Jul 19, 2016

IBPS Clerical Question Papers CWE Preliminary Exam Reasoning

IBPS Clerical Question Papers

IBPS Clerical Question Papers

1. In a certain code language ‘they have come back’ is written as ‘na ja sa da' and ‘they have gone there’ is written as ‘da ka pa na’.How is ‘come’ written in that code language?
(1) Sa
(2) Ha
(3) Ja
(4) sa or ja
(5) Data inadequate

2. How many meaningful English words can be made with the letters IFEL using each letter only once in each word?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

3. Each consonant in the word TIRADES is replaced by the previous letter in the English alphabet and each vowel is replaced by the next letter in the English alphabet and the new letters are rearranged alphabetically. Which of the following will be the fourth from the right end?
(1) F
(2) J
(3) Q
(4) C
(5) None of these

4. Pointing to a girl, Mihir said “She is the only daughter of my grandfather's only child". How is the girl related to Mihir?
(1) Daughter
(2) Niece
(3) Sister
(4) Data inadequate
(5) None of these

5. In a row of twenty-five children facing South R is sixteenth from the right end and B is eighteenth from the left end. How many children are there between R and B?
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 4
(4) Data inadequate
(5) None of these

IBPS Clerical CWE Preliminary and Main Examination Preparation 2016


6. W walked 40 metres towards West, took a left turn and walked 30 metres. He then took a right turn and walked 20 metres. He again took a right turn and walked 30 metres. How far was he from the starting point?
(1) 70 metres
(2) 60 metres
(3) 90 metres
(4) Cannot be determined
(5) None of these

7. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word POSITIVE each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

8. In a certain code GATE is written as 5*3$ and TOUR is written as 32δ%. How is URGE written in that code?
(1) 3%5$
(2) $% δ5
(3) δ%3$
(4) δ %5$
(5) None of these

9. If it is possible to form only one such number with the third, the sixth and the seventh digits of the number 7394261 which is the perfect square of a two digit odd number, which of the following will be the first digit of that two digit odd number?
(1) 9
(2) 3
(3) 5
(4) No such number can be formed
(5) More than one such number can be formed

10. How many such pairs of digits are there in the number 539816 each of which has as many digits between them in the number as when the digits are arranged in descending order within the number?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

Directions (11 — 15): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below :
H 9 3 P $ K E % 4 F R 1 U @ W G 2 M I 5 B Q Z 6 © * N δ 8 V J

11. If all the symbols and numbers are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be the fourteenth from the right end?
(1) M
(2) K
(3) W
(4) E
(5) None of these

12. What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series based on the above arrangement?
PK% RUW M5Q ?
(1) ©N 8
(2) © N 6
(3) 6 & 5
(4) 6 * 8
(5) None of these

13. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a letter and immediately followed by a symbol?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

14. Which of the following is the seventh to the left of the twentieth from the left end of the above arrangement?
(1) U
(2) $
(3) I
(4) N
(5) None of these

15. How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately followed by a number but not immediately preceded by a number?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three

Directions (16 — 20) : In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by three conclusions numbered l, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. disregarding commonly known facts.

16. Statements:
Some carrots are brinjals.
Some brinjals are apples.
All apples are bananas.
Conclusions :
I. Some apples are carrots.
II. Some bananas are brinjals
III. Some bananas are carrots.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only II follows
(3) Only III follows
(4) Only either II or III follows
(5) None of these

17. Statements:
All keys are locks.
All locks are bangles.
All bangles are cars.
Conclusions :
I. Some cars are locks.
II. Some bangles are keys.
III. Some cars are keys.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only I and II follow
(3) Only I and III follow
(4) Only II and III follow
(5) All I, II and III follow

18. Statements:
All fruits are leaves.
Some leaves are trees.
No tree is house.
Conclusions:
I. Some houses are fruits.
II. Some trees are fruits.
III. No house is fruit.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only II follows
(3) Only III follows
(4) Only either I or III follows
(5) None follows

19. Statements:
All tables are mirrors.
Some mirrors are chairs.
All chairs are glasses.
Conclusions:
I. Some glasses are mirrors.
II. Some chairs are tables.
III. Some mirrors are tables.
(1) Only I and II follow
(2) Only II and III follow
(3) Only I and III follow
(4) All I, II and III follow
(5) None of these

20. Statements:
All calculators are boxes.
All boxes are taps.
Some taps are machines.
Conclusions:
I. Some machines are boxes.
II. Some taps are calculators.
III. Some boxes are calculators.
(1) Only I and II follow
(2) Only I and III follow
(3) Only II and III follow
(4) All I, II and III follow
(5) None of these

Questions Answers
1 4
2 3
3 2
4 3
5 5
6 2
7 5
8 4
9 2
10 1
11 4
12 1
13 2
14 1
15 4
16 2
17 5
18 4
19 3
20 3

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