Reasoning Test for NIACL 2018 Prelim Exam Set – 11

Directions (1-6): Five players Manish, Nitesh, Ojasvee, Priya and Quarel likes different fruits viz. Apple, Mango, Peach, Melon and Cherry but not necessarily in the same order. All the five players are from different countries viz. America, China, UK, Canada and Australia. And they also like different animals viz. Lion, Tiger, Mouse, Monkey and Bear. Quarel like Apple and he is from Canada. The player who is from Canada neither likes Tiger nor he likes Mouse. The player from China likes mouse. Nitesh likes Lion. Ojasvee is from Australia and likes Bear and Cherry. Nitesh likes Mango. Manish is from America and likes Melon.

  1. Quarel likes which of the following animals?
    Lion
    Tiger
    Monkey
    Bear
    None of these
    Option C

     

  2. Who among the following like Cherry?
    Priya
    Nitesh
    Manish
    Ojasvee
    Cannot be determined
    Option D

     

  3. Who among the following players is from China?
    Manish
    Ojasvee
    Quarel
    Cannot be determined
    Priya
    Option E

     

  4. The player from UK likes which of the following fruits?
    Apple
    Mango
    Peach
    Cannot be determined
    None of these
    Option B

     

  5. Who among the following likes Melon?
    Either Manish or Quarel
    Quarel
    Priya
    Cannot be determined
    Manish
    Option E

     

  6. Which of the following combination is correct?
    Manish-Tiger-UK
    Priya-Mouse-China
    Ojasvee-Lion-Canada
    Both b and c
    All are true
    Option B

     

  7. Directions (7-10): In each of the question below are given four statements followed by four Conclusions a,b,c and d. 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 the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

  8. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some B are W.
    b)All W are C.
    c)Some C are S.
    d)All K are S.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some B are not S.
    b) At least some K are C.
    c) Some C are B.
    d) All S being K is a possibility.

    Only a and b follows
    Only c follows
    Only b and c follows
    All follows
    Only c and d follows
    Option E

     

  9. STATEMENTS:
    a)All BA are BU.
    b)All BU are GL.
    c)Some GL are LI.
    d)All LI are SH.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) All SH are BU.
    b) At least some GL are SH.
    c) All BU are not BA.
    d)All BA are GL is a possibility.

    Only c and d follows
    Only b follows
    Only c follows
    Only a and b follows
    None of these
    Option B

     

  10. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some P are S.
    b)Some S are R.
    c)All R are F.
    d)No F are G.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) All F are P.
    b) Some R are definitely G.
    c) At least some P are R.
    d) No G is a R.

    Only a and b follows
    Only c follows
    Only d follows
    All follows
    None of these
    Option C

     

  11. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some S are B.
    b)All B are L.
    c)All L are F.
    d)All F are X.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) At least some B are X.
    b) All F are S.
    c) All X are not L.
    d) All B being F is a possibility.

    Only b follows
    Only c follows
    Only b and c follows
    None of these
    Only a follows
    Option E

     



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