**1. During the morning assembly in a school, students stand in the playground in a fixed pattern of rows, Each row consists of students of only one particular class.**

1. There are four more rows of Class 10 students than of Class 5 students.

2. The number of rows of Class 6 students is one less than of Class 10 students.

3. One of the Classes has the maximum number of rows, i.e-seven.

4. There are two rows of Class 5 students.

5. There are two more rows of Class 8 students than of Class 5students.

6. The number of rows of Class 9 students is less than that of Class 7 students.

Analyze this information and answer the question given below.

Which of the following is the total number of rows of Class 10 students?

i) 4

ii) 5**iii) 6-Answer**

iv) 7

v) 8

**2. Five people, P, Q, R, S and T are appearing in an interview. The order in which they will be called for the interview is fixed. P will be called before R, Q will be called before S and T before P. Which among the following could be the correct sequence in which they would attend the interview?**

i) P, R, Q, S, T

ii) P, R, S, T, Q

iii) Q, R, P, T, S**iv) Q, S, T, P, R-Answer**

**3. For his highly confidential project, Professor Mark Philip is trying to make a team comprising four doctors; two males and two females. He can choose the team members from among Peter, Jack, Martin, Steve, Mary, Rosy and Stephanie.**

Peter, Jack, Martin and Steve are male doctors.

Mary, Rosy and Stephanie are female doctors,

Peter and Jack do not work together,

Rosy and peter refuse to work together

Martin and Stephanie cannot work together.

If jack is made a member of the team, who among the following can be the other three members of the team?

i) Mary, Rosy and Peter

ii) Mary, Stephanie and Martin

iii) Mary, Stephanie and Peter**iv) Mary, Rosy and Steve- Answer**

**4. In a class, there are eight students: P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W**

P is taller than Q, but shorter than R.

Q is shorter than S, but taller than T.

U is shorter than P, but taller than Q.

V is taller than S, but shorter than U,

W is shorter than Q.

Based on the above information, which one of the following is true?**i) U is taller than S.-Answer**

ii) W is taller than S.

iii) W is shortest of all.

iv) T is taller than W.

**5. Peter places seven marbles in a row according to the following information.**

1. Two marbles are red in color

2. There are two blue-colored marbles and each blue-colored marble is adjacent to red colored marble.

3. No blue-colored marble is in the center of the row.

4. There is one pink-colored marble.

5. There are two white-colored is placed at one end of the row.

If the pink-colored marble is placed at the other end of the row, then the marble of which color will be placed in the center of the row?

i) White

ii) Blue**iii) Red-Answer**

iv) Either Red or Blue

**6. A, B, C, D and E took an exam. When the result was declared, the teacher wrote the following information on a place of paper.**

B has scored more than 2 marks.

C has scored more marks in the exam than A and B have scored together

Marks scored by A are the same as the total marks scored by D and E together.

A has scored more marks than B.

No two people have scored the same marks.

If D Scored more marks than B, Who scored the lowest marks?

i) A

ii) B

iii) C

iv) D**v) Data insufficient-Answer**

**7. Carefully read the given information and answer the following question:****A teacher categorizes the students of a class in five groups : P, Q, R, S and T. She comes up with the following conclusions:**

All Ps are OS.

All Qs are RS.

Some Ss are PS.

All SS are Qs.

No Ts are RS.

Which of the following is true?

i) All Rs are PS.

ii) Some Ts are Qs.

iii) All Ps are Ss.**iv) No Qs are Ts.-Answer**

v) Some Ts are Ps.

**8. Jack is sleeping****Which of the following statement/statements is/are necessary to justify the given sentence?**

1. Jack is in bed.

2. It is afternoon.

3. Everyone lying on the bed is sleeping.

i) 1 & 2

ii) 2 & 3**iii) 1 & 3-Answer**

**9. A team of four students has to be selected from A, B, C, D, E, F and G. according to the following conditions:**

B will not be with F.

A and C must be together.

