Reasoning Test for NIACL AO Prelims Exam Set – 8

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

Seven boxes i.e. A , B ,C ,D , E, F, and G are kept one above the other. Each box is being parceled to different cities i.e. Satna , Damoh , Katni , Panna , Tikamgarh , Vijaynagar and Jabalpur but not necessarily in the same order. The box B is kept immediately above the box which is going to be parceled to Tikamgarh. There are two boxes which are kept between box A, which is going to be parceled to Satna and the box which is going to be parceled to Tikamgarh. Only one box is kept between box A and the box which is going to be parceled to Panna. There are three boxes kept between box B and the box F which is going to be parceled to Damoh. Box G is kept immediately above the box C and is not going to be parceled to Tikamgarh. Box D is placed above box E, and is not going to be parceled to Jabalpur. Two boxes are kept between the boxes which are going to be parceled to Jabalpur and Katni.

  1. Which of the following box is going to be parceled to Vijaynagar?
    A
    C
    D
    F
    G
    Option B

     

  2. Which of the following box is kept at top?
    B
    C
    D
    A
    None of these
    Option D

     

  3. Which of the following box is kept immediately below box D?
    B
    G
    A
    Cannot be determined
    None of these
    Option C

     

  4. In which city does box E is going to be parcel?
    Tikamgarh
    Panna
    Damoh
    Satna
    Jabalpur
    Option A

     

  5. Which of the following combinations is incorrrect?
    C-Jabalpur
    A-Panna
    E-Jabalpur
    R-Jabalpur
    All are incorrect
    Option E

     

  6. Directions (6-10): In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered a and b. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

  7. STATEMENTS:
    a)All Y are O.
    b)All O are N.
    c)Some N are T.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) All Y are N.
    b)Some T can never be Y.

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

     

  8. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some R are F.
    b)All F are T.
    c)Some T are C.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Some F are C.
    b)Some T are R.

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

     

  9. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some U are D.
    b)Some D are B.
    c)Some B are A.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some U are B.
    b) Some D are A is a possibility.

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

     

  10. STATEMENTS:
    a)Some S are T.
    b)Some T are C.
    c)All E are C.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a)Some E can never be T.
    b)Some E is S.

    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)All K are L.
    b)All S are L.
    c)Some L is R.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Some R can be K.
    b)No R is K.

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

     



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