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IBPS / SBI Clerks Examinations Special Bits

1. Kamesh walked 60 metres towards South, took a left turn and walked 25 metres. He then took a right turn and walked 40 metres. He again took a right turn and walked 25 metres. How far is he from the starting point?
1) 95 metres
2) 100 metres
3) 70 metres
4) Cannot be determined
5) None of these


2. What should come next in the following letter series based on English alphabet?
BEC HKI NQO ?
1) STW
2) WUS
3) SWU
4) TWU
5) None of these

3. The positions of how many digits in the number 48951326 will remain unchanged after the digits are rearranged in descending order within the number?
1) None
2) One
3) Four
4) Three
5) Five

4. What should come next in the following letter series?
O P Q R S T A B C D E F O P Q R
S A B C D E O P Q R A B C D O P
1) Q
2) T
3) A
4) B
5) None of these

Directions (Q. No. 05-09): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

P, Q, R, S, T, V and W are seven students of a college. Each of them has a favourite subject from Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology, History, Geography and Philosophy, not necessarily in the same order. Each of them also has a favourite sport from Football, Cricket, Hockey, Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis, and Basketball, not necessarily in the same order. R likes Philosophy and his favourite sport is Hockey. The one who likes Football likes English. T’s favourite sport is not Badminton or Table Tennis, V does not like either History or Biology. The one whose favourite sport is Basketball does not like physics. W likes chemistry and his favourite sport is Volleyball. S likes Geography. Q’s favourite sport is Badminton. V does not like English and his favourite sport is not Basketball. P’s favourite sport is Cricket. The one whose favourite sport is Badminton does not like biology.

5. Which subject does P like?
1) History
2) Biology
3) Chemistry
4) Data inadequate
5) None of these

6. Who likes History?
1) P
2) R
3) Q
4) V
5) Data inadequate

7. What is Q’s favourite sport?
1) Cricket
2) Table Tennis
3) Football
4) Badminton
5) None of these

8. Whose favourite sport is Basket-ball?
1) S
2) W
3) Q
4) Data Inadequate
5) None of these

9. Which subject does T like?
1) Biology
2) Physics
3) Chemistry
4) Data inadequate
5) None of these

Directions (Q. No. 10-14): In each question below are given some statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

10. Statements:
Some pads are papers
No paper is sheet
All sheets are ways
Conclusions:
I : No pad is sheet
II : Some ways are sheets
III : Some papers are pads
IV : Some pads are sheets
1) I and II only
2) II, III and IV only
3) Only either I or IV and III
4) I, II and III only
5) Either I or IV and II and III follow

11. Statements:
Some desks are tables
All tables are benches
Some benches are not desks
Conclusions:
I : Some benches are desks
II : All desks are benches
III : All tables are desks
IV : All benches are desks
1) None follows
2) Only I follows
3) Only I and II follow
4) Only II and III follow
5) All follow

12. Statements:
All tigers are ducks
No duck is a zebra
All zebras are fruits
Conclusions:
I : No tiger is a zebra
II : Some fruits are zebras
III : Some ducks are tigers
IV : Some tigers are zebras
1) All follow
2) Only either I or II and both III and IV follow
3) Only either I or IV and both II and III follow
4) Only either I or IV and II follow
5) Only I, II and III follow

13. Statements:
Some bangles are bottles
No bottle is paint
Some bottles are locket
Conclusions:
I : No any locket is paint
II : No any bangles is locket
III : Some bottles are paints
IV : All lockets are bottles
1) Only I and III follow
2) Only I and II follow
3) Only III and IV follow
4) Either II or III follows
5) None follows

14. Statements:
All keys are flowers
Some keys are fruits
Some flowers are clips
Conclusions:
I : Some flowers are fruits
II : Some clips are fruits
III : Some clips are keys
IV : No any flower is fruit
1) Only I follows
2) Only I and IV follow
3) Only II and IV follow
4) Only I and III follow
5) None of these

Directions (Q. No. 15- 19): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. 
A group of seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F and G, work as Economist, Agriculture Officer, IT Officer, Terminal Operator, Clerk, Forex Officer and Research Analyst, for Banks, L, M, N,
P, Q, R and S, but not necessarily in the same order. C works for Bank N and is neither a Research Analyst nor a Clerk. E is an IT Officer and works for Bank R. A works as Forex Officer and does not work for Bank L or Q. The one who is an Agriculture Officer works for Bank M. The one who works for Bank L works as a Terminal Operator. F works for Bank Q. G works for Bank P as a Research
Analyst. D is not an Agriculture Officer.

15. Who amongst the following works as an Agriculture Officer?
1) C
2) B
3) F
4) D
5) None of these

16. What is the profession of C?
1) Terminal Operator
2) Agriculture Officer
3) Economist
4) Cannot be determined
5) None of these

17. For which Bank does B work?
1) M
2) S
3) L
4) Either M or S
5) None of these

18. What is the profession of the person who works for Bank S?
1) Clerk
2) Agriculture Officer
3) Terminal Operator
4) Forex Officer
5) None of these

19. Which of the following combinations of person, profession and the bank is correct?
1) A – Forex Officer – M
2) D – Clerk – L
3) F – Agriculture Officer – Q
4) B – Agriculture Officer – S
5) None of these


Directions (Q. No.20- 24): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer:
1) if only conclusion I is true
2) if only conclusion II is true
3) if either conclusion I or II is true
4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true
5) if both conclusions I and II are true

20. Statements: C < A, C ≥ D, P = A, P ≤ L
Conclusions: I. A > D II. L > C

21. Statements: B > C, M ≤ T ≤ Q, C < M
Conclusions: I. Q > B II. C > T

22. Statements: E ≥ D > L, D = N < A, E < B
Conclusions: I. B = A II. N ≤ E

23. Statements: A > Y = X, X ≥ Q, C ≤ Q
Conclusions:: I. Y = C II. Y > C

24. Statements: S ≥ O > L, O = N < A, S < T
Conclusions: I. T > A II. T ≤ A

Directions (Q. No. 25-29): Study carefully the following arrangement of letters, digits and symbols to answer these questions.
A Z 4 = S £ δ E G M ¤ 7 $ J F 9 KL β @ W Q 1 3 # C D ©

25. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the positions of the elements in the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?
1) 4ZCD
2) £S13
3) AS©3
4) £E1W
5) =#4C

26. How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement each of which is either immediately followed by a number or immediately preceded by a letter, but not both?
1) Nil
2) 1
3) 2
4) 3
5) None of these

27. ‘4ZS’ is to ‘EG£’ in the same way as ‘FJK’ is to
1) @WL
2) WQ β
3) @3Q
4) @WK
5) None of these

28. How many such letters are there each of which is either immediately followed by a number or immediately preceded by a symbol, but not both?
1) 4
2) 5
3) 6
4) 7
5) None of these

29. How many such numbers are there each of which is either immediately followed by a symbol or immediately preceded by a letter, but not both?
1) 2
2) 4
3) 3
4) 5
5) None of these

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