E will not be with A.

G and D must be together.

F will not be with G.

A team can consist of.

i) ABCE**ii) BDEG-Answer**

iii) BDFA

iv) DEAG

**10. Four men: Rory, Stephen Tony an Ulrich are married to four women: Rachel, Sarah, Teri and Ursa. Each of the four couples lives in one of the following four states: Rhode Island, South Dakota. Texas and Utah.**

Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

1. The first letters of the names of men, their wives and the states in which they live are not the same.

2. Sarah is not married to Rony.

3. Stephen does not live in Rhode Island or Utah and is not Rache’s husband.

4. Ulrich and Teri do not live in South Dakota.

Who is Rory’s Wife?

i) Rachel

ii) Sarah**iii) Teri -Answer**

iv) Ursa

**11. A, B, C and D are four people.****1. A is the son of B.**

2. B is the daughter of C.

3. C is the mother of D.

Which among the following is true?

i) B and D are brothers

ii) D is the father of A

iii) A and D are brothers**iv) B is the sister of D-Answer**

12. ‘Tuta Kaba’ means ‘read apples’

‘Pita haka’ means ‘sweet oranges’

‘Haka nut kaba’ means ‘sweet luscious apples’

**12. Which word in the language means ‘luscious’?**

i) Tuta

ii) Kaba**iii) Nut-Answer**

iv) Haka

**13. Read the statements below:**

P can speak English and Spanish.

Q can speak English and French.

R can speak French and Spanish.

S can speak German and English.

T, a Spaniard, can also speak German.

Who among the following cannot have a conversation without an interpreter?

i) P and R

ii) Q and S**iii) Q and T-Answer**

iv) P and T

**14. There are six floors in a building from the first floor to the top floor. No two people can live on the same floor.**

Read the following information and answer the given question:

P lives two floors below M.

S lives on the floor just above N.

Two floors are vacant.

If P lives on the second floor, which of the following would be true?

i) S lives on the third floor.

ii) M lives on the fifth floor.**iii) N lives on the floor above M. -Answe**r

**15. There are six floors in a building from the first floor to the top floor. No two people can live on the same floor.****Read the following information and answer the given question:**

P lives two floors below M.

S lives on the floor just above N.

Two floors are vacant.

If P lives on the second floor, which of the following would be true?

i) S lives on the third floor.

ii) M lives on the fifth floor.**iii) N lives on the floor above M.-Answer.**

**16. Six people, P, Q, R, S, T and V, run a marathon.**

Q does not win.

Two runners separate T and S.

P is running behind S and T.

Q is running ahead of S.

How many runners separate P and V?

i) 1

ii) 4

iii) 3**iv) 2-Answer**

**17. Two siblings: A and B, are having a conversation.**

Read the following information and answer the given question:

A says to his sister, B: “I have as many sisters as brothers,”

B tells her brother, A: “ I have twice as many brothers as sisters,”

How many brothers and sisters are there?

i) 2 brothers and 5 sisters**ii) 4 brothers and 3 sisters -Answer**

iii) 3 brothers and 3 sisters

iv) 3 brothers and 4 sisters

**18. Six people, P, Q, R, S, T and V run a marathon.**

Q does not win

Two runners separate T and S

P is running behind S and T

Q is running ahead of T and there is one runner in between the two of them.

V is running ahead of S.

How many runners separate P and V?

i) 1**ii) 4-Answer**

iii) 3

iv) 2

**19. There are five friends: A, B, C, Dand E who pursue five different professions: singer, lawyer, doctor, sportsman and chef, not necessarily in the same order. One day, they meet and discuss their respective earnings.**

E is earning as much as the singer

C is earning less than the lawyer

A is earning less than the doctor

B is earning more than the chef.

C is earning more than the doctor.

The doctor is earning more than the sportsman

E is earning more than B.

