Reasoning Test for IBPS Clerk 2018 Main Exam Set – 7

Directions (1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions:

Seven students R, S, D, E, M, A, and N live on different floors of a 7-floors building. Ground floor is numbered 1, first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each one likes different words i.e. Br, Ye, Pe, Wh, Gr, Re, and Bl but not necessarily in the same order. There are 2 floors between M and the one who likes “ye” word. D likes “bl” word and lives on even numbered floor. There are more than 2 floors between the ones who like “ye” and “pe” word. A lives on even number floor but not just below R’s floor. N doesn’t like “ye” word. There are 2 floors between R and the one who likes “wh” word. R likes “br” word and lives either on 7th or 1st floor. M likes “gr” and doesn’t lives either on topmost floor or lowermost floor but lives on odd number floor. R lives on 5th floor. The one who lives on 5th floor doesn’t like “pe” word.

1. Which of the following is true with respect to A as per the given information?
A lives on 7th floor
A lives immediately below D
A lives on lowermost floor
All are true
None of these
Option E

2. Who amongst the following lives on floor number 3?
The one who likes “Bl”word
The one who likes “Gr” word
M
Both b and c
None of these
Option D

3. Who lives on the floor immediately above R?
N
S
A
Cannot be determined
None of these
Option B

4. Which of the following word S likes?
Ye
Bl
Re
Gr
None of these
Option A

5. How many people live between the floors on which M and S live?
0
1
3
More than 3
2
Option E

6. Directions (6-10): In each question below are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered a and b. 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.

7. STATEMENTS:
a)Some G is a S.
b)Some S are A.
c)All P are S.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)No P is a G.
b)Some G are P.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option C

8. STATEMENTS:
a)Some S are H.
b)No C is H.
c)All C are P.
CONCLUSIONS:
a) Some S are not C.
b) Some S are not P.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option A

9. STATEMENTS:
a)Some F are T.
b)Some R are not T.
c)All R are S.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)Some F can be R.
b)All T can be R.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option D

10. STATEMENTS:
a)All S are I.
b)All E are D.
c)Some D are I.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)All S are E.
b)No S are E.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option E

11. STATEMENTS:
a)Some L is R.
b)Some W are R.
c)All S is W.
CONCLUSIONS:
a)No L is a S.
b)Some R is a S.

Only a follows
Only b follows
Either a or b follows
Both a and b follows
Neither a nor b follows
Option E