TEST I
REASONING

Find the odd-man out: (1 TO 5)
1. (1) 143 (2) 65 (3) 48            (4) 80 (5) 3

2. (1) 12 (2) 42 (3) 110
(4) 30 (5) 54

3. (1) 572 (2) 594 (3) 143
(4) 880 (5) 197

4. (1) 182 (2) 91 (3) 134          (4) 147 (5) 154

5. (1) 97 (2) 83 (3) 101            (4) 123 (5) 131

6. How many numbers would remain if all the           numbers from 31 to 80 that are divisible by 7 or if the          two digits were added, the sum would be 7, are
dropped?
(1) 21 (2) 22 (3) 28 (4) 29 (5) None of these
7. If 15th of a month is Friday which day would it be on 17th of the next month?
(1) Monday (2) Wednesday (3) Thursday (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these
Qs. 8 to 12 are based on the word STABILIZER.
8. How many sets of two letters have as many letters between them as they have in the alphabetical order?
(1) 7 (2) 5 (3) 4 (4) 3 (5) None of these
9. If a popular word can be made with 3rd, 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th letters of the word using all the five letters which would be the third letter of that word? If
(1) L (2) A (3) E (4) Z (5) X
10. If all the vowels from the word were dropped and the remaining letters were arranged alphabetically, which letter would be to the right of 5th letter from the right end?
(1) L (2) R (3) S (4) T (5) None of these
11. If all the consonants were replaced by their next letter in the alphabet and the vowels by the preceding letter, and a popular word was made from
the 4th, 5th, 8th and 10th letters, which would be the 3rd letter of this word? If no such word can be made your answer is X and if more than one word can be made your answer is Y.
(1) H (2) S (3) A (4) X (5) Y
12. Which of the following words cannot be formed from the letters of the key word?
(1) LABLE (2) RAISE (3) TABLE (4) STATE (5) TRAIL
Qs. 13-15. Which set of signs +, –, ÷ and × can be inserted in the following to get the right result?
13. 18 9 4 3 6 = 8.
(1) ÷, ×, +, – (2) –, +, ÷, × (3) ×, ÷, +, –  (4) ÷, +, ×, – (5) ÷, –, +, ×
14. 7 88 8 2 4 = 10.
(1) +, ×, ÷, – (2) –, ÷, ×, + (3) +, –, ×, ÷  (4) ×, ÷, +, – (5) +, ÷, –, ×
15. 16 4 3 2 10 = 12.
(1) +, ×, ÷, – (2) +, –, ÷, × (3) ×, +, ÷, –   (4) ÷, ×, +, – (5) ÷, +, ×, –
Qs.16-20.These questions are based on the  arrangement of letters, numbers and symbols given below:
9 K # P 3 4 L £ 5 R \$ B 7 + T 8 Z _ U 6 0
16. How many symbols are preceded by a consonant but not immediately followed by a number?
(1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 4 (4) 5 (5) None of these
17. If all the letters in the series were arranged alphabetically how many letters will retain their position?
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4 (5) None of these
18. If all the symbols are dropped from the series, which element would be third to the left of 7th element from the right end?
(1) 8 (2) 5 (3) L (4) 4 (5) None of these
19. Which set of elements would come next?
KP9 4£3 RB5 +87 ...
(1) _6Z (2) ZT_ (3) ZU8 (4) _U8 (5) 0 _U
20. Find the odd-man out:
(1) K3_# (2) 5BR (3) T _Z   (4) 45L (5) 78+
Qs. 21-22. According to a code A + B means A is mother of B.
A × B means A is father of B.
A ÷ B means A is brother of B.
A – B means A is daughter of B.
21. If A × M ÷ V; N – M; S + V:
How is A related to S?
(1) brother (2) husband (3) father  (4) uncle (5) can’t say
22. According to the following, how is R related to K?
H × S; P – H; R ÷ P + K
(1) maternal uncle (2) grand father  (3) aunt (4) cousin (5) None of these
Qs. 23-27 are based on the following statements:
