IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Questions Expected This Year

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IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability

IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Questions Expected This Year.

IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Questions Expected

IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam is scheduled to be held from November 26th. The number of applicants who have applied for the exam this year is much more higher than last year. So work hard and beat the cut throat competition.

To make things simpler for you, our experts have come up with a list of IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability questions which are important from this year’s exam point of view.

Note: We insist you practice the ‘type’ of IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability questions mentioned below to ensure maximum results. 

All the very best.

IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern

Before you go through the list of IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability questions that are expected this year, quickly recap the pattern for the preliminary exam.

Preliminary Objective Test (100 Questions, 100 Marks, 1 Hour)
  • English Language(30 questions, 30 marks)
  • Quantitative Aptitude(35 questions, 35 marks)
  • Reasoning(35 questions, 35 marks)

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IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Questions Expected 

Here is the complete list of IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Questions expected and important questions for IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam 2016.

Note: The answers have been marked in red.

Directions (Q.1-5):  Read the following instruction carefully and answer accordingly:
Circle represents • [5] and rectangle represents ∎ [0]. If circle • appears in unit’s place then its value is 5. If circle appears in ten’s place then its value will be just double of 5 i.e. 10. If circle appears in hundreds place then its value will be just double of 10 i.e. it is 20 and so on.
• = 5
•∎ = 10
•∎∎ = 20
•∎∎∎ = 40
•∎∎∎∎ = 80

Q1. How will you represent ‘55’ in this code language?
(a) •∎• •
(b) ••∎
(c) ∎•∎•
(d) •∎•∎
(e) •••

Q2.How will you represent ‘100’ in this code language?
(a) ••∎∎∎
(b) •••∎∎
(c) ∎∎•••
(d) ∎•••∎
(e) •∎•∎∎

Q3. What will be the value of this code ••∎••?
(a) 200
(b) 160
(c) 120
(d) 135
(e) 155

Q4.What will be value for this code •••∎?
(a) 95
(b) 40
(c) 100
(d) 80
(e) 70

Q5. How will you represent ‘125’ in this code langue?
(a) •∎∎∎•
(b) •••∎•
(c) ∎∎•••
(d) ••∎∎•
(e) ∎•∎••

Directions (Q.6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
 
In a certain code language ‘milk is very tasty’ is written as ‘ta la ja sa’, ‘tea is black’ is written as ‘ha ja ka’ and ‘sweet milk and tea’ is written as ‘ha pa sa ra’.
Q6. What is the code for ‘milk’?
(a) ja
(b) la
(c) sa
(d) pa
(e) None of these.
Q7. ‘sweet black tea’ can be coded as
(a) ha ja sa
(b) ka ha ra
(c) pa ha ra
(d) Can’t be determined
(e) None of these.
 
Q8. Which of the following is coded as ‘ta’?
(a) very
(b) sweet
(c) Either tasty or very
(d) black
(e) None of these.
Q9. Which of the following is the code for ‘black’?
(a) ra
(b) pa
(c) Either sa or ka
(d) ka
(e) None of these.
Q10. ‘ja’ is the code for
(a) milk 
(b) and
(c) is
(d) tasty
(e) None of these.

Directions (Q.11-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

Eight friends J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. The ones who sit in middle of the sides face the centre while those who sit at the four corners face outward (ie opposite the centre). L sits third to the right of M. M sits in the middle of one of the sides of the table. Only three people sit between L and Q. Only one person sits between Q and P. N is one of the immediate neighbours of P. Only three people sit between N and K. J sits second to the right of K.

Q11. How many people sit between J and P when counted from the right of P?

(a) Two

(b) One

(c) None

(d) Three

(e) Four

Q12. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

(a) Q

(b) O

(c) P

(d) L

(e) K

Q13. Which of the following is true regarding O?

(a) O sits in the middle of one of the sides.

(b) Both M and K are immediate neighbours of O.

(c) N sits second to the left of O.

(d) Only three people sit between O and J.

(e) None of the given options is true

Q14. What is the position of L with respect to P?

(a) Second to the right

(b) Fourth to the right

(c) Third to the left

(d) Fourth to the left

(e) Second to the left

Q15. Who sits second to the left of Q?

(a) P

(b) O

(c) K

(d) J

(e) N

Q16.  Kunal walks 10 Kilometers towards North. From there, he walks 6 kilometres towards South. Then, he walks 3 kilometres towards East. How far and in which direction is he with reference to his starting point ?
(a)5 kilometres West
(b)5 kilometres North-east
(c)7 kilometres East
(d)7 kilometres West
(e)None of these
Q17. A person starts from a point A and travels 3 km eastwards to B and then turns left and travels thrice that distance to reach C. He again turns left and travels five times the distance he covered between between A and B and reaches his destination D. The shortest distance between the starting point and the destination is
(a)12 km
(b)15km                
(c)16 km
(d) 18 km
(e)None of these
Directions (Q.18-20): In each question below are given three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with 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.

Q18.

  1. Statements:

All flowers are roses.

No rose is a lily.

Some lily are plants.

Conclusions:

  1.  All roses being flowers is a possibility.
  2. All plants being lily is a possibility.

III. Some lily are not roses.

a) Only I and III follow

b) All, I, and II follow

c) Only III follows

d) All follows

e) None of the above follow

Q19.

Statements:

All trees are branches.

Some branches are seeds.

No fruit is a tree.

Conclusions:

  1.   Some branches are not fruits.
  2.  Some seeds are branches.

III. Some seeds being trees is a possibility.

a) Only I and II follow

b) Only III follows

c) Only II follows

d) Only II and III follow

e) All follow

Q20.

Statements:

No fan is AC

No AC is cooler.

All lights are coolers.

Conclusions:

  1.  No fan is a cooler.
  2. No AC is a light.

III.No cooler is a AC.

a) Only I and II follow

b) Only II follows

c) Only II and III follow

d) Only III follow

e) None of the above follows