• Data sufficiency questions asked in previous years

    Nov 15 • Uncategorized • 407 Views

    Directions (1-2): In each of the following questions, a question is followed by three statements numbered I, II and III. Read all the statements to find the answer to given question and then answer accordingly that which statement/s can give the answer alone/together.  (SBI PO MAINS 2017)

              Q1. What is the direction of point U with respect to point X?

              Statement I: Point R is 7 m to the North of point Q. Point P is 8 m to the West of point Q. Point R is 6 m to the West of point U.

              Statement II: Point B is 9 m to the North of point A. Point P is 5 m to the North of point Z. Point Z is 4 m to the West of point A.

              Statement III: Point C is 7 m to the East of point A. Point X is 2 m to the East of point F. Point F is 3 m to the North of point C

              (a) Both I and III

             (b) Both II and III

             (c) All I, II and III

            (d) II and either I or III

            (e) Even I, II and III together are also not sufficient

           Q2. What does the code ‘bp’ stand for in the given code language? (SBI PO MAINS 2017)

    Statement I: In the language, ‘black white red’ is coded as ‘df dc or’ and ‘green blue grey’ is coded as ‘st hn wo’

    Statement II: In the language, ‘blue pink brown’ is coded as ‘er bp hn’ and ‘pink blue white’ is coded as ‘hn or bp’

    Statement III: In the language, ‘green violet orange’ is coded as ‘pa wo kl’ and ‘yellow pink brown’ is coded as ‘bp bi er’

    (a) Both II and III

    (b) I and either II or III

    (c) II and either I or III

    (d) Both I and III

    (e) All I, II and III

    Directions(3-7) – Each of the following questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Give Answer (IBPS CLERK MAINS 2016)

    a) If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question

    b) If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question,while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question

    c) If the data either in Statement I alone or Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question

    d) If the data in both the Statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question

    e) If the data in both the Statement I and II are together necessary to answer the question

           3. What is the difference in the age of Paarth and Keshav?

    I. Paarth is 20 years older than Mohan

    II. Mohan is 2 years younger than Zorawar

    4. The sum of ages of Manak, Neesha and Opendar is 50 years. What is Neesha’s age?

    I. Neesha is 10 year older than Manak

    II. Opendar is 30 year old

           5. How many students are there in the class?

    I. There are more than 20 but less than that 27 students in the class.

    II. There are more than 24 but less than 31 students in the class. The number of students in the class can be divided into groups such that each group contains 5 students.

    6. Among five friends – Jatin, Kalu, Lucky, Manish and Naresh each of a different height, who is the second tallest?

    I. Naresh is taller than Manish and Kalu. Kalu is shorter than Manish.

    II. Lucky is taller than Naresh. Jatin is not the tallest.

    7. How is ‘call’ written in a code language?

    I. ‘call me back’ is written as ‘531’ in that code language.

    II. ‘you can call me any time’ is written as ‘94163’ in that code language

    Direction (8-12): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer. a) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. b) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. c) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. d) If the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question. e) If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.(BOB 2016)

            8. There are six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U sitting around a table. Who is on the immediate right of T?

    I. Only U is sitting between T and P.

    II. P is third to the right of S.

    9. What is the shortest distance between two points `A’ and `B’? 

    I. ‘A’ is 15 km North from another point ‘ P’, which is to the East of ‘B’ at a distance of 22 km.

    II. point ‘X’ is to the West of ‘B’ at a distance of 5.6 km and to the North of ‘A’ at a distance of 6.5 km.

           10. Who is Kavita’s sister?

    I. Sapna is the granddaughter of Amit, who is the father of Kavita’s father.

    II. The name of Kavita’s sister starts with the letter ‘S’.

    11. Who among the five friends Sumit, Tare, Mukesh, Vikrant and Basuki is the youngest?

    I. Basuki is older than three of them but Sumit is younger than Mukesh.

    II. Tare is older than Vikrant and Basuki.

    12. What is the code for ‘book’ in a code language?

    I. In that language `pik tik rik’means ‘I like reading’ and ‘mik nek bek fek’ means ‘this book is interesting’.

    II. In the same language ‘pik tik mik rik’means ‘I like reading book’ and ‘mik juk pan’ means ‘you write book’.

    Solutions:

    1. (c) All I, II and III

    2. (c) II and either I or III

    3. (d)Relation between Paarth and Keshav can not be established with the help of both Statements I and II. So, both the statements are not sufficient to answer the question.

