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.