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Sample Question Paper SBI PO for reasoning with Answer key

Model Sample Question paper for Banking Examination – Reasoning | Important Questions for SSC CGL, MTS, CHSL, and other Competitive Civil Service examination. Reasoning Question and Answer with Question paper solution for Railway Examination

 Directions (Q 1-5): Read the following passage for giving the Answers from question 1 to question 5.
There are 8 friends P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W. they all sit around a circular table, in such a way facing opposite to the centre. S and T are not neighbor of W. V is third to the left of W. V and T are not neighbor of U. Q is not the neighbor of U and W. T is not 2nd to the right of W. P is not neighbor of Q and U.
Q1. Who are the neighbor of P?
(1). R and Q         (2). W and S         (3). R and W       (4). Cannot be determined             (5). None of these

Q2. Which statement is right for V and T?
(1). T is fifth to the left of V         (2). V is second to the right of T          (3). T is second to the right of V               (4). Cannot be determined            (5). None of these

Q3. Who are the neighbors of U?
(1). R and S         (2). W and S         (3). R and W        (4). Cannot be determined             (5). None of these

Q4. How many persons are there in between U and W, when we move from right of the W?
(1). 2         (2). 4         (3). 6        (4).
Cannot be determined             (5). None of these

Q5. Out of five options 4 are related to one another in some way, then find out different one?
(1). P         (2). W         (3). V    (4). T             (5). U


Directions (Q 5-10): Read the following machine input carefully for giving the Answers below the last step.
Input: sale data 18 23 for 95 then 38
Step1: data sale18 23 for 95 then 38
Step2: data 95 for sale 18 23 then 38
Step3: data 95 for sale 18 23 then 38
Step4: data 95 for 38 sale 18 23 then
Step5: data 95 for 38 sale 23 18 then
Step6: data 95 for 38 sale 23 then 18
Step 6 is the last step for the given input. Read carefully the rule which has been acted in the given input and on the basis of this pattern give the following answer.

Q6. year 39 stake 47 house full 94 55
How many steps are required for completing this input?
(1). 7         (2). 4         (3). 5        (4). 6             (5). None of these
Q7. Second step of an input is – car 83 lost ever 32 46 74 now.
Then further how many steps are required for completing this input?
(1). 3         (2). 4         (3). 5        (4). 6             (5). None of these

Q8. Third step of an input is – and 79 code 27 18 now goal 34.
Which will be definitely input of this given step?
(1). code and 79 27 18 now goal 34        
(2). code 27 18 now goal 34 and 79        
(3). code 27 and 18 79 now goal 34                                                     
(4). Cannot be determined            
(5). None of these

Q9. water full never 35 78 16 height 28.
For the given step which will be last step?
(1). VI       (2). VII      (3). VIII     (4). IX          (5). None of these 

Q10. Second step of an input is – high 68 store pay 36 43 15 there.
Then which will be step VI for the given input?
(1). high 69 pay 43 store 36 there 15         
(2). high 69 pay 43 store 36 15 there          
(3). high 69 pay 36 43 store 15 there                                                    
(4). There will be no such step             
(5). None of these 

Directions (Q 11-15): there are four statements and after that four conclusions are given, you must consider all the statements are right, then give plausible answers that which conclusions are right or wrong.    

Q11. statement-
some pensils are window
all windows are road
some roads are cup
all cups are chain

conclusion-
I. some chain are pensils  
II. some cup are pensils
III. some chains are window
IV. some roads are pensils

(1). Does not follow any conclusions       
(2). Only II conclusion follow       
(3). Only IV conclusion follow      
(4). Both III and IV conclusions follows           
(5). Only III conclusion follow
  
Q12. statement-
Some beds are mirror
Some mirrors are doll
Some dolls are check
Some checks are pin
I.                   some pins are doll
II.                some checks are bed
III.             some beds are mirror
IV.             some dolls are bed

(1). Does not follow any conclusions       
(2). Only I conclusion follow      
(3). Only II conclusion follow     
(4). Only III conclusion follows          

Q13. statement-
All chocolates are holder
No holders are bulb
Some bulbs are desk
All desk are pen
Conclusion:
I.                   some pen are holder   
II.                some desk are bulb
III.             no pen are holder
IV.             some pen are chocolate
(1). Only I conclusion follow        
(2). Only II conclusion follow      
(3). Only III conclusion follow     
(4). Either I or III conclusion follows          
(5). Either I or III and II conclusion follows

Q14. statement:
All Glasses are room
Some rooms are plane
All planes are duck
Some ducks are frog
Conclusion:
I.                   some frogs are plane
II.                some ducks are room
III.             some rooms are glass
IV.             some ducks are glass
(1). Both I and II conclusions follows         
(2). Both III and II conclusion follows      
(3). I, II and III conclusion follows     
(4). All I, II, III and IV conclusion follows          
(5). None of these

Q15. statement:
Some chairs are home
Some homes are jug
All jugs are glass
All glasses are pitcher
Conclusion:  
I.                   some pitchers are home
II.                some pitchers are chair
III.             some glasses are chair
IV.             some glasses are home

(1). Both I and II conclusions follows        
(2). Both III and II conclusion follows      
(3). Both I and III conclusion follows     
(4). Both I, and IV conclusion follows          
(5). None of these

Q16. In morning shobhit cover 10 m then he turn to his left and cover 4 m, at this time his shadow in his left. then from which direction he has started his journey?
(1). East     (2). West    (3). South    (4). North  (5). None of these     

Q17. A, B, C, D, E and F are 6 teachers in a school teaching different subjects like Hindi, English, math, science, social science and history 
Answers                                                                                           
1. (4)    2. (3)    3. (1)    4. (2)    5. (2)    6. (4)     7. (2)    8. (4)    9. (1)    10. (4)    11. (3)    12. (1)    13. (5)    14. (2)    15. (4)    16. (1)    17. (3)    18. (2)    19. (5)    20. (4)    21. (1)    22. (3)    23. (5)    24. (4)    25. (2)    26. (5)    27. (4)    28. (2)    29. (1)    30. (2)    31. (1)    32. (2)    33. (5)    34. (4)    35. (3)               

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