# Online Sample Paper for IBPS Bank PO/MT, SO, RRB, Clerical Exams Set 68

## Free online sample papers on for your practice. Each paper has 30 questions to be answered in 30 minutes. These questions cover the reasoning portion, like Venn Diagrams, Course of Action, etc., It will be useful for those preparing for IBPS Bank PO, Special Officers Exam, Regional Rural Banks Exam, Clerical Exams, etc., This is quiz no. 68 in this series.

Last Reviewed and Updated on February 7, 2020
Posted by Parveen(Hoven),
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## Quiz Questions

Each question has four choices. More than one option can be correct. After you have finished the quiz scroll towards the last question to view your result. I have provided solutions and answers to all the questions.

### Question 1

If Bird : Crow, then.

A

Reptile : Crawl.

B

City : Crowd.

C

Disease : Plague.

D

Tree : Leaf.

Soln.
Ans: C

Crow is a type of bird, and plague is a type of disease.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-226.
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### Question 2

What is missing?

A

44.

B

88.

C

80.

D

55.

Soln.
Ans: B

The numbers in the second figure are those of the first divided by 2. Like 18 = 36/2, 22 = 44/2, 11 = 22/2. They are arranged randomly. Similarly, those in the third figure are those of the first multiplied by 2.

Question ID: 16-03-11-08-34-58-080.
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### Question 3

"81 56 67 59 85 39 64 34" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

1. 34 56 67 59 85 39 64 81
2. 34 56 67 59 81 39 64 85
3. 34 39 67 59 81 56 64 85
4. 34 39 67 59 64 56 81 85
5. 34 39 56 59 64 67 81 85

If an input is: 09 51 91 11 88 43 67 66, then how many steps are required if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

A

7

B

6

C

4

D

5

Soln.
Ans: D

In each step, the smallest numbers are being moved to the left, and in the next step largest to the right side. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with 09 51 91 11 88 43 67 66:

1. 09 51 66 11 88 43 67 91
2. 09 11 66 51 88 43 67 91
3. 09 11 66 51 67 43 88 91
4. 09 11 43 51 67 66 88 91
5. 09 11 43 51 66 67 88 91
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-31-33-015.
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### Question 4

Statement: In order to build more space, extra FSI needs to be bought.

Assumptions: .

1. The person being told does not know the meaning of FSI.
2. More space will reduce the construction cost.
A

Either I or II is implicit.

B

Only II is implicit.

C

Neither I nor II is implicit.

D

Only I is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: C

Both the persons know what is FSI, because the communication is using this abbreviation. So I is.

not implicit. Secondly, we do not know what is FSI or what it's effects on space and construction cost are, so as far as we are concerned, we cannot say that assumption II is correct for sure. So nether I nor II is implicit.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-142.
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### Question 5

In a certain code 'li eb eep' means 'roses are blue', 'kis eeh' means 'red flowers' and 'eep tum eeh' means 'flowers are vegetables'. How is 'roses' written in that code?
A
eb
B
li
C
Cannot be determined
D
eep
Soln.
Ans: C
Code for 'roses' cannot be determined because any one of the code in the words (roses or blue) is not common in any pair of the sentences.
Question ID: 16-02-22-07-53-39-093.
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### Question 6

If Fly : Walk, then?

A

Sit : Sleep.

B

Sky : Earth.

C

Run : Crawl.

D

Roast : Bake.

Soln.
Ans: B

Fly and walk are for movement, similarly, run and crawl are for movement.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-088.
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### Question 7

A beetle crawled Northwards, then turned left and crawled 1 m and again turned left and crawled 2 m. He found himself exactly 1 m West of his starting point. How far did he crawl northwards initially ?

A

2 m.

B

1 m.

C

3 m.

D

4 m.

Soln.
Ans: A

As per the question, H is 1 m West of E, therefore EF = HG = 2m.

Question ID: 16-01-11-01-03-28-003.
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### Question 8

Statements:Some books are teddy's. Some teddy's are tables. All tables are houses. All houses are mountains.

Conclusions:

1. Some mountains are books.
2. Some houses are books.
3. Some mountains are tables.
4. Some houses are teddy's.
A

Only III and IV follows.

B

Only I, II and III follows.

C

Only I and III follows.

D

Only II, III and IV follows.

Soln.
Ans: A
Question ID: 16-03-03-08-18-41-045.
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### Question 9

Directions: Understand the coding pattern and answer the questions.

```Column I Column II
(1) FAMOUS (A) jcqhxb
(2) SATIRE (B) hqdpyo
(3) FRIGHT (C) ypcoke
(4) TANGLE (D) zewhod
(5) ROVING (E) ebpmyw
(6) HUNTER (F) wdopxk
```

What is the code used for the letter U?

