Reasoning Practice Questions for IBPS Exams
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Readers,
Welcome
to Mentor for Bank Exams Reasoning Practice Questions section. The below practice
questions covers Puzzle (5 questions), Ranking and Position (5 questions),
Input / Output (5 questions), Coding and Decoding (5 questions). All the best
for upcoming IBPS Exams.
Directions
(1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given
questions.
Ten students namely
viz Varun, Kishore, Prakash, Sundar, Bhavesh, Jeevika, Usha, Harsha, Durga and
Subha called for document verification but not necessarily in the same order
have document verification on five different days starting from Monday to Friday
of the same week. Students have document verification at two different time
slots, i.e 10.00 A.M and 02.00 P.M.
Durga have document
verification on Tuesday at 10.00 A.M. The number of people who have document
verification between Usha and Sundar is same as the number of people who have
document verification between Prakash and Harsha. Kishore have document
verification immediately before Durga. Durga does not have document
verification on any of the days before Usha. The one who have document
verification at 10.00 A.M immediately before Subha. Harsha does not have
document verification at 02.00 P.M. Sundar have document verification
immediately after the day of one who have document verification on Monday.
Jeevika does not have document verification at 02.00 P.M. Sundar does not have
document verification on any one of the days after Bhavesh. Only three people
have document verification between Usha and Bhavesh. Neither Bhavesh nor Usha
does not have document verification on Friday. Only two people have document
verification between Jeevika and Subha. Jeevika does not have document
verification on any of the days after Harsha.
1. Which of
the following students attends document verification on Wednesday?
a) Durga
and Prakash
b) Kishore
and Bhavesh
c) Bhavesh
and Prakash
d) Usha and
Harsha
e) Subha
and Sundar
2. Jeevika
and Varun have document verification on which of the following day?
a) Friday
b) Thursday
c) Wednesday
d) Monday
e) Tuesday
3. How many
persons have document verification after Sundar?
a) Two
b) Three
c) Four
d) Five
e) Six
4. Four of
the following students form a group, which of the following student does not belong
to that group?
a) Harsha
b) Varun
c) Kishore
d) Subha
e) Prakash
5. Which of
the following statement is true as per the given information?
a) Varun
attend document verification after six students
b) Durga
and Prakash attends document verification on same day
c) Two
students attend document verification between Sundar and Varun
d) Five
students have document verification after Bhavesh
e) None of
these
Directions (6
– 10): Study the following numbers and answer the following questions:
427 623
814 511 249 709
6. Which of
the following is the second highest number when the first and the second digits
get interchanged?
a) 247
b) 263
c) 623
d) 151
e) None of
these
7. How many
numbers are there in between 427 and 249 when the digits within the number get
reversed and arranged in ascending order.
a) none
b) one
c) two
d) three
e) None of
these
8. If one
is added to the first digit of every number and then first and second digit got
interchanged then which among the following is the highest number?
a) 249
b) 623
c) 511
d) 709
e) None of
these
9. What is
the difference between the first digit of the highest number and second lowest
number after the positions of first two digits in each number is reversed
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 5
e) None of
these
10. If all
the numbers are written in reverse order, then what is the product of the first
digit of highest number and third digit of lowest number?
a) 40
b) 45
c) 58
d) 64
e) None of
these
Directions
(11 – 15): The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of
arrangement.
11. What is
the last step of the above input?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4
e) None of
these.
12. Which
of the following is fourth to the left in second step?
a) O
b) L
c) W
d) E
e) None of
these.
13. Which
of the following is third to the right in first step?
a) L
b) O
c) T
d) B
e) None of
these.
14. What is
the fourth step of the above input?
a) 4, 6
b) 5, 7
c) 6, 8
d) 8, 9
e) None of
these.
15. What is
the third step of above input?
a) 14, 12,
10, 3
b) 16, 11,
10, 4
c) 16, 11,
10, 3
d) 14, 12,
10, 4
e) None of
these.
Directions
(16 – 20): In a certain code language
‘bunch grapes means
honest’ is coded as ‘ES25 PT25 NN16 CY16’
‘clutch lyrics fluffy
thanks’ is coded as ‘FU25 IO25 TX25 NG25’
‘system level works
properly’ is coded as ‘KD16 PK49 TH25 EO16’
‘rainbow smell pastry
peties’ is coded as ‘ NI36 IK25 LH16 TK25’
16. Which
will be the code for “monkey dangerous animals”?
a) YZ64
EM36 XL64
b) KL25
ZM36 WL64
c) MZ36
GW25 MK36
d) MW81
KN36 GW25
e) GW64
MZ36 KN25
17. Which
will be the code for “rabbit asking tiger friendly”?
a) EU49
BI25 IZ36 EG25
b) XZ64
IK49 BI25 BZ36
c) EG25
IZ16 BE25 UE49
d) IZ25
EG16 BI25 EU49
e) None of
these
18. What is
the the code for “peties”?
a) KL36
b) IK25
c) KJ49
d) KT25
e) IE25
19. What
will be the code for “seven colour rainbow season”?
a) XZ16
IK25 II36 EH25
b) EH25
SK25 IJ36 XO16
c) OX25
NI36 SH25 EH16
d) XL16
SH25 IK36 OX25
e) None of
these
20. In
given code language, what does the code “EV49 RY64 MX81” stands for?
a)
verification toughest process
b) helpful
thinkers finalized
c)
calculate exactly strength
d) external
commercial borrowing
e) playing
beautiful ground
Solutions:
(1 – 5):
Days

Students


10 AM

2 PM


Monday

Usha

Kishore

Tuesday

Durga

Sundar

Wednesday

Bhavesh

Prakash

Thursday

Jeevika

Varun

Friday

Harsha

Subha

1. C) 2. B)
3. E) 4. A) 5. D)
6. C) after interchange – 247 263
184 151 429 079
7. B) After
arrangement 115 326 418 724 907 942
8. A) After
adding one and interchanging first and second digit
257
273 194 161 439 089
9. B) 247 263 184
151 429 079
so
difference = 4  1 = 3
10. B) after
arrangement – 724 326 418 115 942 907
So
product = 9*5 = 45
(11 – 15): Explanation:
From
Input to Step 1 the letters changes as Alphabet of opposite place value minus 1
From
Step 1 to Step 2 the letters changes as +3 place values
From
Step 2 to Step 3 the letters change as Difference of place values of adjacent
letters
From
Step 3 to Step 4 the numbers changes as difference of adjacent numbers
From
Step 4 to Step 5 the numbers changes as difference two numbers
11. B) 12. C)
13. D) 14. B) 15. C)
(16 – 20): Explanation:
1^{st} letter
> In 5 letter words 2^{nd} last letter
In
6 letter > words 3^{rd} last letter
In
7 letter > words 4^{th} last letter
2^{nd} letter
> 1^{st} letter opposite of 1^{st} letter
Number
> (total count 1)^2
Example: System = T(6
letter word 3^{rd} last letter ie. T) H(1^{st} letter S
opposite H) 25(Total Count (61)^2 = 25)
16. E) 17. D)
18. B) 19. C) 20. D)