IBPS 2017: Seating Arrangement Questions for IBPS PO PDF

Seating Arrangement Questions for IBPS PO PDF: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts Probationary Officer (PO) exam once in a year. The Common Written Exam for PO posts has two phases. One is the preliminary exam and the other one is main exam. For both the exams there will be questions on Seating Arrangement. This year, most probably the PO exam starts on October month. Approximately candidates can expect 10 to 15 questions on Seating Arrangement in upcoming IBPS PO exam. For helping candidates who are going to participate in IBPS PO Exam 2017 in their preparation, here in this article we have given the Seating Arrangement Questions for IBPS PO PDF study material. Aspirants who are not ready to miss the marks in IBPS PO Seating Arrangement Questions can make use of this information. All the Best!

IBPS PO Seating Arrangement Questions – Highlights
Exam Name IBPS PO Exam Date 7th October 2017
Authority IBPS Exam Phase Prelims, Mains & Interview
Information Model Question Website www.ibps.in

Seating Arrangement Questions for IBPS PO Pdf

IBPS PO is a nationwide examination. Applying candidates will be first issued with admit cards to participate in the preliminary exam of PO posts. Those who are scoring good cut off marks in preliminary exam shall be further issued with admit cards to participate in main examination.

In preliminary exam, for about 35 marks Reasoning questions will be asked and in main exam candidates can expect Reasoning questions for 50 marks. The Seating Arrangement questions will come under Reasoning section only. Minimum 10 to 15 seating arrangement questions would be asked in IBPS PO exam 2017. For each correct answer authorities will give 1 mark, but if you mark wrong answer about 0.25 mark per question will be deducted.

Do you want to know how Seating Arrangement questions will be asked? Read the following solved example.

Question:

L, M, N, O, P, Q, R and S are sitting in a straight line, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of them are not facing north.

(Note: Facing the same direction means if one person faces north then the other person also faces north and if one person faces south then the other person also faces south. Facing the opposite direction means if one person faces north then the other person faces south and vice-versa)

Only three persons sit between P and M. Both O and L face the same direction and O sits third to the right of L. P is not an immediate neighbour of L or O. R sits on the immediate left of M, who faces north. Q sits on the immediate right of N. Neither L nor O is an immediate neighbor of N. Both the immediate neighbours of M face opposite directions. R and Q both face the same direction. S sits second to the right of R. P is not facing the same direction as N is facing. N sits at one of the extreme ends of the line. Both R and Q face the same direction as S. Only three persons sit between R and N.

  1. How many persons are not facing north?
    1. Two
    2. Three
    3. Four 
    4. Five
    5. None of these
  2. Who among the following sit at the extreme ends of the line?
    1. P, N
    2. S, N
    3. S, P
    4. M, N
    5. None of these
  3. Who among the following sits exactly between O and the one who is third to the right of P?
    1. S
    2. M
    3. Q
    4. L
    5. None of these
  4. Who among the following is on the immediate left of S?
    1. P
    2. M
    3. Q
    4. L
    5. None of these
  5. Which of the following statements is true?
    1. Only two persons sit between N and M
    2. Only three persons sit between Q and R
    3. S faces the same direction as M
    4. L is third to the right of O
    5. None is true

Seating Arrangement

The options which are bolded are the correct answers. Do you want to know why we are saying the bolded answers are correct? Click this Seating Arrangement Questions for IBPS PO pdf link. You will get the detailed explanation for the answers for this question.

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Updated: 2017-08-16 — 4:45 pm

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