SSC CHSL Reasoning section is very similar to the questions of ssc cgl and banking exam questions. But you can expect the difficulty may be little less as CHSL is based for SSC 10+2 aspirants (Intermediate level). In SSC CHSL exam, reasoning section is named as general intelligence section, but the questions are very same. This are some of the reasoning model questions useful for CHSL exam.
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Following questions are based on five words given below ; WIT BAR URN ELF TOP (The new words formed after performing the mentioned operations may or may not necessarily be meaningful English words)
If in each of the words, all the alphabets are arranged in English alphabetical order within the word, how many words will NOT begin with a vowel?
E. More than three
How many letters are there in the English alphabetical series between second letter of the word which is second from the right and the third letter of the word which is third from the left of the given words?
If in each of the given words, each of the consonants is changed to previous letter and each vowel is changed to next letter in the English alphabetical series, in how many words thus formed will no vowels appear?
If the last alphabet in each of the words is changed to the next alphabet in the English alphabetical order, how many words having two vowels (same or different vowels) will be formed?
It the given words are arranged in the order as they would appear in a dictionary from left to right, which of the following will be fourth from the left?
What should come next in the following letter series based on English alphabet ? CEA IKG OQM ?
e)None of these
The positions of how many digits in the number 59164823 will remain unchanged after the digits are rearranged in descending order within the number ?
Question 8: In a certain code language ‘how can you go’ is written as ‘ja da ka pa’ ‘can you come here’ is written as ‘na ka sa ja’ and ‘come and go’ is written as ‘ra pa sa’. How is ‘here’ written i that code language ?
D. Data Inadequate
In a certain code DOWN is written as ‘5@9#’ and NAME is written as ‘#6%3’. How is MODE written in that code ?
e)None of these
Question 10: How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters LGEU using each letter only once in each word ?
a) None b) One c) Two d) Three e)More than three
Answers for SSC CHSL Reasoning questions
Words : WIT , BAR , URN , ELF , TOP
If all the alphabets are arranged in English alphabetical order, =>
New words = ITW , ABR , NRU , EFL , OPT Thus, there is only 1 word which does not start with vowel = NRU
=> Ans – (B)
Words : WIT , BAR , URN , ELF , TOP Second letter of the word which is second from the right = ELF Third letter of the word which is third from the left = URN There is only 1 word between L & N = M => Ans – (A)
Words : WIT , BAR , URN , ELF , TOP If each of the consonants is changed to previous letter and each vowel is changed to next letter in the English alphabetical series, => New words : VJS , ABQ , VQM , FKE , SPO Thus, there are two words which have no vowels = VJS , VQM => Ans – (C)
Sequence : WIT , BAR , URN , ELF , TOP If the last alphabet in each of the words is changed to the next alphabet in the English alphabetical order, => New words : WIU , BAS , URO , ELG , TOQ Thus, there are only two words with 2 or more vowels = WIU , URO => Ans – (C)
We just need to look at the first letter. B comes first followed by E, T, U and W. Hence the correct answer is option C.
Based on the English alphabet, the above arrangement follows the following pattern : The first alphabet in each word is
C –(+6)–> I –(+6)–> O –(+6)–> U
The second alphabet is C –(+2)–> E therefore U –(+2) –> W
And the third alphabet is C –(-2)–> A therefore U –(-2) –> S Thus, UWS will be the next letter in the series.
Lets write the original and rearranged number one below the other 59164823 98654321
So we can see that numbers whose place remains unchanged are 2 and 4, Thus the answer is 2
From first and second condition, there are two common words i.e., can & you which are coded as ‘ja’ or ‘ka’
From second and third statement, only common word is come coded as ‘sa’
Now, in the second statement, only word left is here coded as ‘na’
Looking at the above codes, we can conclude that : M – % O – @ D – 5 E – 3, therefore∴ MODE is coded as ‘%@53’
Only one. GLUE
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