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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections 1 – 5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Sixteen students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P were playing in a square – shaped playground. They are two square playground of different size such that larger one is surrounding the smaller square. Eight of the students were seated around the outer playground facing the centre and eight were seated around the inner playground facing outside the centre. Eight students were seated along the eight sides of the two squares and eight were at the corner of the two squares. The persons who are sitting at the outer circle face the persons who are sitting at the inner circle. G was third to the left of K who was facing E. G was seated along with the inner playground. G faced H who was second to the right of M. I faced F whose neighbour faced the person who was second to the right of B. E and I was seated at a gap of one person. M’s neighbour faced O who was at a gap of two persons from P who faced N. B’s neighbour faced C who was third to the left of D. A was second to the right of L. N was seated at one of the corners.
Four of the following are alike and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?
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Answer 5) J
Solution:
Hence, except J all other are placed in outer playground.Incorrect
Answer 5) J
Solution:
Hence, except J all other are placed in outer playground. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections 1 – 5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Sixteen students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P were playing in a square – shaped playground. They are two square playground of different size such that larger one is surrounding the smaller square. Eight of the students were seated around the outer playground facing the centre and eight were seated around the inner playground facing outside the centre. Eight students were seated along the eight sides of the two squares and eight were at the corner of the two squares. The persons who are sitting at the outer circle face the persons who are sitting at the inner circle. G was third to the left of K who was facing E. G was seated along with the inner playground. G faced H who was second to the right of M. I faced F whose neighbour faced the person who was second to the right of B. E and I was seated at a gap of one person. M’s neighbour faced O who was at a gap of two persons from P who faced N. B’s neighbour faced C who was third to the left of D. A was second to the right of L. N was seated at one of the corners.
In which of the following groups was the 1st person seated exactly in between the 2nd and the 3rd person?
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Answer 3) FPJ
Hence, F sits between P and J.Incorrect
Answer 3) FPJ
Hence, F sits between P and J. 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections 1 – 5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Sixteen students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P were playing in a square – shaped playground. They are two square playground of different size such that larger one is surrounding the smaller square. Eight of the students were seated around the outer playground facing the centre and eight were seated around the inner playground facing outside the centre. Eight students were seated along the eight sides of the two squares and eight were at the corner of the two squares. The persons who are sitting at the outer circle face the persons who are sitting at the inner circle. G was third to the left of K who was facing E. G was seated along with the inner playground. G faced H who was second to the right of M. I faced F whose neighbour faced the person who was second to the right of B. E and I was seated at a gap of one person. M’s neighbour faced O who was at a gap of two persons from P who faced N. B’s neighbour faced C who was third to the left of D. A was second to the right of L. N was seated at one of the corners.
If in a certain manner J is related to A and K is related to N, then in the same manner who will be related to P?
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Answer 4) I
Hence, P is the left neighbour of the student facing I.Incorrect
Answer 4) I
Hence, P is the left neighbour of the student facing I. 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections 1 – 5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Sixteen students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P were playing in a square – shaped playground. They are two square playground of different size such that larger one is surrounding the smaller square. Eight of the students were seated around the outer playground facing the centre and eight were seated around the inner playground facing outside the centre. Eight students were seated along the eight sides of the two squares and eight were at the corner of the two squares. The persons who are sitting at the outer circle face the persons who are sitting at the inner circle. G was third to the left of K who was facing E. G was seated along with the inner playground. G faced H who was second to the right of M. I faced F whose neighbour faced the person who was second to the right of B. E and I was seated at a gap of one person. M’s neighbour faced O who was at a gap of two persons from P who faced N. B’s neighbour faced C who was third to the left of D. A was second to the right of L. N was seated at one of the corners.
Who will be sitting second to the right of A?
