SBI Clerk 20 Minutes Marathon | Reasoning Ability Sectional Test

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SBI Clerk 20 Minutes Marathon | Reasoning Ability Sectional Test

Bankersadda brings to you the SBI Clerk 20 Minutes Marathon of Reasoning Ability...its time to Chase your Success. This is a timer-based quiz of 20 minutes to help you practice for SBI Clerk Preliminary exam. You'll also get the full-length sectional test of English. so keep practicing on Bankersadda. You can also take up this challenge on Adda247 App. So, start practicing for the real examination right away. This will not only ensure your success in the exam but will also help you bag maximum marks in the Reasoning Ability Section with a planned strategy.

Following is the Reasoning Ability Full-Length quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions.



Directions (1-4): Study the information and answer the given questions:
There are seven boxes viz. A, B, C, D, E, F and G. All the box are of different colour viz. Red, black, blue, yellow, cream, violet and orange but not necessarily in the same order. All the box are arranged from top to bottom.
Box D is immediately above the yellow colour box. More than three boxes between cream colour box and orange colour box. There are two boxes between the box B and box E, which is of red colour. There is only one box between box E and box G. There are three box between box G and box A, which is of black colour. There are two boxes between box A and box C, which is of violet colour. The orange colour box is immediately above the box G. More than three boxes between the yellow colour box and the cream colour box.

Q1. Which of the following box is at the top?
A
B
C
D
E
Solution:
(1-4)

Q2. What is the colour of box B ?
violet
black
blue
cream
orange

Q3. Which of the following is yellow colour box ?
D
E
F
G
A

Q4. How many box/es is/are there between D and the box which is of blue colour?
Four
Three
Two
One
No one.

Directions (5-9): In each of the questions below is given three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. 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 from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. 



Q5. Statements: 

Some light is pen.
No pen is sun.
Some sun is moon.
Conclusions: 
I. Some moon is not light.
II. Some moon is not pen.
III. All light being moon is a possibility.
None follows
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only II and III follow
Solution:

Q6. Statements: 
All star is water.
No water is train.
Some train is bus.
Conclusions: 
I. All water being star is a possibility.
II. All star being water is a possibility.
III.No star is bus.
None follows
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only I and II follow
Only II and III follow
Solution:

Q7. Statements: 
Some copy is pen.
All pen is exam.
No exam is test.
Conclusions: 
I. All copy being test is a possibility.
II. Some copy is test.
III. Some pen is test.
None follow
Only I and II follow
Only I and III follow
Only II and III follow
All follow
Solution:

Q8. Statements: 
All line is red.
All red is black.
No red is chair.
Conclusions:
I. No black is chair.
II. No line is chair.
III. All line being black is a possibility.
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only either I or III and II follow
None follow
Solution:

Q9. Statements: 
Some night is day.
All day is bright.
All bright is star.
Conclusions: 
I. Some night is bright.
II. All day is star.
III. Some star is night.
All follows
Only I follows
Only II follows
Only III follows
Only I and II follow
Solution:

Directions (10-14): Study the information and answer the following questions: 
In a certain code language 
‘he read very fast’ is written as ‘tx fs mp zq’,
‘fly bird very high’ is written as ‘nx tz zq bq’,
‘fast grow bird tree’ is written as ‘fs cz dv nx’,
‘he fly in tree’ is written as ‘mp bq hw cz’,



 Q10. What is the code for ‘tree’ in the given code language?

mp
bq
cz
hw
None of these
Solution:
(10-14)

Q11. What is the code for ‘read’ in the given code language?
zq
mp
fs
tx
None of these

Q12. What is the code for ‘grow’ in the given code language?
fs
cz
dv
nx
None of these

Q13. What is the code for ‘fast in’ in the given code language?
fs cz
fs hw
fs bq
hw nx
None of these

Q14. What is the code for ‘bird fly’ in the given code language?
nx hw
bq mp
nx bq
bq dv
None of these

Directions (15-19): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing six persons each in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In the Row-1 A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting and all of them are facing towards north. In the Row-2 L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting and all of them are facing towards south direction but not necessarily in the same order. In the given seating arrangement each member sitting in a row faces another member of the other row. O does not face E.
Immediate neighbour of P faces B. M does not face D. Three persons sit between B and D. L sits second to right of Q. Only one person sits between L and P. P sits at one of the extreme end of the line. D does not sit on extreme left end. Three persons sit between N and M. C sits second to right of F. C does not face L.



 Q15. Who among the following sits between L and Q?

