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# GRE Sample Questions

## Analytical Section : Analytical Reasoning

Question 6

David ranks seventh from the top and 28th from the bottom in a class. How many students are there in the class?

(a) 36
(b) 35
(c) 34
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of the above

Question 7

Clorida is taller than Ivory. Emily is taller than Lovely. Lovely is taller than Enamol. To determine who among them is the tallest, which of the following further information, if any, is required?

(a) Clorida is taller than Enamol and Lovely
(b) No further information is needed
(c) Emily is taller Ivory
(d) Clorida is taller than Lovely
(e) Enamol is taller than Clorida

Question 8

Four of the following five are similar in a definite way and so form a group. Which one of them does not belong to the group?

(a) Umbrella
(b) Gloves
(c) Shirt
(d) Shoes
(e) Cap

Question 9

There are 26 steps in a Church. In the time Sandy comes down two steps, Plato goes one step. If they start simultaneously and keep their speed uniform, then at which step from bottom will they meet.

(a) 9th
(b) 12th
(c) 13th
(d) 8th
(e) None of the above

Clarification: Assume they meet at Xth step from the bottom, and this is equal to number of steps downward plus number of step upward minus common step (which will be added two times)

Therefore 2*2+2*1-1=26
Therefore X= 9

Question 10

In certain code Language the words ROUTINE is written as VMRGFLI. How will the word CRUELTY be written in that code language?

(a) VOCVZRL
(b) WPCVZRL
(c) VPCVZRL
(d) VPVCZRL
(e) None of the above

The first alphabet becomes the third alphabet, second alphabet is coded as -2, and the third alphabet becomes first after +1. A similar relationship exists between the last three alphabets. A for the center alphabet, it is coded as the same positioned alphabet from the right end of the letter.

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