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Reasoning Quiz for IBPS PO Prelims: 4th September 2018

Reasoning Questions for IBPS PO 2018

Reasoning Ability is an onerous section. With the increasing complexity of questions, it becomes hard for one to give it the cold shoulder. The only way to make the grade in this particular section in the forthcoming banking exams like IBPS PO is to practice continuously with all your heart and soul. And, to let you practice with the best of the latest pattern questions, here is the Adda247 Reasoning Quiz based on the exact same pattern of questions that are being asked in the exams.




Directions (1-5): Answer these questions based on the following information. 
In a certain code: 
“Apple dire accrual trawling” is coded as - “@A6 #N7 #R3 @L4” 
“Seems licks rudely” is coded as - “#M4 #K4 #L5” 
“Straits April August Wrong” is coded as - “#T6 #N4 @I4 @S5” 

Q1. What would be the code of ‘Answer’?
#W6
@N6
#T6
#R6
@E5
Solution:
This coding decoding question is based on the new pattern. In this, question the words are coded as per following rules.
(i) First element of code is based on vowel starting word. If any word started with Vowel alphabet then symbol is used @, and for consonant starting word # is used.
(ii) 2nd code is 2nd last alphabet of a particular word.
(iii) 3rd code is total number of letter in a word -1.



Q2. The code ‘#Y7’ belongs to which of the following word?
Bhartiya
Given
People
person
Belongs
Solution:
This coding decoding question is based on the new pattern. In this, question the words are coded as per following rules.
(i) First element of code is based on vowel starting word. If any word started with Vowel alphabet then symbol is used @, and for consonant starting word # is used.
(ii) 2nd code is 2nd last alphabet of a particular word.
(iii) 3rd code is total number of letter in a word -1.


Q3. According to the following pattern, what is the code of the word ‘straits’?
#S6
@S6
@S5
#T6
None of these
Solution:
This coding decoding question is based on the new pattern. In this, question the words are coded as per following rules.
(i) First element of code is based on vowel starting word. If any word started with Vowel alphabet then symbol is used @, and for consonant starting word # is used.
(ii) 2nd code is 2nd last alphabet of a particular word.
(iii) 3rd code is total number of letter in a word -1.


Q4. What must be the code of ‘Government’ according to above information?
#T9
#N9
@G10
@N10
None of these
Solution:
This coding decoding question is based on the new pattern. In this, question the words are coded as per following rules.
(i) First element of code is based on vowel starting word. If any word started with Vowel alphabet then symbol is used @, and for consonant starting word # is used.
(ii) 2nd code is 2nd last alphabet of a particular word.
(iii) 3rd code is total number of letter in a word -1.


Q5. What would be the code of ‘Purse’?
#P4
#E6
@E5
@R5
#S4
Solution:
This coding decoding question is based on the new pattern. In this, question the words are coded as per following rules.
(i) First element of code is based on vowel starting word. If any word started with Vowel alphabet then symbol is used @, and for consonant starting word # is used.
(ii) 2nd code is 2nd last alphabet of a particular word.
(iii) 3rd code is total number of letter in a word -1.


Direction (6-7): Read the information carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Building A is to the North of building B and to the West of building C. Building M is to the west of building C and north of building O. Building B is to the southeast of building M and to the northwest of building N, which is to the east of building O

Q6. Building B is in which direction with respect to building C?
South
West
Northeast
Southwest
None of these
Solution:


Q7. Building C is in which direction with respect to building N?
South
West
Northeast
Can’t be determined
None of these
Solution:


Directions (8-12): Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions.
Eight boxes A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are place one above the other in any particular order. Box no. 1 is at the bottom and box no. 8 is at the top. Three boxes are placed between A and B. Box H is placed immediately below A. There are two boxes between H and G. There are as many boxes between C and D as between H and B. Box C is kept above D. Box E is kept immediately below box D. Three boxes are there between E and F. 

Q8. How many boxes are there above box D?
4
3
6
2
None of these
Solution:


Q9. Which of the following boxes is kept at the top?
B
A
D
E
None of these
Solution:



Q10. Choose the odd one out?
B
G
A
D
E
Solution:



Q11. Which of the following boxes is kept between F and A?
B
G
C
H
None
Solution:



Q12. How many boxes are there between C and A
Less than 2
4
5
6
None of these
Solution:



Directions (13-15): Read the following information carefully to answer the given questions. 

A certain number of persons are seated in a row. The Row is arranged in a vertical manner and all are facing to north direction. Ranjan sits fourth from the left end of the row. There are two persons sit between Ranjan and Seema. Puja sits immediate right of Seema. There are as many persons sit between Puja and Seema as sit between Dinesh and Pooja. Dinesh does not sit to the left of Ranjan.

Q13. How many persons sits between Ranjan and Dinesh?
3
None
5
4
1
Solution:


Q14. What is the position of Puja with respect to Ranjan?
Immediate right
Third to the left
None of these
Second to the left
Fourth to the right
Solution:



Q15. How many persons sit in the row?
4
6
7
11
9
Solution:



               



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