PRACTICE TEST 4

Section III : Analytical Section

1. B
The conditions prescribed must be studied thoroughly.

The order of her visit could be G 1st, L - 2nd I in 3rd place (as mentioned in the condition) H (because it must be before K and or as mentioned) K and J. Hence choice B is the perfect choice. Choices A, C and D do not have I in the 3rd order of visit. So they are incorrect. Choice E although shows I in the 3rd place, it has J before H. So, it is incorrect. Hence B is the perfect choice for the order of her visit.

2. A
Choice B comes in as the second best answer. But G has to be her first place of visit because the condition states that it is before H, J, K. So, this is more pertinent.

3. A
After her visit to L she has to visit G because G has to be before H, J and K with I in 3rd place.

4. E
By using the process of elimination, A, B and C get deleted. Choice D, is incorrect because if she visits J second, she cannot visit G and H before that. The choice E with K in the sixth place, does not violate any of the given conditions.

5. D
J has to be in the fifth place because G, H and I have all to be before K and J. If L has to be before J and K after that (and I in the 3rd place as laid down in the condition) - the order of her visit has to be G H I L J K.

6. B
If L has to be in the sixth place, then G and K have to be first and second in the order. Read the conditions properly once again. G before H and K, H before J and I in the 3rd place, the order of her visit would be G K I H J L.



Test 4
Section 1 : Verbal Section
Section 2 : Quantitative Section
Section 3 : Analytical Section
Section 4 : Quantitative Section
Section 5 : Verbal Section
Section 6 : Analytical Section
Section 7 : Analytical Section