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IBPS Clerk Previous Year Question Papers

Directions-:In the following questions, a sentence is divided into four parts consisting of a highlighted word in each part. Choose the option reflecting the word which is either misspell or grammatically incorrect. If all the highlighted words are correct, choose option (e) i.e. “all are correct” as your answer choice.

  • Indian democracy’s robustness is underscored by high voter turnouts, and large number of
    candedates in the fray.
    (a) robustness
    (b) turnouts
    (c) candedates
    (d) fray
    (e) No correction required.
  • It is likely that weaving prospered and partly relocated towards areas within easy reach of the army
    contractors.
    (a) prospered
    (b) relocated
    (c) within
    (d) contractors
    (e) All are correct
  • A British court has ruled that British arms sales to Saudi Arabia wear unlawful on Humanitarian
    Grounds.
    (a) ruled
    (b) sales
    (c) wear
    (d) Grounds
    (e) All are correct
  • I’m tyred of hearing politicians making pious pronouncements about their devotion to the people
    (a) tyred
    (b) hearing
    (c) pious
    (d) devotion
    (e) All are correct
  • This cat and mouse tactic was purposely designed to provoke, inrage and panic the unemployed.
    (a) tactic
    (b) purposely
    (c) inrage
    (d) panic
    (e) All are correct

Directions-: In each of the following sentences, there is a blank space. Below in each sentence, there are five words out of which one can be used to fill the blank to make the sentence grammatically and coherently correct. Find the most appropriate word that fit into the blank contextually

  • There is nothing to indicate the building’s past, ________ the fireplace.
    (a) except
    (b) included
    (c) belonged
    (d) barred
    (e) Foster
  • The law _________ farmers not only to save and resow (multiply) seeds, but also to sell them to other
    farmers, no matter what the original source of the seed is.
    (a) coverts
    (b) implements
    (c) emits
    (d) permits
    (e) deserts
  • Raipur despite being ________________ between two rivers, the Krishna and the Tungabhadra, it is a
    dust bowl in May first week.
    (a) Surrounded
    (b) Located
    (c) Revealed
    (d) Settle
    (e) None of these
  • Small farmers must be educated and __________ with proper incentive structures, to engage with
    agriculture.
    (a) fascinated
    (b) encouraged
    (c) discouraged
    (d) harvested
    (e) invited
  • Two circus elephants that performed together ________ when crossing paths 23 years later
    (a) happy
    (b) believe
    (c) angered
    (d) rejoiced
    (e) greater

Directions-:  Read the following passage and answer the following questions based on the given passage. Some of the words are highlighted which would help you to answer some of the questions given

For years, world-wide organisations have become increasingly excited about the prospect of a cloud-based
future. As the dream becomes an ever closer reality for many kinds of business and, Forrester predicted
that enterprise spending on cloud services is set to surge. IDC also predicted that global spending on public
cloud services and infrastructure would reach $210bn in 2019, an increase of 24% from 2018. But one
obstacle stands create friction and introduce risk: the process of migration.
As all indications point to a massive shift in data deployments to the cloud, it is more important than ever
that the transition from on-premises to Cloud is as risk free as possible. In today’s climate any loss or
disruption to data can have a huge business impact. It’s a complex process, is frequently underestimated
and many organisations have found there’s lots that can go wrong that can impact the business.
Organisations across the globe have found the cloud to be an ideal place to run modern data applications
due to big data’s elastic resource requirements. Furthermore, with the lack of data talent an ever-looming
issue for most companies today they have been determined to adopt a cloud-first strategy to ensure
business operations are accessible for a range of employees.
The cloud offers great promise for developers especially, as it can increase the speed at which they develop
software features and increase the resilience of applications once they are deployed – along with enhanced
security through the use of multiple server locations. With all this considered, it is no surprise that 42% of
UK businesses leverage some kind of cloud service, according to Eurostat.
However, all the perceived benefits of leveraging the cloud are redundant if organisations come up against
barriers to accessing cloud services. Cloud-based data pipelines still suffer from complexity challenges at
the moment, along with the lack of visibility into cost and resource usage at the application and user level.
The answer to this is automation fueled by robust Machine learning training models and artificial
intelligence. These concepts and the tools that enable them can determine the prerequisites of cloud
infrastructure, application dependencies,the appropriate target cloud instance profiles, and provide
troubleshooting in real-time.
To summarise, the promise of the cloud has created a sense of excitement amongst enterprises, however,
they have proceeded to go full steam ahead into adopting a cloud service, without sufficient data to
ensure performance service level agreements (SLAs).