    4. (e)

    5. (e) From Statement I Number of Students in class = 21 or 22 or 23 or 24 or 25 or 26 From Statement II Number of Students in class = 25 or 26 or 27 or 28 or 29 or 30 Since, number of students can be divided into groups of 5 students, therefore number of students must be multiple of 5. Number of students in the class = 25 or 30 On combining Statements I and II Number of students in the class = 25 Hence, the data in both the Statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

    6. (d)From Statement I: Naresh > Manish > Kalu
    From Statement II: Lucky > Naresh
    Hence from both the Statements
    Lucky > Naresh > Manish > Kalu
    But height of Jatin is not clear.
    Thus, second tallest friend can’t be determined.
    Hence, data neither in Statement I nor in Statement II are sufficient to answer the question.

    7. (d) Both the statements are not sufficient.

    8. (d) Data in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the questions.

    9. (c) Data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

    10. (d) From statement I and II together still it is still not clear who is Kavita’s sister. It is not sure whether Sapna is sister or cousin of Kavita.

    11. (d) From I and II : – Still we do not know who is the youngest.

    12. (b) From II. we get code for book is “mik”.

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  • Puzzles asked in Previous years (IBPS CLERK/IBPS PO/BOB)

    Nov 15 • Uncategorized • 1127 Views

    Directions (1-5): Seven persons namely Paramjit, Tarun, Morya, Jeeva, Vaani, Ram and Waqar are good friends and are studying in M.Com, M.A. and M.Sc courses. Three are doing M.Com, two are in M.A. and another two are in M.Sc. Each of them has a very distinct and favorite color choice ranging from blue, red, yellow, white, black, pink and brown but not necessarily in the same order. None doing M.Com like either red or black. Morya is doing M.A. and he likes blue. Ram is doing M.Sc and likes brown. Jeeva is doing M.Com and likes yellow. Paramjit who does not like red is in the same discipline of Ram. Tarun is in the same discipline of Morya. Vaani does not like pink. (IBPS CLERK MAINS 2016)

                1. Which among the following groups is doing M. Com

    a) Jeeva, Vaani and Waqar

                       b) Vaani, Waqar and Tarun

                       c) Jeeva, Vaani and Tarun

                      d) Jeeva, Paramjit and Ram

    2.What is the color combination choice of those who are in M.Sc discipline?

                       a) Brown and Pink

                      b) Black and White

                       c) Black and Brown

                       d) Yellow and Black

                       e) None of The Above

                 3.Which color does Vaani like?

                       a) Yellow b) Pink c) White d) Brown e) None of The Above

                4.What is the color combination choice of those who are in M.A. discipline?

                       a) Red and Black

                       b) Blue and Red

                       c) Blue and Black

                      d) None of The Above

    5.Morya is related with which discipline?

                       a) M.Sc. b) M.A. c) M.Com d) M.BA e) None of these

    Directions (6-8): Read the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
    There are six persons S, T, U, V, W and X, who got different marks in the examination. S got more marks than only U and
    X. T got less marks than W, who did not get the highest marks in the examination. The Second highest person got 92
    marks. (IBPS PO 2017)
    6. How many persons got more marks than U?
    (a) Four     (b) Two     (c) Five    (d) Can’t be determined   (e) One
    7. If S got 69 marks and U got 68 marks, then which of the following statement is true?
    (a) X got the lower marks.
    (b) U got the fifth highest marks.
    (c) Five persons got more marks than X
    (d) All are true
    (e) X got 66 marks is a possibility.
    8. V got which of the following possible score?
    (a) 85   (b) 66   (c) 92   (d) 89   (e) 94

    Directions (9-11): Study the following information to answer the questions. Each of the six buildings – E, F, G H, I and J has different number of floors. Only three buildings have more number of floors then J. G has more number of floors than I but less than E. I has more number of floors than J. F does not have the least number of floors. The building having least number of floors has 5 floors. The building having third highest number of floors has 26 floors. F has 14 floors less than the number of floors in I. (BOB 2016)

              9.If the number of floors of a building is less than 38 and is an odd number which is divisible by 3 but not 7. How many floors does G have?

                      (a) 15 (b) 35 (c) 9 (d) 27 (e) 29

     

              10.Which of the following buildings has the second highest number of floors?

