Reasoning Test for SBI PO Prelims Exam set – 06

Study the following information to answer the given question:

Eight candidates Anvesha, Bani, Caryl, Diksha, Elvish, Farah, Garima and Himani are sitting around a circular table some of them are facing towards the center and some faces outside the center. Only one person sits between Diksha and Elvish and none of them sits adjacent to Caryl. Both the immediate neighbor of Bani faces outside. Farah sits second to the right of Himani. Elvish sits second to the left of Farah. Elvish and Anvesha sits immediate left to each other. Bani faces same direction as of his neighbor. Garima and Caryl faces each other. Anvesha is not the neighbor of Garima and Caryl.

  1. Who among the following faces outside the center?
    Garima
    Caryl
    Bani
    Anvesha
    None of these
    Option C

     

  2. Who sits second to the right of the one who sits immediate left to Farah?
    Diksha
    Caryl
    Bani
    Anvesha
    None of these
    Option B

     

  3. Who sits opposite to Himani?
    Anvesha
    Caryl
    Bani
    Diksha
    None of these
    Option E

     

  4. How many persons faces outside?
    4
    3
    2
    1
    None of these
    Option A

     

  5. Who sit second to the left of the one who sits opposite to Anvesha?
    Bani
    Caryl
    Farah
    Garima
    Diksha
    Option D

     

  6. In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.

  7. STATEMENTS: Srikant ≤ Lokesh ≤ Ishan = Priyal ≥ Elvish > Riya ; Lokesh > Queen CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Priyal ≥ Srikant
    b) Ishan > Riya

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

     

  8. STATEMENTS: Gz > Rz ≥ Ez = Az ≤ Tz ≤ Sz ; Dz ≤ Az ≤ Jz
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Tz ≥ Dz
    b) Rz > Sz

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

     

  9. STATEMENTS: Az ≥ Bz > Cz ≤ Dz ≤ Ez < Fz CONCLUSIONS: a)Az ≥ Ez b) Cz < Fz
    Only a is true
    Only b is true
    Both a and b are true
    Either a or b is true
    Neither a nor b is true
    Option B

     

  10. STATEMENTS: Garima > Riya ≥ Elvish = Anvesha ≤ Taruna ≤ Shivam ; Daryl ≤ Anvesha ≤ Jaya
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Jaya > Garima
    b) Jaya = Garima

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

     

  11. STATEMENTS: Sw ≤ Lw ≤ Iw = Pw ≥ Ew> Rw ; Lw > Qw
    CONCLUSIONS:
    a) Lw < Rw b)Ew ≥ Qw

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

     


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