Reasoning Ability High Level Puzzles Practice Questions

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Reasoning Ability High Level Puzzles Practice Questions
Directions (1 – 5): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Ten students P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X and Y have joined the banking preparation class in an institute. There are two classes which are schedule in a month on 12th and 27th. Months are January, March, April, May, and June. Each person going for a class in one month and one date only.
Note: all the given information is not necessary in the same order.
U is going for class on even date in April. There are three persons going for a class between U and P who is going in a month which has 31 days. Y is going before X. Neither V nor Q is going in the month which has 30 days. Three persons are going between Q and V. and Q going for class before V. There are two persons between Y and X who is going in the month of 30 days. But Y and Q does not going in the same month. Both W and T are going in the month of 30 days and there is two persons going between T and W who is not going in the same month as Q. S goes before R. T is not going on even date.
1. In which of the following month’s R is going for class?
a) January
b) March
c) April
d) May
e) June
2. How many persons going between T and X?
a) One
b) Two
c) Three
d) Four
e) Five
3. Which of the following student is going for class on 27th?
a) P
b) U
c) R
d) W
e) None of these
4. P is related to Q in the same way U is related to V then which of the following is related to Y?
a) X
b) V
c) W
d) S
e) None of these
5. Which of the following persons going in the month of 30 days?
a) P
b) Q
c) U
d) W
e) Both c and d
Directions (6 – 10): Read the following information and answer the questions given below.
M, N, O, P, Q and R are sitting in a single row having eight seats. Three of them are facing towards north and three are facing towards south. Two seats are vacant but neither of the extreme ends is vacant.
No person is sitting to the right side of R. Neither M nor R is the immediate neighbour of the seats that are vacant. N is sitting third to the right of M, who is facing towards north. Those people who are sitting to the either side of the vacant seats are facing in opposite directions. No two consecutive seats are vacant. Neither O nor Q is sitting at any of the extreme ends. Those who are sitting at the extreme ends are acing in the same direction. Q is sitting third to the left of O who is facing towards north. Only two people are sitting between the seats that are vacant and both of them face the same direction.
6. Who among the following sit at the extreme end?
a) R
b) M
c) N
d) O
e) Q
7. Who is sitting fourth to the right of P ?
a) M
b) N
c) O
d) R
e) None of these
8. Who is sitting third to the left of R?
a) N
b) Q
c) O
d) No one
e) None of these
9. Which of the following statement is true about N ?
a) N is facing towards south
b) Immediate seats neighbouring to N are vacant
c) N is sitting second to the right of Q
d) N is sitting between Q and R
e) N is facing towards north
10. How many person(s) are sitting between M and O?
a) None
b) One
c) Two
d) Three
e) None of these
Direction (11 – 16): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Eight cricketers - A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H belongs to different teams-Bangladesh, Kenya, Afghanistan and Ireland. They use different brands of Bat-Britannia, Reebok, MRF, TON and SS and hits sixes varying 1 to 5. Two persons belong to each country, not more than two persons use the same bat, and hit same number of sixes. The following information is known about them.
H belongs to Afghanistan team and hits maximum number of sixes but does not use TON bat. B and D hit same number of sixes. The one who hits less number of sixes than both A and D uses SS bat and is the only one uses that bat but doesn't belong to Bangladesh team. A uses Britannia bat and either belongs to Kenya or Bangladesh team. One of the persons belonging to Kenya team hits 3 sixes and uses Britannia bat. G does not hit maximum number of sixes and either belongs to Kenya or Bangladesh team. D neither uses MRF nor Britannia bat. One of the persons using MRF bat hits more sixes than C and less than G. B and G use the same bat. E hits 2 sixes. B and E belong to the same team but not Ireland team. One of the persons belonging to Ireland team uses MRF bat and hits minimum number of sixes but is not F. One of the those persons who use Reebok bat belongs to Bangladesh team and the other one belongs to Kenya team. One of the persons who belonging to Ireland team hits 2 sixes.
11. Who among the following uses TON bat?
a) B
b) C
c) D
d) E
e) F
12. Which brand of bat does E use?
a) MRF
b) TON
c) SS
d) Reebok
e) Britannia
13. Who among the following is belongs to Bangladesh team?
a) A
b) C
c) D
d) E
e) F
14. Who among the following hit minimum number of sixes?
a) B
b) C
c) F
d) Both C and F
e) None of these
15. Which of following statement is correct?
a) A belongs to Bangladesh team
b) C uses MRF and hits 2 six
c) F does not belongs to Ireland team
d) G hits 3 sixes and belongs to Bangladesh team
e) None of these
16. Who among the following combination of "person-sixes" is true with respect to the given arrangement?
a) A - 4
b) E - 1
c) G - 2
d) H -5
e) None of these
Solutions:
(1 – 5):
Months
12th
27th
January
P
S
March
R
Q
April
U
T
May
Y
V
June
W
X
1. B)   2. C)   3. E)   4. A)   5. E)  
(6 – 10): Person (Facing North(N), South(S))
R (S)
M (N)
Q (S)
N (N)
O (N)
P (S)
6. A)   7. E)   8. D)   9. E)   10. C)  
(11 – 16):
Person
Team
Bat
Sixes
A
Kenya
Britannia
3
B
Bangladesh
Reebok
4
C
Ireland
MRF
1
D
Afghanistan
TON
4
E
Bangladesh
MRF
2
F
Ireland
SS
2
G
Kenya
Reebok
3
H
Afghanistan
Britannia
5
11. C)   12. A)   13. D)   14. B)   15. E)   16. D)