# Online Sample Paper for IBPS Bank PO/MT, SO, RRB, Clerical Exams Set 86

## 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. 86 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

How many blocks touch block N?

A

1.

B

4.

C

2.

D

3.

Soln.
Ans: C
Question ID: 16-02-10-11-35-27-002.
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### Question 2

Which one of the following is always with 'Bargain'?

A

Money.

B

Negotiation.

C

Goods.

D

Market Place.

Soln.
Ans: C

Negotiation is the key thing that will always be associated with bargain. Bargain may not involve goods, for example, when you bargain with a rickshaw puller. Similarly, money and market place are not compulsory.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-095.
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### Question 3

Find the meaningful sequence:

(A) Alphabet, (B) Book, (C) Paragraph, (D) Sentence, (E) Word.

A

B,A,D,C,E.

B

A,E,D,C,B.

C

A,B,C,D,E.

D

E,B,C,A,D.

Soln.
Ans: B

Alphabet(A) → Word(E) → Sentence(D) → Paragraph(C) → Book(B)

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-33-47-024.
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### Question 4

How many hours are there between 2::07 A.M. to 7::42 P.M.

A

16::33.

B

19::36.

C

18::34.

D

17::35.

Soln.
Ans: D

Minutes from 2::07 A.M. to 3::00 A.M. are 60 - 7 = 53. Minutes from 3::00 A.M. to 12::00 noon are 60 X 9 = 540 mins. Minutes from 12::00 noon to 7::42 P.M. are 60 x 7 = 420 + 42 = 462 mins. So total minutes are 53 + 540 + 462 = 1055 minutes, which are equal to 60 X 17 + 35 Thus, hours are = 17, and minutes = 35

Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-068.
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### Question 5

If 1st March of an ordinary, non-leap year falls on a Saturday, then what will be the day of week on 1st August of that year?

A

Friday.

B

Saturday.

C

Wednesday.

D

Sunday.

Soln.
Ans: A

Count the days from months between March 1 and August 1 like this: March days = 31;April days = 30;May days = 31;June days = 30;July days = 31; So total days = 153. Since 153 = 21 X 7 + 6, so excess days are 6. So we can count the day to Saturday + 6 = Friday.

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Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-076.
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### Question 6

If AMRITSAR is coded as MAIRSTRA, then CALCUTTA will be coded as -

A

ACCLUTAT.

B

ACLCTUAT.

C

ACCLTUAT.

D

LACTUACT.

Soln.
Ans: C

Positions of the first and second, third and fourth, fifth and sixth, and seventh and eighth letters have been exchanged.

Question ID: 16-02-22-07-53-39-099.
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### Question 7

Statements:All shirts are pants. Some pants are wheels. All wheels are mats. Some mats are cars.

Conclusions:

1. Some mats are pants.
2. Some mats are shirts.
3. Some cars are pants.
4. Some pants are shirts.
A

Only I, III and IV follows.

B

Only II, III and IV follows.

C

Only I and II follows.

D

Only I and IV follows.

Soln.
Ans: D
Question ID: 16-03-03-08-18-41-047.
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### Question 8

If 1st May of an ordinary, non-leap year falls on a Saturday, then what will be the day of week on 1st August of that year?

A

Friday.

B

Sunday.

C

Saturday.

D

Tuesday.

Soln.
Ans: B

Count the days from months between May 1 and August 1 like this: May days = 31;June days = 30;July days = 31; So total days = 92. Since 92 = 13 X 7 + 1, so excess days are 1. So we can count the day to Saturday + 1 = Sunday.

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Question ID: 16-03-09-10-38-14-193.
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### Question 9

Children who win in video games become capable army officers.

A

Always.

B

Sometimes.

C

Never.

D

Often.

Soln.
Ans: C

Merely winning a video game has no established relation with being a good officer. If they ever become good army officers, it is going to be because of something else, but never due to video games.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-090.
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### Question 10

Statements:

Many people have a bad tendency of jumping the level railway crossings, even when the train is visible and gates are locked. This leads to around 26 deaths annually.

Courses of Action:
1. All level crossings should be closed and flyovers should be built.
2. Heavy fines should be imposed on those who cross a locked crossing.
A

Only II follows.

B

Both I and II follow.

C

Only III follow.

D

Only I follows.

Soln.
Ans: A
Question ID: 16-02-10-11-22-17-033.
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### Question 11

if Apple : Red, then Orange :

A

Orange.

B

Sour.

C

Juice.

D

Fruit.

Soln.
Ans: A

Things and their colors.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-116.
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### Question 12

Two matrices are shown in the figure below. Their rows and columns are labelled as (0,1,2,3,4) and (5,6,7,8,9) in the manner shown. Find the correct row-column pairs out of the following matrices that decode to the word - LACK

 0 1 2 3 4 0 L U X T A 1 P L X F Y 2 B A A Q J 3 N O L A A 4 M B L L Z
 5 6 7 8 9 5 G C Y G K 6 O K C Y C 7 M K B C F 8 K C O Y X 9 J K I G B
A

43, 34, 56, 22

B

42, 21, 86, 85

C

32, 22, 69, 42

D

11, 33, 78, 69

Soln.
Ans: B

L occurs at: 00 ;11 ;32 ;42 ;43 ;
A occurs at: 04 ;21 ;22 ;33 ;34 ;
C occurs at: 56 ;67 ;69 ;78 ;86 ;
K occurs at: 59 ;66 ;76 ;85 ;96 ;

Question ID: 16-02-09-02-33-00-143.
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### Question 13

Statements:Some cups are jugs. Some jugs are chairs. All chairs are tables.

