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[Reasoning] Important Ranking Test - Previous Years Asked Questions In Bank PO Exams Pdf

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Important Ranking Test - Previous Years Asked Questions

Ranking Test Is an important concept and easy to score marks by following some simple tricks. Here are some of the questions asked in previous years PO Level Exams . We Will Keep On Updating This Page With More Questions, Pls Share this page and Post your answers in comment section below .

Mohan and Suresh study in the same class. Mohan has secured more marks than Suresh in the terminal examination. Suresh's rank is seventh from top among all the students in the class. Which of the following is definitely true? [Canara Bank PO Exam (09.02.2003)]

1. Mohan stood first in the terminal examination
2. There is at least one student between Mohan and Suresh in the rank list
3. There are at the most five students between Mohan and Suresh in the rank list\
4. Suresh is five ranks lower than Mohan in the rank list
5. None of these



In a row of girls facing North, Rinky is 10th to the left to Pinky who is 21st from the right end. If Minky who is 17th from the left end is 4th to the right of Rinky. How many girls  are there in the row? [Syndicate Bank PO Exam(10.10.2004)
]
1. Data inadequate
2. 44
3. 37
4. 43
5. None of these

In a row of 40 girls, when Kamal was shifted to her left by 4 places her number from the left end of the row became 10. What was the number of Sujata from the right end of the row if Sujata was three places to the right of Kamal's original position?

1. 22
2. 26
3. 25
4. 23
5. None of these

Akshay is 16th from the left end in the row of boys and Vijay is 18th from the right end. Avinash is 11th from Akshay towards the right end and 3rd from Vijay towards the right end. How many boys are there in the row? [Syndicate Bank PO Exam(10.10.2004) ]

1. Data inadequate
2. 42
3. 40
4. 48
5. None of these

In a row of thirty boys, R is fourth from the right end and W is tenth from the left end. How many boys are there between R and W? [Indian Overseas Bank PO Exam(05.04.2009)]
1. 15
2. 16
3. 17
4. Data inadequate
5. None of these

4 - 5( Answer is 41) , 5 - 2

Important Syllogism Questions Asked In SBI PO Previous Years Exam - Crack SBI PO Mains 2015

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Here are some of the important questions asked in previous years of SBI PO Exams . Solve these Questions and post answers in comments below. These question models may be asked in the upcoming SBI PO Mains 2015 exams too.Syllogism Questions have a Statements Followed by concusions, You have to select an conclusion which is true/valid for the given statements .

Directions (Q. 1-5): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III & IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. 



1. Statements: 
All cups are bottles. Some bottles are jugs..
No jug is plate. Some plates are tables.

Conclusions: 
I. Some tables are bottles.
II. Some plates are cups.
III. No table is bottle.
IV. Some jugs are cups.

1) Only I follows 2) Only II follows 3) Only III follows
4) Only IV follows 5) Only either 1 or III follows

2. Statements: 
Some chairs are handlts.
All handles are pots. All pots are mats.
Some mats are buses.

Conclusions:
I. Some buses are handles.
II. Some mats are chairs.
III. No bus is a handle.
IV. Some mats are handles.

1) Only I, II and IV follow
2) Only II, III and IV follow
3) Only either I or III and II follow
4) Only either I or III and IV follow
5) Only either I or III, II and IV follow

3. Statements: 
All birds are horses. All horses are tigers.
Some tigers are lions. Some lions are monkeys.

Conclusions: 
I. Some tigers are horses.
II. Some monkeys are birds.
III. Some tigers are birds.
IV. Some monkeys are horses.

1) Only I and III follow 2) Only I, II and III follow
3) Only II, III and IV follow 4) All I, II, III and IV follow
5) None of these

4. Statements: 
Some benches are walls.
All walls are houses.
Some houses are jungles. All jungles are roads.

Conclusions:
I. Some roads are benches.
II. Some jungles are walls.
III. Some houses are benches.
IV. Some roads are houses.

1) Only I and II follow 2) Only I and III follow
3) Only III and IV follow 4) Only II, III and IV follow
5) None of these

5. Statements: 
Some sticks are lamps. Some flowers are lamps.
Some lamps are dresses. All dresses are shirts.

Conclusions: 
I. Some shirts are sticks.
II. Some shirts are flowers.
II I. Some flowers are sticks.
IV. Some dresses are sticks.

1) None follows 2) Only I follows 3) Only II follows
4) Only 111 follows 5) Only IV follows

(6-16). In each of the questions/set of questions below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the two given conclusions logically follows from the information given in the statement. Give answer

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

6. Statements:
All rings are circles.
All squares are rings.
No ellipse is a circle.

Conclusions:
I. Some rings being ellipses is a possibility.
II. At least some circles are squares.

7. Statements:
No house is an apartment.
Some bungalows are apartments.

Conclusions:
I. No house is a bungalow.
II. All bungalows are houses.

