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# Logical Reasoning Test Questions for Competitive Exams

Rajesh Bhatia10 months ago 1.3K Views

Logical reasoning is a fundamental cognitive ability that involves analyzing information, recognizing patterns, drawing conclusions, and making logical deductions. Our blog presents a wide array of question types commonly found in logical reasoning tests, including logical puzzles, syllogisms, analogies, series completion, and more. Through our carefully curated selection of test questions, we strive to enhance your critical thinking abilities, improve your decision-making skills, and boost your overall logical reasoning aptitude. Each question is accompanied by clear explanations and step-by-step solutions to help you understand the underlying principles and techniques involved.

## Logical Reasoning Test

In this article Logical Reasoning Test Questions for Competitive Exams, we aim to provide you with a valuable resource for honing your logical thinking and problem-solving skills. Whether you're preparing for a job interview, an aptitude test, or simply looking to sharpen your mental acuity, our blog offers a diverse range of logical reasoning test questions to challenge and engage your mind.

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## Logical Reasoning Test Questions for Competitive Exams

Q :

Select the option that is true about the Statements and Conclusions given:
Statements:
All papers are sheets
All sheets are books

Conclusions:
I. All papers are books
II. All books are papers

(A) neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

(B) both conclusion I and II follows

(C) only conclusion II follows

(D) only conclusion I follows

Correct Answer : D

Q :

Select the option that is true about the Statements and Conclusions given:

Statements:

Some animals are birds

All creatures are birds

Conclusions:

I. All animals are birds

II. Some birds are creatures

(A) only conclusion II follows

(B) only conclusion I follows

(C) neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

(D) both conclusion I and II follows

Correct Answer : A

Q :

Select the option that is true about the Statements and Conclusions given:
Statements:
All pillars are walls
All walls are houses

Conclusions:
I. All houses are pillars
II. All pillars are houses

(A) neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

(B) both conclusion I and II follows

(C) only conclusion II follows

(D) only conclusion I follows

Correct Answer : C

Q :

Two statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You should take both the statements to be true even if there is a difference of commonly known facts. You decide which of the given conclusions is definitely taken from the given statements.

Statements:

(i) All pens are pencils.

(ii) All books are pencils.

Conclusions:

I: All pens are books.

II: Some books are pens.

(A) Only conclusion I follows.

(B) Only conclusion II follows.

(C) Both conclusions I and II follow.

(D) Neither conclusion I nor II follows.

Correct Answer : D

Q :

Consider the given statement to be true and decide which of the conclusion(s) logically follows from the statement.

Statements:

1. No sweet is biscuit.

2. No biscuit is cake.

Conclusions:

1. Some sweets can be biscuits.

2. All biscuit can be cake.

(A) Only conclusion (1) follows.

(B) Only conclusion (2) follows.

(C) Both conclusion (1) and conclusion (2) follow.

(D) Neither conclusion (1) nor conclusion (2) follow.

Correct Answer : D

Q :

Given below are two statements. Take these to be true, even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions that follow and decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements.

Statements:

All sweets are biscuits.

All biscuits are cakes.

Conclusions:

1. All cakes are biscuits.

2. All sweets are cakes.

(A) Only conclusion (1) follows.

(B) Only conclusion (2) follows.

(C) Both conclusions (1) and (2) follow.

(D) Nothing can be said.

Correct Answer : B

Q :

Statement:
Should schools in India have only one board of
education?
Arguments:
I) Yes, it will create uniformity and equality in education.
II No, it will reduce chances of either quality education or/and may affect literacy rate

(A) Only argument I is strong

(B) Either argument I or II is strong

(C) Only argument II is strong

(D) Neither argument I nor II is strong

Correct Answer : C

Q :

Statement:
Should India make efforts to harness solar energy to fulfil its energy requirements?
Arguments:
Yes, Most of the energy sources used at present is exhaustible.
No. Harnessing solar energy requires a lot of capital, which India lacks in.

(A) Either I or II is strong

(B) Neither I nor II is strong

(C) Only argument I is strong

(D) Only argument II is strong

Correct Answer : C

Q :

Assertion
(A): I came late today.
Reason
(R): It was raining.

(A) If A is true but R is false.

(B) If A is false but R is true.

(C) If both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(D) If both A and R are true and R is not the correct explanation of A.

Correct Answer : C

Q :

Here a statement is followed by two arguments 1 and 2. You have to decide which argument is a 'strong argument' and which is a 'weak argument'. Give Answer –

Statement: Should student union elections be banned in universities?

Argument

1. Yes, it will be helpful in creating an academic environment in the universities.

2. No, we will not get any politicians in future.

(A) Only argument 1 is strong.

(B) Only argument 2 is strong.

(C) Neither argument 1 nor 2 is strong.

(D) Both 1 and 2 are strong arguments.

Correct Answer : A