High Level Reasoning Puzzles for IBPS PO 2017 – Reasoning Questions for IBPS, SBI Exams

High Level Reasoning Puzzles IBPS

 

Reasoning Puzzles for Bank Exams – In this post we are giving you some of the reasoning ability questions for IBPS PO & Clerk Exams. The questions are based on high level Puzzles.

 

Q. Read the following Information given below carefully and Give your solution in the comment section.

 Seven people J, K, L, M, N, O and P have an interview on seven different days of the same week, starting from Monday and ending on Sunday, but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them also likes different subjects, namely Statistics, Zoology, Sociology, English, Mathematics, Psychology and Economics, but not necessarily 1n the same order.

Only four people have their interview between N and the one who likes Zoology. Neither N nor the one who likes Zoology has an interview on Sunday. P has an interview immediately after the one who likes Zoology Only two people have their interviews between P and J. The one who likes Psychology has an interview on one of the days before J but not on Wednesday. Neither N nor P likes Psychology. Only two people have their interviews between the one who likes Psychology and the one who likes Statistics.

The one who likes Economies has an interview immediately before the one who likes Statistics. The number of people having interview between P and the one who likes Economics is the same as that between J and the one who likes English. N does not like English. Only one person has an interview between the one who likes English and K. The one who likes Sociology has an interview immediately after O. L has an interview on one of the days after M.

Day Person Subject
Monday N Maths
Tuesday O Pyscho
Wednesday M Sociology
Thursday J Economics
Friday K Statistics
Saturday L Zoology
Sunday P English

 

 

Q. Read the following Information given below carefully and Give your solution in the comment section.

Seven people, namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G, like seven different pets, namely Dog, Fish, Cat, Rabbit, Parrot, Horse, i and Mice, but not necessarily in the same order. Each person also works in the same office but in a different department (on the basis of experience), namely Admission, Pharmacy, Emergency, Finance, Laboratory, Physiotherapy and Surgery, but not necessarily in the same order.

(Please Note: Each person has been allocated to a department as per increasing order of experience with the one in Admission being the least experienced whilst the one in Surgery being the most experienced.)

Only one person has more experience than B. E works in Finance. The one who likes Rabbit is more experienced than the one who likes Mice but less experienced than B. The one who likes Rabbit does not work in Pharmacy. D is more experienced than the one who likes Rabbit but less experienced than the one who likes Fish. B does not like Fish. A likes Horse. The one who likes Dog is less experienced than D. Both C and F have less experience than the one who likes Dog. F neither likes Rabbit nor is the least experienced person. The one who likes Cat does not work in Physiotherapy.

 

G Surgery Fish
B Physiotherapy Parrot
D Laboratory Cat
E Finance Dog
C Emergency Rabbit
F Pharmacy Mice
A Admission Horse

 

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