  • Why the promise of the cloud has created a sense of excitement amongst enterprises?
    (a) As it ensures that business operations are accessible for a range of employees.
    (b) As the enterprise spending on cloud services is surging.
    (c) Reduction in the cost of operation it may entail.
    (d) The secure platform it provides to the data it stores.
    (e) None of these
  • Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct in context of the passage?
    (1) The cloud technology can help in increasing the speed at which the software features are
    developed.
    (2) There is no risk associated with the cloud technology.
    (3) Cloud technology is not a very complex process.
    (a) Only (2)
    (b) Both (1) and (2)
    (c) Only (3)
    (d) Only (1)
    (d) All are correct
  • Which of the following words is most similar to the word “ADOPT” as given in the passage?
    (a) mold
    (b) deduce
    (c) Embrace
    (d) Creative
    (e) Fluster
  • Which of the following words is most OPPOSITE to the word
    “MASSIVE” as given in the passage?
    (a) Prominent
    (b) Insignificant
    (c) Enlarged
    (d) Filthy
    (e) Vouch
  • Which of the following words is most similar to the word “ENSURE” as given in the passage?
    (a) Confirm
    (b) Paced
    (c) Redundant
    (d) Weaken
    (e) Reject
  • What is the meaning of the phrase “full steam ahead” ?
    (a) Interrupting an activity
    (b) Acting cautiously
    (c) Great increase
    (d) Progressing quickly.
    (e) Prudent progression
  • How the process of migration stands as an obstacle to the cloud technology?
    (a) The expensive cost of providing safety to the data.
    (b) The lack of sound technology in Artificial Intelligence.
    (c) Complexities of the data migrated to the cloud
    (d) It exposes the companies to the risk of losing important information.
    (e) None of these
  • How can we tackle the risks associated with the process of migration?
    (a) By ensuring that organisations only migrate the apps to the cloud that will thrive in the cloud.
    (b) The surge in the investment in the cloud technology.
    (c) The use of predictive power of Artificial Intelligence.
    (d) The transition from on-premises to Cloud
    (e) None of these

Directions-:  Given sentences are not in their exact position. Rearrange them to make a coherent paragraph and then answer the questions given below

A. It can even make exercise more fun and productive.
B. Plus, hearing others laugh, even for no apparent reason, can often trigger genuine laughter.
C. To add simulated laughter into your own life, search for laugh yoga or laugh therapy groups. Or you can
start simply by laughing at other people’s jokes, even if you don’t find them funny.
D. A Georgia State University study found that incorporating bouts of simulated laughter into an exercise
program helped improve older adults’ mental health as well as their aerobic endurance.
E. Believe it or not, it’s possible to laugh without experiencing a funny event—and simulated laughter can
be just as beneficial as the real thing

  • Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement?
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement?
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after the
    rearrangement?
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after the rearrangement?
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement?
    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E

Directions-: Read each sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer if there is no error, the answer is (e)