A

o.

B

p.

C

d.

D

x.

Soln.
Ans: D

U only is common to FAMOUS and HUNTER. So we can see that their codes contain x in common.

Question ID: 16-02-22-07-53-39-031.
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### Question 10

Which of the following bears the same relation to Theft as is the relation between "Diabetes" and "Sugar"?

A

Bank.

B

Crime.

C

Punishment.

D

Thief.

Soln.
Ans: C

Cause and effect relationship.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-127.
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### Question 11

Position of Ram from the left in a row of students is 8, whereas the position of Rani sitting in the same row is 15th from the right. After interchanging their positions, the position of the Ram becomes 5th from the left. What is the total number of students in the row?

A

26

B

19

C

12

D

18

Soln.
Ans: B

Sum of positions of an item from top(right) and bottom(left) of a list is always equal to the sum of the positions of the first and last items. So total items is = 15 + 5 - 1 = 19.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-071.
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### Question 12

This is a series of digits that has been written by randomly arranging 19 digits. How many consequetive pairs of numbers does it contain?

8 1 4 7 9 4 1 6 8 7 3 2 2 6 3 9 1 7 8

A

0

B

3

C

4

D

5

Soln.
Ans: B

At these locations: 8-7 ;3-2 ;7-8 ;

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### Question 13

If the 7th of a month is 4 days earlier than Tuesday, what day will be on the 23rd of that month.

A

Tuesday.

B

Sunday.

C

Friday.

D

Saturday.

Soln.
Ans: B

4 days earlier than Tuesday will be Friday. So day 7 of that month is Friday. Number of days between 23 and 7 is 16. Since 16 = 2 X 7 + 2, so excess days are 2. So we can count the day to Sunday

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Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-159.
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### Question 14

If the alphabets at the positions 4, 5, 6, 15, 18, 19 and 20 are picked up and a meaningful word is formed out of them, what would be the second letter of that word?

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

F

B

D

C

E

D

O

Soln.
Ans: C

The letters are: D, E, F, O, R, S, T. The word is DEFROST

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### Question 15

Seven boys A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing in a line such that -

1. G is between A and E.
2. F and A have one boy between them.
3. E and C have two boys between them.
4. D is to the immediate right of F.
5. C and B have three boys between them.

C is standing between which pair.

A

F and G.

B

A and D.

C

A and F.

D

D and G.

Soln.
Ans: C

Positions from left to right are: B-E-G-A-C-F-D.

So C is standing between A and F.

Question ID: 16-01-13-09-26-42-106.
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### Question 16

Sameer remembers that birthday of Rohit is after Jul 11 but before Jul 18, but Gurnam remembers that it is between 16 and 20 Jul. What is the correct date, if both of them remember well?

A

18.

B

17.

C

16.

D

15.

Soln.
Ans: B

Probable dates according to Sameer are 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; 17; Probable dates according to Gurnam are 17; 18; 19; The common date is: 17.

Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-128.
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### Question 17

"to enliven paragraphs write sentences of different lengths" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

1. to of paragraphs write sentences enliven different lengths
2. to of write paragraphs sentences enliven different lengths
3. to of write enliven sentences paragraphs different lengths
4. to of write enliven lengths paragraphs different sentences
5. to of write enliven lengths different paragraphs sentences
6. to of write enliven lengths different sentences paragraphs

If step 3 of an input is: can the same overuse writers often word, then what is step 4, if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

A

can the same word writers often overuse

B

can the same word often writers overuse

C

can writers often overuse the same word

D

can the often overuse writers same word

Soln.
Ans: A

In each step, the shortest words are being moved to the left. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with can the same overuse writers often word:

• can the same overuse writers often word
• can the same word writers often overuse
• can the same word often writers overuse
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-32-41-014.
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### Question 18

"38 93 33 rack face quid vice 74" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

1. face 93 33 rack 38 quid vice 74
2. face 93 quid rack 38 33 vice 74
3. face 93 quid 74 38 33 vice rack
4. face 93 quid 74 rack 33 vice 38
5. face 93 quid 74 rack 38 vice 33

If step 2 of an input is: able 98 damn nail 63 71 30 face, then what is step 5, if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

A

able face damn nail 63 71 30 98

B

able 98 damn 71 face 63 nail 30

C

able 98 damn 71 face 63 30 nail

D

able 98 damn nail 63 71 30 face

Soln.
Ans: D

In each step, English words and numbers are alternately being arranged. Strings are in ascending order, and numbers are in descending order. An English word is placed, then a number, and so on. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with 71 face damn nail 63 able 30 98:

1. able face damn nail 63 71 30 98
2. able 98 damn nail 63 71 30 face
3. able 98 damn 71 63 nail 30 face
4. able 98 damn 71 face nail 30 63
5. able 98 damn 71 face 63 30 nail
6. able 98 damn 71 face 63 nail 30
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-32-57-027.
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### Question 19

INDIA is related to JMEHB in the same way as PLATE is to.

