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Wednesday 16 December 2020

Brain training logic puzzles

Brain training logic puzzles

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Reasoning puzzle based question bank is an integral part of Reasoning Ability Section for SSC, Insurance, RRB and other major government exams conducted in the country.

A minimum of two puzzle-based questions are asked in the exam and each of them is followed by some sub-sections. Therefore, if a candidate manages to solve a puzzle correctly, he can score at least 4-5 marks in the Reasoning section.

There are various other subjects which are a part of Reasoning Ability or General Intelligence section. Candidates can check the list of exams in which it is included along with important topics on the Logical Reasoning page.

With increased competition, standards for competitive exams have also increased and complex questions on puzzles cover a major part of the reasoning section.

Thus, to help candidates solve questions based on puzzles more efficiently, we have given more than 30 questions based on logic puzzles in this article along with their solutions.

Apart from riddles, questions based on seating arrangement are also equally important. To get more seating questions with their solutions, candidates can visit the linked article.
The concept of rational puzzle is based entirely on logical analysis of the data given in the puzzle. Candidates only need to consider the information described in the question and answer them accordingly.

Candidates can now refer to the questions given below and solve these practice questions and become more accurate and proficient in puzzle based questions for Reasoning section.

Directions (Q1 - Q5): Read the data given below carefully and answer the following questions:

Eight friends Vandana, Aparna, Devika, Arunima, Charu, Nandita, Sagarika and Fatima went shopping.

They each bought shoes from 8 different brands - Puma, Reebok, Adidas, Bata, Nike, Woodland, Lee Cooper and Phila but not necessarily in the same order
Each pair of shoes had a different color - black, white, brown, pink, green, gray, blue and purple but not necessarily in the same order
Devika did not buy purple shoes but shop from woodland
Vandana and Charu did not buy brown shoes
Vandana is not like Puma
Fatima is not like the film, but bought a pink pair of shoes
Aparna's favorite color is blue and she has bought her favorite color shoes.
Nandita shop for Bata
Arunima loves Adidas and bought her gray colored shoes from there
Reaper shopkeeper has brown shoes and green shopper shopped at Puma
The one who likes Naik bought black shoes
Q 1. Which of the given sets is incorrect?

Vandana - Naik - Black
Devika - Woodland - White
Nandita - Bata - Purple
Charu - bata - green
Arunima - Adidas - Gray
Q 2. Which brand of shoes did Devika buy?

Lee cooper
Q 3. If Fatima bought shoes from Lee Cooper. What color was the shoe he bought?

Q 4. Which of the pairs given below the shoe brand and their color is correct?

Reebok - Black
Puma - Green
Nike - Pink
Woodland - Green
Lee Cooper - Blue
Q 5. What color shoes did Arunima buy?


Seven people live on different floors of the 7-story building, each of them from different states.

Ashima, Akshat, Arpan, Ashmika, Adya, Anant and Arima are seven people belonging to Uttar Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Mango, Assam and Madhya Pradesh, not in the same order.
Only three people live on the floor where Ashima lives
Only one person lives between Ashima and one who belongs to Assam
Anant belongs to Arunachal Pradesh
The one who belongs to Arunachal Pradesh lives on an even numbered floor
Only three people live between Punjab and Assam
Aaradhya lives immediately above Arpan and Adya is not from Punjab

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