SBI PO Exam – Solved Model Question Paper 28

Test-I: Reasoning Ability
1. 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?
1)215
2)143
3)247
4)91 5
)65
2. In a certain code CROWNED is written as PSDVEFO.How is STREAMS written in that code?
1) SUTDBNT
2) TUSDTNB
3)SUTFTNB
4)QSRDTNB

5) None of these
3. ‘DEAN’ is related to ‘NDAE’ and -ROAD’ is related to ‘DRAO’ in the same way as’SOME’ is related to
l)ESMO
2) EOMS
3)EMOS
4)MSEO
5) None of these

  1. In a row of thirtyfive children, M is fifteenth from the right end and there are ten children between M and R.
    What is R’s position from the left end of the row?
    1) 15th
    2) 5th
    3) 30th
    4) Data inadequate
    5) None of these
  2. 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?
    DGold
    2) Nickel
    3) Platinum
    4) Tungsten
    5) Diamond
  3. Among P, Q, T. A and B, each having a different height,T is taller than P and B but shorter than A and Q. P is not the shortest. Who among them is the tallest?
    1)A
    2)Q
    3)P
    4) P or B 5
    ) Data inadequate
  4. How many meaningful English words can be made with the letters RBAE, using each letter only once in each word?
    1) None
    2) One
    3) Two
    4) Three
    5) More than three
  5. In acertain code TRAIN is written as’39?7%’and MEALis written as ‘ 4 $?@’. How is ITEM written in that code?
    1)7534
    2)73$4
    3)79$4
    4)73H4
    5) None of these
  6. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word OBJECTIVE 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
  7. If each consonant in the word TOLERANT is replaced by the previous letter in the English alphabet and each vowel in the word is replaced by the next letter is the English alphabet and the new set of letters is arranged alphabetically, which of the following will be the fourth from the right end after the replacement ?
    1)M
    2)P
    3)Q
    4)K.
    5) None of these
  8. How many such pairs of digits are there in the number 8429516 each of which has as many digits between them in the number as when the digits are arranged in ascending order within the number?
    1) None
    2) One
    ) Two
    4) Three
    5) More than three
  9. The positions of the first and the second digits in the number 85341279 are interchanged. Similarly, the positions of the third and the fourth digits are interchanged, and so on, till the positions of the seventh and the eighth digits. Which of the following will be the third to the right of 3 after the rearrangement?
    1)9
    2)7
    3)8
    4)2
    5) None of these
  10. In a certain code language ‘over and above’ is written as ‘da pa ta’ and ‘old and beautiful’ is written as ‘sa na pa’. How is ‘over’ written in that code ‘language?
    l)da
    2)ta
    3)na
    4)daorta
    5) None of these
  11. What should come next in the following letter series?
    H G F E D C B A G F E D C B A F E D C B A
    1)E
    2)G
    3)F
    4)B
    5) None of these
  12. Mohan correctly remembers that his father’s birthday is before twentieth January but after sixteenth January,whereas his sister correctly remembers that their father’s birthday is after eighteenth January but before twentythird January. On which date in January is definitely their father’s birthday?
    1) Eighteenth
    2) Nineteenth
    3) Twentieth
    4) Data inadequate
    5) None of these
  13. If’P denotes ‘?’ ; ‘R’ denotes ‘ + ‘ ; ‘M’ denotes ‘-‘; and ‘W denotes’+’, then 2 0 R 5 W 1 2 M 3 P 4 = ?
    1)4
    2)16
    3)28
    4)52
    5) None of these

Directions (Q. 17-20): Following questions are based on the five three-digit numbers given below:
832 719 654 967 481

  1. If the positions of the second and the third digits within each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the sum of the first and the second digits of the third highest number?
    1)16
    2)10
    3)9
    4)15
    5) None of these
  2. Which of the following is the sum of the first and the third digits of the second lowest number ?
    1)16
    2)10
    3)18
    4)5
    5)Noneofthese
  3. If the positions of the first and the second digits within each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the difference between the highest and the second highest number?
    1)203
    2)133
    3)385
    4)182
    5)144
  4. If the positions of the first and the third digits within each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the sum of the second and third digits of the lowest number?
    1)8
    2)11
    3)15
    4)12
    5) None of these

Directions (Q. 21-27): In each of t h e q u e s t i o n s below a r e given four s t a t e m e n t s followed by t h r e e conclusions numbered I, II & 111. You have to t a k e t h e given statements to be t r u e even if t h ey seem to be at v a r i a n c e with commonly known facts. Read all t h e conclusions and t h e n decide which of t h e given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
21. Statements:
All chairs are keys.
All keys are balloons.
Some balloons are mirrors.
Some mirrors are desks.

Conclusions:
I. Some desks are keys.
II. Some balloons are chairs.
III. Some mirrors are balloons.

1) Only I follows
2) Only II follows
3) Only I I I follows
4) Only I I and I I I follow
5) All I , I I and I I I follow

  1. Statements:
    Some drums are posters.
    All posters are windows.
    Some windows are tablets.
    All tablets are books.
    ,
    Conclusions:
    I. Some windows are drums.
    II. Some books are posters.
    III. Some tablets are drums.

1) None follows
2) Only I follows’
3) Only II follows
4) Only I I I follows
5) Only I and II follow

  1. Statements:
    Some boxes are toys.
    Some toys are nails.
    Some nails are stores.
    Some stores are shops.

Conclusions:
I. Some shops are toys.
II. Some nails are boxes.
III. No shop is toy.

1) Only I follows
2) Only I I I follows
3) Only either I or I I I follows
4) Only II follows
5) None of these

  1. Statements:
    All doors are windows.
    No window is house.
    Some houses are buildings.
    All buildings are skies.

Conclusions:
I. Some skies are doors.
II. Some skies are houses.
III. Some buildings are doors;

I ) Only I follows
2) Only I I follows
3) Only I I I follows
4) Only I I and I I I follow
5) None of these

  1. Statements:
    All rivers are walls.
    All walls are stones.
    All stones are clothes.
    All clothes are trees.

Conclusions:
I. Some trees are stones.
II. Some clothes are rivers.
III. All walls are clothes.

1) Only 1 and II follow
2) Only I and I I I follow
3)Only I I and I I I follow
4) All I , I I and I I I follow
5) None of these