Online Sample Paper for IBPS Bank PO/MT, SO, RRB, Clerical Exams Set 69

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. 69 in this series.

Last Reviewed and Updated on August 18, 2019
Posted by Parveen(Hoven),
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Question 1

456, 546, 654, 654, 789, (?), 987.

 A

879.

 B

789.

 C

978.

 D

897.

Soln.
Ans: A

The three digits are being shuffled. 456 -> 546 -> 654, then 789 -> 879 -> 987

Question ID: 16-03-11-08-34-58-049.
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Question 2

What is missing?

 A

99.

 B

72.

 C

62.

 D

92.

Soln.
Ans: A

21 + 31 = 52, 39 + 46 = 85, ∴ 16 + 83 = 99.

Question ID: 16-03-11-08-34-58-008.
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Question 3

Sunita is 14 weeks and 11 days older than me, whereas Kirat is 17 weeks and 14 days older than Sunita. If Kirat was born on a Wednesday, on which day of the week was I born?

 A

Tuesday.

 B

Thursday.

 C

Sunday.

 D

Friday.

Soln.
Ans: C

Kirat is 14 + 17 = 31 weeks and 11 + 14 = 25 days older than me. Weeks are in multiples of 7 days. So we can ignore them. We can deal with the 25 days alone. Since 25 = 3 X 7 + 4, the excess days are 4. So we can count the day to Wednesday + 4 = Sunday.

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Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-003.
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Question 4

Sunita is ranked 18th from the top and 18th from the bottom among the students who passed the annual examination. If the total number of failed students is 8, how many students appeared in the exam?

 A

41

 B

50

 C

43

 D

37

Soln.
Ans: C

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 passed is = 18 + 18 - 1 = 35. Those appeared = failed + passed = 35 + 8 = 43.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-318.
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Question 5

"of all pacific also the is deepest largest" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

  1. the is deepest largest of all pacific also
  2. is the largest deepest all of also pacific
  3. all of also pacific is the largest deepest
  4. of all pacific also the is deepest largest
  5. the is deepest largest of all pacific also
  6. is the largest deepest all of also pacific

If an input is: final straw problem the series in a is, then what is step 4, if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

 A

in series is a straw final the problem

 B

series in a is final straw problem the

 C

straw final the problem in series is a

 D

final straw problem the series in a is

Soln.
Ans: D

The first four and last four elements are interchanged. In the second step, adjacent ones are interchanged. This sequence is repeated.

  1. 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4
  2. 6 5 8 7 2 1 4 3
  3. 2 1 4 3 6 5 8 7
  4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  5. 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4
  6. 6 5 8 7 2 1 4 3

These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with final straw problem the series in a is:

  • series in a is final straw problem the
  • in series is a straw final the problem
  • straw final the problem in series is a
  • final straw problem the series in a is
  • series in a is final straw problem the
  • in series is a straw final the problem
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-31-33-055.
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Question 6

Study the following series and find the odd man out from the choices below.

F + H 8 D N 6 O M L U @ K Q C 3 P I 2 %

 A

L K 3

 B

6 M 3

 C

@ C I

 D

M @ C

Soln.
Ans: B

There is a gap of 2 in similar items, except the odd one.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-308.
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Question 7

A disease always has.

 A

Cause.

 B

Cure.

 C

Germs.

 D

Doctor.

Soln.
Ans: A

All disease have a cause, but may or may not have a cure. Germs may not always be associated with disease such as psycho disorders.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-042.
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Question 8

Carefully scan the following series of digits from 1-9, and determine how many 9 are there that are completely divisible by the number on their left but not divisible by the number that is second to their left?

2 9 8 9 9 9 3 4 1 1 4 1 9 6 8 5 9 7 2

 A

1

 B

2

 C

4

 D

3

Soln.
Ans: B

At these locations: 8-9-9 ;4-1-9 ;

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-688.
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Question 9

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

These are the answer Images.

 A

1

 B

4

 C

2

 D

3

Soln.
Ans: C
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-097.
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Question 10

Odometer :: Distance as Ohmmeter :: ?

 A

Electrical resistance.

 B

Air flow.

