Hi Friends, the exam seems to have just knocked the door. With the admit cards now available, students have become all the more agile and have started focusing on their strengths so that they can make the best use of the time they would be getting in the actual exams.  Looking at that, we bring to you two simple sets on seating arrangement that is one of the IBPS favourites and which are almost RRB type in difficulty and confusion involved before the exam so that you can get into the composure and rhythm that is required before the exams. Bank exams have now gained popularity over the years because of the sheer challenge and variety that a student gets to face.

Challenges make leaders. Come, become one with this small challenge! 🙂

1Question 1

Directions: Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a square table not necessarily in the same order such that four of them sitting at the corners face inside and the ones sitting in the middle face outside. There are two persons sitting between P and M. M is not an immediate neighbor of N. M is sitting fourth to the left of L.L is an immediate neighbor of P. S is sitting second to the right of N. There are as many people between N and Q as there are between P and S. O is not an immediate neighbor of N.

1. What is the position of S with respect to L?

1) Third to the right
2) Third to the left
3) Immediate neighbor
4) Fourth to the left
5) Second to the right

2Question 2

Directions: Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a square table not necessarily in the same order such that four of them sitting at the corners face inside and the ones sitting in the middle face outside. There are two persons sitting between P and M. M is not an immediate neighbor of N. M is sitting fourth to the left of L.L is an immediate neighbor of P. S is sitting second to the right of N. There are as many people between N and Q as there are between P and S. O is not an immediate neighbor of N.

2. If all the friends are made to sit alphabetically starting from L (L excluded) then, how many friends will retain their place?

1) One
2) Two
3) Three
4) Four
5) None

3Question 3

Directions: Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a square table not necessarily in the same order such that four of them sitting at the corners face inside and the ones sitting in the middle face outside. There are two persons sitting between P and M. M is not an immediate neighbor of N. M is sitting fourth to the left of L.L is an immediate neighbor of P. S is sitting second to the right of N. There are as many people between N and Q as there are between P and S. O is not an immediate neighbor of N.

3. Four of the following are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions and so form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to the group?

1) L
2) R
3) M
4) Q
5) O

4Question 4

Directions: Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a square table not necessarily in the same order such that four of them sitting at the corners face inside and the ones sitting in the middle face outside. There are two persons sitting between P and M. M is not an immediate neighbor of N. M is sitting fourth to the left of L.L is an immediate neighbor of P. S is sitting second to the right of N. There are as many people between N and Q as there are between P and S. O is not an immediate neighbor of N.

4. If O and S exchange their places, then who will be the 7th to the right of O?

1) L
2) M
3) R
4) S
5) N

5Question 5

Directions: Eight friends L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a square table not necessarily in the same order such that four of them sitting at the corners face inside and the ones sitting in the middle face outside. There are two persons sitting between P and M. M is not an immediate neighbor of N. M is sitting fourth to the left of L.L is an immediate neighbor of P. S is sitting second to the right of N. There are as many people between N and Q as there are between P and S. O is not an immediate neighbor of N.

5. Which of the following three face inward along with L?

1) O, M, R
2) N, S, Q
3) P, R, S
4) O, Q, N
5) R, S, M

6Question 6

Directions: Out of nine people sitting in a row, four are facing southward and the rest to the north. F faces north and is an immediate neighbor of the two who face south and who are not D and I. B sits third to the left of the one who sits in the centre. C and H are immediate neighbours and face north and south respectively. There are as many people between D and F as there are between F and I. B and H are not sitting at any of the corners. D is seventh to the right of H. The person between A and G is exactly in the centre of the row and does not face south. E faces south and is seventh from the left end.

6. Who sits between B and E?

1) D
2) C
3) H
4) None of the above
5) There is no one sitting between them

7Question 7

Directions: Out of nine people sitting in a row, four are facing southward and the rest to the north. F faces north and is an immediate neighbor of the two who face south and who are not D and I. B sits third to the left of the one who sits in the centre. C and H are immediate neighbours and face north and south respectively. There are as many people between D and F as there are between F and I. B and H are not sitting at any of the corners. D is seventh to the right of H. The person between A and G is exactly in the centre of the row and does not face south. E faces south and is seventh from the left end.

7. Which of the following group is not same as the other four based on their seating positions?

1) I and H
2) F and A
3) B and E
4) A and E
5) C and G

8Question 8

Directions: Out of nine people sitting in a row, four are facing southward and the rest to the north. F faces north and is an immediate neighbor of the two who face south and who are not D and I. B sits third to the left of the one who sits in the centre. C and H are immediate neighbours and face north and south respectively. There are as many people between D and F as there are between F and I. B and H are not sitting at any of the corners. D is seventh to the right of H. The person between A and G is exactly in the centre of the row and does not face south. E faces south and is seventh from the left end.

8. If all the people facing the north change their directions from north to south, what will be the position G with respect to I?

1) Third to the left
2) Third to the right
3) Immediate left
4) Fourth to the right
5) Immediate right

9Question 9

Directions: Out of nine people sitting in a row, four are facing southward and the rest to the north. F faces north and is an immediate neighbor of the two who face south and who are not D and I. B sits third to the left of the one who sits in the centre. C and H are immediate neighbours and face north and south respectively. There are as many people between D and F as there are between F and I. B and H are not sitting at any of the corners. D is seventh to the right of H. The person between A and G is exactly in the centre of the row and does not face south. E faces south and is seventh from the left end.

9. How many people who face north are sitting between E and C?

1) Three
2) Two
3) Four
4) One
5) No one

10Question 10

Directions: Out of nine people sitting in a row, four are facing southward and the rest to the north. F faces north and is an immediate neighbor of the two who face south and who are not D and I. B sits third to the left of the one who sits in the centre. C and H are immediate neighbours and face north and south respectively. There are as many people between D and F as there are between F and I. B and H are not sitting at any of the corners. D is seventh to the right of H. The person between A and G is exactly in the centre of the row and does not face south. E faces south and is seventh from the left end.

10. If D and H exchange their positions, who will be sitting fifth to the right of H?

1) B
2) C
3) G
4) A
5) F

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