  • It is widely believe (a)/ that the village which is situated on the (b)/ eastern coast of India will be wiped out (c)/ within a decade. (d)/ No error. (e)                                                                                                                                          (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • The criminal was (a)/ sentenced to the (b)/ death and was (c) hung for his crime (d)/ No error.(e)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Elon musk is determined (a)/ to be success (b)/ in whatever field (c)/ he chooses. (d)/ No error.(e)                        (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Not only the (a)/ students but also (b)/ the principal were(c)/ laughing at the joke he cracked.(d)/No error (e)    (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • New purchasing power will increasingly (a)/ come from Asia and Africa where (b)/ the demographics are still favorable (c)/ for high income growth. (d)/ No error (e).                                                                                                     (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • FATF strongly urges (a)/ Pakistan to swiftly complete its action plan (b)/ by October 2019 to stop (c)/ terror funding in the country (d)/ No error.(e)                                                                                                                                   (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E
  • Yesterday I met (a)/ an old friend (b)/ when I am going (c)/ to the market. (d)/ No error.(e)                                     (a) A
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) D
    (e) E

Directions-: What will come in place of (?) question mark in the following questions?

  • (17.29÷?)/(3.6*0.2)=200                                                                                                                                                         (a) 120
    (b) 1.20
    (c) 12
    (d) 0.12
    (e) None of these
  • 14 2/7% of 4200 ÷√576= (?)½(a) 125
    (b) 225
    (c) 25
    (d) 5
    (e) 625
  • (0.05 × 6.25) ÷ 2.5 =?
    (a) 12.55
    (b) 0.125
    (c) 0.115
    (d) 1.25
    (e) None of these
  • (36% of 180) ÷ 0.4 = ?
    (a) 160
    (b) 164
    (c) 166
    (d) 162
    (e) 180
  • 35% of 150 × 16 = ? – 22
    (a) 865
    (b) 932
    (c) 864
    (d) 862
    (e) None of these
  • (3080 + 6160) ÷ ? = 330
    (a) 26
    (b) 22
    (c) 28
    (d) 29
    (e) 18
  • 0.08% of 55500 – 16.4 = ?
    (a) 26.6
    (b) 28
    (c) 29.2
    (d) 30.4
    (e) 32
  • 1496 ÷ 17 = ?% of 220
    (a) 25
    (b) 40
    (c) 50
    (d) 75
    (e) None of these
  • (2/7)*(5/6)*(3/8)*?=90                                                                                                                                                                 (a) 1208
    (b) 1108
    (c) 1008
    (d) 1128
    (e) 1348
  • 486 ÷ ? × 7392 ÷ 66 = 1008
    (a) 54
    (b) 55
    (c) 52
    (d) 53
    (e) 51

Directions-: In each of these questions, two equations (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer

