Reasoning Test for LIC AAO Prelims Exam Set – 20

Directions(1-5): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are following by two conclusions.

  1. STATEMENT:
    Akansha≥ Kavya≥ Lokesh ≤ Ceon, Akansha = Mani
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Lokesh≤ Mani
    b) Ceon < Kavya

    Only conclusion a is true
    Only conclusion b is true
    Either conclusion a or b is true
    Both conclusion a and b is true
    Neither conclusion a nor b is true
    Option A

     

  2. STATEMENT:
    Elvish = Yashi > Oman = Zaira, Taruna ≥ Nitesh > Zaira
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Taruna > Yashi
    b)Elvish ≤ Nitesh

    Only conclusion a is true
    Only conclusion b is true
    Either conclusion a or b is true
    Both conclusion a and b is true
    Neither conclusion a nor b is true
    Option E

     

  3. STATEMENT:
    Riya ≥ Priyal > Weom = Elvish < Shivani ≤ Unnati CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Shivani < Riya b) Weom < Unnati

    Only conclusion a is true
    Only conclusion b is true
    Either conclusion a or b is true
    Both conclusion a and b is true
    Neither conclusion a nor b is true
    Option B

     

  4. STATEMENT:
    Elvish ≥ Diksha = Girish, Hari > Kavya ≥ Girish
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Elvish ≥ Hari
    b) Kavya ≥ Diksha

    Only conclusion a is true
    Only conclusion b is true
    Either conclusion a or b is true
    Both conclusion a and b is true
    Neither conclusion a nor b is true
    Option B

     

  5. STATEMENT:
    Akash < Mani < Weom = Farah > Shivani ≥ Jaya
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Weom > Jaya
    b) Farah > Akash

    Only conclusion a is true
    Only conclusion b is true
    Either conclusion a or b is true
    Both conclusion a and b is true
    Neither conclusion a nor b is true
    Option D

     

  6. Directions(6-10): In each of the questions given below some statements are followed by some conclusions. You have to take the 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 from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

  7. STATEMENTS:
    a)All G is B.
    b)Some R is G.
    c)Some P is R.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some P is G.
    b) Some R is B.

    Only a is true
    Only b is true
    Either a or b is true
    Both a and b are true
    Neither a nor b is true
    Option B

     

  8. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some T is L.
    b)All L is G.
    c)Some G is M.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some M is T
    b)No T is M.

    Only a is true
    Only b is true
    Either a or b is true
    Both a and b are true
    Neither a nor b is true
    Option C

     

  9. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some O is G..
    b)No A is O..
    c)No M is G.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Some G is not A.
    b)Some O is not M.

    Only a is true
    Only b is true
    Either a or b is true
    Both a and b are true
    Neither a nor b is true
    Option D

     

  10. STATEMENTS:
    a)All W are I.
    b)Some A is D..
    c)No D is W.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some I is A is a possibility.
    b) Some A is not W.

    Only a is true
    Only b is true
    Either a or b is true
    Both a and b are true
    Neither a nor b is true
    Option D

     

  11. STATEMENTS:
    a)All L is S.
    b)No D is M.
    c)All D is S.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some S is not M.
    b)All L is M.

    Only a is true
    Only b is true
    Either a or b is true
    Both a and b are true
    Neither a nor b is true
    Option A

     



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