Five friends J, K, L, M and N are posted in Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Bangalore and Lucknow and are professor, lawyer, doctor, engineer and CA by profession but not in the same order.
L is in Hyderabad and M is a lawyer.
J and N are neither in Delhi nor in Chennai.
K and L are not engineer or professor.
Engineer is in Bangalore and doctor is in Delhi.
J is not a doctor or professor.
M is not in Delhi.
23. Who is CA?
(1) J (2) K (3) L  (4) M (5) N
24. Who is posted at Lucknow?
(1) J (2) K (3) L  (4) M (5) N
25. Which of the following is the right combination?
(1) L Chennai doctor
(2) K Lucknow CA
(3) N Delhi professor
(4) M Chennai lawyer
(5) J Bangalore doctor
26. The person in Hyderabad is:
(1) engineer (2) doctor (3) CA  (4) lawyer (5) professor
27. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
(1) K is in Delhi.
(2) N is in Chennai.
(3) The doctor is in Delhi.
(4) The professor is not in Bangalore or Hyderabad.
(5) J is not in Bangalore.
Qs. 28-30. According to a certain code:
B £ A means B is neither greater than nor smaller than A.
A 0 B means A is neither equal to nor greater than B.
A \$ B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B.
A # B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
A _ B means A is either equal to or smaller than B.
28. D \$ H S 0 H S _ R R £ V?
Conclusions:
I. V 0 H
II. D £ S
III. V _ S
(1) Only I and II follow.
(2) Only II and III follow.
(3) Either I or III follows.
(4) Only III follows.
(5) All the three follow.
29. M _ S S 0 A J \$ A N # J
Conclusions:
I. N \$ A
II. M 0 J
III. S 0 N
(1) Only I and II follow.
(2) Only I and either II or III follow.
(3) Only II and III follow.
(4) Only I and III follow.
(5) All the three follow.
30. V \$ B P 0 B R # V P £ S
Conclusions:
I. S 0 V
II. B £ S
III. V # P
(1) Only I follows.
(2) Only I and II follow.
(3) Only II follows.
(4) Only III follows.
(5) Either II or III follows
Qs. 31-34 are based on the information given below:
Four men ABCD and four women PQRS sitting round a table with one man one woman arrangement. Q is to the left of B who is near P.
C is to the right of R. S is opposite P but not near D.
31. Which two of the following are opposite each other?
(1) B and C (2) C and D (3) Q and 3 (4) S and R (5) None of these
32. Where is A seated?
(1) to the left of S (2) between P and R (3) between D and C
(4) to the left of Q
(5) None of these
33. If we go round clockwise, which three are sitting together?
(1) RDS (2) BPD (3) CRD (4) DSA (5) None of these
34. Which of the following is the wrong statement?
(1) B is between Q and P.
(2) C is opposite B.
(3) D is not near S or Q.
(4) S is to the right of C.
(5) A is between R and Q.
Qs. 35-40. Which set of numbers or letters would be the next one in the series given below:
35. APZ CQW ERT ...
(1) GRQ (2) HSQ (3) HSR (4) GSQ (5) None of these
36. BCEH FGIL JKMP ...
(1) NOQT (2) QRTW (3) OPRU (4) OQSU (5) None of these
37. ZXWY USRT PNMO ...
(1) IHLJ (2) LJIK (3) KIHJ (4) MKJL (5) None of these
38. 50 66 84 104 ...
(1) 127 (2) 132 (3) 126 (4) 118 (5) None of these
39. 83 89 97 101 ...
(1) 103 (2) 105 (3) 107 (4) 109 (5) None of these
40. 22 25 29 34 ...
(1) 39 (2) 40 (3) 41  (4) 42 (5) None of these

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1.(2)     2.(5)     3.(5)     4.(3)     5.(4)     6.(3)     7.(4)     8.(2)     9.(2)     10.(2)

11.(2)   12.(4)   13.(4)   14.(5)   15.(1)   16.(2)   17.(2)   18.(3)   19.(1)   20.(3)

21.(2)   22.(1)   23.(3)   24.(5)   25.(4)   26.(3)   27.(5)   28.(2)   29.(5)   30.(1)

31.(1)   32.(4)   33.(3)   34.(5)   35.(1)   36.(1)   37.(3)   38.(3)   39.(1)   40.(2)

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