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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
6 horses P, Q, R, S, T and U are made to stand in a row facing north and distance between two adjacent horses increases from left to right in consecutive integral multiple of 4.Distance between R and S is 60m and only two horses stand between them. U sits immediate left of R. P sits somewhere to the right of U and distance between them is in multiple of six. Distance between R and Q is 44m. Horse P starts moving towards east, after moving 12m, it turns to its right and moves 60m. From there after turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5m, it comes to halt at a point X. Horse U moves in north direction for a distance of 20m and then turn to its left and moves 26m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point Y after walking 5m.
What is the distance between horses S and R?
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Answer – 4) 60m
Explanation:
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Answer – 4) 60m
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Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
6 horses P, Q, R, S, T and U are made to stand in a row facing north and distance between two adjacent horses increases from left to right in consecutive integral multiple of 4.Distance between R and S is 60m and only two horses stand between them. U sits immediate left of R. P sits somewhere to the right of U and distance between them is in multiple of six. Distance between R and Q is 44m. Horse P starts moving towards east, after moving 12m, it turns to its right and moves 60m. From there after turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5m, it comes to halt at a point X. Horse U moves in north direction for a distance of 20m and then turn to its left and moves 26m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point Y after walking 5m.
In which direction horse P is facing now?
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Answer – 4) East
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Answer – 4) East

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
6 horses P, Q, R, S, T and U are made to stand in a row facing north and distance between two adjacent horses increases from left to right in consecutive integral multiple of 4.Distance between R and S is 60m and only two horses stand between them. U sits immediate left of R. P sits somewhere to the right of U and distance between them is in multiple of six. Distance between R and Q is 44m. Horse P starts moving towards east, after moving 12m, it turns to its right and moves 60m. From there after turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5m, it comes to halt at a point X. Horse U moves in north direction for a distance of 20m and then turn to its left and moves 26m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point Y after walking 5m.
Who among the following is on the immediate right of Q?
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Answer – 3) U
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Answer – 3) U

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
6 horses P, Q, R, S, T and U are made to stand in a row facing north and distance between two adjacent horses increases from left to right in consecutive integral multiple of 4.Distance between R and S is 60m and only two horses stand between them. U sits immediate left of R. P sits somewhere to the right of U and distance between them is in multiple of six. Distance between R and Q is 44m. Horse P starts moving towards east, after moving 12m, it turns to its right and moves 60m. From there after turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5m, it comes to halt at a point X. Horse U moves in north direction for a distance of 20m and then turn to its left and moves 26m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point Y after walking 5m.
How many horses are there between S and P?
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Answer – 5) Four
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Answer – 5) Four

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
6 horses P, Q, R, S, T and U are made to stand in a row facing north and distance between two adjacent horses increases from left to right in consecutive integral multiple of 4.Distance between R and S is 60m and only two horses stand between them. U sits immediate left of R. P sits somewhere to the right of U and distance between them is in multiple of six. Distance between R and Q is 44m. Horse P starts moving towards east, after moving 12m, it turns to its right and moves 60m. From there after turning to its left and walking for a distance of 5m, it comes to halt at a point X. Horse U moves in north direction for a distance of 20m and then turn to its left and moves 26m. After taking one more turn to its left it stops at a point Y after walking 5m.
Point Y is in which direction with respect to X?
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Answer – 3) NorthWest
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Answer – 3) NorthWest