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Answer 1) I
Hence, I will be sitting second to the right of A.Incorrect
Answer 1) I
Hence, I will be sitting second to the right of A. 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections 1 – 5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Sixteen students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P were playing in a square – shaped playground. They are two square playground of different size such that larger one is surrounding the smaller square. Eight of the students were seated around the outer playground facing the centre and eight were seated around the inner playground facing outside the centre. Eight students were seated along the eight sides of the two squares and eight were at the corner of the two squares. The persons who are sitting at the outer circle face the persons who are sitting at the inner circle. G was third to the left of K who was facing E. G was seated along with the inner playground. G faced H who was second to the right of M. I faced F whose neighbour faced the person who was second to the right of B. E and I was seated at a gap of one person. M’s neighbour faced O who was at a gap of two persons from P who faced N. B’s neighbour faced C who was third to the left of D. A was second to the right of L. N was seated at one of the corners.
G is facing to which person?
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Answer 2) H
Hence, H is facing G.Incorrect
Answer 2) H
Hence, H is facing G. 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
There are seven different dress shops – L, M, N, O, P, Q and R sold dresses starting from Monday to Sunday (of the same week) not necessarily in the same order. The number of dresses sold by the seven dress shops on seven different days is 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 15 and 27 (not necessarily in the same order).
The Shop L sold dresses in one of the days after Friday. On Wednesday, the number of dresses sold is 12. The difference between the number of dresses sold on Monday and Friday is the multiple of the number 7. There are two shops between the shop Q and the shop which one sold 4 dresses. Shop M sold dresses on one of the days immediately before the shop that sold 9 dresses. There are two shops between M and R. There are three shops between the shop Q and O. N not sold the least number of dresses. The sum of dresses sold on Wednesday and Saturday is more than ten and the sum equals to the number of dresses sold on Friday. The difference between the number of dresses sold by Shop M and R is less than five. The Shop which sold 9 dresses, not on Friday. The shop Q sold the dresses in one of the days after the shop which sold 4 dresses. The shop which sold more than 12 dresses (not an odd number) is immediately after the one in which one sold 12 dresses. Shop Q sold more number of dresses than Shop O.Which of the following combination is true?
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Answer 3) Wednesday – 12 – R
Solution:
Hence, R sold 12 dresses on Wednesday.Incorrect
Answer 3) Wednesday – 12 – R
Solution:
Hence, R sold 12 dresses on Wednesday. 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
There are seven different dress shops – L, M, N, O, P, Q and R sold dresses starting from Monday to Sunday (of the same week) not necessarily in the same order. The number of dresses sold by the seven dress shops on seven different days is 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 15 and 27 (not necessarily in the same order).
The Shop L sold dresses in one of the days after Friday. On Wednesday, the number of dresses sold is 12. The difference between the number of dresses sold on Monday and Friday is the multiple of the number 7. There are two shops between the shop Q and the shop which one sold 4 dresses. Shop M sold dresses on one of the days immediately before the shop that sold 9 dresses. There are two shops between M and R. There are three shops between the shop Q and O. N not sold the least number of dresses. The sum of dresses sold on Wednesday and Saturday is more than ten and the sum equals to the number of dresses sold on Friday. The difference between the number of dresses sold by Shop M and R is less than five. The Shop which sold 9 dresses, not on Friday. The shop Q sold the dresses in one of the days after the shop which sold 4 dresses. The shop which sold more than 12 dresses (not an odd number) is immediately after the one in which one sold 12 dresses. Shop Q sold more number of dresses than Shop O.The least number of dresses were sold on?
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Answer 1) Tuesday
Hence, P sold the least number of dresses on Tuesday.Incorrect
Answer 1) Tuesday
Hence, P sold the least number of dresses on Tuesday. 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
There are seven different dress shops – L, M, N, O, P, Q and R sold dresses starting from Monday to Sunday (of the same week) not necessarily in the same order. The number of dresses sold by the seven dress shops on seven different days is 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 15 and 27 (not necessarily in the same order).