 C

Fiber optics.

 D

Gas flow.

Soln.
Ans: A

Instruments and what they measure.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-005.
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Question 11

A car always has.

 A

Steering Wheel.

 B

Driver.

 C

Bumper.

 D

Bonnet.

Soln.
Ans: A

A car can be battery operated or fuel operated. But it will always have a steering wheel.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-055.
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Question 12

If Comets : Meteors, then?

 A

Sun : Sign.

 B

Stars : Fortune.

 C

Monkey : Chimpanzee.

 D

Books : Knowledge.

Soln.
Ans: C

Comets and Meteors are both of a similar kind. Both are astronomical objects. Similarly, monkey and chimpanzee are of similar kind, both are animals of the forest.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-204.
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Question 13

An application was received by inward clerk in the afternoon of a week day. Next day he forwarded it to the table of the senior clerk, who was on leave that day. The senior clerk put up the application to the desk officer next day in the evening. The desk officer studied the application and disposed off the matter on the application and disposed off the matter on the same day which was Friday. Which day was the application received by the inward clerk?

 A

Monday.

 B

Tuesday.

 C

Previous Week's Saturday.

 D

Wednesday.

Soln.
Ans: D

The desk officer received the application on Friday clearly the application was forwarded to the table of the senior clerk on Thursday. Therefore the application was received by the inward clerk on Wednesday.

Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-079.
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Question 14

If Thursday was the day after the day before yesterday five days ago, what is least number of days ago when Sunday was three days before the day after tomorrow?

 A

Two.

 B

Three.

 C

Four.

 D

Five.

Soln.
Ans: A

Day after the day before yesterday is yesterday. Now five days ago, yesterday was Thursday. So, five days ago, it was Friday. ∴ Today is Wednesday. Now, three days before the day after tomorrow is yesterday. Now, it is on Monday that we say 'Yesterday was Sunday'.

Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-099.
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Question 15

How many pairs of letters are there in the word GHOSTWRITERS which have as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?

 A

8

 B

1

 C

2

 D

6

Soln.
Ans: A
  1. GHostwriters
  2. ghoSTwriters
  3. ghosTwRiters
  4. ghostWriTers
  5. ghostWriteRs
  6. ghostwRiTers
  7. ghostwriTeRs
  8. ghostwriteRS
Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-1220.
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Question 16

Statements:

70% Students studying in government schools could not pass the 12th class exam.

Courses of Action:
  1. The government should appoint more teachers in government schools.
  2. The government should close most schools and concentrate only on some of them.
  3. Teachers should be made accountable.
 A

Both I and II follow.

 B

Only I follows.

 C

Only II follows.

 D

Only III follows.

Soln.
Ans: D
Question ID: 16-02-10-11-22-17-038.
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Question 17

Fat people live ____.

 A

Long.

 B

happily.

 C

healthy.

 D

Little.

Soln.
Ans: D
Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-022.
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Question 18

"this paragraph starts each sentence and clause with a personal pronoun" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

  1. paragraph this starts each sentence and clause with a personal pronoun
  2. paragraph sentence starts each this and clause with a personal pronoun
  3. paragraph sentence personal each this and clause with a starts pronoun
  4. paragraph sentence personal pronoun this and clause with a starts each
  5. paragraph sentence personal pronoun clause and this with a starts each
  6. paragraph sentence personal pronoun clause starts this with a and each
  7. paragraph sentence personal pronoun clause starts this with each and a

If an input is: animals in zoos are forced to live in artificial stressful conditions, then how many steps are required if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

 A

9

 B

8

 C

6

 D

7

Soln.
Ans: B

In each step, the longest words are being moved to the left. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with artificial in zoos are forced to live in animals stressful conditions:

  1. artificial in zoos are forced to live in animals stressful conditions
  2. artificial conditions zoos are forced to live in animals stressful in
  3. artificial conditions stressful are forced to live in animals zoos in
  4. artificial conditions stressful animals forced to live in are zoos in
  5. artificial conditions stressful animals forced live to in are zoos in
  6. artificial conditions stressful animals forced live zoos in are to in
  7. artificial conditions stressful animals forced live zoos are in to in
  8. artificial conditions stressful animals forced live zoos are in to in
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-31-33-047.
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Question 19

