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Section II: Analytical / Logical Reasoning

Mark your response among A, B, C, D.

Directions for Questions 31-34

Read the text and the numbered statements carefully and answer the questions given at the end.

Four people of different states live on the same side of a street in four houses each of different color. Each person has a different favourite drink. The following additional information is also known:

I. The Punjabi lives in the red house.

II. The Maharastrian drinks tea.

III. The Keralite lives in the first house on the left.

IV. In the second house from the left they drink milk.

V. The Keralite lives adjacent to blue house.

VI. The Bengali drinks fruit juice.

VII. Tea is drunk in the blue house.

VIII. The white house is to the right of the red house.

Q 31. Milk is drunk by

A. Keralite.

B. Punjabi.

C. Maharastrian.

D. None of the above.

Q 32. The Keralite drinks

A. Milk.

B. Cocoa.

C. Tea.

D. Fruit juice

Q 33. The color of the Keralite’s house is

A. Yellow.

B. White.

C. Blue.

D. Red.

Q 34. Which of the following is not true?

A. Milk is drunk in the red house.

B. Maharastrian lives in the blue house.

C. The Bengali lives in the corner house.

D. The Maharastrian lives next to the Bengali.

Directions for Questions 35-38

Each question has a pair of CAPITALISED words followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair of words which best expresses the relationship similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair.


A. Nimbus : Cloud

B. Instrument : Calibration

C. Aircraft : Jet

D. Climate : Rain


A. Book : Critic

B. Art : Connoisseur

C. Sports : Fan

D. Craft : Skill


A. Poverty : Plenty

B. Drip : Fluid

C. Camera : Flim

D. Training : Skill


A. Order : Chaos

B. Fair : Whimsical

C. Hope : Surprise

D. Proper : Improper

Question 39-40 are based on the following:

A farmer can plant only five different kind of vegetables: beans, cabbage, potato, carrot and tomato. Every year the farmer plants exactly three kinds of vegetables according to the following restrictions:

I. If the farmer plants cabbage, he also plants beans that year.

II. If the farmer plants potato in one year, he does not plant in the next year.

III. If in any year, the farmer plants no more than one of the vegetables he planted in the previous year.

Q 39. Which of the following is a possible sequence of combinations for the farmer to plant in two successive years?

A. beans, cabbage, potato; cabbage, carrot, tomato

B. beans, carrot, tomato; beans, potato, carrot

C. cabbage, carrot, tomato; beans, potato, carrot

D. beans, carrot, tomato; beans, cabbage, potato

Q 40. If the farmer plants beans, carrot and potato in the first year, which of the following combinations must be planted in the third year?

A. beans, cabbage and potato

B. beans, cabbage and carrot

C. beans, potato and carrot

D. beans, carrot and tomato