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Puzzle – Reasoning Quiz 2019 – 6  Square & Row Based
The following reasoning quiz has 15 questions from Square & Row Based Puzzle Problems with 8 minutes.
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The following set of quiz is created as per the standards of upcoming Bank PO Prelims exam 2019.
Quiz Name: Reasoning Quiz for Bank PO Prelims Exam
Time: 8 Minutes
Difficulty Level: Moderate
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsEight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H in a school sports competition participated in a game in which they were sitting around a circular ring. The Seats of the ring are not directed towards the centre. All eight students are in four groups I, II, III, and IV, i.e. two students in each group, but not necessarily in the same order. These students are from different sport houses, viz Maharishi, Vyas, Arya Bhatt, Vashistha, Shankar Acharya, Balmiki, Dhruv and Dayanand. Â No two students of the same group are sitting adjacent to each other except those of group III. Students from group IV are sitting opposite each other. Â D is neither in Dayanand nor in Arya Bhatt house. Â The student from Dhruv house is sitting on the immediate right of the student from Dayanand house. Â C, who is in the Vashistha house, is in group I. She is sitting on the immediate right of F, who is in group III. Â F is not in Arya Bhatt house and she has also participated in other sports. Â B from Vyas house is neither in group IV nor in group I or II. Â B is sitting opposite E. Only Balmiki participant A is sitting between Dhruv participant E and the Shankar Acharya participant. Â Both the students of group II are sitting adjacent to students of group IV.
Question:Â Who is in Maharishi House?
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Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsEight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H in a school sports competition participated in a game in which they were sitting around a circular ring. The Seats of the ring are not directed towards the centre. All eight students are in four groups I, II, III, and IV, i.e. two students in each group, but not necessarily in the same order. These students are from different sport houses, viz Maharishi, Vyas, Arya Bhatt, Vashistha, Shankar Acharya, Balmiki, Dhruv and Dayanand. Â No two students of the same group are sitting adjacent to each other except those of group III. Students from group IV are sitting opposite each other. Â D is neither in Dayanand nor in Arya Bhatt house. Â The student from Dhruv house is sitting on the immediate right of the student from Dayanand house. Â C, who is in the Vashistha house, is in group I. She is sitting on the immediate right of F, who is in group III. Â F is not in Arya Bhatt house and she has also participated in other sports. Â B from Vyas house is neither in group IV nor in group I or II. Â B is sitting opposite E. Only Balmiki participant A is sitting between Dhruv participant E and the Shankar Acharya participant. Â Both the students of group II are sitting adjacent to students of group IV.
Question: â€˜Hâ€™ is in which house?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsEight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H in a school sports competition participated in a game in which they were sitting around a circular ring. The Seats of the ring are not directed towards the centre. All eight students are in four groups I, II, III, and IV, i.e. two students in each group, but not necessarily in the same order. These students are from different sport houses, viz Maharishi, Vyas, Arya Bhatt, Vashistha, Shankar Acharya, Balmiki, Dhruv and Dayanand. Â No two students of the same group are sitting adjacent to each other except those of group III. Students from group IV are sitting opposite each other. Â D is neither in Dayanand nor in Arya Bhatt house. Â The student from Dhruv house is sitting on the immediate right of the student from Dayanand house. Â C, who is in the Vashistha house, is in group I. She is sitting on the immediate right of F, who is in group III. Â F is not in Arya Bhatt house and she has also participated in other sports. Â B from Vyas house is neither in group IV nor in group I or II. Â B is sitting opposite E. Only Balmiki participant A is sitting between Dhruv participant E and the Shankar Acharya participant. Â Both the students of group II are sitting adjacent to students of group IV.
Question:Â Who among the following students are in group IV?
