Reasoning Quiz for SBI PO Mains 2016 – Set 2


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Direction (Q. 1 – 4)
: Each of the question below consist of a question and two statements numbered
I
and II given below it. You have to
decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to
answer the questions. Read both the
statements and give answer-
1. If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer
the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer
the question.
2. If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to
answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to
answer the question.
3. If the data either in statement I alone or statement II
alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4. If the data in statement I and II together are not
sufficient to answer the question.
5. If the data in both statements I and II together are
necessary to answer the question.
1. Who is to the right of Q in a row of 5 students facing
North – P, Q, R, S and T ?
I. Q is not at
the extreme end and neither R nor S is his neighbour.
II. T is to the
left of Q.
2. How many students passing with 1st class in a class of 48
students ?
I. The number of
who passing with 2nd class is double than that of the no. of students, who
passing with 1st class and the remaining students failed.
II. Number of
students failed was thrice of those who passing with 1st class.
3. How many students are there in a row ?
I. Sheetal is
12th from left and 3rd to the left of Rani.
II. Rani is 19th
from right end of the row.
4. In which direction Ayush is standing from Rimmy ?
I. Rimmy is
standing to the west of Payal, who is to the south of Ayush.
II. Rimmy is to
the south of Anjali, who is to the west of Ayush.
Directions (Q. 5-6):Study
the following information and answer the following questions:
According to a recent survey
conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
(ASSOCHAM), the biggest hurdle faced by parents who are applying to primary
schools is donation, which ranges from ` 3 lac to ` 8 lac. The average budget
of the parent has also increased from ` 1 lac in 2010 to ` 3 lac in 2013
(excluding the donation) on items and activities integral to the school
curriculum, such as fees, transport, books, uniforms, stationery, building
fund, educational trips, tuitions and extracurricular activities, not to
mention the fat amount spent on prospectuses. The survey showed that parents
invest an average of 75% of their income in their children’s education. The
survey reveals that parents complain about the demand for ‘money without
receipt’ by almost all private schools in Delhi and NCR.
A. Government education department go blindfolded even
though these cases are brought under their notice.
B. Admissions into entry-level classes of private-unaided
schools has been inordinately stressful.
C. If this situation goes unchecked only upper class people
can avail education for their kids.
D. Every citizen in India has right for education and
forcing parents to give donation to secure a seat is a gross violation of human
rights.
E. Government should form an Early Childhood Commission like
other countries. F. Pre-school education should be covered under RTE.
5. Which of the following among A, B, C, D, E and F may be
an effective course of action to
control capitation fees ?
1) Only A
2) Both A and C
3) Only D
4) Both E and F
5) Only A,C and E
6. Which of the following among A, B, C, D, E and F may be a
consequence of the given
information?
1) Only B
2) Both A and C
3) Only C
4) Both E and F
5) Only B,C and F
Directions (Q. 7-8):
Study the following information and answer the following questions:
There’s no denying the manner of
arrest of India’s Deputy Consul General in New York has been downright
humiliating. Reportedly, Devyani – accused of lying on a visa application for
her maid – was handcuffed, strip-searched, subjected to a DNA swab and treated
like a common criminal before being released on bail. Such harsh treatment is
in clear violation of the courtesies extended to a consular official.
A. Indian Government must mount a calibrated and
proportionate response, designed to convey its outrage
B. The US should apologise for the treatment meted out to an
Indian consular official.
C. A strong issue-based response should suffice in
expressing Indian government displeasure.
D. All import export relations with US should be stop.
E. All US diplomats should be treated same way.
F. The US authorities are doing their jobs.
7. Which of the following among A, B, C, D and E may be an immediate course of action for Indian
government ?
1) Only A
2) Both A and E
3) Only D
4) Both D and E
5) Both A and C
8. Which of the following among A, B, C, D, E and F may be
an immediate course of action for US
government ?
1) Only A  
2) Only B
3) Only D
4) Both C and F
5) Both A and C
Directions (Q. 9-10):
Study the following information and answer the following questions:
Australia’s dramatic turnaround
to dominate England and win back the Ashes just months after a 0-3 series
defeat to their traditional rivals has largely been attributed to their coach
and hard work. Australia faltered for pretty much the first time in the series
trying to close the deal, but rallied to blow away the last vestiges of English
resistance and reclaim the Ashes with a third emphatic Test victory on
December. Just three months after England wrapped up a third successive Ashes
series triumph by a similarly dominant 3-0 margin back home.
A. Australians are just fed up with losing.
B. Australian team is well prepared for opposition this
time.
C. England players are out of form.
D. Australian coach made them work hard and maximise their
potential.
E. English player should practice more and stick to their
strength.
9. Which of the following among A,B,C,D and E can be a probable cause of Australia’s turnaround?
1) Only D
2) Both B and D
3) Only C
4) Both D and E
5) Both A and C
10. Which of the following among (A),(B),(C),(D),(E)and (F)
may be an immediate course of action England’s
team?
1) Only A
2) Only B
3) Both B and D
4) Both C and F
5) Only E

Solutions:
5. In order to regulate all this related issues Government
should form a Early Childhood Commission and to stop
this donation menace Preschool education should be covered
under RTE.

6.  If the situation still persist many middle-income group
parents can’t apply because of the expensive admission
procedure.

7. Both options A and C are the right choice for the
Indian government.

8. It is the only choice for US to control Indian
government rage.

9. Both hard work and preparation may be the key factor
for Australia’s victory.

10. Good preparation and working on their potential may
be suitable course of action for England’s team.

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