Verbal Reasoning - Mental Ability Questions


What is Verbal Reasoning: Mental Ability ?

 

Verbal Reasoning - Mental ability is one of the common topics found in most of the entrance exams. Mental ability tests our level at which we learn things, understands instructions and solve problems. Verbal Reasoning - Mental Ability Questions encloses wide range of topics: verbal reasoning (vocabulary and missing letters), Arithmetic reasoning, Blood relations, Analogy, classifications, coding and decoding, Data sufficiency, Missing characters, logical sequences, series, numbers, spontaneous reaction tests, verification of truth statements, Venn diagrams, mathematical operations, direction sense test, statements and arguments, assumption tests and more.

 

What Topics Are Included In Mental Ability Test ?

 

Mental ability questions are found commonly in competitive exams and entrance tests of APPSC Group 1 and Group2, UPSC ( Civil services, CPF(CA) ), TNPC(VAO, Group1, Group2), HPAS, WBCS, AP SI Selection process, NDA, IBPS and other Bank Exams, CAT, MAT, GMAT and other MBA entrance exams, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IT and Non IT Placement papers.

 

Mental Ability Questions should be solved by cracking logic behind them. One can gain that logical thinking by thorough practice of number of questions in different patterns, good command in vocabulary, good command in maths numbers and formulas and good understanding abilities.

 

We have a large database for you to practice on verbal reasoning - mental ability questions and answers. You can expect these questions in most of the competitive exams.


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Starting from her house a woman walks 15 Km towards South. She turns right and walks 35 km. Again she turns right and wails 15 Km. Then she turns left and walks 5km. How far is house now?

 

A) 35 B) 40
C) 50 D) 15
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) 40

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In a certain code language, if EXECUTIVE is coded as 5351695 and SCRIPT is coded as 714279, then EXIST will be coded as?

 

A) 23579 B) 97532
C) 23597 D) 53279
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) 53279

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In a certain code language, “MAID” is written as “13194” and “TEAR” is written as “205118”. How is “OHMS” written in that code language?

 

A) 198135   B) 6191312  
C) 1213195   D) 1581319
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) 1581319

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In a certain code language, 'x' represents '+', '÷' represents 'x', '-' represents '÷' and '+' represents '-'. Find out the answer to the following question.

20 + 16 x 6 ÷ 10 - 4 = ?

A) 13 B) 12
C) 30 D) 19
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) 19

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Sagar has two daughters, Lata and Asha Asha's only paternal aunt's son's grandfather is Aniket. How is Sagar related to Aniket's wife?

A) Father B) Son
C) Grandson D) Grandfather
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Son

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Rearrange the jumbled letters to make a meaningful word and then select the one which is different.

A) DNHA B) EDAH
C) THEA D) IRHA
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) THEA

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In a certain code, if PEARLS is written as 823745 and JEWELS is written as 926245, then in the same code, what will WEARS be written as?

 

A) 62573 B) 62374
C) 62375 D) 62735
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) 62375

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In a row of boys, Rahul is 31st from top and Vinod is 53rd from bottom. There are 22 boys between Vinod and Rahul. There are 15 girls in a other row. How many minimum students are there?

 

 

A) 65 B) 72
C) 75 D) 80
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) 75

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