The Shop L sold dresses in one of the days after Friday. On Wednesday, the number of dresses sold is 12. The difference between the number of dresses sold on Monday and Friday is the multiple of the number 7. There are two shops between the shop Q and the shop which one sold 4 dresses. Shop M sold dresses on one of the days immediately before the shop that sold 9 dresses. There are two shops between M and R. There are three shops between the shop Q and O. N not sold the least number of dresses. The sum of dresses sold on Wednesday and Saturday is more than ten and the sum equals to the number of dresses sold on Friday. The difference between the number of dresses sold by Shop M and R is less than five. The Shop which sold 9 dresses, not on Friday. The shop Q sold the dresses in one of the days after the shop which sold 4 dresses. The shop which sold more than 12 dresses (not an odd number) is immediately after the one in which one sold 12 dresses. Shop Q sold more number of dresses than Shop O.Two shops sold dresses in multiple of 9, on successive days. In these two shops, who sold more and on which day?
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Answer 5) Q, Friday
Hence, N and Q sold dresses in multiples of 9. Q sold 27 dresses on Friday.Incorrect
Answer 5) Q, Friday
Hence, N and Q sold dresses in multiples of 9. Q sold 27 dresses on Friday. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
There are seven different dress shops – L, M, N, O, P, Q and R sold dresses starting from Monday to Sunday (of the same week) not necessarily in the same order. The number of dresses sold by the seven dress shops on seven different days is 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 15 and 27 (not necessarily in the same order).
The Shop L sold dresses in one of the days after Friday. On Wednesday, the number of dresses sold is 12. The difference between the number of dresses sold on Monday and Friday is the multiple of the number 7. There are two shops between the shop Q and the shop which one sold 4 dresses. Shop M sold dresses on one of the days immediately before the shop that sold 9 dresses. There are two shops between M and R. There are three shops between the shop Q and O. N not sold the least number of dresses. The sum of dresses sold on Wednesday and Saturday is more than ten and the sum equals to the number of dresses sold on Friday. The difference between the number of dresses sold by Shop M and R is less than five. The Shop which sold 9 dresses, not on Friday. The shop Q sold the dresses in one of the days after the shop which sold 4 dresses. The shop which sold more than 12 dresses (not an odd number) is immediately after the one in which one sold 12 dresses. Shop Q sold more number of dresses than Shop O.Which of the following combinations of “number of the dress sold – Day” is true for R?
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Answer 1) 12 – Wednesday
Hence, the correct combination for R is 12 – Wednesday.Incorrect
Answer 1) 12 – Wednesday
Hence, the correct combination for R is 12 – Wednesday. 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Direction 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
There are seven different dress shops – L, M, N, O, P, Q and R sold dresses starting from Monday to Sunday (of the same week) not necessarily in the same order. The number of dresses sold by the seven dress shops on seven different days is 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 15 and 27 (not necessarily in the same order).
The Shop L sold dresses in one of the days after Friday. On Wednesday, the number of dresses sold is 12. The difference between the number of dresses sold on Monday and Friday is the multiple of the number 7. There are two shops between the shop Q and the shop which one sold 4 dresses. Shop M sold dresses on one of the days immediately before the shop that sold 9 dresses. There are two shops between M and R. There are three shops between the shop Q and O. N not sold the least number of dresses. The sum of dresses sold on Wednesday and Saturday is more than ten and the sum equals to the number of dresses sold on Friday. The difference between the number of dresses sold by Shop M and R is less than five. The Shop which sold 9 dresses, not on Friday. The shop Q sold the dresses in one of the days after the shop which sold 4 dresses. The shop which sold more than 12 dresses (not an odd number) is immediately after the one in which one sold 12 dresses. Shop Q sold more number of dresses than Shop O.Which of the following is sold by Shop N?
Correct
Answer 2) 18
Hence, N sold 18 dressesIncorrect
Answer 2) 18
Hence, N sold 18 dresses
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