8.Statements:
Some gases are liquids.
All liquids are water.

Conclusions:
I. All gases being water is a possibility.
II. All such gases which are not water can never be liquids..

9. Statements:
All minutes are seconds.
All seconds are hours.
No second is a day.

Conclusions: 
I. No day is an hour.
II. At least some hours are minutes.

10. Statements: 
Some teachers are professors.
Some lecturers are teachers.

Conclusions:
I. All teachers as well as professors being lecturers is a possibility.
II. All those teachers who are lecturers are also professors.

11. Statements: 
Some teachers are professors.
Some lecturers are teachers.

Conclusions: 
I. No professor is a lecturer.
II. All lecturers being professors is a possibility.

12. Statements:
Some trains are cars
All cars are branches
All branches are nets
Some nets are dresses

Conclusions:
I. Some dresses are cars
II. Some nets are trains
III. Some branches are trains
IV. Some dresses are trains

13. Statements:
Some pencils are kites
Some kites are desks
All desks are jungles
All jungles are mountains

Conclusions:
I. Some mountains are pencils
II. Some jungles are pencils
III. Some mountains are desks
IV. Some jungles are kites

14. Statements:
All papers are clips
Some clips are boards
Some boards are lanes
All lanes are roads

Conclusions:
I. Some roads are boards
II. Some lanes are clips
III. Some boards are papers
IV. Some roads are clips

15. Statements:
All pens are clocks
Some clocks are tyres
Some tyres are wheels
Some wheels are buses

Conclusions:
I. Some buses are tyres
II. Some wheels are clocks
III. Some wheels are pens
IV. Some buses are clocks

16. Statements:
All stones are hammers
No hammer is ring
Some rings are doors
All doors are windows

Conclusions:
I. Some windows are stones
II. Some windows are rings
III. No window is stone
IV. Some rings are stones

Input - Output Problems - Oriental Insurance AO Exam Previous Year Questions 2012

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Input - Output Problems - Oriental Insurance AO


Directions (Qs. 1-5) : A letter/ letter combination arrangement machine when given an input of letters / letter combinations, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of the input and the steps of rearrangement.



Input : Going but for crept te light sir
Step I : Crept going but for te light sir
Step II : Crept going light but for te sir
Step III : Crept going light but for sir te
(Step III is the last step for this input.)

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in the given questions the appropriate step for the given input.

1. Input: the in car as he may me
Which of the following will be the third step for this input?
(1) car the in as he may me (2) car may the as in he me
(3) car as may he the in me (4) car may the in as he me

2. If the second step of an input is 'clever remand window sales batch tiger never', which of the following steps would be last step of that input?
(1) IV (2) V (3) VI (4) VII

3. If the input is 'true se veto be nuke my like', which of the following will be the IV step?
(1) veto true nuke like se be my (2) be my se like true veto nuke
(3) like nuke true veto be se my (4) be my like se true veto nuke

4. Input: 'more fights cats cough sough acts idea'. Which of the following steps would be the last step for this input?
(1) IV (2) V (3) VI (4) VII

5. In how many steps the following input be fully arranged?
Input: amis goes to the bar after dinner everyday
(1) Four (2) Five (3) Six (4) Seven

Daily Reasoning Questions With Answers - NICL, Bank Exams March 28 , 2015

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Directions—(Q. 1–5) In each of the following questions choose the set of numbers from the four alternative sets that is similar to the given set.




1. Given set : (4, 9, 18)
(A) (8, 14, 22)
(B) (10, 15, 25)
(C) (6, 12, 23)
(D) (12, 17, 26)

2. Given set : (10, 14, 17)
(A) (4, 11, 14)
(B) (9, 12, 15)
(C) (8, 13, 18)
(D) (6, 9, 12)

3. Given set : (7, 27, 55)
(A) (21, 35, 52)
(B) (18, 42, 65)
(C) (16, 40, 72)
(D) (13, 30, 58)

4. Given set : (39, 28, 19)
(A) (84, 67, 52)
(B) (52, 25, 17)
(C) (70, 49, 36)
(D) (65, 45, 21)

5. Given set : (246, 257, 358)
(A) (233, 343, 345)
(B) (273, 365, 367)
(C) (143, 226, 237)
(D) (145, 235, 325)


Answers : 1 - D , 2 - A ,3 - C , 4 - A , 5 - A

Questions On Miscellaneous Series Arrangement Of Digits,Symbols,Letters - March 28 , 2015

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Questions On Miscellaneous Series Arrangement


Directions (Qs. 1 - 4): Study the following arrangement of digits, letters and symbols, and answer the questions given below:

F ✡ E T N 1 ☯ 8 D I P 7 ● ■ J U 6 K G H 2 M 9 ★ S 3 L C ✵ Q 4 R 5 V ✷A B


1. How many consonants are there each of which is either immediately preceded by a number and/or immediately followed by a symbol?