                        (a) I (b) F (c) J (d) H (e) G

              11.How many floors does building J possibly have?

                         (a) 22 (b) 5 (c) 11 (d) 35 (e) 12

     

     

    Solutions:

    1. a) Jeeva, Vaani and Waqar
    2. c) Black and Brown
    3. c) White
    4. b) Blue and Red
    5. b) M.A.
    6. (d) Can’t be determined(V>W>T>S>U/X>X/U)
    7. (d) All are true
    8. (e) 94
    9. (d)
    10. (e)
    11. (a)

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  • Puzzle questions asked in IBPS PO Prelims( Previous years) – 1

    Nov 5 • Uncategorized • 733 Views

    Q1. Study the given information carefully to answer the given question.

    M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are seven people live on seven different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lower most floor of the building is numbered 1, the one above that is numbered 2 and so on till the topmost floor is numbered 7. Each one of them have different income i.e. 3500, 15000, 7500, 9000,11000, 13500 and 5000. (But not necessarily in the same order.) M lives on an odd numbered floor but not on the floor numbered 3. The one who has income of 11000 lives immediately above M. Only two people live between M and the one who has income of 7500. The one who has income of 15000 lives on one of the odd numbered floors above P. Only three people live between O and the one who has income of 15000. The one who has income of 7500 lives immediately above O. R earns 4000 more than Q. The one who has income of 3500 lives immediately above the one who has income of 5000.Only one person lives between N and Q. N lives on one of the floors above Q. Neither O nor M has income of 9000. Q does not has income of 7500.(IBPS PO 2016 Prelims)

    1. How much income M has?

    (a) 13500 (b) 5000 (c) 7500 (d) 15000 (e) 32. Which of the following combinations is tr500

    ue with respect to the given arrangement?

    (a) 13500 – O (b) 15000 – R (c) 5000 – S (d) 11000 – P (e) 9000 – N

    1. If all the people are made to sit in alphabetical order from top to bottom, the positions of how many people will remain unchanged?

    (a) Four (b) None (c) Two (d) One (e) Three

    1. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the given arrangement ?

    (a) The one who has income of 5000 lives immediately below M.

    (b) Rhas income of 15000.

    (c) None of the given options is true.

    (d) Only four people live between P and S.

    (e) S lives immediately below Q.

    1. Who amongst the following lives on the floor numbered 2?

    (a) N

    (b) The one who has income of 3500

    (c) The one who has income of 5000

    (d) P

    (e) R

    1. How much income R has?

    (a) 13500 (b) 5000 (c) 7500 (d) 15000 (e) 3500

     

    2. Direction (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. (IBPS PO 2017)
    L, M, N, O, P, Q and R are seven employees who are working in the same company. They attend meeting in different
    department viz; administrative, Security, Finance and HR department on different days from Monday to Sunday but not
    necessarily in the same order. One employee attends only one meeting and only one meeting is held on each day. There
    are two employees who attend meeting in administrative, security, HR department and only one employee attends
    meeting in Finance department.
    L attends meeting on Thursday. There are two persons who attend meeting between L and the person who attends
    meeting in HR department. There are three persons who attend meeting between the persons who attend meeting in
    Administrative department and the one who attends meeting in Finance department. The one who attends meeting in
    administrative department attends before the one who attends in finance department. The one who attends meeting in
    finance department does not attend on Saturday. The number of persons who attend meeting between L and the one
    who attend meeting in finance department is same as the number of persons who attend meeting between O and the one
    who attends meeting in security department. The one who attends meeting in security department attend before O.O
    does not attend meeting in HR department. Q attends meeting on the day immediately before the day on which L attends
    meeting. O does not attend meeting on the day just after the day on which L attends meeting.The number of persons who
    attend meeting between L and P is same as the number of persons who attend meeting between L and R.P attends
    meeting in one of the day before the day on which R attends meeting.N attends meeting in administrative department. R
    does not attend meeting in security department.
    Q1. Who among the following person attend meeting on Friday?
    (a) O
    (b) M
    (c) P
    (d) N
    (e) R
    Q2. Which of the following combinations of “Person – Day” is true with respect to the given arrangement?
    (a) R – Friday
    (b) M-Saturday
    (c) Q– Thursday
    (d) P – Friday
    (e) P – Tuesday
    Q3. L attends meeting in which of the following department?
    (a) Security
    (b) HR
    (c) Administrative
    (d) Finance
    (e) Either (a) or (b)
    Q4. In this arrangement, Q is related to Monday, L is related to Security then N is related to?
    (a) Thursday
    (b) Wednesday
    (c) None of the given options is true.
    (d) HR
    (e)Sunday

