Reasoning Ability Test Paper 7


Section – I : Reasoning Ability

In each of the questions below, statements are given followed by
four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the
given statements to be true, even if they seem to be at a 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.

1. Statements:
a. All beaks are trees.
b. All trees are flowers.
c. All flowers are fruits.

I. All fruits are beaks.
II. All trees are fruits.
III. Some fruits are flowers.
IV. Some flowers are beaks.


  1. All follow
  2. Only II, III and IV follow
  3. Only III and IV follow
  4. Only II and III follow
  5. None of these

2. Statements:
a. Some trains are radios.
b. Some radios are rackets.
c. All rings are rackets.

I. Some trains are rings.
II. Some trains are rackets.
III. No racket is train.
IV. All rackets are rings


  1. None follows
  2. Both II and III follow
  3. Only either II or III follows
  4. Only either I or III follows
  5. Only either I or IV follows

3. Statements:
a. Some routes are rivers.
b. All rivers are mountains.
c. Some roads are mountains.

I. Some mountains are routes.
II. Some roads are routes.
III. Some roads are rivers.
IV. Some mountains are roads.


  1. None follows
  2. Only I and II follow
  3. Only III and IV follow
  4. Only I and IV follow
  5. All follow

4. Statements:
a. No toys are bugles.

b. All bugles are windows.

c. Some tigers are toys.

I. Some tigers are bugles
II. Some windows are tigers.
III. All toys are tigers.
IV. Some windows are toys.


  1. None follows
  2. Only I and II follow
  3. Only III and IV follow
  4. Only I and III follow
  5. All follow

5. Statements:
a. No horse is a groom.

b. All corrupts are grooms.

c. All grooms are teachers.

I. No horse is a teacher.
II. All corrupts are teachers.
III. Some teachers are not horses.
IV. No corrupt is a horse.


  1. Only II, III and IV follow
  2. Only either I or IV follows
  3. Only either I or IV and III follow
  4. None follows
  5. All follow

Answer the questions on the
basis of the information given below.
Six delegates – P, Q, R, S, T and U – from different
countries – are sitting at a circular table. All of them
are sitting diagonally opposite to some other
members. It is also known that:

(i) T is sitting to the immediate left of Indiandelegate S.
(ii) Delegate from UK is sitting between delegatesfrom USA and
(iii) Delegate from USA and R from France aresitting at
diametrically opposite positions.
(iv) Indian delegate is not sitting opposite todelegate from UK.
(v) Q who is not immediate neighbor of R, is notfrom USA.
(vi) The sixth country is Russia.

6. Person from which of the following countries
is sitting opposite to delegate from India?

  1. China
  2. UK
  3. Russia
  4. Either (1) or (2)
  5. Cannot be determined

7. Delegates from which of the following
countries are sitting adjacent to R?

  1. USA and China
  2. UK and Russia
  3. Russia and China
  4. India and Russia
  5. None of these

8. Which of the following persons is from UK?

  1. P
  2. Q
  3. T
  4. U
  5. Cannot be determined

9. If delegate from USA is not sitting immediate
right to delegate from India, then which of the
following persons is from Russia?

  1. Q
  2. P
  3. U
  4. Either (1) or (2)
  5. Either (2) or (3)

10. If U is from China, then which of the following
persons can be the immediate neighbors of

  1. P and Q
  2. T and R
  3. Q and R
  4. T and P
  5. None of these


1. 2

2. 3


3. 4


4. 1


5. 1


For questions 6 to 10: Given information can be shown as

6. 1

7. 3

8. 2

9. 5

10. 4

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