  • I. x² – 13x + 40 = 0
    II. 2y² – y – 15 = 0                                                                                                                                                                      (a) if x y
    (b) if x y
    (c) if x y
    (d) if x y
    (e) if x = y or no relation can be established between x and y.
  • I. 7x² – 19x + 10 = 0
    II. 8y² + 2y – 3 = 0                                                                                                                                                                   (a) if x y
    (b) if x y
    (c) if x y
    (d) if x y
    (e) if x = y or no relation can be established between x and y.
  • I. 3x² –7x + 4 = 0
    II. 2y² – 9y + 10 = 0                                                                                                                                                                   (a) if x y
    (b) if x y
    (c) if x y
    (d) if x y
    (e) if x = y or no relation can be established between x and y.
  • I. 5x² + 17x + 6 = 0
    II. 2y² + 11y + 12 = 0                                                                                                                                                                     (a) if x y
    (b) if x y
    (c) if x y
    (d) if x y
    (e) if x = y or no relation can be established between x and y.
  • I. x² – 13x + 40 = 0
    II. 2y² – y – 15 = 0                                                                                                                                                                      (a) if x y
    (b) if x y
    (c) if x y
    (d) if x y
    (e) if x = y or no relation can be established between x and y.
  • 4 years ago, ratio of Shivam’s age to Deepak’s age was 2: 3 and ratio of Shivam’s age 4 years ago to
    Deepak’s age 5 years hence is 8: 15. Find present age of Shivam.
    (a) 32 years
    (b) 28 years
    (c) 40 years
    (d) 24 years
    (e) 36 years
  • Retailer sold one article at 33 1/3 % profit and another at 100% profit. Find his overall profit percentage if the selling price of both the article is same?
    (a) 60%
    (b) 55%
    (c) 66 2/3%(d) 75%
    (e)56 2/3%
  • A person travels half of the distance at the speed of x km/h and remaining half of the distance at 4x
    km/h. Find the value of ‘x’ if the average speed is 36.8 km/h?
    (a) 21
    (b) 25
    (c) 24
    (d) 23
    (e) 20
  • A, B and C invested in a ratio of 7: 8: 5 in a business. They got an annual profit of Rs. 136800. If A and
    C withdrew their amount at the end of 3 months and 7 months respectively. Then find the difference
    between A and C’s share of profit?
    (a) Rs. 12,600
    (b) Rs. 11,500
    (c) Rs. 13,500
    (d) Rs. 10,500
    (e) Rs. 13,000
  • A mixture has milk and water in the ratio 4: 1. When 50% of the mixture is taken out and replaced by
    24 liters of water then the ratio of milk to water in the mixture becomes 1: 1. Find initial quantity of
    mixture.
    (a) 80 liters
    (b) 45 liters
    (c) 70 liters
    (d) 60 liters
    (e) 75 liters
  • Ratio of base and perpendicular side of a right-angled triangle is 3:4 and its base is equal to the side
    of a square having area 81 cm2. Find the perimeter of the triangle?
    (a) 30 cm
    (b) 36 cm
    (c) 33 cm
    (d) 42 cm
    (e) 40 cm
  • Ratio of income of A to that of B is 5:9. If expenditure of A is 3/8th of his income and expenditure of B is 4/9th of his income and sum of their saving is Rs 1950 then find the difference between their income?(a) Rs 900
    (b) Rs 1000
    (c) Rs 880
    (d) Rs 960
    (e) Rs 920
  • Difference of the compound interest received in first year and second year at 20% per annum at CI is
    Rs 1200 then find the sum?
    (a) Rs 25,000
    (b) Rs 36,000
    (c) Rs 35,000
    (d) Rs 24,000
    (e) Rs 30,000
  • A alone can do a work in 12 days while A and B together can do that work in 7.5 days. Find the time
    taken by C alone to do that work if C takes 3 days more than that of B alone to do that work?
    (a) 33 days
    (b) 30 days
    (c) 23 days
    (d) 27 days
    (e) 28 days

Directions-: What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following number series

  • 36. 11, ?, 16, 21, 29, 41
    (a) 12
    (b) 14
    (c) 15
    (d) 13
    (e) 11
  • 4, 3, 4, 9, 32, ?
    (a) 75
    (b) 155
    (c) 125
    (d) 175
    (e) 165
  • 0, 6, 24, 60, ?, 210
    (a) 130
    (b) 170
    (c) 90
    (d) 120
    (e) 150
  • ?, 100, 150, 375, 1312.5
    (a) 50
    (b) 100
    (c) 75
    (d) 25
    (e) 200
  • 1800, ?, 60, 15, 5, 2.5
    (a) 300
    (b) 600
    (c) 120
    (d) 240
    (e) 360

Direction-: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below

Point S is 15m west of point R. Point R is 30m south of point Q. Point P is 20m west of point Q. Point U is
15m south of point P. Point T is 35 north of point S

  • If point V is exactly between point Q and R, then how far and in which direction is point U with respect
    to V?
    (a)15m, North-East
    (b) 15m, East
    (c) 10m, North-west
    (d) 20m, West
    (e) 20m, North-East
  • If point W is in 5m east of point U, then what is the
    distance between point W and Point S?
    (a) 5m
    (b) 15m
    (c) 25m
    (d) 10m
    (e) 20m
  • Four of the following are alike in a certain way, so form a
    group. Which of the following does not belong to that
    group?
    (a) P, T
    (b) U, Q
    (c) R, P
    (d) S, Q
    (e) U, T

