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**BANK PRELIMINARY EXAM –CLASS WORK ORDER AND RANKING**

1.Mani is thirteenth from the top and twenty seventh from the bottom in a queue. How many persons are there in the queue?

A. 33 B. 37

C. 35 D. 39

E. None of these

2.In a row of children, Divya is 7th from the left and Vijay is 9th from the right. When they interchange their places among themselves, Divya becomes 18th from the left. Then what will be Vijay’s present position from the right ?

A. 6th B. 16th

C. 26th D. 20th

E. 24th

3.In a class of 45 students, Amir’s rank from the top is 16th . Ashok is 6 ranks below Amir. What is Ashok’s rank from the bottom?

A. 23rd B. 32nd

C. 24th D. 30th

E. None of these

4.In a class of 42 students, Sonam’s rank is twelfth from last. If Sona is six ranks ahead of Sonam, what is Sona’s rank from the Start?

A. 25 B. 24

C. 23 D. 26

E. None of these

5.In a row of thirty five children, A is fifteenth from the right end and there are ten children between A and D. What is D’s position from the left end of the row?

A. 32nd B. 17th

C. 23rd D. Can’t be determined

E. None of these

Directions (6-7): Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.

Indian X magazine release the ratings of top six English newspapers in India. The rating point is from 4 to 9 such that the magazine with 4 rating is the least and the magazine with 9 rating is the top in the list. Each magazine got different rating. The Hindu has more rating than Economic Times. The difference between in the ratings of Indian Express and Economic Times is half of the number of which is difference between Hindustan Times and The Hindu newspapers. Times of India has more rating than Hindustan Times. Indian Express has more rating than only two magazines. Hindustan Times is third from either top or bottom in the list. Times of India are not having highest rating point. Business Standard has rating as less than Times of India.

6.What is the difference between the rating of Hindustan Times and Business Standard?

A. 2 B. 1

C. 4 D. 3

E. None of these

7.How many newspapers are rated between Economic Times and Times of India?

A. 4 B. 3

C. 2 D. 1

E. None of these

8.Among A, B, C, D and E, each of them is different weight. D’s weight is more than only one person. B’s weight is more than E and C. A is heavier than E. C is not the lightest person. Who among the following is heaviest person?

A. B B. A

C. E D. Either A or B

E. None of these

9.Among five friends A, B, C, D, and E, B is taller than C. E is taller than A. D is shorter than A but taller than B. Who among them is third tallest person?

A. E B. C

C. B D. A

E. D

10.Harsh is 18th from the left end of a row of 37 students and Reena is 18th from the right end in the same row. How many students are there between them in the row?

A. 2 B. 3

C. 5 D. 1

E. 4

11.Sameer is 20th from the left end of a row and Arun is 12th from the right end of row. If they interchanged their positions, then arun ranks become 10 from right end. Find total number of persons in the row?

A. 30 B. 29

C. 28 D. 31

E. None of these

12.In a class of 75 students, where boys are twice that of girls. Dhanuja ranked thirteenth from top. If there are four girls ahead of Dhanuja, how many boys are after her in rank?

A. 40 B. 46

C. 42 D. 44

E. None of these

13.In a row of 60 students Bharath is 41th from right end and Chandra is 48st from left end, Rohit is exactly in the middle of Bharath and Chandra. What is the position of Rohit from left end of the row?

A. 24 B. 32

C. 34 D. 36

E. None of these

14.There were 70 students in the class. First 20 ranks were got by girls, out of 30 girls. Only 10 girls did not get any rank. Anoop took 35th rank from bottom, then what will be the rank of Anoop from top, in boys from the class?

A. 7th B. 6th

C. 5th D. 4th

E. None of these

15.Five friends are standing in a line. Nishu is taller than Riya but shorter than Pooja. Amrita is the shortest.Riya is shorter than Nishu but taller than Nikita.Who is the second tallest?

A. Amrita B. Pooja

C. Riya D. Nishu

E. None of these

16.In a queue of students facing north, Ayesha and Anisha are standing at 10th and 8th position from the left and right end respectively. If another student Ariva who is 12th from the left end is exactly in between Ayesha and Anisha then find the position of Ayesha from right end ?

A. 10th B. 11th

C. 12th D. 13th

E. None of the above

Direction (17-18): Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Six students M, N, O, P, Q and R obtained different marks in an examination. M obtained more marks than only two students. N obtained more marks than P but not the highest. R obtained more marks than only O. The one who obtained the second-highest marks obtained 220 marks. The one who obtained the second-lowest marks obtained 160 marks.

17.If M obtained 190 marks, then who among the following possibly obtained 205 marks?