A

QKBSF.

B

QMZUD.

C

QKCUF.

D

AMBUF.

Soln.
Ans: A

I----->J(+1), N---->(-1)M, D----->E(+1), I----->H(-1), A----->B(+1)

Similarly, PLATE will be coded as QKBSF.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-140.
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### Question 20

Which will be the mirror image of this image if a mirror is placed at the bottom of the image?

A

3

B

1

C

2

D

4

Soln.
Ans: B
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### Question 21

Which will be the mirror image of this image if a mirror is placed at the bottom of the image?

A

2

B

4

C

3

D

1

Soln.
Ans: B
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-024.
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### Question 22

Statement: Sham wrote to his brother at Bombay to visit the University for collecting the prospectus for post-graduation course in Mathematics.

Assumptions: .

1. The University can issue application forms to a person other than the student who wants admission.
2. Sham's brother may receive the letter well before the last date of collecting application forms.
A

Both I and II are implicit.

B

Neither I nor II is implicit.

C

Only II is implicit.

D

Only I is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: A

Both are implicit.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-129.
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### Question 23

Statement: Come and enjoy the ride on my camel. I will lift you and get seated securely.

Assumptions: .

1. The camel is tall.
2. The ride is not meant for adults.
A

Only II is implicit.

B

I and II are implicit.

C

Only I is implicit.

D

Either I or II is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: B

The ride is not meant for adults because they cannot be lifted to a camel by another adult. Camel is tall, that's why lifting is necessary. So both are implicit.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-085.
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### Question 24

Statement: If parking space is not available in commissioner's office, park your vehicles in the mall and walk to the office.

Assumptions: .

1. The mall is at a walking distance from the commissioner's office.
2. The office does not allow visitors' vehicles in its premises.
A

Neither I nor II is implicit.

B

Either I or II is implicit.

C

Only I is implicit.

D

Only II is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: C

Assumption (I) is implicit, because if there is no parking space, than "park" your vehicles in the mall and walk to the office means that mall is at a walking distance from the office. Office allows all vehicles if space is available.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-055.
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### Question 25

"96 05 each 28 dame kids sage 57" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

1. dame 05 each 28 96 kids sage 57
2. dame 57 each 28 96 kids sage 05
3. dame each 57 28 96 kids sage 05
4. dame each 57 sage 96 kids 28 05
5. dame each kids sage 96 57 28 05

If an input is: 86 68 jail 60 walk balm 35 keys, then how many steps are required if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

A

7

B

8

C

9

D

6

Soln.
Ans: A

In each step, English words are moving to the left in the order in which they appear in a dictionary. The numbers are moving to the right in ascending order. An English word is placed, then a number, and so on. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with 86 68 jail 60 walk balm 35 keys:

1. balm 68 jail 60 walk 86 35 keys
2. balm 68 jail 60 walk 86 keys 35
3. balm jail 68 60 walk 86 keys 35
4. balm jail 68 keys walk 86 60 35
5. balm jail keys 68 walk 86 60 35
6. balm jail keys 86 walk 68 60 35
7. balm jail keys walk 86 68 60 35
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-32-25-033.
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### Question 26

Which will be the mirror image of this image if a mirror is placed at the bottom of the image?

A

2

B

1

C

4

D

3

Soln.
Ans: B
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-242.
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### Question 27

Which will be the mirror image of this image if a mirror is placed at the bottom of the image?

A

3

B

4

C

1

D

2

Soln.
Ans: B
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-135.
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### Question 28

Which will be the mirror image of this image if a mirror is placed at the bottom of the image?

A

1

B

4

C

3

D

2

Soln.
Ans: B
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-060.
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### Question 29

Statement: Two dice were tossed and the total of the numbers on their faces was 11.

Assumptions:

1. Both dice had even numbers on the top.
2. Both dice had odd numbers on the top.
A

Only I is implicit.

B

Neither I nor II is implicit.

C

I and II are implicit.

D

Only II is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: B

Sum of two even numbers is even, so assumption I is not OK. Sum of two odd numbers is even, so assumption II is also not OK. None is implicit.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-001.
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### Question 30

How many blocks touch block U?

A

at least 5.

B

at least 4.

C

at least 2.

D

at least 3.

Soln.
Ans: B
Question ID: 16-02-10-11-35-27-018.
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