M
N
O
P
None of these
Solution:
(15-19)

Q16. Who among the following faces A?
P
Q
L
M
O

Q17. Who among the following sits second to the left of B?
A
C
No one.
D
E

Q18. How many persons sits between A and E?
One
Two
Three
Can’t be determined
None of these

Q19. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
P
B
N
D
E

Directions (20-21): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
 There are six persons viz. A, B, C, D, E and F of different ages. C is older than only A and E. D is younger than only B. E is not youngest. The one who is third oldest, age is 81 year and E’s age is 62 years.


Q20. Which of the following could be the possible age of C? 

 70 years.
 94 years.
 86 years.
 61 years
 81 years.
Solution:
(20-21)
According to their age= B>D>F(81)>C>E(62)>A

Q21. Which of the following is true with respect to the given information?
D’s age is definitely less than 60.
F is oldest.
Only two people are older than C.
There is a possibility that B’s age is 79 years
None is true.

Q22. Mohan walked 40km towards North and then he took a left turn and walked 20km. He again took a left turn and walked 40km. How far and in which direction is he from the starting point?
20m west
20km North
20km South
100km South
20km west
Solution:
20km west

Directions (23-25): These questions are based on the following set of numbers.
 4384487737438833873338733837734783777374377833 



Q23. how many 3’s in the above arrangement which is immediately preceded by even digit but not immediately followed by odd digit?

One
Three
Two
Four
None of these
Solution:
438, 438

Q24. How many 7’s in the above arrangements which is immediately followed by perfect square?
Four
Three
Two
One
None of these
Solution:
74, 74

Q25. Which of the following digit is 7th to left of 7th from right end in the above arrangements?
4
8
3
7
None of these

Directions (26-28): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
There are AB axis in such a way that A is in north and B is in south direction. There is XY axis in such a way that X is in west direction and Y is in east direction. AB axis and XY axis intersect at a point Q in such a way that AQ is 13m, QB is 15m, QX is 10m, QY is 22 m.
Sharvan starts walking from point X and walks 18m in south direction and then he takes a turn to his left and walks 30m. Siddharth starts walking from point A and walks 20m in east direction. Dipendra starts walking from point Y and walks 3m in north direction and then he takes a turn to his left and walks 2m and again he takes a turn to his left and walks 18m.



Q26. Point B is in which direction with respect to Dipendra’s current position?

south
south-east
south-west
west
north-west
Solution:
(26-28)

Q27. Point Y is in which direction with respect to Sharvan’s current position?
north
east
north-east
north-west
south

Q28. What is distance between Siddharth’s current position and Sharvan’s current position?
31m
33m
11m
20m
25m

Directions (29-32): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: 
 There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table. All are facing towards the center of the table. No two successive persons are sitting together according to alphabetical order. For Example: A does not sit with B; similarly B does not sit with C and so on. All of them belong to different city viz. Agra, Noida, Pune, Varanasi, Delhi, Puri, Lucknow and Patna but not necessarily in the same order.
There is only one person sits between the one who belongs to Puri and F, who belongs Patna. E is not immediate neighbor of G. The one who belongs to Lucknow sits second to right of E. There is only one person sits between the one who belongs to Lucknow and the one who belongs to Delhi. Immediate neighbor of E does not belong to Varanasi. B does not belong to Varanasi. G sits third to right of one who belongs to Puri. A belongs to Noida and he sits second to right of G.B is not immediate neighbor of E. Immediate neighbor of E does not belong to Pune.



Q29. Who among following belongs to Pune?

E
A
H
G
B
Solution:
(29-32)

Q30. Who among following sits opposite to C?
G
F
D
B
H

Q31. Who among following sits second to left of D?
A
E
C
B
G

Q32. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?
F
H
D
E
C

Directions (33-35): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions: 



Q33.Statements: 

A ≤ D < C ≥ B < E
Conclusion:
I. C > A
II. A ≥ C
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusion I and II follow.
Solution:
Conclusion:
I. C > A ( True )
II. A ≥ C( Not True )

Q34.Statements: 
P > L ≤ M < N > Q
Conclusion:
I. P > Q
II. Q > M
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusion I and II follow.
Solution:
Conclusion:
I. P > Q( Not True )
II. Q > M( Not True )

Q35.Statement: 
S ≥ T = U < V ≥ X
Conclusions:
I. V > S
II. V > T
If only conclusion I follows.
If only conclusion II follows.
If either conclusion I or II follows.
If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
If both conclusion I and II follow.
Solution:
Conclusions:
I. V > S( Not True )
II. V > T( True )

               

            

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