"83 11 dark 19 visa 75 card rank" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

  1. 75 83 dark 11 visa 19 card rank
  2. 75 83 visa 19 dark card 11 rank
  3. visa 75 83 dark 19 card 11 rank
  4. 19 visa 75 83 card 11 dark rank
  5. card 19 visa 75 11 dark 83 rank
  6. 19 75 card 11 dark visa 83 rank
  7. 11 19 dark 75 card visa 83 rank
  8. visa 11 19 dark 83 card 75 rank

Which of the following steps would read as "38 30 40 inch nazi echo ache 26" if the input is "40 30 ache inch nazi echo 38 26", and the re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

 A

6

 B

4

 C

3

 D

5

Soln.
Ans: C

In each step items at 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 respectively move to 1-4-3-2-6-5-7-8-. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with 40 30 ache inch nazi echo 38 26:

  1. 40 inch ache 30 echo nazi 38 26
  2. nazi 40 inch echo ache 30 38 26
  3. 38 30 40 inch nazi echo ache 26
  4. echo nazi 30 40 38 inch ache 26
  5. echo nazi 38 inch 30 ache 40 26
  6. ache echo nazi inch 38 30 40 26
  7. nazi ache inch 38 40 30 echo 26
  8. nazi 38 inch 30 40 ache echo 26
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-32-25-042.
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Question 20

Statements:Some fruits are books. Some books are pens. All pens are bags. Some bags are trunks.

Conclusions:

  1. Some bags are books.
  2. Some pens are trunks.
  3. Some bags are fruits.
  4. Some trunks are books.
 A

Only III follows.

 B

None follows.

 C

Only II follows.

 D

Only I follows.

Soln.
Ans: D
Question ID: 16-03-03-08-18-41-168.
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Question 21

The value of heavier ornament is more than the value of the lighter ornament. Ornament of Braj is heavier than the ornament of Mohit and of more value than the value of the ornament of Rajat. The value of the ornament of Naseeb is of more than the value of ornament of Braj. The ornament of Naseeb is lighter than the ornament of Yogesh. Ornament of Rajat is costlier than the Ornament of Mohit. Who is the richest?

 A

Rajat.

 B

Braj.

 C

Nasseb.

 D

Yogesh.

Soln.
Ans: D

Facts are:

  1. R and M < B.
  2. B < N.
  3. N < Y.
  4. M < R.

By inspecting the right sides above we can shortlist B, N, Y and R. By examining the left side we can strike off B, R and N out of this list. So we are left with Y for Yogesh as the answer.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-33-47-074.
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Question 22

 A

38.

 B

40.

 C

36.

 D

42.

Soln.
Ans: B

The sequence is as follows : 12(+1), 13 (+2), 15(+3), 18(+4), 22(+5), 27(+6), 33(+7), 40 so on.

Question ID: 16-03-11-08-34-58-077.
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Question 23

Six cubes with their upper faces erased are as shown.

The sum of the numbers on the opposite faces is 7.

If the even numbered dice have odd numbers on their top faces and odd numbered dice have even numbers on their bottom faces, then what would be the sum of the numbers on the top faces of all the dice?

 A
12
 B
14
 C
18
 D
16
Soln.
Ans: D

Since the sum of digits on opposite faces is 7, faces with odd digits would have even digits opposite them. Hence, the digits at the top of all these dice are odd. Let's deduce them. We have been given that the sum of the digits on each of the opposite faces is 7. To find the odd number at the top, we should prove that two out of the three odd numbers 1, 3 and 5 appear on the sides. Then the third will automatically be on the top.

  1. Dice 1: The number opposite 6 is 1, and the number 3 is already visible, so the number at the top is 5.
  2. Dice 2: The number opposite 4 is 3, so the number at its top is 1.
  3. Dice 3: The number opposite 6 is 1, the number opposite 4 is 3, so the number at the top is 5.
  4. Dice 4: By the same logic as above, the number at the top is 1.
  5. Dice 5: By the same logic as above, the number at the top is 3.
  6. Dice 6: By the same logic as above, the number at the top is 1.

