Wednesday, 22 February 2012

IBPS Model-Practice-Sample Paper for Reasoning

IBPS Model-Practice-Sample Paper for Reasoning



1. A "Square' is related to 'Cube' in the same way as a 'Circle' is related to

(1) Sphere
(2) Circumference
(3) Diameter
(4) Area
(5) None of these

2. What should come next in the following number series? 1313213413613

(1) 4
(2) 6
(3) 8
(4) 3
(5) None of these

3. If each consonant in the word EXPLORATION is replaced by the previous alphabet and each vowel is replaced by the alphabet following it in the English
alphabetic series, and then the order of the alphabets thus formed is reversed, which of the following will be the seventh from the right ?

(1) P
(2) Q
(3) B
(4) K
(5) None of these

4. Ashok starts from point P and walks 5 kms. to the East. Bharat starts from the same point and walks 5 kms. to the West. Now, Ashok takes a left turn and Bharat takes a right turn, and both walk 5 kms. and stop. How far are the two from each other at the point where they finally stop ?

(1) 10 kms.
(2) 15 kms.
(3) 5 kms.
(4) Cannot be determined
(5) None of these

5. Snehal correctly remembers that Kiran's birthday was after Tuesday but before Friday. Rajan correctly remembers that Kiran's birthday was after Wednesday but before Sunday on which day of the week does Kiran's birthday definitely fall ?

(1) Monday
(2) Thursday
(3) Saturday
(4) Cannot be determined
(5) None of these

6. If the letters in the word AMONGST are arranged in the English alphabetical order, the position of how manv letters will remain unchanged ?

(1) None
(2) One
(3) Three
(4) Four
(5) More than four

7. How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters ACRS using each letter only once in each word ?

(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

8. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

(1) Diabetes
(2) Smallpox
(3) Conjunctivitis
(4) Chickenpox
(5) Plague

9. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word, UNWANTED, each of which has as many letters between its two letters as there are between them in the English alphabets ?

(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

10. In a certain code WEAK is written as 5%9$ and WHEN is written as 5*%7. How is HANK written in that code ?

(1) *9$7
(2) 9*57
(3) $97*
(4) 9*7$
(5) None of these

Directions (Qs. 11 to 15) : These questions are based on the following letter/number/symbol arrangement. Study it carefully and answer the questions.

1%B7@4DG2I9AK6#E3©UC8Z$5

11. How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a number but not immediately followed by a letter ?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

12. If all the symbols are dropped from the above arrangement, which element will be the eighth from the right end ?

(1) E
(2) K
(3) 1
(4) 6
(5) None of these

13. If the order of all the elements is reversed, which element will be fifth to the left of eighteenth from the left ?

(1) K
(2) 6
(3) 9
(4) 1
(5) None of these

14. Which element is fourth to the left of thirteenth from the left ?

(1) 2
(2) E
(3) G
(4) 3
(5) None of these

15. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group ?

(1) 4G@
(2) ©U3
(3) 9KI
(4) 74B
(5) #36

Directions (Qs. 16 to 20) : In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer —

(1) if only conclusion I follows.
(2) if only conclusion II follows.
(3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
(4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
(5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

16. Statements :

Some computers are televisions.
Some televisions are radios.
All radios are mobiles.

Conclusions :

I. No mobile is a computer.
II. Some computers are mobiles.

17. Statements :

Some squares are circles.
All circles are rectangles.
Some rectangles are cones.

Conclusions :

I. Some cones are squares.
II. Some squares are rectangles.

18. Statements :

All letters are words.
Some pages are words.
All pages are books.

Conclusions :

I. Some words are hooks.
II. Some pages are letters.

19. Statements :

All walls are floors.
All floors are ceilings.
All ceilings are roofs.

Conclusions :

I. All walls are ceilings.
II. All floors are roofs.

20. Statements :

Some trees are leaves.
Some leaves are roots.
Some roots are flowers.

Conclusions :

I. Some roots are trees.
II. Some leaves are flowers.

Directions (Qs. 21 to 2JJ : Study the following information carefully to answer these questions.

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre. B is third to the right of A who is third to the right of C. F is second to the right of E who is not an immediate neighbour of B. D sits second to the left of H who sits second to the left of G.