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsEight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H in a school sports competition participated in a game in which they were sitting around a circular ring. The Seats of the ring are not directed towards the centre. All eight students are in four groups I, II, III, and IV, i.e. two students in each group, but not necessarily in the same order. These students are from different sport houses, viz Maharishi, Vyas, Arya Bhatt, Vashistha, Shankar Acharya, Balmiki, Dhruv and Dayanand. Â No two students of the same group are sitting adjacent to each other except those of group III. Students from group IV are sitting opposite each other. Â D is neither in Dayanand nor in Arya Bhatt house. Â The student from Dhruv house is sitting on the immediate right of the student from Dayanand house. Â C, who is in the Vashistha house, is in group I. She is sitting on the immediate right of F, who is in group III. Â F is not in Arya Bhatt house and she has also participated in other sports. Â B from Vyas house is neither in group IV nor in group I or II. Â B is sitting opposite E. Only Balmiki participant A is sitting between Dhruv participant E and the Shankar Acharya participant. Â Both the students of group II are sitting adjacent to students of group IV.
Question:Â The student from which house is sitting opposite the Vashistha house participant?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsEight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H in a school sports competition participated in a game in which they were sitting around a circular ring. The Seats of the ring are not directed towards the centre. All eight students are in four groups I, II, III, and IV, i.e. two students in each group, but not necessarily in the same order. These students are from different sport houses, viz Maharishi, Vyas, Arya Bhatt, Vashistha, Shankar Acharya, Balmiki, Dhruv and Dayanand. Â No two students of the same group are sitting adjacent to each other except those of group III. Students from group IV are sitting opposite each other. Â D is neither in Dayanand nor in Arya Bhatt house. Â The student from Dhruv house is sitting on the immediate right of the student from Dayanand house. Â C, who is in the Vashistha house, is in group I. She is sitting on the immediate right of F, who is in group III. Â F is not in Arya Bhatt house and she has also participated in other sports. Â B from Vyas house is neither in group IV nor in group I or II. Â B is sitting opposite E. Only Balmiki participant A is sitting between Dhruv participant E and the Shankar Acharya participant. Â Both the students of group II are sitting adjacent to students of group IV.
Question:Â Which of the following statements is true?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsTwelve friends are sitting in two squares. One square is inside another. P, Q, R, S, T and V are in the outer square facing inward. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are exactly two persons sitting between P and T. E sits second to the left of A. R is on the immediate left of the one who is facing A. Neither E nor A faces either T or P. S is facing F and Q is not opposite R in the outer square. T is not sitting adjacent to S. B is not facing P. Between B and D there are as many persons as between R and V.
Question:Â Who is sitting opposite B?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsTwelve friends are sitting in two squares. One square is inside another. P, Q, R, S, T and V are in the outer square facing inward. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are exactly two persons sitting between P and T. E sits second to the left of A. R is on the immediate left of the one who is facing A. Neither E nor A faces either T or P. S is facing F and Q is not opposite R in the outer square. T is not sitting adjacent to S. B is not facing P. Between B and D there are as many persons as between R and V.
Question:Â V is facing which of the following persons?
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsTwelve friends are sitting in two squares. One square is inside another. P, Q, R, S, T and V are in the outer square facing inward. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are exactly two persons sitting between P and T. E sits second to the left of A. R is on the immediate left of the one who is facing A. Neither E nor A faces either T or P. S is facing F and Q is not opposite R in the outer square. T is not sitting adjacent to S. B is not facing P. Between B and D there are as many persons as between R and V.
Question:Â Who is sitting on the immediate left of R?
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Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsTwelve friends are sitting in two squares. One square is inside another. P, Q, R, S, T and V are in the outer square facing inward. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are exactly two persons sitting between P and T. E sits second to the left of A. R is on the immediate left of the one who is facing A. Neither E nor A faces either T or P. S is facing F and Q is not opposite R in the outer square. T is not sitting adjacent to S. B is not facing P. Between B and D there are as many persons as between R and V.
Question:Â For of the five are alike in a certain manner. Select the one which is not similar to the other four.
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsTwelve friends are sitting in two squares. One square is inside another. P, Q, R, S, T and V are in the outer square facing inward. A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in the inner square facing outward. They all are sitting in such a way that in each square four persons are sitting in the middle of the sides and two persons are sitting on diagonally opposite corners. Each friend in the inner square is facing another friend of the outer square. There are exactly two persons sitting between P and T. E sits second to the left of A. R is on the immediate left of the one who is facing A. Neither E nor A faces either T or P. S is facing F and Q is not opposite R in the outer square. T is not sitting adjacent to S. B is not facing P. Between B and D there are as many persons as between R and V.
Question:Â Who is sitting second to the left of D?
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