The sum is 5 + 1 + 5 + 1 + 3 + 1 = 16.

Question ID: 16-02-09-10-50-09-048.
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Question 24

"hair lady 85 52 urea 00 25 pack" is re-arranged according to a particular rule, in the steps mentioned below.

  1. urea lady 85 52 hair 00 25 pack
  2. urea lady pack 52 hair 00 25 85
  3. urea pack lady 52 hair 00 25 85
  4. urea pack lady 25 hair 00 52 85
  5. urea pack lady 00 hair 25 52 85
  6. urea pack lady hair 00 25 52 85

If an input is: oath 61 game 76 91 ware 60 walk, then what is step 7, if re-arrangement is done according to the above rule?

 A

ware walk oath game 60 61 76 91

 B

ware walk game 60 61 oath 76 91

 C

ware 61 game 76 91 oath 60 walk

 D

ware walk game 76 61 oath 60 91

Soln.
Ans: A

In each step, English words are moving to the left in the last to first order in which they appear in a dictionary. The numbers are moving to the right in decreasing order. An English word is placed, then a number, and so on. These are the steps for re-arrangement starting with oath 61 game 76 91 ware 60 walk:

  1. ware 61 game 76 91 oath 60 walk
  2. ware 61 game 76 walk oath 60 91
  3. ware walk game 76 61 oath 60 91
  4. ware walk game 60 61 oath 76 91
  5. ware walk oath 60 61 game 76 91
  6. ware walk oath 60 game 61 76 91
  7. ware walk oath game 60 61 76 91
Question ID: 16-02-02-11-31-33-048.
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Question 25

If Renku drives a bike for 20 km in East direction and then turns to his left and then moves 15 km and then he turns to his right and moves 25 km. After this he turns to his right and moves 15 km. Now how far is he from his starting point ?

 A

25 km.

 B

50 km.

 C

45 km.

 D

40 km.

Soln.
Ans: C

Movements of Renku are as follow :

Therefore the distance of Renku from his starting point = 20 + 25 = 45 km.

Question ID: 16-01-11-01-03-28-030.
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Question 26

The question image is embedded and hidden inside which one of the answer images below?

Question Image:

Answer Images:

 A
3
 B
2
 C
1
 D
4
Soln.
Ans: A
Question ID: 16-02-17-09-00-14-042.
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Question 27

In the following series which item is 5th to the left of the 9th item from the right side? The series is:

R H E M 2 T 1 9 X F B V 7 G + J S % L U

 A

G

 B

1

 C

V

 D

7

Soln.
Ans: B

We have to find 9 + 5 = 14th item from the right side which is: 1.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-508.
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Question 28

If 'we are reaching Bombay' means 'zik kip kil kih', 'Bombay is really beautiful' means 'kih kid kim kin', 'Is Mohan reaching there' means 'lik kit kic kid' and 'we really need Mohan' means 'kim kiw kit kip', what is the code for 'Bombay'?
 A
kih
 B
kit
 C
kip
 D
kil
Soln.
Ans: A
In the first and second sentence, common word is 'Bombay' and the common code is 'kih'.
Question ID: 16-02-22-07-53-39-048.
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Question 29

If 'wab wah wad wak' means 'Poachers killed some tigers', 'wav wag waj wah' means 'Tigers are brave creatures', wak wat wam wav' means 'some watchman were brave' and ' wam waj wan wab' means 'watchman are searching poachers'. Then what does 'wak wab' mean?
 A
brave creatures
 B
some watchman
 C
some poachers
 D
brave tigers
Soln.
Ans: C
In the first and third sentence common word is 'wak', and common code is 'some'. Therefore 'wak' stands for 'some' . In the first and fourth sentence, common word is 'wab' and common code is 'poachers'.
Question ID: 16-02-22-07-53-39-149.
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Question 30

How many blocks touch block J?

 A

4.

 B

3.

 C

5.

 D

2.

Soln.
Ans: A

There are 6 blocks including J. All except one out of the other five touch J.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-35-27-053.
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