    Q5. How many persons attend meeting between P and O?
    (a) 3
    (b) 4
    (c) 2
    (d) 1
    (e)None of these

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  • Questions Asked IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Mains November 2017

    Questions Asked IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Mains November 2017

    Nov 5 • Bank, IBPS PO, question bank • 769 Views

    Questions Asked IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 Mains November 2017

    General Awareness Questions

    1. Yudh Abhyas 2017, a joint military training exercise between India and ______ – United States 

    2. What is the meaning of M in MUDRA – Micro

    3. What is the meaning of P in PCA – Prompt

    4. What is the meaning of G in SHG – Group

    5. First payment Bank in india – Airtel Payments Bank Ltd

    6. Vijayawada situated on the bank of which River – Krishna River

    7. What is the minimum capital required for small finance bank – 100 Cr

    8. ​Venezuela capital – Caracas

    9. Cheque and DD come under which act – Negotiable Instrument Act 1881

    10. Prakash javdekar constituency – Madhya Pradesh

    11. Tungabhadra dam is in which state – Karnataka

    12. Pooja Kadian is related to which sports – Wushu

    13. UPI Full Form – Unified Payment Interface

    14. Hidayatullah National Law University is in which state – New Raipur, Chhattisgarh

    15. Cheque truncation system introduced in which year – 2010

    16. One question related to IBBI

    17. Headquarter Of ICAN – Geneva, Switzerland

    18. Kandla port has been renamed as – Deen dayal upadhyaya Port

    19. Noble prize for literature – Kazuo Ishiguro

    20. Headquarter Of ICAR – New Delhi

    21. Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park is located in – Assam

    22. Gorumara National Park is located in – West Bengal

    23. Banwari Laal purohit is governor of which state – Tamil Nadu

    24. 14th November celebrated as – Diabetes Day

    25. 10th brics summit will be held in – Johannesburg, South Africa

    Best Study Material For IBPS RRB

    Reasoning Ability Question

    1. Puzzles question included:
      • (a) One scheduling puzzle where the certain item had to be sent to different cities in different dates.
      • (b) One square puzzle with age as another parameter. People sitting at corners had their age in the multiple of 3 and those in the centre had their age in the multiple of 2.
    2. Input-Output questions were based on double shifting.
    3. Data Sufficiency questions were puzzle and coding based.
    4. There were no questions from Inequality and Syllogism in the reasoning section. 

    Quantitative Aptitude Question

    1. Number Series was based on wrong no. series.
    2. Data Interpretation included 3 sets:
      1. 1 Pie chart,
      2. 1 tabular graph and
      3. 1 Caselet DI based on profit and loss.

    Hindi Ability Question

    Level of Hindi Language was easy. There was no pattern change in the Hindi language section.

     

    English Language Question

    1. 02 questions from Reading Comprehension. One was a normal article while the other was paragraph based.
    2. Reading Comprehension was  “Economic breakdown (after England’s BREXIT) and Inflation”. 
    3. Cloze test
      1. Sentences which would fill the given blank of the passage aptly had to be identified.
    4. Filler based question
      • Some sentences were given containing 3 blanks followed by 3 options and the students had to identify if the given options were in the correct sequence for the blanks or not.
    5. Idiom based filler questions were also asked.
    6. Sentence improvement questions were asked, where an interrogative sentence was given and students had to identify the correct assertive sentence, without changing the actual meaning of the sentence.

    Computer Ability Question

    1. Cache memory based question
    2. Questions from Operating System
    3. Input-Output based questions
    4. Attachment in email is called?
    5. What is the full form of .org?
    6. Internet-based Questions
    7. Memory-based Questions

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  • Seating arrangement question – Part 3 (previous years)

    Nov 5 • Uncategorized • 579 Views

    A.

    Directions(1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

    M, N, O, D, E, F, G and H are eight members of a family. They belong to three different generations. There are three married couples. All of them are sitting around a circular table, facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order.