Based on the above information, what is A’s profession?

i) Singer

ii) Lawyer

iii) Chef**iv) Connot be determined-Answer**

**20. Graffitiing and speechmaking on public property should be banned.** Anarchists and fundamentalists have no right to use public property to disseminate their nasty views.

The above arguments assume that:

i) Anarchists and fundamentalists always use public property to disseminate their ideas.

ii) Legal restrictions may apply to a select group**iii) Those who indulge in graffitiing and speechmaking on public property are anarchists and fundamentalists. -Answer**

iv) Law should not extent protection to those who create disorder.

**21. There are three people, A, B and C. They are to share a cake equally. They cut the cake into “n” equal pieces. After each one of them finished eating 4 pieces of the cake, the total number of the remaining pieces of the cake is equal to that to which each person was entitled initially. Find the value of “n”.**

i) 24**ii) 18-Answer**

iii) 28

iv) 36

**22. Three security guards: A, B and C, who guard a jewellery shop, work under the following conditions:**

None of the guards is called to work for three consecutive days.

Guard A does not work on Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday

Guard B does not work on Monday. Wednesday and Saturday

Guard C does not work on Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday.

On which day of the week are all of them present for work?

i) Sunday

ii) Saturday**iii) Friday-Answer**

iv) Tuesday

**23. Read the following information and answer the given question:**

Four lions, P, Q, R, and four tigers, L, M, N and O are being transferred from a wild life sanctuary. They are being transferred in two special animal transport vehicles. Each vehicle can hold four animals according to the following conditions:

1. There are exactly two lions and wo tigers in each vehicle

2. Either P or Q, but not both, can be kept in the first vehicle.

3. If L is in the first vehicle, R must also bae in the first vehicle.

4. If N is in the first vehicle. Q cannot be in the first vehicle.

If Q is in the first vehicle, which of the following three animals are kept along with Q?

i) P, M and O

ii) R, S and L**iii) R, L and M-Answer**

iv) R, M and N

v) S, L and O

**24. This question is based on the graphic shown below.**

What is the total number of tringles in the given diagram?

i) 12

ii) 13

iii) 14**iv) 17-Answer**

v) 16

**25. Count the number of triangles in the given diagram**

i) 22

ii) 25

iii) 21**iv) 27-Answer**

**26. Count the number of rectangles in the given diagram**

i) 10

ii) 19

iii) 8**iv) 12-Answer**

v) 18

**27. What is the total number of tringles in the given diagram?**

i) 28

ii) 29**iii) 30-Answer**

iv) 31

**28. How many 7S are there in the following series which are immediately preceded by 9 but not followed by 7?**

749769774329727793279**i) 2-Answer**

ii) 8

iii) 5

iv) 3

**29. In the following sequence, how many numbers are divisible by 3 or 5 and are immediately followed by an odd number?**

29, 25, 26, 21, 3, 25, 35, 18, 20, 22, 50, 9, 52, 54, 55, 56, 48, 26, 45**i) 5-Answer**

ii) 4

iii) 8

iv) 3

**30. How many pairs of the alternat numbers are there in the given sequence that have a difference of 3 among themselves?**

1 3 6 7 9 2 4 5 6 7 8 5 2 4 7 8 1 3 5 6 8 6 5

i) Four

ii) Two

iii) Three**iv) More than four-Answer**

**31. This question is based on the following series**

aABLI1238YZM957QRF

Complete the given sequence on the basis of above series.

AL2, AJ3, Y9Q, B1?

i) Z

ii) 3

iii) Y**iv) 8-Answer**

**32. 8Z5*CD2%J$7SQRi@ZI2****What will replace the question mark (?) in the following sequence, which is based on the above-given arrangement?**

58C

*ZD

C52

?**i) D%-Answer**

ii) $%s

iii) 7JQ

iv) 2CJ

**33. This question is based on the following series:**

aABLI1238 YZM957QRF

Which latter is at the 5th position from the left of the 9th letter from the right in the given series?

