statements numbered 
I and II given below. You have to decide 
whether the data provided in which of 
the statements are sufficient to answer 
the question. Choose your answer from 
the options based on this. 
 In which of the following direction is 
point L with respect to point P?  
 I. Point Q is west of point P. Point S is 
west of point R. Point R is west of point 
M. Point L is south of point M.  
 II. Point Q is west of point P. Point R is 
south of point Q. Point M is south-east of 
point Q. Point T is east of point M. 
 A. The data in statement I alone are 
sufficient to answer the question, while 
the data in statement II alone are not 
sufficient to answer the question.  
B. The data in statement II alone are 
sufficient to answer the question, while 
the data in statement I alone are not 
sufficient to answer the question.  
C. The data either in statement I alone 
or in statement II alone are sufficient to 
answer the question.  
D. The data in both the statements I 
and II together are not sufficient to 
answer the question.  
E. The data in both the statements I 
and II together are necessary to 
answer the question.  
19. Select the odd 
word/letters/number/number pair from 
the given alternatives. 
 A. ZVR B. MIE 
C. TXP D. RNJ 
E. UQM 
 Direction (20-24): Study the following 
information carefully and answer the 
questions given below. 
 Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting 
around a circle and facing the center. 
They played different number of 
matches which are 12, 16, 24, 32, 38 
and 40, but not necessarily in the same 
order.  
 Only one person is sitting between the 
one who played the highest and the 
lowest number of matches. F is sitting to 
the immediate left of the one who played 
the highest number of matches. The 
same number of persons are sitting 
between the one who played the highest 
number of matches and the one who 
played 2nd highest matches. (if counted 
from any side of the highest number of 
match player). The number of matches 
played by B is equal to the difference 
between the number of matches played 
by F and the one who played the highest 
number of matches. B played more 
number of matches than F. B is not the 
neighbor of the who played the highest 
number of matches. E has played more 
number of matches than B but less than 
D and E is not an immediate neighbor of 
both B and D. A is not the neighbor of D 
and C. D has played 38 matches.  
20. Who has played the highest number of 
matches? 
 A. C B. B 
C. A D. D 
E. F 
21. Which of the following pairs is the 
neighbour of B? 
 A. D and A B. F and D 
C. C and A D. F and E 
E. None of these 
22. Who is sitting 2nd to the right of the one 
who played 32 matches? 
 A. D  
B. The one who played 16 matches 
C. The one who played 24 matches 
D. A  
E. None of these 
 
 
 
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23. Which of the following is true regarding 
C? 
 A. He has played the highest number of 
matches 
B. F is the immediate neighbor of C  
C. D is sitting to the immediate left of C 
D. He has played the least number of 
matches 
E. None is true 
24. Which of the following combinations is 
true? 
 A. F-12 B. C-38 
C. B-24 D. E-40 
E. F-24 
 Direction (25-29): Study the following 
information and answer the question 
given.  
In a certain code language,  
 ‘ ma xi mu m dollar in ma r ke t ’ is written as 
‘ z o pi ab t o ’ ,  
 ‘ sha r e in market l e ss ’ is written as ‘ v o to 
je p i ’ ,  
 ‘ ma ki n g maximum less n o w ’ is written 
as ‘ su je zo ka ’ ,  
 ‘ n o w the market g ai n s’ is written as ‘ d o 
pi yo su’.  
25. Which of the following does ‘ vo ’ stand 
for? 
 A. less B. in 
C. share D. market 
E. either in or less 
26. What is the code for ‘ m aki n g ’ ? 
 A. ka 
B. su 
C. je 
D. cannot be determined 
E. yo 
27. Which of the following is the code for 
‘ g ai n s’ ? 
 A. su B. pi  
C. yo  D. do  
E. either yo or do  
28. Which of the following can be the code 
for ‘ t h e maximum you s h ar e ’ ? 
 A. do yo zo vo  B. vo wiz zo do  
C. vo zo wi bu D. yo jo vo wi  
E. None of These  
29. ‘ t o ka pi ab ’ is a code for which of the 
following? 
 A. share maximum in market  
B. now share maximum gains  
C. the gains in market  
D. the gain in less  
E. None of These  
 Direction (30-34): Study the 
information given below and answer the 
questions based on it.  
 Nine boxes A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I 
are kept one above another not 
necessarily in the same order. There are 
three boxes between H and G and 
neither of them is at the top or the 
bottom position. There are two boxes 
between F and C and box F is above box 
C. Box C is above box G. Two boxes are 
there between G and C. The number of 
boxes between A and H is the same as 
that of A and G. Box D is above box E 
and there is more than one box in 
between D and E. Box E is not at the 
bottom position. Two boxes are there 
between E and I.  
30. Which of the following boxes is at the 
top? 
 A. Box C B. Box F 
C. Box D D. Box E 
E. Box B 
31. How many boxes are there between box 
C and box E? 
 A. None B. 1 
C. 2 D. 3 
E. 4 
32. What is the position of box H from the 
top? 
 A. 1
st
  B. 2
nd
  
