30 Syllogism and Coding Decoding Questions for IBPS RRB 2022 Exam, Download PDF

By Amrit Gouda|Updated : June 15th, 2022

Syllogism and coding-decoding are the two most important topics of the Reasoning section for the upcoming IBPS RRB 2022 exam. Keeping this thing in mind, we are providing the questions for Syllogism and Coding-Decoding. These two topics are two easy-to-solve and scoring topics. Thus you can download the Syllogism and Coding-Decoding questions PDF to improve the preparation level for the IBPS RRB exam.

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The questions of syllogism shared here are of the latest exam pattern i.e. cases of few, a few, and many more. As we all know that IBPS RRB 2022 exam is starting in August 2022, so it's high time to utilize all your time in preparing for the exam. 

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Plan these few days wisely giving equal importance to all the subjects and their topics. Also, you need to practice as many mocks as you can and analyze the solutions. Along with giving mocks, download the Syllogism questions PDF to boost your exam preparation.

Importance of Syllogism & Coding Decoding for IBPS RRB 2022 Exam

As syllogism and coding-decoding are two of the most important subjects of the IBPS RRB exam, you should know the importance of these chapters and prepare accordingly.

  • Syllogism and coding-decoding are 2 of the most fundamental chapters of the reasoning section in bank exams.
  • The syllogism consists of around 4-5 marks in prelim and main of IBPS RRB 2022.
  • Similarly, Coding-decoding will consist of around 4-5 marks in prelim as well main.
  • For syllogism, there are some basic concepts. You just need to understand these concepts and practice questions.
  • For coding, there is not such a basic concept. You need to practice as many questions as possible to understand the pattern.

Syllogism & Coding Decoding Questions for IBPS RRB Exam

Some portions of the PDF is provided below:

Direction (6 – 10): In the following question, some statements are followed by some conclusions. Assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the following conclusions follow the given statements and choose the appropriate answer choice.

6. Statements:
No doctor is an engineer.
Some engineers are teachers.
Some teachers are bankers.
Conclusions:
I. All engineers being a banker is a possibility.
II. There is a possibility that some bankers are doctors.
A. If both conclusions I and II follow
B. If only conclusion II follows.
C. If conclusion Either I or II follows.
D. If the only conclusion I follow.
E. If conclusion Neither I nor II follows.

Solution:

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Conclusions:
I. All engineers being bankers is a possibility.

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II.There is a possibility that some bankers are doctors.

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7. Statements:
No doctor is an engineer.
Some engineers are teachers.
Some teachers are bankers.
Conclusions:
I. Some teachers are doctors.
II. No teacher is a doctor.
A. If only conclusion I follow.
B. If only conclusion II follows.
C. If both conclusions I and II follow.
D. If conclusion Neither I nor II follows.
E. If conclusion Either I or II follows.

Solution:

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Conclusions:
I. Some teachers are doctors.

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II. No teacher is a doctor.

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8. Statements:
Some chocolates are candies.
Some toffees are gems.
Some candies are gems.
Conclusions:
I. At least some gems are chocolates.
II. All gems being chocolates as well as candy are a possibility.
A. If both conclusions I and II follow
B. If only conclusion II follows.
C. If conclusion Neither I nor II follows.
D. If conclusion Either I or II follows.
E. If only conclusion I follow.

Solution:

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Conclusions:
I. At least some gems are chocolates.

II. All gems being chocolates as well as candy are a possibility.

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9. Statements:
Some chocolates are candies.
Some toffees are gems.
Some candies are gems.
Conclusions:
I. At least some gems are chocolates.
II. All candies are toffees.
A. If only conclusion II follows.
B. If both conclusions I and II follow
C. If conclusion Either I or II follows.
D. If conclusion Neither I nor II follows.
E. If only conclusion I follow.

Solution:

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From the above Venn diagram, neither I nor II conclusions follow. So the answer is option D.

10. Statements:
Some tables are chairs.
No chair is a box.
Some boxes are drawers.
Conclusions:
I. Some drawers are tables.
II. No table is a drawer.
A. If both conclusions I and II follow
B. If conclusion Neither I nor II follows.
C. If conclusion Either I or II follows.
D. If only conclusion II follows.
E. If only conclusion I follow.

Solution:

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Conclusions:
I. Some drawers are tables.

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II. No table is a drawer.

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FAQs

  • An example of a syllogism for IBPS RRB exam 2022 is "All mammals are animals. All elephants are mammals. Therefore, all elephants are animals." Start preparation for a syllogism to score good marks in the IBPS RRB exam.

  • In IBPS RRB exam 2022, you can expect around 4-5 questions from the syllogism in prelim as well as main. As the chapter is very important, you should prepare this properly by clearing the underlined concept.

  • You can download the syllogism and coding-decoding PDF for the IBPS RRB exam 2022 by clicking the link provided in this article. Attempt all the questions provided in the PDF with a timer and match your answers with the solutions provided.

  • You can expect around 4-5 questions of coding-decoding in the upcoming IBPS RRB exam 2022. Also you may encounter some high-level coding-decoding questions in the IBPS RRB Mains exam.

  • First, go through the previous year's questions of some of the major Bank exams. Observe the level and pattern of questions asked. Then read the important concepts and theories from any standard book and practice as many questions as possible.

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