Mini Mock Test 7 (Maths Reasoning) – Free PDF Download



  1. A = B > U ,
  2. R < S ≤ U ,
  3. S = O = L


  1. R < A
  2. L = B
  3. L < B


  1. M ≥ C > D,
  2. Y < F = C,
  3. H ≤ J < F


  1. M > H
  2. Y = J
  3. Y < D


  • All bags are books.
  • All pens are bags.
  • All parcels are pens.
  • No books is a pencils.


  • No bag is a pencil
  • All parcels are books
  • At least some books are pens
  • All pencils being parcels is a possibility

Seven persons i.e. X, Y, A, C, M, D and S are sitting in a row such that all are facing in the north direction, who among the following sits on the right end of the row? 

  • Statements I. D sits third to right of Y. One of the immediate neighbour of D sits fifth to the right of M. S sits second to the right of A. Neither X nor C sits at the end of the  Neither X nor C are the immediate neighbours of each other.
  • Statements II. Y sits third to the left of D and both does not sit at the end of the row. S sits fourth to the right of A and one of them sits at the end of the row. C sit third to the  right of X. M is not the immediate neighbour of D.

36 Students are standing in a straight line. A, B, C, D and E are five friends among them.

How many students are standing between B and D?

  • Statement l. There are 8 students between B and E and 16 students between C and D. E is 15th from the left.
  • Statement ll. B is not standing to the right of A. C is 11th from the left and A is 16th from the right.

Eight Friends (P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W) are sitting in a circle some of them are facing the outside and some are inside.

Who is sitting 3rd to the left of Q?

  • Statement I: S and T sit opposite to each other. Immediate neighbors of S are Q and V. Q sits 3rd to the right of T. Both neighbor of T facing outside.
  • Statement II: T sits 3rd to the right of Q, who sits 2nd to the right of V, who sits immediate left of W, who sits 4th to the right of U. S sits 3rd to the right R

Seven students A through G lives in a  hostel having seven rooms stretched along  a straight line from left end to right end.

They have different rooms number  ranging from 1 to 10 (including 1 and 10)  not particularly in any order. No students  having names in English Alphabetical  order sits together.

The student who has his name beginning  from a consonant doesn’t lives at the middle. G’s room number is greater than B’s. D lives second to the right of F, who do  not live right of A. G lives at the right end  and the student living in room number 5  lives adjacent to him. C lives in room  number 4. The sum of room number of D  and F is 10. A’s room number is least. The  difference between A’s room number and  B is 8. The sum of two adjacent room  numbers is not an even number.




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