A. P B. O

C. R D. Q

E. None of these

18.If the total marks of the examination is 600, then who among the following possibly obtained 40% marks?

A. M B. Q

C. Either M or O D. Either M or Q

E. None of these

Directions (19 – 20): Study the following information carefully and answer the given question.

Amongst five friends, each got a different percentage of marks in the examination. Anika scored more than Alka but less than Anjali. Anjali scored 70% marks. Anamika scored less marks than only Anshika. The one who scored the minimum marks scored 65% marks and the one who scored the highest, scored 87% marks.

19.Who is the most likely to have scored 82% marks?

A.Alka B. Anika

C. Anamika D. Anshika

E. Either Anshika or Alka

20.Who scored the second lowest marks?

A.Alka B. Anshika

C. Anamika D. Anjali

E. Anika

21.In a row of 45 boys facing South. T is eighth to the right of H, who is tenth from the right end. H is fourteenth to the right of R. What is R’s position from the left end ?

A. 21st B. 23rd

C. 24th D.13th

E. 22nd

Directions (22 – 24): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Seven people – Kannan, Balu, Mani, Kishore, Rajan, Praveen, and Sonu have different height and weight such that the tallest one is not the heaviest one. Kishore is taller than Kannan but not heavier than Sonu. Balu is heavier than Rajan but not as much tall as Mani. Praveen is heavier than Balu and Rajan but shorter than Mani and Balu. Kishore is not taller than Praveen. Sonu is not taller than Kannan and also not heavier than Rajan. Kannan is not lighter than Mani who is heavier than Balu. Mani is shorter than only one person. Praveen is not the second heaviest and is lighter than Mani.

22.Which of the following persons is the tallest?

A.Kishore B. Kannan

C. Rajan D. Sonu

E. None of these

23.Which of the following statements is/are true?

A.Kishore is heaviest B. Sonu is shortest

C. Balu is third heaviest D. All are true

E. None is true

24.How many person(s) are heavier than the one who is second shortest?

A. One B. Two

C. ThreeD. Four

E. Non

Directions (25 – 26): Answer the following question based on the statements given below.

I. There are 3 poles on each side of the road.

II. These six poles are labelled A, B, C, D, E and F.

III. The poles are of different colours namely – Golden, Silver, Metallic, Black, Bronze and White.

IV. The poles are of different heights.

V. E, the tallest pole, is exactly opposite to the golden coloured pole.

VI. The shortest pole is exactly opposite to the metallic coloured pole.

VII. F, the black coloured pole, is located between A and D.

VIII. C, the bronze coloured pole, is exactly opposite to A.

IX. B, the metallic coloured pole, is exactly opposite to F.

X. A, the white coloured pole, is taller than C but shorter than D and B.

25.What is the colour of the tallest pole?

A.Golden B. Silver

C. Bronze D. Black

E. None of these

26.Which is the second tallest pole?

A.A B. D

C. B D. D or B

E. E

Directions (27- 29): Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow.

Seven competitive eaters participated in eating and drinking competition. The persons who participated in both events were P, Q, R, S, T, U and V. The winner was to be selected based upon the time taken to complete the food/drinks. Each person completed their food/drinks in different time periods, i.e. no two persons completed their food/drinks at the same time. Each person obtained a particular position according to his performance. The one who got the top position performed better than others while one who got the lowest position performed worse. P’s position in eating competition was just above U but in drinking competition he was just below R. S’s position in drinking competition was just above V but in eating competition, he was just below T. No persons were assigned positions between P and S in both competitions. At least four persons got positions above P in eating competition and at least four persons are below him in drinking competition. R did not get the highest or the lowest position in any competition. U’s performance was better than V’s in both the competitions.

27.Who among the following got the same position both in eating and drinking competitions?

A. Only R B. Only S

C. Both R and S D. Can’t be determined

E. None of these

28.In drinking competition, how many persons performed better than Q?

A. Six B. Five

C. Four D. Can’t be determined

E. None of these

29.Which of the following combination denotes the top three ranked persons in eating competition respectively?

A. Q, R and T B. U, R and P

C. R, T and S D. P, U and V

E. None of these

30.Seven persons A, B,C, D, E, F and G participate in a series of swimming races in which the following are always true about the results :

B finishes ahead of C.

E finishes directly behind D.Either A finishes first and F last, or F following first and A last.

There are no ties in any race everyone finishes each race.

If A finishes first, and if C finishes ahead of E, then in how many different orders is it possible for the other swimmers to finish?

A. 2 B. 3

C. 4 D. 5

E. None of these

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