Directions-: In each of the question, relationships between some elements are shown in the
statements. These statements are followed by conclusions numbered I and II. Read the statements and give the answer

  • Statements: A ≥ B ≥ C = D > E ≤ F < G
    Conclusions: I. E < B
    II. G > E                                                                                                                                                                                        (a) If only conclusion I follows.
    (b) If only conclusion II follows.
    (c) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow
  • Statements: L > M = O ≥ P ; N ≤ M ≥ S ≥ T
    Conclusions: I. T ≤ P
    II. N < L                                                                                                                                                                                         (a) If only conclusion I follows.
    (b) If only conclusion II follows.
    (c) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow.
  • Statements: P ≤ R < T = U ; Q ≥ T ≤ S ≥ V
    Conclusions: I. Q > P
    II. V < R                                                                                                                                                                                        (a) If only conclusion I follows.
    (b) If only conclusion II follows.
    (c) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow.

Direction-: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below

A certain number of persons are sitting in the row. All of them are facing towards north. Q sits sixth from
the right of S. T sits forth to left of Q. Only two persons sit between Q and P. R sits forth to the left of S. U
sits between S and T. V sits second to the right of U. W is third from any of the end. S is eight from the left
end of the row. Six persons sit between W and V.

  • What is the position of ‘W’ with respect to Q?
    (a) Fourth to the right
    (b) Fifth to the right
    (c) Fourth to the left
    (d) Eighth to the right
    (e) Sixth to the left
  • If X sits immediate right of V then how many persons sit between X and P?
    (a) Five
    (b) Six
    (c) Four
    (d) Three
    (e) None of these
  • How many numbers of persons could sit in the row?
    (a) 14
    (b) 18
    (c) 23
    (d) 15
    (e) 20
  • If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the 2nd ,4th, 6th and 7th letters of the word
    ‘UNILATERAL’ which would be the second letter of the word from the right end? If more than one
    such word can be formed give ‘Y’ as the answer. If no such word can be formed, give ‘Z’ as your
    answer.
    (a) Y
    (b) N
    (c) L
    (d) T
    (e) Z

Directions-: Study the following sequence and answer the given questions

A @ 3 4 % E N M $ 8 6 & L D S # 9 8 6 Q Y Z 1 7 % R O G @ 2 I B 2 U &

  • Find the odd one out?
    (a) N64
    (b) D86
    (c) Y%8
    (d) R27
    (e) 8EL
  • How many such numbers are there in the given series which are immediately preceded by a symbol
    and followed by a letter?
    (a) None
    (b) One
    (c) Two
    (d) Three
    (e) Four
  • Which of the following element is sixth to the left of the fourteenth from the left end of the given
    arrangement?
    (a) 6
    (b) %
    (c) $
    (d) M
    (e) None of these
  • If all the symbols are dropped from the series, which element will be twelfth from the right end?
    (a) 9
    (b) Q
    (c) R
    (d) Y
    (e) None of these
  • How many such letters are there in the given series which are immediately preceded by number and
    immediately followed by a symbol?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) Three
    (d) More than three
    (e) None of these

Direction-: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below

Seven persons are buying different things. Only one person buy thing between C and A. B is buying thing immediately before C. Two persons buy things between C and D. C buy things after D. E buys thing
immediately before D. More than three persons buy things between E and F. Only three persons buy things
between D and G