    •        D and F are a married couple. D, the wife of F, sits second to the left of her husband.
    •        O and M are offspring of D. M is not an immediate neighbour of his mother.
    •    There is only one person sitting between O and his niece G, but that person is not G’s father.
    •        E, a bachelor, sits third to the right of his uncle M, but neither to the opposite nor to the immediate left of his father.
    •        G is not an immediate neighbour of her aunt N. No three females are sitting together.

           O and his sister-in-law are immediate neighbour.

    1. Who among the following is G’s father?

    a)    F   b)    M    c)    H    d)    N     e)    Can’t be determined

    2. How many females are there in the family?

    a)   Two   b)   Three  c)   Five  d)   Can’t be determined e)   None of these

    3. What is the position of D with respect to her granddaughter?

    a)   Second to the left

    b)   Fourth to the right

    c)   Third to the right

    d)   Fourth to the left

    e)   Immediate left

    4. Who among the following is the aunt of E?

    a) N

    b)   D

    c)   G

    d)   H

    e)   Can’t be determined

    5. Which of the following represents a group of male members of the family?

    a)   EN

    b)   FG

    c)   OG

    d)   FM

    e)   Can’t be determined

    B. Directions (1-3): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. Eight members A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H sitting in a row facing north But not necessary in the same order. No two successive members are sitting together according to alphabetical order. For Example: A does not sit with B. similarly B does not sit with C and so on. They also have a hobby like Playing game, Watching TV, Singing, Dancing, Online surfing, Chatting, Acting and Cooking, but not necessary in the same order. Either A or H sits at the extreme end of the row. A is sitting third to the left of the person whose hobby is online surfing. B sits second to the right of the person who likes acting. C sits second to the right of F. G who likes watching TV is sitting second from the right end of the row. The person whose hobby is dancing is immediate neighbor of F who likes Playing Games. The person whose hobby is acting is not sitting adjacent to the person whose hobby is online surfing. C’s hobby is neither acting nor online surfing. D and E do not sit any extreme end of the row. One of the immediate neighbors of H likes Cooking and the one whose hobby is singing sits left end of the row. Neither H nor D likes Acting. (SBI PO MAINS 2017)

    Q1. Which of the following member is sitting sixth to the right of the second from the right end of the row?

    (a) E

    (b) The one whose hobby is acting

    (c) A

    (d) The one whose hobby is cooking

    (e) None of these.

     

    Q2. A is related to B and F is related to E in the same way how is the member whose hobby is dancing related to which of the following?

    (a) The one whose hobby is acting

    (b) G

    (c) The one whose hobby is cooking

    (d) C

    (e) B

     

    Q3. Which of the following combination is not true?

    (a) A-Singing (b) E-Acting (c) G-Watching TV (d) B-Playing games (e) D-Dancing

    C. Directions (1-2): Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below. There are two square fields of different size such that the larger one is surrounding smaller field. Four gates are there for each field in the middle of the sides. Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are standing at different gates but not necessary in the same sequence. The persons who are on the sides of larger park facing center and The persons who are at side of smaller park facing outside such that inner sides persons and outer sides persons are facing each other. There is one person standing between B and D. C faces B. A is to the immediate right of C. G is not the immediate neighbor of D. G faces neither D nor F. One person is standing between H and F. E is facing the center  (SBI PO MAINS 2017)

    Q1. Which of the following persons are facing to each other?

    (a) BD (b) EB (c) FH (d) DE (e) AH

    Q2. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based from a group which one of the following does not belong to that group?

    (a) EF (b) CH (c) DA (d) FC (e) BH

    SOLUTIONS:

    A. 

    1. b)    M
    2. e)   None of these
    3. c)   Third to the right
    4. a)   N
    5. d)   FM

    B.

     

    1. b
    2. d

    C.

    1. d
    2. e

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  • Seating Arrangement questions asked in IBPS PO Prelims 2017

    Nov 2 • Uncategorized • 1063 Views

    Q1. Study the following information and answer the given questions: (IBPS PO 2017 Prelims)

    A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H are eight friends and sitting around a circular table but not necessarily in same order. Some of them are facing inside and some of them are facing outside. A sits third to right of H. There is two people sits between H and B. C sits second to left of B. There is three people sits between B and E. D is second to left of F, who is not immediate neighbor of A. Immediate neighbours of H faces same direction as H. F sits third to left of A, who faces centre. The immediate neighbors of A face opposite to the direction of A.

    i). Who is sitting third to right of F?

