# The Fighter’s Puzzle Test for Bank PO – June 28, 2016

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here are the puzzle for today of “the fighter’s Puzzle Test for Bank PO”.

The answers will be discussed by the aspirants at the end of the day.

The fighter, Chitrarth are in-charge of this segment.

Puzzle 1:
Twelve people are sitting in two
parallel rows containing six people each; in such a way that there is an equal
distance between adjacent persons. In row 1- G; H. I; J; K and L are sitting
facing North. In row 2-1S; R, Q, P and O are sitting facing South. All members
sitting in one row face opposite to members of other row. G sits third to the
left of K. Neither G nor K sits an extreme end of the line. T sits second to
the right of P. Neither T nor P faces opposite to G or K. T does not sit at an
extreme end of the line. I does not face opposite to T and I does not sit at
extreme end of the line. Only one person sits between O and R. Neither O nor R
faces opposite to K. R does not sit at the extreme end. Only one person sits
between L and H. O is not an immediate neighbour of S and T does not face
opposite to L.
Puzzle 2:
Eight persons R Q, R: S; T U, V
and W are sitting around a circular table, but not necessarily in the same
order. Three of them are facing inwards, while five are facing outwards. U is
sitting third to the left of T. Three persons are sitting between U and Q. V is
sitting third to the right of U. T is third to the right of R who is neighbour
of V. S is sitting third to the right of R who is facing towards the centre.

Puzzle 3:
Eight persons – S, R, Q, P, O, N,
M and L are standing in a straight line at equidistant. Some of them are facing
north while others are facing south. Each of them likes to read the novels of
different writers i.e- Chetan Bhagat, Gulzar, Swati Kaushal, Birbal Jha, Anu
Garg, Arundhati Roy, David Davidar and Mukul Deva but not necessarily in the
same order. N, who likes to read the novel of Mukul Deva: is standing third to
the right to S who likes to read the novel of David Davidar. N is standing at
one of the extreme ends and he is the immediate neighbours of R; who likes to
read the novel of Anu Garg. M does not like to read the novel of Birbal Jha. O
is standing third to the left of S and likes to read the novel of Chetan
Bhagat. The immediate neighbours of Q; who likes to read the novel of Arundhati
Roy; face north. M is not an immediate neighbour of S. The persons standing at
the extreme ends face the same direction (both are facing either North or
South). The immediate neighbours of S face just opposite direction as that of
N. The immediate neighbours of L face opposite direction with respect to each
other. One of the immediate neighbour of O is P who is facing north. R is
standing between Q and N. Not more than four persons are facing north.
Immediate neighbour of O likes to read the novel of Swati Kaushal.
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