1. C
Let us take a look at the chart.

Peter alone, followed by Nicholas, Peter and Antonio together - This can make up the casts in two consecutive skits.

2. A
In case Peter appears solo in the first and fourth skits, then it is logically true that he appears in all of the first four skits. B, C and D appear to be true in all probabilities, but not in actuality. If Peter is there in the 1st and the 4th then he has to be there in the 2nd and 3rd as well - in order to perform a complete role.

3. B
It follows very logically that Peter and Antonio together must be the cast in at least two of the first five skits.

4. C
If there are three skits of whom, two are having the same cast, they cannot appear consecutively for more than 6 in the program. So 7 specifies greatest number of skits of which no two have the same cast.

5. D
It follows very logically that Antonio appears with at least one of the other performers in each of her skits, if N and P each appear exactly twice as many times as does A. So D is the statement which is true in the given assumption.

6. E
If A comes one more time than does P, and P one more time than N, it is obviously true that all three performers appear together in three skits.



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