    (a) C

    (b) B

    (c) A

    (d) E

    (e) D

    ii). Who is facing inside?

    (a) AD

    (b) AGH

    (c) AB

    (d) ADC

    (e) None of these

    iii). Who sits opposite to H?

    (a) A

    (b) D

    (c) F

    (d) E

    (e) G

    iv). How many people are siting between C and B, when counted from left of C?

    (a) Two

    (b) Three

    (c) One

    (d) Four

    (e) Five

    v. Who is sitting exactly between D and C when counted from right of D?

    (a) HE

    (b) CE

    (c) FH

    (d) BF

    (e) DF

    Q2: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions: (IBPS PO 2017 Prelims)

    Ten persons are sitting in 2 parallel rows containing 5 persons in each row. In 1st row M, N, O, P and Q are seated and are facing south. In 2nd row, U, V, X, Y and Z are seated and are facing north. Therefore in the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. They like different colours Red, Orange, Blue, Brown, Black, White, Yellow, Pink, Peach, and Grey (not necessarily in same order). M doesn’t like brown and P likes black. Y sits third to the left of U, who likes yellow. M faces immediate neighbour of Y, who likes orange. The one who likes peach sits at extreme end. O sits second to the right of M. The one who likes red faces the one who likes pink but M doesn’t like pink. Only one person sits between N and P. V and Z are immediate neighbours. Z does not face M and N, who doesn’t like grey. The one who faces U likes white. The one who faces an immediate neighbour of Y likes brown.

    i). How many persons are seated between N and the one who likes white?

    (a) None

    (b) One

    (c) Two

    (d) Three

    (e) None of these

    ii). Who amongst the following faces P?

    (a) U

    (b) The one who likes pink

    (c) X

    (d) N

    (e) The one who likes grey

    iii). Which of the following is true regarding M?

    (a) N and X are immediate neighbours of M

    (b) M sits at one of the extreme ends of the line.

    (c) M likes black.

    (d) P sits immediate left of M

    (e) None of these

    iv). Who amongst the following pair sits exactly in the middle of the rows?

    (a) M, Z

    (b) P, Y

    (c) None of these

    (d) U, N

    (e) M, V

    v). V likes which of the following colour?

    (a) Brown

    (b) Pink

    (c) Black

    (d) White

    (e) None of these

     

    Q3: Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below: (IBPS PO 2017 Prelims)

    Eight people viz. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a straight line. They all are facing north. Each one of them has a different age i.e. 8, 11, 15, 17, 21, 25, 27 and 30 year, but not necessarily in the same order. The following conditions are given below.

    P sits one of the extreme ends of the row. There are three person sits between P and the one, who is 11 year old. R sits third to the left of the person, who is 17 year old. The person, who is 17 year old, is not immediate neighbour of the person, who is 11 year old. R is not 11 year old. P is not 17 year old.

    Q is 15 year old. S is not the youngest person. R is older than P but his age is a not whole square number. There are as many person sits between P and R is same as the person sits between W and the person, who is 30 year old.

    T sits immediate left of the person, who is 8 year old. Q sits third to the left of S. Youngest person sits extreme right end of the row. Persons,who sits left of W are younger than W. U is older than V.Q does not sit at extreme left end.

    i). Who among the following person sits extreme right end of the row?

    (a) U

    (b) P

    (c) V

    (d) Q

    (e) None of these

    ii). How many persons are older than S?

    (a) 3

    (b) 5

    (c) 0

    (d) 6

    (e) 4

    iii). How many persons are sits between the person, who is 25 year old and the person, who sits immediate right of U?

    (a) None

    (b) Three

    (c) Five

    (d) Six

    (e) One

    iv). Which of the following statement is true according to the given conditions?

    (a) R sits third to the right of P.

    (b) R sits immediate left of S.

    (c) All are true

    (d) T is 17 year old.

    (e) W sits immediate right of the person, who is 15 year old.

    v). Who among the following persons sits extreme ends of the row?

    (a) W, The person who is 21 year old.

    (b) The person, who is 21 year old and V.

    (c) P and The person, who is 15 year old.

    (d) None of these

    (e) Q and The person, who is 8 year old.

    SOLUTIONS

    1.

    1. (d) E
    2. (c) AB
    3. (b) D
    4. (c) One
    5. (d) BF

    2.