Conclusions:

1. Some tables are jugs.
2. Some chairs are cups.
3. No chair is cup.
A

Only II follows.

B

Only III follows.

C

None follows.

D

Only either II or III and I follows.

Soln.
Ans: D
Question ID: 16-03-03-08-18-41-158.
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### Question 14

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
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-118.
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### Question 15

Statement: The number of road accidents has increased all of a sudden for the past two days.

Assumptions: .

1. The drivers have started using a lot of liquor.
2. There is a lot of fog on the roads.
A

Either I or II is implicit.

B

Only I is implicit.

C

Only II is implicit.

D

I and II are implicit.

Soln.
Ans: C

Fog causes the visibility to be reduced. Moreover, it is a seasonal phenomenon, so II is implicit.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-137.
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### Question 16

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

2

D

3

Soln.
Ans: B
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-112.
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### Question 17

Statement: When Ram sat on a chair, the chair broke.

Assumptions: .

1. Ram is very fat.
2. The chair was old and worn out.
A

Only I is implicit.

B

Only II is implicit.

C

I and II are implicit.

D

Either I or II is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: D

One of these two things is possible.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-050.
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### Question 18

If every letter beginning from position 14, counted from left, is replaced by H, how many H will be there in the resulting sequence?

C M E R U X W W D J M J R V Z H J O F G Q C I O I

A

5

B

6

C

12

D

1

Soln.
Ans: C

The series becomes:

C M E R U X W W D J M J R H H H H H H H H H H H H

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-424.
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### Question 19

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

9 \$ Y X 8 N 6 O L B U J Z T @ 1 Q F D %

A

L Z

B

X O

C

8 L

D

X 6

Soln.
Ans: D

There is a gap of 3 in similar items, except the odd one.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-055.
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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

2

C

1

D

4

Soln.
Ans: C
Question ID: 16-02-09-12-31-23-105.
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### Question 21

If in a code language MADRAS is coded as TBSEBN, then NEW DELHI will be coded as-

A

JIMFEXFO.

B

JIMFEXEP.

C

JIMFFUFO.

D

JNKFEXFO.

Soln.
Ans: A

Last letter of the coded word is the next letter of the first letter of the basic word, second last letter is the next letter of the second one and so on in the alphabetical order.

Question ID: 16-02-22-07-53-39-105.
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### Question 22

Statements:Some watch are LCD. No LCD is a laptop. Some fridges are watch. Some watch are laptops.

Conclusions:

1. Some fridges are laptops.
2. No LCD is a fridge.
3. Laptops are either fridges or watch.
4. No laptop is a fridge.
A

Only IV follows.

B

Only II follows.

C

Only either I or IV follows.

D

Only III follows.

Soln.
Ans: C

I and IV are mutually exclusive, i.e., one of them has to be true.

Question ID: 16-03-03-08-18-41-111.
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### Question 23

Stars are visible on a no moon night.

A

Sometimes.

B

Always.

C

Often.

D

Never.

Soln.
Ans: A

Won't be visible if the night is cloudy.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-002.
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### Question 24

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

A

4

B

5

C

3

D

7

Soln.
Ans: C
1. GrandfAthers
2. granDfatHers
3. grandfatheRS
Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-1239.
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### Question 25

An aero plane has -

A

Air hostess.

B

Wings.

C

Pilot.

D

Crew.

Soln.
Ans: B

An aero plane cannot be an aero plane unless it has wings.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-17-01-041.
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### Question 26

If every letter beginning from position 7, counted from left, is replaced by its successor in the English alphabet, and any Z after this position is replaced by A, then, how many P will be there in the resulting sequence?

S C E J Y L P L W D E Q Z P K Z D M C Q Q E J T V

A

3

B

6

C

5

D

0

Soln.
Ans: D

The series becomes:

S C E J Y L Q M X E F R A Q L A E N D R R F K U W

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-1250.
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### Question 27

If Water : swim, then?

A

Graze : Grass.

B

Plan : Implement.

C

Knot : Tie.

D

Ground : Play.

Soln.
Ans: D

'Water' is the medium to 'Swim'. In the same way 'Ground' is the place to 'Play'.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-48-54-299.
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### Question 28

Statements:Some bottles are flowers. All flowers are windows. Some windows are tablets. All tablets are books.

Conclusions:

1. Some windows are bottles.
2. Some books are flowers.
3. Some tablets are bottles.
A

None follows.

B

Only II follows.

C

Only I follows.

D

Only III follows.

Soln.
Ans: C
Question ID: 16-03-03-08-18-41-150.
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### Question 29

Statement: "The bank has announced 0% housing loans" - someone was overheard saying in the market.

Assumptions:

1. He is spreading a rumour.
2. The bank has announced housing loans at 0% but with tricky terms and conditions.
A

Only I is implicit.

B

I and II are implicit.

C

Only II is implicit.

D

Either I or II is implicit.

Soln.
Ans: D

One of these is implicit, not both.

Question ID: 16-02-08-10-13-19-068.
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### Question 30

Rank of a student in his class from the top is 12. If the total number of students in the class is 26, what is his position from the bottom of the class?

A

22

B

9

C

8

D

15

Soln.
Ans: D

Sum of positions of an item from top and bottom of a list is always equal to the sum of the positions of the first and last items. So position from bottom is = 26 - 12 + 1 = 15.

Question ID: 16-02-10-11-59-51-392.
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