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Make everyone sit in their own position or otherwise it would make troubles in your life. This may seem to be a philosophy in the matter of life but it’s completely true when you decide to choose your life in the banking sector. Because the bank exams question drafters are often obsessed with throwing seating arrangement questions before every candidate in the reasoning section. Seating arrangement questions are one of the best reasoning questions that can make most of the candidates wrong in their answers. Getting the correct answer in the seating arrangement question will not only make your chances to get in but also increase your reasoning ability. Through this article we discuss some of the model questions of seating arrangements questions for bank exam 2020.
The Model Questions for Seating Arrangement Questions for Bank Exam 2020
Read the following excerpt carefully and answer the following questions
5 people are standing in a row. T is in between Q and S. N is standing right to the S. P is standing left to the Q. All are looking in the North direction.
1.How many people are there between Q and N?
2. Who is standing third to the right of P
3. Who is standing 2nd to the left of N?
9 people (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I) are standing in an assembly forming a square. All of them are facing in the North direction. B is standing between F and D. a is standing behind B and left and left to the G. E is standing behind I, who is standing behind F. H is standing right to the C.
4. Who is standing right to I?
5. Who is standing in front of G?
6. Who is standing between E and C?
7. Who is standing between B and H?
8. Who is standing 2nd right to the I?
6 people ( A, B, C, D, E, F) are sitting around a circular table looking at the centre. B is between E and C. There are two people between C and D. F and D are not sitting consecutively.
9.Who is sitting right to A?
10.Who is sitting third right to D?
11. Who is sitting in between D and B?
12.Who is sitting in left to E?
13.Who is sitting in between A and C?
6 people (A, N, C, Q, B, B, M, S, T) are sitting around a rectangular table. 2 people are sitting at each side. All are looking inwards. C and T are on opposite sides. A and N are sitting on the same side. B and C are not on the same side. S and B are not on the same side. Q is sitting left to the C.
14.Who is sitting together on the same side?
15.Who is sitting on the opposite sides?
16.Who is sitting on consecutive sides?
17.Who is sitting opposite to the side of N?
18.Who is not sitting on the consecutive sides?
5 people (A, B, C, D, E) are sitting around a table. Some of them are looking at the centre and some of them are looking outside. A is looking at the centre. Right of the A is an outward looking guy. A is sitting in between B and E. C is sitting second right to A. D is sitting second left of A. D is looking at the centre and right of D is E. But left of E is not D. Left of C is D and right of C is D itself.
19.Who all are looking outward direction?
20.Who is sitting left of C?
21.Who is sitting in between D and B?
22.Who is sitting right of B?
23.Who is sitting left of E?
24.How many outward looking people are there in between A and C?
25.Who is sitting in between A and C?
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Normally people don’t think much to arrange seats for a person around a table. But in competitive exams the recruiters prompt you to think widely to seat the persons around the table. For developing the logic, you have to put your constant practice of solving these kinds of questions. Study with Entri practice with Entri mock tests. Keep studying, keep winning.