## Verbal Reasoning

• Coding-Decoding
• Analogy
• Classification
• Alphabet Test
• Word Formation
• Sitting Arrangement
• Direction Sense Test
• Number Ranking And Time Sequence Test
• Puzzles
• Number Series
• Inserting the missing Character

## Coding-Decoding

Coding is System of signals.This is a method of transmitting information in the form of codes or signals without it being known by third person

## Mock Test Reasoning: Coding And Decoding

### Q1. If A = 1, PAT = 37, then TAP = ?

(1) 73

(2) 37

(3) 36

(4) 38                              ( SSC Combined Graduate Level  Prelim Exam. 04.07.1999)

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q2.If D = 4, BAD = 7, then what is the value of ANT = ?

(1) 8
(2) 17
(3) 35
(4) 37   ( SSC Combined Graduate Level Prelim Exam. 04.07.1999

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q3.If C = 3 and FEAR is coded as 30, then what will be the code number for HAIR ?

(1) 35
(2) 36
(3) 30
(4) 33             ( SSC Combined Graduate Level   Prelim Exam. 04.07.1999)

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q4.If Z = 26, NET = 39, then NUT = ?

(1) 50
(2) 53
(3) 55
(4) 56      ( SSC Combined Graduate Level  Prelim Exam.04.07.1999

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q5. If F = 6, MAT = 34, then how much is CAR ?

(1) 21
(2) 22
(3) 25
(4) 28    ( SSC Combined Graduate Level Prelim Exam.04.07.1999

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q6. If RAMAN is written 12325 and DINESH as 675489, how will HAMAM be written ?

(1) 92233
(2) 92323
(3) 93322
(4) 93232 (SSC Combined Matric Level (PRE) Exam. 24.10.1999

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q7. If ‘A’ = 26, SUN = 27, then CAT = ?

(1) 24
(2) 57
(3) 58
(4) 27

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q8. If A = 2, M = 26 and Z = 52, then BET = ?

(1) 44
(2) 54
(3) 64
(4) 72

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q9. If RED is coded as 6720, then how GREEN would be coded? (

(1) 9207716
(2) 1677199
(3) 1677209
(4)16717209

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.

### Q.10 If KASHMIR is written as 8142753, how RIMSHAK can be written in that code?

(1) 3574218
(2) 3571842
(3) 3521478
(4) 3574812

2) A = 1 ® The position num-

ber in English alphabet.

P

A

T

̄

16 +1 +

̄  ̄

20 = 37

̄

Sum of Position Numbers of the

letters in English alphabet.