Reasoning Questions For IBPS-PO Exam 2015

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Reasoning Questions For IBPS-PO Exam 2015

Q 1 What will come next in the series?

A C F J  O ?

A U B. S
C.  W D.  G
E. none of these

Q 2. What will come next in the series?

AB DE HI MN ?

A.  TU B. XY
C.  WX D. WX
E. none of these

Q 3. What will come next in the series?

AN  BO  CP DQ ?

A. ER B. BQ
C.  BT D. NW
E. none of these

Q 4 In a certain Code language TEAR is written as UFBS What will be the code for THAN ?

A. UIBO B. NLOP
C. BNKH D. OPML
E. none of these

Q 5. ABTIM is written as 1,2,20,9,13 then What is the code for JUMPI ?

A. 10, 21, 13, 16, 9 B. 10, 25, 13, 14, 9
C. 10, 21, 14, 16, 9 D. 10, 23, 12, 15, 9
E. none of these

Q 6 to 10 Read the following information carefully in give the answers.

 In a certain code language  ” He like me ” is written as ” Ke Se Me” and “He goes school” is written as  Ke Ne Re and “God bless me” is written as “Se Ra Ta” and “School is God” is written as “Ra Re Le”.

Q.6 .How will ‘Like’ be written in that code language?

Q  7.   What should stand for ‘ Ke Ra Ta Le  ‘ in that code language?

Q 8.  How will ‘ Goes ‘ be written in that code language?

Q 9. How will ‘Bless ‘ be written in that code language?

Q 10. How will ‘School’ be written in that code language?

 

Q 11 to  15 .Read the following information carefully in give the answers.

1.There are six members in a family.

2.A is the husband of D and D has one child F. 

3.M is a doctor and aunt of F. 

.4.M’s father is a Lawyer and Head person of the family.

  1. U ishusbandof doctor.

Q 11 . How many male persons are there in the family?

Q 12. What is the name of M’s husband?

Q 13. How T is related to U?

Q 14. Who is head of the family?

Q 15.  How A is related to M ?

Q 16 to  20 .Read the following information carefully in give the answers.

One man stands facing north. He start walking and  take turn to his Right and goes 7 km and reaches point A then he take turn to his right and goes 4 km to reach point B then he again take right and goes 4 km and reaches point F at the last he take right and goes 2 km and  reaches point D.

Q 16 . Now in which direction he faces ?

Q 17 What is the total distance covered  by that man?

Q 18 In which direction he is standing now from starting point?

Q 19 How many turn he took to reach point D?

Q 20 In which direction point B is regarding point D ?

Q 21  In a row Amit is 17th from left and 12th from right. How many students are there in the row?

A. 28 B. 27
C.  32 D. 31
E. none of these

Q 22 There are 40 students are standing in  a row and Sheelu is standing 12th from left and  Raju is 10th from the right. How many student are between Sheelu and Raja ? 

A. 18 B. 20
C. 16 D. 15
E. none of these

Q 23 to 27

There are 7 persons are sitting on a circular table and facing to the center of the table.

X is sitting second to the right of R and third to the left of D.

 Z and P are immediate neighbors.

Y is second to the right of Z.

W is second to the right of Y.

Q . 23 Who is sitting 2nd to the left of Z ?

Q 24  Who is sitting 4th to the right of P ?

Q 25  Who is sitting 3rd  to the left of W ?

Q 26 Who are immediate neighbors of Y?

Q 27  How many persons are between D and R ?

Q 28 to 32 Read the following information carefully in give the answers.

There are eight friend (M N O P Q R S T ) sitting on square table facing at center of the table.

A is sitting between C and F.

G is 2nd right to the A. 

F is 2nd to the  left of D.

E is 3rd  to the left of C.

B is immediate neighbor of H and E .

D is immediate neighbor of G.

Q 28 Who are the immediate neighbors of G ?

Q 29  How many persons are there between A and H ?

Q 30  Who is sitting 3rd  to the left of B?

Q  31  Who is sitting 2nd to the right of E ?

Q 32  Who is sitting 4th to the right of T?

 In the given questions, the assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the given two conclusions numbered I, II  is/ are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

Q 33 Statements: 

All Books are Copies

Some Copies are Notebooks

All Note books are long

Conclusion:

1 Some long are books

2 Some copies are books

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 34 Statement: 

All Books are Copies

Some Copies are Notebooks

All Note books are long

Conclusion:

1 All books are notebooks

2 Some long are copies

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

 

Q 35 Statement: 

All Books are Copies

Some Copies are Notebooks

All Note books are long

Conclusion :

1 Some notebooks are books

2 No any book is notebook

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 36 Statement: 

Some trees are fruits

Some fruits are small

All small are Green

Conclusion :

1 Some green are tree

2 Some trees are fruit

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 37 Statement: 

Some trees are fruits

Some fruits are small

All small are Green

Conclusion :

1 Some fruits are green

2 No any fruit is green

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 38  Statement: 

All students are teachers

Some teachers are bad

No any bad is skillful

 

Conclusion :

1 Some bad are students

2 Some skillful are teachers

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 39  Statement: 

All students are teachers

Some teachers are bad

No any bad is skillful

Conclusion :

1 Some bad are students

2 Some skillful are teachers

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 40 Statement: 

All students are teachers

Some teachers are bad

No any bad is skillful

Conclusion :

1 Is there possibility that some skillful are students

2 No any student is skillful

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

 

Q 41  Statement: 

All cops are thief

Some thief are Innocent

All innocent are poor

Conclusion :

1 Some cops are innocent

2 Some poor are cops

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 42  Statement: 

All cops are thief

Some thieves are Innocent

All innocent are poor

Conclusion :

1 All thieves are cops

2 Some poor are thief

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 43 Statement: 

All books are good

All good are like

Some likes are fake

Conclusion:

1 Some fake are books

2 All likes are good

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 44 Statement: 

A>B≥C>D , O<K , K<D

Conclusion:

1  A > D

2  D> O

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

 

Q 45  Statement: 

A>B≥C>D , O<K , K<D

Conclusion :

1  C > K

2  B > O

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 46  Statement: 

D≥K>T>F, K< G<M≤L

Conclusion :

1  T>L

2 K>M

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 47  Statement: 

D≥K>T>F, K< G<M≤L

Conclusion :

1  G>D

2 L>F

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 48  Statement: 

D≥K>T>F, K< G<M≤L

Conclusion :

1  D>K

2 D=K

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 49  Statement: 

R <U ≤ L≤ M > N , N>J , R> Q

Conclusion :

1  Q>M

2 R>N

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 50  Statement: 

R <U ≤ L≤ M > N , N>J , R> Q

Conclusion :

1  J>L

2 J>Q

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 51  Statement: 

R <U ≤ L≤ M > N , N>J , R> Q

Conclusion :

1  R> M

2 Q>N

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 52  Statement: 

P≥ Q ≥ S > R, S< A ≤ M = J≤ X

Conclusion :

1  R>X

2  J>Q

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q 53  Statement: 

P≥ Q ≥ S > R, S< A ≤ M = J≤ X

Conclusion :

1  X>A

2 M>S

Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.54.  STATEMENT :

U > M = N ≥ K , N < P > Y, P≤ A

CONCLUSION :

1.A>M

  1. U>P
Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

Q.55.  STATEMENT :

U > M = N ≥ K , N < P > Y, P≤ A

CONCLUSION :

  1. M>K
  2. M=K
Only 1 is true B. Only 2 is true
C. either 1 or  2 is true D. Both are not true
E.  Both 1 and 2 are true

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