  • As many as persons are buying things before D as after___?
    (a) E
    (b) B
    (c) F
    (d) A
    (e) G
  • Who among the following buy thing immediately before G?
    (a) D
    (b) B
    (c) C
    (d) A
    (e) No one
  • How many persons buy things between A and F?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) Three
    (d) Four
    (e) More than four
  • Who among the following buy thing immediately after F?
    (a) D
    (b) B
    (c) G
    (d) A
    (e) No one
  • How many person buy things before A?
    (a) One
    (b) Two
    (c) Three
    (d) Four
    (e) More than four
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Direction-: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons in each row such a way that there is an
equal distance between adjacent persons. In the first row, A, B, C, D and E are seated and all of them are
facing north. In the second row, P, Q, R, S and T are seated and all of them are facing south. Therefore, in
the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.
E sits 2nd from one of the extreme end of the row. P faces the one who sits 2nd to the right of E. D sits 2nd to
the left of B, who does not sit at the extreme end. Two persons sit between S and Q. R sits immediate left of
S. C sits next to B

  • What is the position of A with respect to E?
    (a) 3rd to the left
    (b) Immediate to the left
    (c) 2nd to the left
    (d) 3rd to the right
    (e) 2nd to the right
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the
    following does not belong to that group?
    (a) Q
    (b) A
    (c) T
    (d) D
    (e) P
  • Who among the following faces Q?
    (a) B
    (b) D
    (c) A
    (d) C
    (e) None of these
  • Who among the following sits at the extreme end of the row?
    (a) E
    (b) T
    (c) C
    (d) R
    (e) P
  • Who among the following sits 2nd to the right of P?
    (a) S
    (b) R
    (c) Q
    (d) T
    (e) None of these

Direction-:  In each of the questions below are given some statements followed by some conclusions. 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

  • Statements: Some Ball are Garden. All Garden are Trade. Only a few Trade are Pump.
    Conclusions: I. Some Ball are Pump.
    II. Some Garden can be Pump.
    (a) If only conclusion II follows.
    (b) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (c) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (d) If only conclusion I follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow.
  • Statements: No Party is Gathering. All Summary are Gathering. Only a few Gathering are Committee.
    Conclusions: I. Some Committee can be Summary.
    II. Some Party can be Committee.
    (a) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (b) If only conclusion I follows.
    (c) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (d) If only conclusion II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow.
  • Statements: All Chocolate are Toffee. No Toffee is Muffin. Only a few Muffin are Dark.
    Conclusions: I. No Chocolate is Muffin.
    II. Some Toffee can never be Dark.
    (a) If only conclusion II follows.
    (b) If only conclusion I follows.
    (c) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (d) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow
  • Statements: No Market is Home. Only a few Home are Room. Only a few Room is Vance.
    Conclusions: I. Some Home are Vance.
    II. Some Market can never be Room.
    (a) If only conclusion I follows.
    (b) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (c) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (d) If only conclusion II follows.
    (e) If both conclusions I and II follow.
  • In the word ‘PRODUCE’, how many pairs of the letters have
    the same number of letters between them in the given word
    as they have in the English alphabet series?
    (a) Four
    (b) Two
    (c) One
    (d) Three
    (e) More than four

Direction-: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below

Eight persons are sitting around a circular table facing to the center but not necessarily in the same order.
Two persons sit between Q and P (either from left or right). R sits immediate to the right of Q. One person
sits between R and S, who faces to T. Q and T are not immediate neighbors of each other. W sits 2nd to the
left of V. Three persons sit between U and V

  • Who among the following faces R?
    (a) U
    (b) V
    (c) P
    (d) W
    (e) Q
  • Who among the following sits immediate right of U?
    (a) W
    (b) R
    (c) T
    (d) S
    (e) V
  • Who among the following sits 3rd to the right of S?
    (a) P
    (b) U
    (c) Q
    (d) T
    (e) None of these
  • The number of persons sit between Q and T , when counted to right of Q is same as the number of
    persons sit between W and ___, when counted to the left of ___?
    (a) P
    (b) S
    (c) T
    (d) U
    (e) None of these
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the
    following does not belong to that group?
    (a) Q-W
    (b) P-U
    (c) S-W
    (d) V-T
    (e) Q-P
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