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q.610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
% – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 4
@ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 12
$ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 5
# – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 9
& – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 6
Note – The first symbol represents the hours and second symbol represents the minutes. Example: Time “#&” represents 9 hours 30 minutes.A train is scheduled to leave the station at “#&”. But due to technical problem bus has been late by 2hrs 45 minutes. Then at what time it leaves from the station?
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Answer – 3) “&#”
Explanation:
Scheduled time for train to leave = “#&” = 9:30
Train late by 2 hrs 45 minutes.
Train leaves from the station = 9 hours 30 minutes – 2 hours 45 minutes = 6:45 = “&#”Incorrect
Answer – 3) “&#”
Explanation:
Scheduled time for train to leave = “#&” = 9:30
Train late by 2 hrs 45 minutes.
Train leaves from the station = 9 hours 30 minutes – 2 hours 45 minutes = 6:45 = “&#” 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q.610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
% – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 4
@ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 12
$ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 5
# – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 9
& – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 6
Note – The first symbol represents the hours and second symbol represents the minutes. Example: Time “#&” represents 9 hours 30 minutes.A bus is scheduled to arrive at Delhi at “#$”. It takes 2 hour 40 minutes to reach Delhi from Ambala. At what time it should depart from Ambala to arrive Delhi at least 25 minutes before scheduled time?
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Answer – 2) “&%”
Explanation:
Bus to arrive at Delhi = “#$” = 9:25
Bus to arrive Delhi at least 30 minutes before scheduled time = 9:25 – 25 minutes = 9:00
Bus to depart from Ambala = 8:60 – 2 hours 40 minutes = 6:20 = “&%”Incorrect
Answer – 2) “&%”
Explanation:
Bus to arrive at Delhi = “#$” = 9:25
Bus to arrive Delhi at least 30 minutes before scheduled time = 9:25 – 25 minutes = 9:00
Bus to depart from Ambala = 8:60 – 2 hours 40 minutes = 6:20 = “&%” 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q.610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
% – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 4
@ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 12
$ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 5
# – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 9
& – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 6
Note – The first symbol represents the hours and second symbol represents the minutes. Example: Time “#&” represents 9 hours 30 minutes.If a man takes 25 minutes to reach railway station and his train is scheduled at “$%”. Then at what time should he leave to reach the station 10 minutes earlier?
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Answer – 4) “%#”
Explanation:
Scheduled time of train = “$% = 5:20
To reach station 10 minutes earlier = 5:20 – 10 minutes = 5:10
Man take 25 minutes to reach station = 5:10 – 25 minutes = 4:45 = “%#”Incorrect
Answer – 4) “%#”
Explanation:
Scheduled time of train = “$% = 5:20
To reach station 10 minutes earlier = 5:20 – 10 minutes = 5:10
Man take 25 minutes to reach station = 5:10 – 25 minutes = 4:45 = “%#” 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q.610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
% – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 4
@ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 12
$ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 5
# – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 9
& – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 6
Note – The first symbol represents the hours and second symbol represents the minutes. Example: Time “#&” represents 9 hours 30 minutes.Shatabadi express completes its journey in six hours with usual speed of 80 km/hr without stopping on any of the station but on Friday it has to stop 15 minutes on each of the five stations between Delhi and Muradabad. So at what time the train will reach Delhi with its usual speed every Friday, if it departs at “$&” every Friday.
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Answer – 3) “@#”
Explanation:
Depart time of train = “$&” = 5:30
It usually completes its journey in = 6 hours
On Friday = 15 × 5 = 75 minutes
Train is late by = 6 hours 75 minutes = 7 hours 15 minutes
Train reach Delhi = 5 hours 30 minutes + 7 hours 15 minutes = 12 hours 45 minutes = 12:45 = “@#”Incorrect
Answer – 3) “@#”
Explanation:
Depart time of train = “$&” = 5:30
It usually completes its journey in = 6 hours
On Friday = 15 × 5 = 75 minutes
Train is late by = 6 hours 75 minutes = 7 hours 15 minutes
Train reach Delhi = 5 hours 30 minutes + 7 hours 15 minutes = 12 hours 45 minutes = 12:45 = “@#” 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.(Q.610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
% – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 4
@ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 12
$ – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 5
# – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 9
& – Either the hour or minute hand of clock on 6
Note – The first symbol represents the hours and second symbol represents the minutes. Example: Time “#&” represents 9 hours 30 minutes.An inauguration ceremony is scheduled at “$$” but due to rain there will be a delay of 1 hour 20 minutes. At what time the ceremony will start now?
Correct
Answer – 5) “&#”
Explanation:
Scheduled time of the ceremony = “$$” = 5:25
Delay by 1 hour 20 minutes
Ceremony will start on = 5 hour 25 minutes + 1 hour 20 minutes = 6 hour 45 minutes = “&#”Incorrect
Answer – 5) “&#”
Explanation:
Scheduled time of the ceremony = “$$” = 5:25
Delay by 1 hour 20 minutes
Ceremony will start on = 5 hour 25 minutes + 1 hour 20 minutes = 6 hour 45 minutes = “&#”
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