Analytical Reasoning Quiz – 1

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This Quiz is a mixed bad and has 25 questions to test your ability in Analytical Reasoning. Select the answers and click “Next”. Time yourself for 10 minutes and try to answer as many questions as you can. All the answers and explanations will be displayed after the completion of the quiz. Godspeed! 🙂

Question 1-5 are based on the following data – For this question write the 5 categories out (short forms will do) and put down the numbers under each category. Answering the questions will then become easy.

There are 5 candidates for filling the post of ‘editor’ of the popular website CLATGyan.com.

a) 1 and 3 are Competent in English and Critical Reasoning.
b) 2 and 3 are Competent in English and Legal Knowledge.
c) 4 and 5 are Competent in Mathematics and Static GK.
d) 5 is Competent in Static GK, Critical reasoning and Mathematics.
e) 2 and 4 are Competent in Mathematics and Legal Knowledge.

1. Who is competent in Mathematics as well as Legal Knowledge, but not at English?





Question 1-5 are based on the following data – For this question write the 5 categories out (short forms will do) and put down the numbers under each category. Answering the questions will then become easy.

There are 5 candidates for filling the post of ‘editor’ of the popular website CLATGyan.com.

a) 1 and 3 are Competent in English and Critical Reasoning.
b) 2 and 3 are Competent in English and Legal Knowledge.
c) 4 and 5 are Competent in Mathematics and Static GK.
d) 5 is Competent in Static GK, Critical reasoning and Mathematics.
e) 2 and 4 are Competent in Mathematics and Legal Knowledge.

2. Which one is competent in English and Critical Reasoning but not in Legal Knowledge?





Question 1-5 are based on the following data – For this question write the 5 categories out (short forms will do) and put down the numbers under each category. Answering the questions will then become easy.

There are 5 candidates for filling the post of ‘editor’ of the popular website CLATGyan.com.

a) 1 and 3 are Competent in English and Critical Reasoning.
b) 2 and 3 are Competent in English and Legal Knowledge.
c) 4 and 5 are Competent in Mathematics and Static GK.
d) 5 is Competent in Static GK, Critical reasoning and Mathematics.
e) 2 and 4 are Competent in Mathematics and Legal Knowledge.

3. Which one of the candidates is incompetent in Mathematics and Static GK?





Question 1-5 are based on the following data – For this question write the 5 categories out (short forms will do) and put down the numbers under each category. Answering the questions will then become easy.

There are 5 candidates for filling the post of ‘editor’ of the popular website CLATGyan.com.

a) 1 and 3 are Competent in English and Critical Reasoning.
b) 2 and 3 are Competent in English and Legal Knowledge.
c) 4 and 5 are Competent in Mathematics and Static GK.
d) 5 is Competent in Static GK, Critical reasoning and Mathematics.
e) 2 and 4 are Competent in Mathematics and Legal Knowledge.

4. Who is the best choice for Legal Knowledge and Mathematics, who has a good knowledge of English as well?





Question 1-5 are based on the following data – For this question write the 5 categories out (short forms will do) and put down the numbers under each category. Answering the questions will then become easy.

There are 5 candidates for filling the post of ‘editor’ of the popular website CLATGyan.com.

a) 1 and 3 are Competent in English and Critical Reasoning.
b) 2 and 3 are Competent in English and Legal Knowledge.
c) 4 and 5 are Competent in Mathematics and Static GK.
d) 5 is Competent in Static GK, Critical reasoning and Mathematics.
e) 2 and 4 are Competent in Mathematics and Legal Knowledge.

5. 1 and 5 are both competent in?





6. People of Hungraa tribe are always known to speak the truth. People of the Zungraa tribe are always known to tell lies. ABC says to PQR, ‘I am of the Hungraa or I am of the Zungraa tribe’. PQR tells XYZ, ‘ABC is a Hungraa’. XYZ replies, ‘No, he’s a Zungraa.’ How many Hungraas are there in the group?





7. Some Zips are Zoodles. Some Zoodles are Zonkers. Some Zonkers are Zingers. Which statement is false?





8. Which of the following is a Contra-positive statement to this – ‘All Doctors are intelligent. All lawyers are clever.’?





9. Which of the following is the wrong pair in the options given?





Question 10-12 are based on the following data –

a.Typing Commands A and E will open Gate 1.
b.Typing Commands B and C will open Gate 2
c.Typing Commands A and D will open Gate 3
d.Typing Commands B and E will open Gate 4
e.Three Commands are needed for Gate 5 – C, D and E.
f.The gates are closed if the commands are pressed once again.

