# Reasoning Test for SBI PO Prelims 2020 Exam set – 10

1. Study the following information carefully and answer the questions:

Seven friends Akansha, Brijesh, Caryl, Diksha, Elvish, Farah, and Garima are sitting in a row some are facing north and some are facing south direction but not necessarily in the same order. The number of persons facing south is more than the number of person facing north direction. Akansha sits immediate left of Caryl and Akansha sits at one of the extreme end of the row. Number of persons sitting to the left of Elvish is same as the number of persons sitting to the right of Elvish. Akansha sits to the right of Elvish. One person sits between Diksha and Farah and Farah is not immediate neighbour of Elvish. Garima sits to the right of Caryl but not immediate right. Diksha is facing the same direction as Elvish. Akansha and Caryl are facing opposite direction to each other. The persons sitting at the end are facing the same direction . The person who sits at the immediate right of Elvish is facing north direction. Brijesh and Garima is facing the same direction.

Who among the following person sits exactly between Caryl and Garima ?

Either b or c
Akansha
Elvish
Brijesh
None of these
Option C

2. What is the position of Diksha with respect to Brijesh ?
Second to the right
Immediate left
Immedaite right
Third to the left
None of these
Option A

3. How many persons sit between Garima and Farah ?
None
1
2
3
4
Option A

4. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group find the one which does not belong to that group ?
Akansha
Garima
Elvish
Diksha
Farah
Option B

5. If Brijesh and Farah interchange their position then who sits immediate right of Brijesh ?
Akansha
Brijesh
Garima
Cannot be determined
Nnoe of these
Option C

6. In each of the question, relationships between some elements are shown in the statements. These statements are followed by conclusions numbered a and b. Read the statements and give the answer:

Statements: Cv>Vv≥BvAv>Sv>Dv>Fv>Gv
Conclusion:
a) Vv>Sv
b) Vv≤Sv

Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Option C

7. Statements: ZvCv
Conclusion:
a)Zv
b) Xv
Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Option E

8. Statements: As>Ss>Ds>Fs>Gs
Conclusion:
a) As>Gs
b) Hs
Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Option E

9. Statements: Xe>Ce>He≥Je≥Ke;He>Ye≥Ue
Conclusion
a)Xe>Ue
b) Ke
Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Option A

10. Statements: Zq>Xq>CqAq>SqQq
Conclusion:
I:Zq>Wq
II: Vq
Conclusion a follows
Conclusion b follows
Either conclusion a or b follows
Neither conclusion a nor b follows
Both conclusion a and b follows
Option D