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Logical Reasoning

  1. A, P, R, X, S and Z are sitting in a row. S & Z are in the centre, and A and P are at the ends. R is sitting on the left of A. Then, who is sitting on the right of P?

         a. A

         b. S

         c. X 

         d. C

2. (i) Aarti is older than Sanya

   (ii)  Muskan is elder than Aarti but younger than Kashish

  (iii) Kashish is elder than Sanya

  (iv) Sanya is younger than Muskan

   (v) Gargi is eldest

       2.1.  Who is the youngest?

      a. Kashish
      b. Aarti

      c. Muskan

      d. Sanya

     2,2     Agewise, who is in the Middle?

       a. Kashish

       b. Aarti

      c.  Muskan

     d. Sanya

 2.3 Which of the given statements is/are superfluous and can be dispensed with while answering the questions/

 a. Either  (i) or (j)

b. Only (l)

c. Either (i)  or (l)

d.  Both (iii)  or(l)

e. None of the above

 3. Six films- P, Q, R, S, T, U- are to be released on consecutive Friday. The Schedule of the release is to be in accordance with the following conditions-

   1. P must be released a week before T
  2. R must not be released immediately after the first release

  3. Q must be released on the Friday following the Friday on which U is released

   4. S must be released on fifth Friday and should not be immediately preceded by Q

   5. T must not be released in the last

3.1.Which of the following film preceded T?

a.  P

 b. Q

c. S

d. U

3.2.Which of the following film released immediately after Q?

a.      P

b. R

c. T

d. U

3.3.Film R cannot be released on which of the following Friday in addition to second Friday?

a. First

b. Third

c. Fourth

d.  Fifth

3.4.In between which of the two films S is to be released?

a. Q and T

b.      R & T

c. P & T

d. T & U

3.5.Which of the following film released firat?

a. P

b. Q

c. R

d. U

 4. How many independent words can ‘ASTOUNDER be divided into without changing the order of the letters and using each letter only once?

a. 2

 b. 3

c. 4

d. 5

5. On children’s Day, sweets were to be equally distributed among 175 children in a School. Actually on the Children’s Day, 35 Children were absent and therefore each child get 4 sweets extra. Total how many sweets available for distribution?

a. 2400

b. 2480

c. 2680

d. 2800

6. A camera always has-

a.      Lens

b. Reels

c. Flash

d. Photograph

e. Stand

7. Which of the following is the same as Grafting, Budding, Layering?

a. Weeding

b. Digging

c. Field

d. Seed






   c. ONNHHM

    d. QPPJJO

9. There are six children playing football, namely, A, B, C, D, and E & F. A & E are brothers. F is sister of E. C is the only son of A’s uncle. B & D are the daughters of the brother of C’s father?

      9.1.   How is C related to F?

a.      Cousin

b.     Brother

c.      Son

d.      Uncle

9.2.  How many players are there?

a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

e. 5

9.3. How many female players are there?

a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

e. 5

9.4. How is D related to A?

a. Uncle

b. Sister

c. Niece

d. Cousin

10. Amit walked 30 metres towards East, took a right turn and walked 40 metres. Then he took a left turn and walked 30 metres. In which direction is he now from the starting point?

a.      North-East

b.      East

c.     South-East

d.      South

11. Aman is sixteen from the left and in a row of boys and Vivek is 18th from the Right end. Gagan is 11th from Aman towards the right and 3rd from Vivek towards the Right end. How many boys are in the row?

a.      40

b.      42

c.       48

d.      Data inadequate

e.       None of these

12. If Thursday was the day after the day before yesterday five days ago, what is the least number of days ago when Sunday was three days before the day after tomorrow?

a.      2

b.      3

c       4

d.      5

13. Pointing to a photograph, a woman says, “This man’s son’s sister is my mother-in-law ” how is the woman’s husband related to the man in the photograph?

a. Grandson

b.      Son

c.       Son-in-law

d.      Nephew

e.       None of these


1. C

2 D, C, D

3 A, A, D, B, D

4 A

5 D

6 A

7 A

8 A

9 A, C, C, D

10 C

11 E

12 A

13 A

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Comment by priyanka kansara on March 12, 2015 at 3:32pm

Dear Manpreet,

   Initially there were 175 children, suppose, each one will get get x. but on that day, 35 students were absent, so the number of student will be 140. now due to the number of children becomes less, each will get 4 more sweets, i.e each will get x+4. now balance both the equation;

so, the total number of sweets is



so the total number of sweets will  be 175*16=2800 

Comment by Manpreet Walia on March 12, 2015 at 11:44am
can anyone tell me the ans. of 5th?
Comment by priyanka kansara on March 11, 2015 at 2:16pm

Dear Shreya,


if you thouroughly look into these words; the conversion is like that- Dcomes before E, W comes before X, now leave every third word i.e. leave T; again, Q comes before R, Z comes before A, leave O and so on. so we can write PROPOSITION as OQONHSNM. Hope you understood. if you didn't ask me again. Thank you!

Comment by priyanka kansara on March 11, 2015 at 2:09pm

Dear Isha,

we can divide the word ASTOUNDER into the word, AS, TO & UNDER, so,  without changing the order of the letters and using each letter only once, we can make 3 words.

Comment by Shreya Mishra on March 10, 2015 at 8:14pm
And question no 8?
Comment by isha on March 10, 2015 at 7:53pm
Can u explain the answer to ques no 4

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