**Directions (1-5):** Eight students Z , Y , X, W , V , U , T and S are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. The one who sit at the four corners face the centre while those who sit in the middle of the sides face outside.(Opposite to the centre). T sits second to the right of X. X sits in the middle of one of the sides of table. Only two people sit between T and Y. W is one of the immediate neighbours of Y. V sits second to the left of W. Z sits second to the left of U. T is not an immediate neighbour of U.

- How many people sit between X and V when counted from the right of X?
1234Cannot be determinedOption C

- Which of the following is true regarding Z?
Both V and X are immediate neighbours of ZOnly three people sit between Z and WZ sits at middle on one of sidesS sits second to left of ZAll are trueOption D

- What is the position of T with respect to Y?
Immediate leftSecond to the rightThird to the leftFifth to the leftNone of theseOption D

- Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. What is the one that does not belong to that group?
YVWXTOption A

- Who sits second to the left of S?
ZYVCannot be determinedNone of theseOption B

- STATEMENTS:

a)Some E are T.

b)All T are F.

c)No T is C.

d)All C are A.

e)Some C are X.

f)No X is O.

CONCLUSIONS:

a)Some E are F.

b)Some E is not C.

c)All E being O is a possibility.

d)All X being T is a possibility.

e)Some F is not C.Conclusion a does not followConclusion b does not followConclusion c does not followConclusion d does not followConclusion e does not followOption D

- STATEMENTS:

a)All M are S.

b)All S are B.

c)Some B is D.

d)Some F is L.

e)No L is K.

f) All K is A.

CONCLUSIONS:

a) All M being F is a possibility.

b) All M being L is a possibility.

c) Some F is not K.

d) All L being A is a possibility.

e) All F being K is a possibility.Conclusion a does not followConclusion b does not followConclusion c does not followConclusion d does not followConclusion e does not followOption E

- STATEMENTS:

a)Some F is H.

b)No H is L.

c)All D is L.

d)No D is E.

e)Some E is N.

f) All N are W.

CONCLUSIONS:

a)No H is D.

b)Some F is not L.

c)Some N is not D.

d)Some E is W.

e)All F being L is a possibility.Conclusion a does not followConclusion b does not followConclusion c does not followConclusion d does not followConclusion e does not followOption E

- STATEMENTS:

a)Some B are P.

b)All B are C.

c)All P are S.

d)No S is R.

e)Some R is G.

f)No G is X.

CONCLUSIONS:

a)Some B is S.

b)Some R is X.

c) Some P is not R.

d) Some G is not S.

e) Some G is R.Conclusion a does not followConclusion b does not followConclusion c does not followConclusion d does not followConclusion e does not followOption B

- STATEMENTS:

a)Some M is not W.

b)All W is B.

c) Some B is not N.

d)Some N are R.

e) All R are Y.

f)No Y is O.

CONCLUSIONS:

a) All M being B is possibility.

b) All W being M is a possibility.

c) Some Y is N.

d)Some N is not O.

e) None of theseConclusion a does not followConclusion b does not followConclusion c does not followConclusion d does not followOption eOption E

**Directions (6-10): Question consists of six statements followed by five conclusions. Consider 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 does not logically follow from the given statements using all statements together. **