Night Class: Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1- 6): Each of the question below consist of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both the statement and give answer-

1. If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

2. If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

3. If the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

4. If the data in statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

5. If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

1. Who among A, B, C, D and E got the highest mark ?

I) D got more marks than B and C and E got more marks than A and D.

II) A got less marks than E and C but more than B and D. C didn't get highest marks and B didn't get least marks.

2. Which direction is Sumit facing ?

I) If Sumit turns 450 to his right, he will face the direction exact opposite Rajat, who is facing North.

II) Rakshit is to the right of Sumit.

3. How is M related to I ?

I) S is one of the sisters of M, L is the only brother of M.

II) I is the brother of Q, who is father of S.

4. P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. Who sits on the immediate left of R ?

I) Only P sits between Q and T.

II) Q sits on the immediate right of S.

5. Among J, K, L M and P, each of a different age, who is the youngest ?

I) L is younger than only K and P.

II) J is younger than L and older than M.

6. On which day of the week (starting from Monday and ending on Sunday of the same week) did Sameer born.

I) Sameer born two days after, Arjun is born.

II) Sameer did not born either on Wednesday or on Friday.

Directions (Q. 7-12): Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below:-

P, Q, R, S, T and V are six students each belonging to a different city, viz, Delhi, Agra, Ghaziabad, Jaipur, Gurgoan and Faridaba d, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them got selected in a different colleges of Delhi University, viz, Hansraj, Ramjas, Venkateshwar, Hindu, Gargi and St. Stephen, not necessarily in the same order. Q belongs to faridabad but did not select in either Gargi or Hansraj college. S does not belong either to Delhi or to Jaipur, but got selected in Ramjas college. The one who got selected in Gargi doesn't belong to faridabad. The one who got selected in St. Stephens belongs to Jaipur V did not get selected in Gargi. Either R or V got selected in Venkateshwar college but neither of them belongs to Gurgoan or Jaipur. P belongs to Ghaziabad and he got selected either Hansraj college or Venkateshwar college. V doesn't belongs to Delhi.

7. Who among the following belongs to Gurgoan ?
1) P
2) Q
3) R
4) S
5) Can't be determined

8. Who among the following got selected in Gargi college ?
1) P
2) Q
3) R
4) S
5) None of these

9. The one who got selected in Hindu college belong to which of the following city ?
1) Delhi
2) Jaipur
4) Gurgoan
5) Agra

10. The one who belongs to Agra got selected in which of the following college ?
1) Hindu
2) Gargi
3) Ramjas
4) Hansraj
5) Venkateshwar

11. Who belongs to Delhi ?
1) R
2) V
3) S
4) T
5) Q

12. Which of the following combinations of student - city - college is definitely true ?
1) V - Gaziabad - Hansraj
2) R - Jaipur - St. Stephens
3) R - Gurgoan - Ramjas
4) S - Gurgoan - Ramjas
5) None of these

1. 3

From I:
D > B and C,
E > A and D

Thus, we can say, E > D > B and C,E > A
Thus, E got the highest marks, Hence only I is sufficient.

From II:

E and C > A > B and D

C did not got highest marks and B did not got least marks.

Then, E> C > A > B> D thus E got highest marks among them. Thus, only II is sufficient.

2. 1

Sumit is facing south - east.
From II: There is nothing mentioned about Sumit.

3. 4

From I:- S( –) - M ( +) – L (+)

Thus, I and II alone are not sufficient.

From I and II:

I is uncle of S but we don’t know the son of S. Thus, we can’t find how S related to I. Thus, I and II together not sufficient.

4. 5

From I:

Thus, I alone is not sufficient.
From II:

Thus, II alone is not sufficient.
From, I and II:

Thus, both I and II are necessary.

5. 5

From I : K and P > L

Thus, I alone is not sufficient.

From II ; L > J > M

Thus, II; alone is not sufficient.

From I and II ;-
K and P > L > J > M
M is youngest of them. Thus , I and II both are necessary.

6. 4

From I: Sameer born after two days of Arjun.
Thus, I alone is not sufficient.

From II: We can’t find the day in which Sameer is born.

From I and II :- Possible days are Thursday. Saturday and Sunday. Therefore, I and II together are not sufficient.

7. 4
8. 3
9. 3
10. 5
11. 1
12. 4