Practice Test


1) Which is the number in the circle only ?


2) Which is the number in the triangle only ?


3) Which is the number in the rectangle only ?


4) The number which only in triangle and rectangle is ?


5) Which is the number only in circle and rectangle ?


6) Which is the number only in circle and triangle ?


7) Which is the number in circle, triangle and triangle ?


8) How many students have passed in English subject ?


9) How many students have passed in Mathematics ?


10) How many students have passed in Science subject ?


11) How many students passed both in English and Science subjects ?


12) How many students passed both in English and Mathematics ?


13) How many students have passed in English, Mathematics and Science ?


14) How many students have passed in only one subject ?


15) How many students have passed only in one English subject ?


16) How many students have passed in any two subjects ?


17) How many students have passed only in Mathematics, one subject ?


18) How many students have passed only in one Science - subject ?


19) How many students have failed in English only one subject ?


20) How many students have failed in Mathematics only one subject ?


21) How many students have failed in Science only one subject ?


22) How many students have failed in two subjects ?


23) How many students have failed in both English and Mathematics ?


24) How many students have failed in both English and Science subject ?


25) How many students have failed in Mathematics and Science both the subjects ?


26) What is the value of A ?


27) What is the value of B ?


28) What is the value of C ?


29) What is the value of E ?


30) What is the minimum value of C ?


31) What is the minimum value of A ?


32) What is the minimum value of A + B ?


33) Students, Boys, Girls


34) Lizard, Pigeon, Mice


35) Swings, Flowers, Garden


36) Table, Chair, Furniture


37) Elephant, Lion, Jungle


38) Bharat, Osmanbad, Maharashtra


39) Words, Book, Pages


40) Horse, Stable, Rider


41) Court, Pledger, Teacher


42) Lime, Cement, brick


43) Who among the following politicians are not members of the Parliament ?


44) Who among the following are graduates or teachers but not politicians ?


45) Who among the following graduates are politicians as well as teachers ?


46) Who among the members of Parliament is a graduate as well as a teacher ?


47) Who among the following politicians are neither teachers nor graduates ?


48) Urban people who are hard working and educated are represented by the number


49) Urban people who are hard working and educated but not honest :


50) Non-urban educated people who are neither hard working nor honest are represented by


51) Urban educated people who are neither honest nor hard working


52) Honest, educated and educated non-urban people are represented by


53) Non-urban people who are honest and hard working but not educated are indicated by


54) Non-urban educated, hard working and honest people are indicated by


55) Urban hard working people who are neither educated nor honest :


56) Uneducated urban hard-working honest people are


57) Hard working non-urban people who are neither educated nor honest are indicated by


58) Some engineers are teacher


59) Some teachers are graduates.


60) Some engineers are graduates.


61) Some graduates engineers are teachers.


62) Some teachers are neither engineers nor graduates.


63) Doctor, Male, Actor


64) Table, Furniture, Chair


65) Father, Mother, Child


66) Gold, Ornament, Silver


67) Rose, Flower, Lotus


68) Elephants, Wolves, Animals


69) Pigeons, Birds, Sparrows


70) Mango, Cauliflower, Vegetables


71) Liquid, Milk, Wine


72) Dogs, Horses, Puppies


73) Robbers, Terrorists, Antisocial people


74) Father, Brother, Human beings


75) Food, Noodles, Idlis


76) Hero, Heroine, Story


77) Farce, Satire, Humour


78) Women, Mothers, Widows


79) Writers, Novelists, Dramatists


80) Beverages, coffee, Tea


81) Students, Players, Girls


82) Games, Athletes, Sports


83) Words, Verbs, Prepositions


84) Servants, Honest, Dishonest


85) Eyes, Nose, Face


86) Demolition, Destruction, Construction


87) Coins, Currency notes, Money


88) Bed, Ward, Hospital


89) Copper, Iron, Metal


90) Male child, Female child, Children


91) Sentence, Paragraph and Page


92) Painter, Dancer, Artiste


93) Indian Constitution, Directive Principles, Fundamental Duties


94) Sweet eatables, Bitter eatables, Fruits


95) Scientist, Nuclear Physicist, Men


96) Major, Major General, Army officer


97) Red, Blue, Colours


98) Day, Week, Month


99) Hands, Watch, Time Keepers


100) The Gita, The Bible, Religious Books


101) Fish, Whale, Aquatic Animals


102) Cars, Scooters, Means of Conveyance


103) Elephants, Wolves, Animals


104) Brinjal, Meat, Vegetables.


105) Doctors, Nurse, Human being


106) Antisocial elements, Pick pockets, Black mailers.


107) Musicians, Instrumentalists, Violinists.


108) Pigeons, Birds, Dogs.


109) Diseases, Leprosy, Scurvy


110) Yak, Zebra, Bear.


111) Mercury, Mars, Planets.


112) Triangle, Four sided figures, square.