**Directions (1-3): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.**

Six students A, B, C, D, E and F participated in two quizzes based on Math and English.

The total marks of A in Math was just above C and in English just above F. B was just above C in English but he scored less than D in Math.

F got more marks than D and E in English but did not perform as well in Math as in English as compared to D and E. No one is in between C and D in Math and C and A in English.

- Who got the highest marks in English?

A) A

B) B

C) D

D) C

E) Cannot be determined

- Which of the following students has scored the least in English?

A) Only D

B) Only E

C) Only C

D) Only D or E

E) Cannot be determined

- Who was just below D in Math?

A) B

B) E

C) C

D) F

E) Cannot be determined

**Directions (4-6): Each question below contains two rows marked by I and II. The resultant of each row can be found by the rules given below. Answer the question followed by the rows by finding the resultant with the help of following five rules:**

Step 1) If an even number is followed by an odd (prime) number, then the resultants will be additions of two numbers.

Step 2) If an odd number is followed by a perfect square, then the resultants come by subtracting smaller number from greater number.

Step 3) If an odd number is followed by another odd number, then the resultants will be additions of two numbers.

Step 4) If an even number is followed by an odd (non-prime) number, then the resultants come by subtracting smaller number from greater number.

Step 5) If an odd number is followed by an even number, then the resultants come by multiplying the numbers.

**Note:** For each resultant start from step 1. So for each operation priority will be given to Step 1, then step 2 and so on.

- I. 4 5 6

II. 6 15 4

Find the multiplication of the resultant of two rows.

A) 285

B) 275

C) 280

D) 270

E) 260

- I. 9 3 21

II. 3 x 11

If x is the resultant of first row, then find the resultant of second row.

A) 19

B) 16

C) 15

D) 18

E) 17

- I. 12 25 2

II. 9 15 17

Find the LCM of the resultant of the first row and one more than the resultant of second row.

A) 542

B) 546

C) 552

D) 556

E) 558

**Directions (7-8): From which of the following statements, the given conclusions follow?**

- Conclusions: All dogs are cats is a possibility. Some monkeys are dogs.

Statements:

A) All dogs are monkeys. All monkeys are lions. No lion is cat.

B) Some dogs are monkeys. No monkey is lion. No lion is cat.

C) Some dogs are monkeys. All monkeys are lions. No monkey is cat.

D) All dogs are monkeys. Some monkey is lion. No monkey is cat.

E) None

- Conclusions: Some white are green. No red is black.

Statements:

A) All red are white. Some red are green. No green is black.

B) Some red are white. Some red are green. All white are black

C) All red are white. Some red are green. No white is black

D) No red is white. All green are white. Some white are black

E) None

**Directions (9-10): In each question below is given a group of letters followed by four combinations of digits/symbols given in (A), (B), (C) and (D). You have to find out which of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters based on the rules and mark the answer accordingly. If none of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters, mark (E) as your answer.**

(i) If the first two letters are consonants, the codes for these letters are to be interchanged.

(ii) If the second letter is a vowel, the codes for the first and third letters are to be interchanged.

(iii) If the first letter is a vowel then the last letter is to be coded as the code for the vowel.

Letter | A | C | G | I | K | M | P | R | S | U | X | Z |

Code | 5 | 8 | & | 6 | # | 0 | @ | % | 4 | 1 | 7 | ! |

- UGZRP

A) 1&!%@

B) 1&!%1

C) 1&6%1

D) 1%!%1

E) None of these

- KAMUS

A) #5#14

B) 05014

C) 05#14

D) #5014

E) None of these

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