C. 3
rd
  D. 4
th
  
E. 5
th
 
33. Which of the following boxes is not below 
C? 
 A. Box A B. Box E  
C. Box G  D. Box D  
E. Box B  
34. Which of the following boxes is just 
above box B? 
 A. Box G B. Box E 
C. Box A D. Box H 
E. Box D 
 
 
 
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35. How many such digits are there in the 
number 58674139 that will remain in 
the same position when the digits are 
rearranged in descending order from left 
to right within the number? 
 A. One B. Three 
C. Two D. Five 
E. None of these 
36. Direction: Please read the given 
information carefully and answer the 
following questions:  
 There are four organisations 1, 2, 3 and 
4. The total number of employees in 
each of the first three organisations is 
12. The number of males in all the 
organizations are the same. There are 
50% females out of the total number of 
employees in all the organisation 
together. The total number of males in 
all organisations is 32. 
 Find the ratio of the number of males in 
Organisation 1 to number of females in 
Organisation 4. 
 A. 4:7 B. 2:5 
C. 5:2 D. 7:4 
E. None Of these 
37. Find the number of females in 
Organisation 4. 
 A. 8 B. 12  
C. 28  D. 20  
E. None Of these  
38. What percent of females in Organisation 
2 is of females in Organisation 4? 
 A. 40 % B. 20 %  
C. 28 %  D. 25 %  
E. None Of these  
39. If 50% of males and females in 
organization 3 are illiterates, find the 
literate employees in Organisation 3? 
 A. 2 B. 4  
C. 8  D. 6  
E. None Of these  
40. Find the no. of males in Organisation 2? 
 A. 10 B. 8  
C. 4  D. 12  
E. None Of these  
 Direction (41-45): Study the following 
information carefully and answer the 
questions given below:  
 
41. What will be the difference between the 
interests earned by person C and person 
A? 
 A. Rs.504 B. Rs.404 
C. Rs.1728 D. Rs.1228 
E. None of these 
42. Which of the following can be the ratio 
of the amounts of the persons B and D? 
 A. 405:406 B. 406:405  
C. 496:465  D. 465:496  
E. None of these  
43. If the amount received by person A is 
given to person G at 20% simple interest 
for 2 years, then what is the interest (in 
Rs.) received by person A from person G 
at the end of two years? 
 A. 4916.4 B. 4161.6  
C. 4126.6  D. 4216.6  
E. None of these  
44. Interest received by person C is what 
percent of the interest received by 
person B? 
 A. 48% B. 50% 
C. 68% D. 45.33 % 
E. None of these 
45. What is the approximate amount 
received by person E? 
 A. 11698.6  B. 12686.4  
C. 14386.6  D. 15486.4  
E. None of these  
 Direction (46-50): Please read the 
following information carefully and 
answer the questions given below:  
 
46. What is the difference between the 
average number of question attempted 
in the mock test and the average 
number of questions attempted in actual 
test by A, C and E? 
 A. 35  B. 31  
C. 45 D. 38  
E. None of these  
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