Logic Games Practice Test 1


Paragraph for questions 1 to 5

Minnie has to use a combination of four colours to prepare a card. The colours available are white, red, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple and pink.

If white or red is chosen, the other must also be chosen.

Blue and green cannot be chosen together.

Either blue or white or both must be chosen.

Purple cannot be chosen with pink or without red.

Question 1

Which of the following combination conforms to the conditions?

  1. white blue green pink
  2. white yellow orange purple
  3. red blue pink orange
  4. blue green orange red
  5. blue yellow pink orange

Correct Answer: E

Question 2

If green is chosen which of the following pairs of colours must also be chosen?

  1. white and red
  2. white and blue
  3. purple and blue
  4. blue and yellow
  5. yellow and orange

Correct Answer: A

Question 3

If yellow is chosen which of the following combinations of colours could also be chosen?

  1. White, purple and blue
  2. Purple, white and orange
  3. Orange, red and blue
  4. Pink, blue and orange
  5. White, orange and pink

Correct Answer: D

Question 4

If blue and pink are chosen how many combinations can be made?

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Correct Answer: B

Question 5

If orange is chosen and only three colours are to be chosen then which of the following colours can not be chosen?

  1. purple
  2. blue
  3. green
  4. yellow
  5. pink

Correct Answer: C

Paragraph for questions 6 to 10

"Tina has to arrange seven books on a shelf from left to right. The books are of seven subjects: Maths, English reader, English grammar, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and History.

Math cannot be placed immediately next to Physics.

English grammar cannot be placed immediately next to History.

Chemistry should be placed somewhere to the left of Biology.

English reader must be placed in the rightmost position.

Question 6

If Chemistry and Physics are placed third and fourth, respectively, from the left, then Maths must be in either of the following pairs of positions

  1. First and second
  2. First and sixth
  3. Second and fifth
  4. Second and sixth
  5. Fifth and sixth

Correct Answer: A

Question 7

Which of the following is an acceptable arrangement of the first four books, from left to right?

  1. Maths, Chemistry, History, English grammar
  2. English grammar, Biology, History,Chemistry
  3. Physics, Maths, Chemistry, Biology
  4. Chemistry, Maths, English grammar, English reader
  5. History, Physics, Chemistry, English grammar

Correct Answer: E

Question 8

Any of the following can be placed sixth from left except

  1. Maths
  2. English grammar
  3. Physics
  4. Chemistry
  5. Biology

Correct Answer: D

Question 9

If Chemistry, is placed first, English grammar third and Maths fifth from left which of the following must be true?

  1. There are two ways of arranging the remaining books.
  2. There is only one way of arranging the remaining books.
  3. Physics is placed immediately to the left of English reader.
  4. Biology is placed immediately to the left of English grammar.
  5. History is placed immediately to the left of maths.

Correct Answer: B

Question 10

If the first three books placed are physics, chemistry, and maths respectively then which of the following must be true?

  1. English reader is placed sixth from left.
  2. English grammar is placed fourth from left
  3. Biology is placed fifth from left
  4. History is placed fifth from left
  5. History is placed sixth from left

Correct Answer: C

Question 11

If English grammar is placed fourth from left then in how many places can History be placed?

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

Correct Answer: B

Question 12

If English grammar is placed somewhere to the left of chemistry and chemistry is placed somewhere to the left of physics then which of the following must be true?

  1. English grammar is one of the first three books from the left.
  2. Physics is one of the last three books from the left.
  3. Chemistry is one of the first three books from the left.
  4. Biology is placed immediately after physics.
  5. History is placed immediately after physics.

Correct Answer: A

Paragraph for questions 11 to 15

"Three parrots of colours red, green and blue and two sparrows of colours brown and black pop out from six windows in a wall clock in six different fashions, once in each hour. Two birds pop out in the first hour, two in the second, one in the third, two in the fourth, one in the fifth and two in the sixth.

No bird comes out in two consecutive hours or more than two times in six hours.

The first hour in which the brown sparrow appears is the one that comes before the one in which the blue parrot appears for the first time.

The second hour in which the brown sparrow appears is the one that comes after the one in which the blue parrot appears for the second time.

When two birds come out it is either two parrots or two sparrows or a parrot and a sparrow.

Question 13

Which one of the following is a complete and accurate list of the hours which could be the last ones in which the blue parrot pops out?

  1. third
  2. fourth
  3. fifth
  4. third, fourth
  5. fourth, fifth

Correct Answer: E

Question 14

If the two sparrows appear together twice then which of the following is true?

  1. They appear in the first and sixth hours.
  2. They appear in the first and fifth hours.
  3. They appear in the second and third hours.
  4. They appear in the third and fourth hours.
  5. They appear in the first three hours.

Correct Answer: A

Question 15

If the black sparrow pops out in fifth hour, the fourth hour consists of

  1. Two parrots
  2. Two sparrows
  3. The brown sparrow and a parrot
  4. The green parrot and a sparrow
  5. The blue parrot and a sparrow.

Correct Answer: A