(1) Seven (2) Eight (3) Nine (4) Ten

2. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way based on the above arrangement and form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

(1) G2★ (2) 8PJ (3) ●UG (4) 2S

3. If the positions of E and F are interchanged, and the positions of M and A are interchanged, how many vowels will be there each of which will be both immediately preceded and immediately followed by a consonant?

(1) Three (2) Two (3) One (4) Zero

4. What should come in place of the question mark in the following series:
EB✡  1V☯  P✵● ?

(1) G9 ■ (2) KH ■ (3) KH (4) GH ■


Oriental Insurance AO Exam 2012 Reasoning Questions - March 24 , 2015

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Oriental Insurance AO Exam 2012 Reasoning Question

In each question below are given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the two given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows/ follow from the two given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

1. Statements:

Some men are homemakers.
Some homemakers are women.
Conclusions:
I. Some men are women. 
II. Some women are men.
III. All women are homemakers. 
IV. All homemakers are men.

(1) All follow (2) None follows

(3) Only I and III follow (4) Only II and IV follow

2. Statements:

All scholars are teachers.
Some teachers are researchers.
Conclusions:
I. All scholars are researchers. 
II. Some Scholars are researchers.
III. Some researchers are teachers. 
IV. Some teachers are scholars.

(1) None follows 

(2) Only III and IV follow
(3) All follow 
(4) Only III follows

3. Statements:

Some men are boys.
No boy is a woman.
Conclusions:
I. No man is woman. 
II. No boy is man.
III. Some men are women. 
IV. Some boys are men.

1) All follow 2) None follows 
3) Only IV and either I or III follow  4) Only I and III follow 5) None of these

4. Statements:

No manager is a teacher.
All teachers are researchers.
Conclusions:
I. No researcher is a teacher. 
II. No researcher is a manager.
III. Some teachers are researchers. 
IV. Some researchers are teachers.

(1) None follows (2) All follow

(3) Only II follows (4) Only III and IV Follow

5. All houses are rooms.

All rooms are windows.
Conclusions:
I. All windows are rooms. 
II. All rooms are houses.
III. All houses are windows. 
IV. Some windows are houses.

(1) None follows (2) Only I and II follows


(3) Only III and IV follow (4) Only II follows

Daily Reasoning Quiz Questions For NICL Exams - Bank Exams March 22 , 2015

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Here is Our Daily Reasoning Quiz Questions For NICL Exams - Bank Exams For March 22 , 2015.

Reasoning Quiz Questions

1. If the following numbers are rewritten by interchanging the digits in ten’s place and hundred’s place and then arranging them in the descending order. What will be the second digit of the newly formed fifth number from your right ? 

479, 736, 895, 978, 389, 675 
(A) 3 
(B) 4 
(C) 5 
(D) 6 

2. P is 60 m South-East of Q. R is 60 m North-East of Q. Then R is in which direction of P ? 
(A) North 
(B) North-East 
(C) South 
(D) South-East 

Directions—(Q. 3–5) Read the following information for answering the questions that follow— On a playing ground A, B, C, D and E are standing as described below facing the North. 
(i) B is 50 metres to the right of D. 
(ii) A is 60 metres to the South of B 
(iii) C is 40 metres to the West of D. 
(iv) E is 80 metres to the North of A. 

3. If a boy walks from C, meets D followed by B, A and then E, how many metres has he walked if he has travelled the straight distance all through ? 
(A) 120 
(B) 150 
(C) 170 
(D) 230

4. What is the minimum distance (in metre approximately) between C and E ? 
(A) 53 
(B) 78 
(C) 92 
(D) 120

5. Who is to the South-East of the person who is to the left of D ? 
(A) A 
(B) B 
(C) C 
(D) E

Answers : 
 1-C , 2-A , 3-D , 4-C , 5-A

Reasoning Questions Quiz For Bank Exams- March 15 , 2015

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Check Out Todays Questions For Reasoning For Bank Exams and Other Competitive Exams.

Reasoning Questions Quiz


1. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word GUARDIAN each of which has
as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet ?
(A) None
(B) One
(C) Two
(D) Three
(E) More than three

2. 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 ?
(A) 19
(B) 17
(C) 23
(D) 29
(E) 27

3. How many meaningful English words can be made with the letters TEBI using each
letter only once in each word ?
(A) None
(B) One
(C) Two
(D) Three
(E) More than three

4. In a certain code LONG is written as 5123 and GEAR is written as 3748. How is
LANE written in that code ?
(A) 5427
(B) 5247
(C) 5847
(D) 5237
(E) None of these

5. ‘BD’ is related to ‘EG’ and ‘MO’ is related to ‘PR’ in the same way as ‘FH’ is related
to ……….
(A) JM
(B) IL
(C) JL
(D) IK

Post your solutions to questions in comments below...