    1. (c) Two
    2. (e) The one who likes grey
    3. (d) P sits immediate left of M
    4. (e) M, V
    5. (b) Pink

    3.

    1. (c) V
    2. (d) 6
    3. (b) Three
    4. (c) All are true
    5. (b) The person, who is 21 year old and V.

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  • Seating Arrangement questions asked in IBPS PO Prelims 2016

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    Q1: Study the given information carefully to answer the given question.

    Eight people- A, B, C, D, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a circle facing the centre. All eight people are from different place i.e. Okhla, Dwarka, Lajpat Nagar, Chanakyapuri, Saket, Mehrauli, Rohini and Karol Bagh but not necessarily in the same order. W is sitting third to the left of Y. The person who is from Dwarka is to the immediate right of W and W is not from Okhla. B is sitting fourth to the right of Z. Z is not the neighbor of Y. Neither B nor Z is an immediate neighbor of W. X is from Chanakyapuriand is sitting third to the right of the person from Dwarka.The person from Mehrauli is sitting second to the left of person from Chanakyapuri. The person from Rohini is sitting second to the left of W. A who is Lajpat Nagar is sitting exactly between X and Z. The person from Saket is sitting second to the right of the person from Lajpat Nagar. C is sitting third to the left of X.(IBPS PO 2016 Prelims)

    1. Who amongst the following persons belongs to Okhla?

    (a) Y

    (b) D

    (c) C

    (d) B

    (e) None of these

    1. What is A’s position with respect to B?

    (a) Third to the right

    (b) Second to the right

    (c) Third to the left

    (d) Second to the left

    (e) Fourth to the right

    1. How many people are sitting between Z and C when counted in an anticlockwise direction From C?

    (a) One

    (b) Two

    (c) Three

    (d) Four

    (e) None

    1. Four of the following five pairs are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so from a group. Which of the following does not to the group?

    (a) B-Rohini

    (b) Z – Mehrauli

    (c) D – Okhla

    (d) Y – Saket

    (e) X – Dwarka

    1. Which of the following statements is false according to the above mentioned arrangement?

    (a) C is to the immediate right of the Karol Bagh

    (b) The person from Lajpat Nagar is third to the right of the person from Mehrauli.

    (c) The person from Dwarka is sitting exactly between the Karol Bagh and the Saket.

    (d) D is neither from Chanakyapuri nor from Karol Bagh.

    (e) There are only three people between A and C.

     

    Q2. Study the given information carefully to answer the given question.

    S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting in a straight line equidistant from each other (but not necessarily in the same order). Some of them are facing south while some are facing north. (Note : Facing the same direction means, if one is facing north then the other also faces north and vice-versa. Facing the opposite directions means, if one is facing north then the other faces south and vice-versa) S faces north. Only two people sit to the right of S. T sits third to the left of S. Only one person sits between T and X. X sits to the immediate right of W. Only one person sits between W and Z. Both the immediate neighbors of T face the same direction. U sits third to the left of X. T faces the opposite direction as S. Y does not sit at any of the extremes ends of the line. V faces the same direction as W. Both Y and U face the opposite direction of Z.

    (IBPS PO 2016 Prelims)

    1. How many persons in the given arrangement are facing North?

    (a) More than four

    (b) Four

    (c) One

    (d) Three

    (e) Two

    1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way, and so form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group?

    (a) W, X

    (b) Z, Y

    (c) T, S

    (d) T, Y

    (e) V, U

    1. What is the position of X with respect to Z?

    (a) Second to the left

    (b) Third to the right

    (c) Third to the left

    (d) Fifth to the right

    (e) Second to the right

    1. Who amongst the following sits exactly between Z and W?

    (a) T

    (b) Y

    (c) X

    (d) W

    (e) U

    1. Who is sitting 2nd to the right of T?

    (a) Z

    (b)V

    (c)X

    (d)W

    (e)None of these.

     

     

    SOLUTIONS:

                 1.(a) Y

                 2.(a) Third to the right

                 3.(d) Four

                4.(e) X – Dwarka

                5.(c) The person from Dwarka is sitting exactly between the Karol Bagh and the Saket.

    2.

