Reasoning Ability Questions for Bank Exams || 02 – 02 – 2019

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Welcome to Mentor for Bank Exams. Here is the Reasoning Ability Quiz to help you practice with the best of latest pattern questions for the upcoming IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk and other bank and Insurance Exams.

Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Six friends— Ganesh, Ganapati, Gajendra, Gaurav, Gautam and Giriraj are working in Kolkata, Panaji and Nagpur. The number of persons working in any city is not more than two. Each among them is banker, software engineer, advocate, professor, doctor or chartered accountant but not necessarily in the same order.
Gajendra works in Nagpur and he is an advocate by profession. Gaurav works in Kolkata and he is not a professor. Ganapati works only with Giriraj in Panaji and he is a banker. Gautam is a doctor and he does not work in Kolkata. The only second person working in Kolkata is a professor.

1. Which among the following statements is true with respect to Ganesh?
a) He is a chartered accountant.
b) He works in Kolkata.
c) He works with Giriraj in the same city.
d) He is neither professor nor advocate by profession.
e) He works in Nagpur with Gautam.

2. Name the two persons who working in Nagpur?
a) Gajendra and Ganapati
b) Gaurav and Ganapati
c) Gajendra and Gautam
d) Ganesh and Gajendra
e) Ganesh and Ganapati

3. Who among the following is a software engineer?
a) Giriraj
b) Gaurav
c) Gajendra
d) Cannot be determined
e) None of these

4. Which of the following combination is true in relation to person-city-profession?
a) Gajendra-Nagpur-Software Engineer
b) Giriraj-Panaji-Charactered Accountant
c) Gajendra-Nagpur-Chartered Accountant
d) Gaurav-Kolkata-Software Engineer
e) Ganapati-Panaji-Banker.

5. What is the profession of Gaurav?
a) Advocate
b) Chartered accountant
c) Software engineer
d) Cannot be determined
e) None of these

Directions (6 – 8): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Rita starts walking towards north from Point Q. She walks for 15m and reaches Point R. She takes a left turn and walks for 8m to reach Point M. From Point M she takes a right turn and walks for 4m. She then takes a left turn and reaches Point K after walking for 5m.
Amar is standing 8m west of Point M. He walks 6m towards north. He takes a right turn and walks for 3m to reach Point D. Point S is 11m south of Point D.

6. In which direction is Point K with respect to Rita’s starting position?
a) North-west
b) South
c) North
d) West
e) South-east

7. If Point C is 13m west of Point Q, how far and in which direction is Point S with respect to Point C?
a) 15m to the East
b) 10m to the West
c) 10m to the North
d) 15m to the North
e) 6m to the South

8. How far is Point R from Amar’s starting position?
a) 10m
b) 18m
c) 12m
d) 16m
e) 13m

Directions (9 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are six people - A, B, C, D, E and F - each of them having different ages. D is elder than A and B. F is elder than E. A is elder than B. C is elder than D. If the age of F is 19 years, then the third eldest person is of 24 years.

9. What would possibly be the age of B?
a) 18 years
b) 26 years
c) 22 years
d) 16 years
e) 28 years

10. Which of the following statements may be true on the basis of information given above?
a) E may be 20 years old.
b) The age of C must be 26 years.
c) Only C, D and F are elder than E.
d) D is 23 years old
e) None is true
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