10. If a person presses Command A, what Gates could be opened by pressing any other command?





Question 10-12 are based on the following data –

a.Typing Commands A and E will open Gate 1.
b.Typing Commands B and C will open Gate 2
c.Typing Commands A and D will open Gate 3
d.Typing Commands B and E will open Gate 4
e.Three Commands are needed for Gate 5 – C, D and E.
f.The gates are closed if the commands are pressed once again.

11. A person presses C, D and E together. How many gates would open and which ones?





Question 10-12 are based on the following data –

a.Typing Commands A and E will open Gate 1.
b.Typing Commands B and C will open Gate 2
c.Typing Commands A and D will open Gate 3
d.Typing Commands B and E will open Gate 4
e.Three Commands are needed for Gate 5 – C, D and E.
f.The gates are closed if the commands are pressed once again.

12. A person presses all five commands together, so all Gates could open. Now, he wishes to close only Gate 4. What should be his course of action?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

13. Who’s Mr. Bunger’s wife?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

14. Which cab is Mr. Burke in?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

15. Who is Brenda’s husband?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

16. What is Burt’s profession?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

17. Who is the barber?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

18. Who lives on Burton Street?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

19. Who is the butcher’s wife?





This one’s a personal favorite. It’s from the book, ‘Reader’s Digest – More Tests and Teasers’. The facts only are taken – I made the questions on my own. Questions 13-20 are based on it. (Although long questions may not come in the CLAT, shorter versions of this type are likely).

Five men hail five separate cabs to go home with their wives. Each man has a different first, and a different last name, a different profession, and they live on different streets. And very obviously, their wives are different 😛 . Answer the following questions after reading the facts given below

a. Brad is married to Betty.
b. Barbara’s husband gets in the third cab.
c. Bart is a banker.
d. The last cab goes to Barton Street.
e. Beatrice lives on Burton Street.
f. The butcher gets on the fourth cab.
g. Bret gets on the Second cab.
h. Bernice is married to the broker.
i. Mr. Barker lives on Burton Street.
j. Mr. Burger gets in the cab in front of Brenda’s husband.
k. Mr. Bunger gets into the first cab.
l. Mr. Baker lives on Bourbon Street.
m. The barber lives on Baker Street.
n. Mr. Baker gets in the cab in front of Mr. Burke.
o. The barber is three cabs in front of Brian.
p. Mr. Burger is in the cab in front of the butcher.

20. Is Mr. Baker a baker? If not, which profession?





21. Pointing to the photograph, Ali says, ‘He is my mother’s only aunt’s brother in law.’ Who among the options do you think is the guy in the photo?





Questions 22-25 are based on the following data.

Three men (A, B and C) and three women (P, Q and R) are stay in a row of nine rooms, each one living in his or her own rooms. There are no others staying in the set of rooms.

I. B, C and Q do not want to stay in any room, which is at the end of the row.
II. P and Q are unwilling to stay besides any occupied rooms.
III. R is next to B and C.
IV. Between C and Q’s room there is just one vacant room.
V. None of the girls occupy adjacent rooms.
VI. The house occupied by A is next to an end room.

22. Which of the above statements can be said to have been derived from two other statements?





Questions 22-25 are based on the following data.

Three men (A, B and C) and three women (P, Q and R) are stay in a row of nine rooms, each one living in his or her own rooms. There are no others staying in the set of rooms.

I. B, C and Q do not want to stay in any room, which is at the end of the row.
II. P and Q are unwilling to stay besides any occupied rooms.
III. R is next to B and C.
IV. Between C and Q’s room there is just one vacant room.
V. None of the girls occupy adjacent rooms.
VI. The house occupied by A is next to an end room.

23. How many of them occupy rooms next to a vacant room?





Questions 22-25 are based on the following data.

Three men (A, B and C) and three women (P, Q and R) are stay in a row of nine rooms, each one living in his or her own rooms. There are no others staying in the set of rooms.

I. B, C and Q do not want to stay in any room, which is at the end of the row.
II. P and Q are unwilling to stay besides any occupied rooms.
III. R is next to B and C.
IV. Between C and Q’s room there is just one vacant room.
V. None of the girls occupy adjacent rooms.
VI. The house occupied by A is next to an end room.

24. Which among these statement(s) are true?

I. Q is between P and C.
II. At the most four persons can have occupied rooms on either side of them. .
III. A stays besides B.





Questions 22-25 are based on the following data.

Three men (A, B and C) and three women (P, Q and R) are stay in a row of nine rooms, each one living in his or her own rooms. There are no others staying in the set of rooms.

I. B, C and Q do not want to stay in any room, which is at the end of the row.
II. P and Q are unwilling to stay besides any occupied rooms.
III. R is next to B and C.
IV. Between C and Q’s room there is just one vacant room.
V. None of the girls occupy adjacent rooms.
VI. The house occupied by A is next to an end room.

25. Do P and R stay next to each other?








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