               1.(b) Four

              2.(d) T, Y

              3.(b) Third to the right

             4.(a) T

             5.(a) Z

     

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  • IBPS PO Prelims Questions Asked 14 October 2017

    IBPS PO Prelims Questions Asked 14 October 2017

    Oct 15 • Bank, IBPS PO, question bank • 782 Views

    IBPS PO Prelims Questions Asked 14 October 2017

    (Shift 1)

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Reasoning

    1. Scheduling – Based on Months, Persons & Colours.
    2. Square Puzzle – 8 Persons sitting in a square. 4 Persons sitting at the corner are facing toward the center. 4 Persons sitting at the center facing outside the center.
    3. Puzzle – 7 persons belonging to 3 different department. At least two of them are in a department. They also like different sports (such as boxing, basketball etc)
    4. Linear Sitting Arrangement – Persons sitting in a single row & all are facing toward north. One more variable was given.

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Quant

    1. Data Interpretation – 2 sets
      i) Bar Graph
      ii) Tabular Graph

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – English

    1. Reading Comprehension – Based on “Doctors & Medicines”
    2. Antonym of “Challenge”.
    3. Synonym of “Profound”

    (Shift 2)

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Reasoning

    1. Puzzle – People working in different department & likes different colour.
    2. Scheduling – Month Based puzzle.
    3. Linear Arrangement – People sitting in a single row & all facing north.
    4. Scheduling – Days (Mon, Tue, Wed etc.) based puzzle with one more variable.

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Quant

    1. Data Interpretation – 2 Set
      i) Tabular Graph
      ii) Bar Graph

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – English

    1. Reading Comprehension – Based on “Nutrition and World Health Organisation”

    (Shift 3)

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Reasoning

    1. Box Puzzle – 5 Boxes J, K, L, M, N are placed one above the other. You have to find the correct order of arrangement.
    2. Word Test – The word was TOPICAL. You have to find the number of words which appear in the same order as in the alphabetical dictionary.
    3. Circular Arrangement – 8 Peoples S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z all facing toward the center are sitting in a circle. They also like 8 different fruits.
    4. Scheduling – 6 Professors U, V, W, X, Y , Z teaches in a class in 3 months (August, May, June) & 2 dates (5th & 24th). Each professor like different colour.

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Quant

    1. Data Interpretation – 2 sets
      Tabular Graph – Based on the percentage of silver, gold and bronze coin of 3 companies.
      Line Graph – Based on the data of two companies
    2. Number Series – Find the next number in the series given below:
      7, 6, 17, 84, ?, 5282

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – English

    1. Reading Comprehension – Based on “Economy of Myanmar and ASEAN Countries”
    2. Antonyms & Synonyms – Salutary, Reverberating, Embark

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  • IBPS PO Prelims Memory Based Questions of English Section 7th October 2017

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    IBPS PO Prelims Memory Based Questions of English Section

    IBPS PO Prelims Memory Based Questions of English Section

    Phrasal Replacement

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • IBPS PO Prelims Memory Based Question 08 October 2017 2nd Shift

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     IBPS PO Prelims Memory Based Question 08 October 2017 2nd Shift

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Quantitative Aptitude

    • Data Interpretation – Two sets
    1. Pie Chart
    2. Bar Graph
    • Find the next number in the given series?1) 104, 102, 96, 84, ? 34

      Logic: Difference of Difference- 4, 6, 8, 10

      Answer: 64

      2) 6, 280, 410, 468, 490, ?

      Logic: Difference of Difference- 144, 72, 36, 18

      Answer: 494

      3) 11, 5, 4, 4.5, 7, ?

      Logic: ×0.5-0.5, ×1-1, ×1.5-1.5, ×2-2

      Answer: 20

      4) 3072, 192, 24, 6, ?, 3

      Logic: ÷16, ÷8, ÷4, ÷2

      Answer: 3

      5) 3, 4, 9, 28, 113, ?

      Logic: ×1+1, ×2+1, ×3+1, ×4+1

      Answer: 566

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – Reasoning Ability

    • Linear Seating Arrangement – 8 people sitting in a single line. Some of them facing north & some facing south.
    • Square Sitting Arrangement – 8 people sitting in a square. 4 of them sitting in a center & facing towards inside & those sitting at the corner facing toward outside.
    • Floor Puzzle – Difficult since more number of possible cases.
    • Double Line up – People sitting in two row & like different fruits. In row I people are facing toward north & in row II people are facing toward south.

    IBPS PO Questions Asked – English Language

    • Reading Comprehension – Based on “Economy”.
    • Synonyms – “Bleak”.

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