21. Who sits second to the left of A ?

(1) G
(2) D
(3) H
(4) E
(5) None of these

22. Who sits to the immediate left of B ?

(1) G
(2) F
(3) D
(4) H
(5) None of these

23. What is the position of H with respect to F ?

(1) To the immediate right
(2) Third to the left
(3) Second to the left
(4) Second to the right
(5) Third to the right

24. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group ?

(1) AD
(2) HG
(3) EF
(4) BF
(5) GE

25. Which of the following pairs has the first person sitting to the immediate right of the second person ?

(1) BH
(2) DF
(3) CG
(4) EA
(5) None of these

Directions (Qs. 26 to 30) : The questions are based on following set of numbers.

319 869 742 593 268

26. If in each number the first and the third digits are interchanged then which number will be the highest ?

(1) 319
(2) 869
(3) 742
(4) 593
(5) 268

27. If one is subtracted from the first and third digits of each of the numbers, what will be the difference between the first digit of the highest number and the first digit of the lowest number ?

(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 4
(4) 5
(5) None of these

28. If in each number all the digits are arranged in ascending order, which number will be second lowest ?

(1) 319
(2) 869
(3) 742
(4) 593
(5) 268

29. If in each number first digit is replaced by the third digit, second digit is replaced by the first digit and third digit is replaced by die second digit, then which number will be the second highest ?

(1) 319
(2) 869
(3) 742
(4) 593
(5) 268

30. If all the numbers are arranged in descending order, what will be the difference between the second digit of third number and third digit of second number ?

(1) 5
(2) 9
(3) 6
(4) 7
(5) None of these

Directions (Qs. 31 to 35) : In these questions, certain symbols have been used to indicate relationships between elements as follows :

A % B means A is neither smaller than nor greater than B.
A $ B means A is greater than B.
A * B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
A @ B means A is smaller than B.
A # B means A is either smaller than or equal to B.

In each question, three statements showing relationships have been given, which are followed by two conclusions I & II. Assuming that the given statements are true, find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true. Mark answer —

(1) if only conclusion I is true.
(2) if only conclusion II is true.
(3) if either conclusion I or II is true.
(4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
(5) if both conclusions I and II are true.

31. Statement :

P * Q, Q $ R, Q % S

Conclusions :

I. P @ S          II. R @ P

32. Statement :

F * G, G % H, H % K

Conclusions :

I.  H @ F     II. F % H

33. Statement :

T#V, V$X, X*Y

Conclusions :

I.  V $ Y       II. X # T ^.

34. Statement :

C % E, E # W, W @ Z

Conclusions :

I. W * C    II. c @ z

35. Statements :

L # M, M @ N, N % P

Conclusions :
I. L # N II. M * P

Directions (Qs. 36 to 40) : Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II are given below it. You have to decidewhether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer —

(1) if 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.
(2) if 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.
(3) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
(4) if the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.
(5) if the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

36. Who amongst P, R, S, T and V, each having a different height, is the tallest ?

I.  T is taller than R and V.
II. P is shorter than R.

37. What is the code for 'your' in the code language ?

I.  In the code language 'buy your own book' is written as 'ta na pi la' and 'do try your best' is written as 'sa jo ta be'.
II. In the code language 'please submit your reports' is written as 'ke si do ta' and 'your house is grand' is written as 'fi ta go hi'.

38. How many children does Seema have ?

I.  Seema, the mother of Varsha's sister has only one son.
II. Varsha has only three siblings.

39. How many children are there in the class ?

I.  Radhika's rank is 10th from the top and she is 3 ranks above Shraddha.
II. Namita's rank is 6th from the top and is 5 ranks above Karan who is 20th from the bottom.

40. How is Sanjay related to Anil ?

I.  Sanjay's son is the brother of only sister of Anil.
II. Radhika, the only daughter of Sanjay has only two brothers.

Answers

01.    (1)    02.    (3)    3.     (3)    04.   (1)

05.    (2)    06.    (4)    7.     (4)    08.   (1)

09.    (5)    10.    (5)    11.    (2)    12.    (4)

13.    (5)    14.    (1)    15.    (2)    16.    (3)

17.    (2)    18.    (1)    19.    (5)    20.    (4)

21.    (1)    22.    (3)    23.    (5)    24.    (4)

25.    (2)    26.    (2)    27.    (5)    28.    (3)

29.    (1)    30.    (4)    31.    (2)    32.    (3)

33.    (1)    34.    (5)    35.    (4)    36.    (4)

37.    (3)    38.    (5)    39.    (2)    40.    (1)

           



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