Reasoning Questions for IBPS Clerk Mains 2019
Reasoning Section can make or break one’s chances to ace any banking examination. Practising with sample questions is an onerous task for that’s the only key to ace this section of competitive exams. The IBPS Clerk Mains Exam is scheduled to be held on the 20th of January 2019. Adda247 is here with “Practice Marathon for Clerk Mains 2018” with practice questions on all the topics that are likely to be asked in the exam. Today is Day 3 of IBPS Clerk Mains Practice Marathon, attempt this Reasoning quiz and win the marathon against lakhs of IBPS Clerk Candidates.
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Directions (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Seven persons are sitting in a row facing north. There are three females and four males. None of the female is unmarried and none of the couple is sitting together. They work in different cities i.e. Lucknow, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Guwahati. G is a married man but does not works in Mumbai. The one married to C does not works in Chennai. A sits at one of the extreme end. Four persons sit between B and G. The one married to F works in Delhi. The one who is unmarried works in Hyderabad. C is not married to A. None of the males works in Guwahati. F is a married female and works in Kolkata. The one working in Guwahati is married to the one who works in Chennai. A is married to the one who works in Mumbai. E does not works in Guwahati. Two persons sit between A and the one who works in Hyderabad. The ones working in Delhi and Mumbai are immediate neighbor of D. E sits to the right of C, who sits 3rd left to F. Persons sitting in extreme ends are male.
Q1. Who among the following is married to D?
Q2. How many persons sit between the one married to B and the one married to C?
Q3. Who among the following works to Chennai?
Q4. C works to which of the following cities?
Q5. Which of the following represents a married couple?
Directions (6-10): These questions are based on the following information.
X – Y means X is neither less than nor equal to Y.
X × Y means X is neither greater than nor equal to Y
X + Y means X is neither less than nor greater than Y.
X ÷ Y means X is not less than Y.
X @ Y means X is not greater than Y.
I. E × B
II. B ÷ E
I. E × B (False)
II. B ÷ E (False)
G×R+A@S;T×R ; C ÷ M - A
I. G × C
II. C - T
I. G × C (True)
II. C - T (True)
K-I÷J; J÷ A; Y ÷ J; A ÷ Q + B
I.Y - I
II. Y ÷ B
I.Y - I (False)
II. Y ÷ B (True)
C ÷ F × A × D; B - E; F + B
I. E × D
II. C - B
I. E × D (True)
II. C - B (False)
K ÷ M - L; A × J + L; S ÷ R - L
I. J × K
II. S - A
I. J × K (True)
II. S - A (True)
Directions (11-14): Answer these questions based on the following information.
In a certain code:
“chemical manufacturing unit” is coded as - “ O11 T18 G6”
“Indian civil industry” is coded as - “M9 O7 B10”
“practice engineering” is coded as - “ V11 T16”
“fluid mechanics” is coded as - “W7 H12”
Q11. What will be the code for “Tiffin”?
Q12. What may be the code for “statue”?
Q13. Which among the following may be coded as “H11”?
Q14. What may be the code for “Review Design”?
Q15. How many letter will be remain at the same position in the word ‘BREATHTAKING’ when they are arranged in the alphabetical order from left to right?