Immediate neighbours of A, D as well as C face opposite directions (i.e., if one neighbour faces the centre then the other faces outside and vice-versa).

A and D face same direction as E (i.e., if E faces the centre then both A and D also face the centre and vice- versa.

  1. Who sits exactly between E and H when counted from the right hand side of E ?

(A) D                   (B)  G

(C) C                    (D)   F

(E) B

  1. Who is sitting to immediate right of H ?

(A) B                    (B)  D

(C) F                    (D)  C

(E) G

  1. What is D’s position with respect to A ?
  • Third to the left
  • Second to the left
  • Third to the right
  • Fifth to the right
  • Second to the right
  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group ?

(A) B            (B) G

(C) E            (D) F

(E) A

  1. Which of the following is true regarding B as per the given seating arrangement ?
  • B sits third to the left of E
  • None of the given options is true
  • B faces outside
  • D is one of the immediate neighbours of B
  • Only three people sit between B and C
  1. Who amongst the following are immediate neighbours of F ?

(A) C,H        (B)  E,H

(C) B, D       (D)  D, E

(E) B, C

  1. If “2! is subtracted from each odd digit and ‘1’ added to each even digit in the number 8423679, which of the following numbers will appear twice in the new number thus formed ?

(A) None     (B)  Only 3

(C) Only 1.  (D)  Both 5 and 7

(E) Both 9 and 5

 

  1. (D) Statement: B > O a 1 = L < S; I a R

Conclusion I follows.

Conclusion II follows.

  1. (E) Statement : M> AiLsE = D

Conclusion I follows.

Conclusion II follows.

  1. (E) Statement :MsA>T = IsF

<;H

Conclusion I not follows. Conclusion II follows.

  1. (C) Statement: B>OaI = L<S; I < R

Conclusion I not follows. Conclusion II not follows.

  1. (E) Statement :G<I<AaN>T <S

Conclusion I not follows. Conclusion II not follows.

  1. (A) 7. (B)

For Q. 8 and 9 :

(Only daughter)

 

B (Daughter)

  1. (C) 9. (E)

For Q.10-15—

CAB D F E j

S U Q T P Rt

  1. (E) 11. (D) 12. (A) 13. (C) 14. (E)
  2. (E)
  3. (E) From I&IIB>E>D>A>C. The position of D is not known.
  4. (A) (I) stage is ready ta

ready to go ta

The code of stage cannot be determined.

(II) stage it today sa mu/yemu/ye it will today mu/ye mu/ye The code for stage is ‘sa’.

 

  1. (B) ‘sister’ is coded as 121345.

‘art’ is coded as 653.

Then, ‘arrest’ is coded as 655413.

For Q. 19-23 :

8 A 7 G 6 B 5 H

  • D 3 E 2 F 1 C
  1. (B) 20. (D) 21. (A) 22. (B) 23. (B)
  2. (E)

For Q. 25-30:

  • — Monday — Gardening T — Tuesday — Yoga

X — Wednesday — Singing U — Thursday — Photography

  • — Friday — Cooking
  • — Saturday — Knitting W — Sunday — Dancing
  1. (E) 26. (E) 27. (B) 28. (E) 29. (B)
  2. (A)

For Q. 31-36 :

Input method 98 12 of 41 evalua­tion differs 30 57 further now 63.

Step I 98 method 12 of 41 evalua­tion 30 57 further now 63 differs.

Step II 63 98 method 12 of 41 30 57 iurther now differs evalua­tion.

Step III : 57 63 98 method 12 of 41 30 now differs evaluation fur­ther.

Step IV : 41 57 63 98 12 of 30 now differs evaluation further method.

Step V 30 41 57 63 98 12 of differs ’ evaluation further method now.

Step VI : 12 30 41 57 63 98 differs evaluation further method now of.

  1. (B) 32. (D) 33. (B) 34. (D) 35. (E)
  2. (E) 37. (C)

 

 

Conclusion I not follows. Conclusion II follows.