i) 2

ii) L

iii) 9**iv) None of these-Answer**

**34. Bob walks 8km towards North and then turns to his right and walks 4km more. He then turns to his right and walks 5km and turns again to his right and walks another 4km. Here he meets Smith coming from the opposite direction. The both stop here.**

In which direction was Bob going after his first turn?**i) EAST -Answer**

ii) WEST

iii) NORTH

iv) SOUTH

**35. A few days back when peter was suffering from fiver, he was taken to his uncle’s clinic. Which was 6 km towards the right of his house. But his uncle was not available at the clinic, so he was taken to the hospital which was 12 km towards the left from the clinic. The doctor prescribed him a medicine and he went to the chemist shop which was 1 km towards the left of the hospital. If peter’s house was south facing, then what was the minimum distance. Which he had to cover to come back to his house from the chemist’s shop?****i) 7 km-Answer**

ii) 9 km

iii) 11 km

iv) 13 km

**36. Bob walks 8km towards North and turns to his right and walks 4km more. He then turns to his right and walks 5km and turns again to his right and walks another 4km. Here he meets Smith coming from the opposite direction. They both stop here.**

If Bob is to again reach the point from where he started, in which direction will he have to go from the point he’s standing?**i) SOUTH-Answer**

ii) WEST

iii) NORTH EAST

iv) NORTH

**37. In a city, there are 6 hotels named: A, B C, D, E and F.**

Hotel D is 25 km to the north of Hotel F, which is 35 km to the northeast of Hotel B.

Hotel A is 15 km south of Hotel E and 25 Km to the southwest of Hotel C.

Three hotels are in a straight line in the following order, B, A and E.

Hotels A and B are 15km apart from each other.

Which hotel is the farthest to the southwest of Hotel D?

i) A*ii) B-Answer*

iii) C

iv) D

**38. Mark started his journey from point A. He travelled 12 kilometers I the south-east direction and then 12 kilometers in the north-east direction of the new point. He again travelled 12 kilometers in the north-west direction of the new point. After that, he started moving towards point A, in which direction is he walking now?**

i) South-east

ii) North-west**iii) South-west-Answer**

iv) North-east

**39. In a city, there are 6 hotels named: A, B, CD, E and F.**

Hotel D is 25km to the north of Hotel F, which is 35km to the southwest of Hotel B.

Hotel A is 15 km south of hotel E and 25km to the southwest of Hotel C.

Three hotels are in a straight line in the following order: B, A and E

Hotels A and B are 15km apart from each other.

If a visitor moves from Hotel E to Hotel D via Hotels A, B and F, then how much distances he would have covered?**i) 90km-Answer**

ii) 120km

iii) 125km

iv) 150km

**40. Damon ran 80m towards the west, then turned towards his left and walked 10km. Then, he again turned left and went another 10m. After that, he once again turned left and went another 10m. How far is he from the starting point?**

i) 80m**ii) 70m-Answer**

iii) 20m

iv) 10m

**41. Stefan and Elena start walking Westwards from a certain point. After covering 20 km, Stefan turns right and Elena turns left. Stefan waits for some time and then walks another 10 km, whereas Elena walks only 5 km.** Henceforth they both start walking southwards and cover 15 km each. How far is Stefan from Elena now?

i) 10km**ii) 15km-Answer**

iii) 30km

iv) 25km

**42. Read the following information and answer the given question:**

A certain code-word uses the digits 1, 2, 2, 4 and 5. The digits are written from left to right and the following conditions are to be adhered to:

- The code-word must be four-digits long
- Repetition of digits is allowed but there should be at least two different digits in the code-word.
- Cannot be the first number in the code-word.
- If 2 occurs, it should occur more than once.
- 3 cannot be the last number in the code-word, nor can it be nest to the last digit.
- If 1 occurs, 4 must also occur.
- If 2 does not occur, 5 too cannot occur.

Which of the following can be the code-word?

i) 1224

ii) 2532

iii) 3225

**iv) 4315-Answer**

v) 5413