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# Mega Reasoning Weekly Revision Quiz :: Score 10/10

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Question 1

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Seven friends – Chandani, Diksha, Hemant, Kashish, Mahesh, Nitin and Rohan are comparing their scores of an exam. Following is the information about their scores.

(i) Each of them scored a distinct mark.
(ii) Kashish scored the same marks as the average of the marks scored by Chandani and Diksha where Chandani scored more than Diksha.
(iii) Both Mahesh and Nitin scored less than Hemant but more than Rohan and the marks scored by Rohan is not the least.
(iv)The number of persons who scored more than Kashish is the same as the number of persons who scored less than Kashish.
(v) Chandani scored less than Mahesh.
Who scored the second highest marks among them?

Question 2

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Seven friends – Chandani, Diksha, Hemant, Kashish, Mahesh, Nitin and Rohan are comparing their scores of an exam. Following is the information about their scores.

(i) Each of them scored a distinct mark.
(ii) Kashish scored the same marks as the average of the marks scored by Chandani and Diksha where Chandani scored more than Diksha.
(iii) Both Mahesh and Nitin scored less than Hemant but more than Rohan and the marks scored by Rohan is not the least.
(iv)The number of persons who scored more than Kashish is the same as the number of persons who scored less than Kashish.
(v) Chandani scored less than Mahesh.
How many persons scored more marks than Chandani?

Question 3

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Seven friends – Chandani, Diksha, Hemant, Kashish, Mahesh, Nitin and Rohan are comparing their scores of an exam. Following is the information about their scores.

(i) Each of them scored a distinct mark.
(ii) Kashish scored the same marks as the average of the marks scored by Chandani and Diksha where Chandani scored more than Diksha.
(iii) Both Mahesh and Nitin scored less than Hemant but more than Rohan and the marks scored by Rohan is not the least.
(iv)The number of persons who scored more than Kashish is the same as the number of persons who scored less than Kashish.
(v) Chandani scored less than Mahesh.
How many persons are there whose scores are between the scores of Nitin and Diksha?

Question 4

Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Seven friends – Chandani, Diksha, Hemant, Kashish, Mahesh, Nitin and Rohan are comparing their scores of an exam. Following is the information about their scores.

(i) Each of them scored a distinct mark.
(ii) Kashish scored the same marks as the average of the marks scored by Chandani and Diksha where Chandani scored more than Diksha.
(iii) Both Mahesh and Nitin scored less than Hemant but more than Rohan and the marks scored by Rohan is not the least.
(iv)The number of persons who scored more than Kashish is the same as the number of persons who scored less than Kashish.
(v) Chandani scored less than Mahesh.
Which of the following is true?

Question 5

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

* A is the sister of R. N is the brother of R.
* N is the son of M. M is married to G. G is the daughter of P.
* G has only one daughter. P is married to F.
* N is the brother of E. E is married to D.
If X is the brother of F, then how is P related to X?

Question 6

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

* A is the sister of R. N is the brother of R.
* N is the son of M. M is married to G. G is the daughter of P.
* G has only one daughter. P is married to F.
* N is the brother of E. E is married to D.
How is D related to A?

Question 7

What should come next in the following number series?

9 1 8 2 7 3 6 5 9 1 8 2 7 3 6 5 9 1 8 2 7 3 6 5 9 1 8 2 7

Question 8

Direction: Follow the given information to answer the questions.

Six girls A, B, C, D, E and F sitting in a row and all facing south direction. They are sitting in ascending order of their heights from left to right. A is not the tallest but sitting exactly between F and B, who is sitting third to the left of C. E is the immediate neighbour of A and B and C is the second tallest.
What is the position of D with respect to B?

Question 9

Direction: Follow the given information to answer the questions.

Six girls A, B, C, D, E and F sitting in a row and all facing south direction. They are sitting in ascending order of their heights from left to right. A is not the tallest but sitting exactly between F and B, who is sitting third to the left of C. E is the immediate neighbour of A and B and C is the second tallest.
Who is sitting exactly between A and C?

Question 10

Direction: Follow the given information to answer the questions.

Six girls A, B, C, D, E and F sitting in a row and all facing south direction. They are sitting in ascending order of their heights from left to right. A is not the tallest but sitting exactly between F and B, who is sitting third to the left of C. E is the immediate neighbour of A and B and C is the second tallest.
How many girls are sitting between A and B?
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