Seating Arrangement Questions
Seating Arrangement Questions: Reasoning Quiz

Seating Arrangement Questions for all banking and insurance examinations.

Seating Arrangement – Reasoning

Different types of sitting arrangements have seen earlier. Now this is another model of sitting arrangement i.e., three bench seating, three car seating etc. These type of seating arrangement can be very important in all Banking such as SBI Clerk, SBI PO, IBPS PO, Specialist officers and in Insurance Grade B officers, Assistants etc. From this section at least 5 questions will come for sure. In almost all bank exams ,under reasoning section, there will be at least 3-5 questions from ‘seating arrangements‘.These questions are a bit time consuming. Especially in bank PO (probationary officer) exams ,seating arrangement  questions will be little tricky and confusing.While solving these questions you need to apply 100% of your concentration.Otherwise it can steal away your precious time.

Cases of Sitting Arrangement

  1. Circle
  2. Square
  3. Rectangle
  4. Lines
  5. Bench/Cars Sitting Arrangement
  6. How to Solve Sitting Arrangement Questions

    1. Read all statements.
    2. Identify specific statements.(Specific statements are that statements which clearly defines the relative positions of one or more persons.)
    3. Convert the specific statements into a diagram.
    4. Incorporate other statement into the diagram.
    5. Check whether all statements are true in the diagram drawn.

    A Solved Example

    P, Q, R, S and T are sitting on a bench. P is sitting next to Q, R is sitting next to S, S is not sitting with T who is on the left end of the bench. R is on the second position from the right. P is to the right of Q and T. P and R are sitting together. In which position P is sitting ?

    Step 1: Here in this question specific statements are-
    1. “S is not sitting with T who is on the left end of the bench”,because from this statement it is clear that T is sitting at left end.
    2.And second specific statement “R is on the second position from the right”

    Step2:To proceed further combine statement “P is sitting next to Q” and “P and R are sitting together”
    Step3:Now only one position is vacant.Place remaining person there.
    Step4:Verify whether all statements are satisfied in the diagram drawn.
    Answer: P is sitting in the middle

    Seating Arrangement Questions and Quiz:


    There are two set of puzzle, each contains five questions. Now study the following puzzles and to solve the questions.


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    In an election survey,30% people promised to vote candidate A and remaining promised to vote for candidate B. If on the day of election x% percent of people who promised to vote for A, voted for B and 40% of people who promised to vote B voted against him and in the end B lost by 10 votes.What is value of x,if total 250 votes were casted?

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  4. how to Solve

    Shyam is travelling on his cycle and has calculated to reach point ‘A’ at 2 PM If he travels at 10 kmph. he will reach there at 12 noon if he travels at 15 kmph. At what speed must he travel to reach point ‘A’ at 1 PM:

  5. Kowsalya
    The question is not complete yet, and that’s why Answer will be (4) Cannot be determined

  6. Ya Sir..It’s Correct…This Question Asked In SBI 2009 Question…

    Cost of 10 calculators and 12

    watches is Rs. 11,100. What is

    the cost of 30 calculators and 35

    watches ?

    (1) Rs. 33,600

    (2) Rs. 33,650

    (3) Rs. 32,600

    (4) Cannot be determined

    (5) None of these

  7. how to solve this question

    Cost of 10 calculators and 12

    watches is Rs. 11,100. What is

    the cost of 30 calculators and 35

    watches ?

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