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New Pattern CodingDecoding – Reasoning Quiz 2019 – 10
The following reasoning quiz has 9 questions from New Pattern CodingDecoding Problems with 8 minutes.
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Quiz Name: Coding Decoding New Pattern for Bank PO Mains
Time: 8 Minutes
Level: Hard
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Question 1 of 9
1. Question
Polish Winter Exampundit Alphabet Tolerable Â %e3 #e4 $i5 â‚¹l7 *s3
Middle Special Linguistic Character Irritate Â =t4 ?i5 @a5 &l3 !e7
Baking Derived Negative Exacerbate Offensive Â Ï€v4 Â©e5 +v7 Â£n3 $t5
Question: What’s the code for ‘specialâ€™?
Correct
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.
Incorrect
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.

Question 2 of 9
2. Question
Polish Winter Exampundit Alphabet Tolerable Â %e3 #e4 $i5 â‚¹l7 *s3
Middle Special Linguistic Character Irritate Â =t4 ?i5 @a5 &l3 !e7
Baking Derived Negative Exacerbate Offensive Â Ï€v4 Â©e5 +v7 Â£n3 $t5
Question: What stands for â€˜Â©e5â€™?
Correct
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.
Incorrect
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.

Question 3 of 9
3. Question
Polish Winter Exampundit Alphabet Tolerable Â %e3 #e4 $i5 â‚¹l7 *s3
Middle Special Linguistic Character Irritate Â =t4 ?i5 @a5 &l3 !e7
Baking Derived Negative Exacerbate Offensive Â Ï€v4 Â©e5 +v7 Â£n3 $t5
Question: What’s the code for ‘alphabetâ€™?
Correct
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.
Incorrect
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.

Question 4 of 9
4. Question
Polish Winter Exampundit Alphabet Tolerable Â %e3 #e4 $i5 â‚¹l7 *s3
Middle Special Linguistic Character Irritate Â =t4 ?i5 @a5 &l3 !e7
Baking Derived Negative Exacerbate Offensive Â Ï€v4 Â©e5 +v7 Â£n3 $t5
Question: What stands for ‘Ï€v4â€™?
Correct
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.
Incorrect
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.

Question 5 of 9
5. Question
Polish Winter Exampundit Alphabet Tolerable Â %e3 #e4 $i5 â‚¹l7 *s3
Middle Special Linguistic Character Irritate Â =t4 ?i5 @a5 &l3 !e7
Baking Derived Negative Exacerbate Offensive Â Ï€v4 Â©e5 +v7 Â£n3 $t5
Question: What is the code for ‘frightenedâ€™?
Correct
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.
Incorrect
Solution:
1st digit: different symbols for different letter(first) of the word.
P *
W %
E $
A #
T â‚¹
M &
S @
L ?
C !
I =
B Â£
D Â©
N Ï€
O +
2nd digit: second last letter of the word.
3rd digit: If the total number of letters in a word is even then divide it with 2 and if it is odd then subtract 2.

Question 6 of 9
6. Question
Affair Board Coco Test Cup Â Â @6u @7a *9a @8c @8t
Google Close Soda Way Pass Â @6a @9g *7o @8p @8s
Lake Sum Block Studio Milk Â *9s @8m @6u *7o @8l
Question: What’s the code for ‘savageâ€™?
Correct
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).
Answer is @9s
Incorrect
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).
Answer is @9s

Question 7 of 9
7. Question
Affair Board Coco Test Cup Â Â @6u @7a *9a @8c @8t
Google Close Soda Way Pass Â @6a @9g *7o @8p @8s
Lake Sum Block Studio Milk Â *9s @8m @6u *7o @8l
Question: What is the code for ‘Boardâ€™?
Correct
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).
Incorrect
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).

Question 8 of 9
8. Question
Affair Board Coco Test Cup Â Â @6u @7a *9a @8c @8t
Google Close Soda Way Pass Â @6a @9g *7o @8p @8s
Lake Sum Block Studio Milk Â *9s @8m @6u *7o @8l
Question: What does stand for â€˜*7oâ€™?
Correct
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).
Incorrect
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).

Question 9 of 9
9. Question
Affair Board Coco Test Cup Â Â @6u @7a *9a @8c @8t
Google Close Soda Way Pass Â @6a @9g *7o @8p @8s
Lake Sum Block Studio Milk Â *9s @8m @6u *7o @8l
Question: What is the code for ‘studioâ€™?
Correct
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).
Incorrect
Solution: 1st digit: If the second letter from left is a consonant then use * and if it is vowel then use @.
2nd digit: multiple 2 with the total number of letters in a word, (e.g. set= 3 letters Ã— 2= 6); but if the result is of two digits number then subtract 3 from the result.(e.g. clear= 5 letters Ã— 2 =10 – 3= 7).
3rd digit: if the total number of letters in a word is odd then use the middle letter of the word (e.g. treat= 5 letters, so use ‘Eâ€™)and if it is even then use the first letter of the word(middle= 6 letters, so use ‘Mâ€™).
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