# Square table question (New Pattern)

*Q) 8 friends P,Q,R,S,T,V,W,Y are sitting around a square table. Among them 4 are sitting on corners of the table while remaining 4 are sitting on the middle of side of the table. Those sitting at the corners are facing centre while those sitting at the middle are facing outwards.*

S is sitting third to the right of P. P is facing centre. Y is not sitting adjacent to P or S. T is sitting third to the right of R. R is not sitting at any of the middle of the sides of the table, and is not sitting in immediate neighbor of Y. Only one person is sitting between P & V. Q is not an immediate neighbor of of V.

S is sitting third to the right of P. P is facing centre. Y is not sitting adjacent to P or S. T is sitting third to the right of R. R is not sitting at any of the middle of the sides of the table, and is not sitting in immediate neighbor of Y. Only one person is sitting between P & V. Q is not an immediate neighbor of of V.

Lets start!!!

This question is somewhat tricky and we need to move forward a bit carefully, So we take the first line i.e.

**S is sitting third to the right of P.**

but this line is of little help to us because we cant say which one of them is a t corner, so we read next line

**P is facing center.**

this will help us a lot because it is given that those sitting at corners are facing center, so p is obviously at the corner

and our resultant figure will be

Moving further, we see that

**Y is not sitting adjacent to P or S.**

So following this statement we have only 2 positions left for Y which are shown in figure

This is somewhat tricky step because we need to keep Y at both places and check that which one of these is correct place for Y. So we will place it at the middle and now check it with the following statement

**R is not sitting at any of the middle of the sides of the table, and is not sitting in immediate neighbor of Y.**

According to this situation R is left with only 1 place which is shown in figure

Now if we look at 1 more statement which say

**T is sitting third to the right of R.**

So due to this statement Y and T will overlap so our assumption to put y in the middle is false, hence Y will be at corner as shown in the figure.

Following one statement

**Only one person is sitting between P & V.**

R cannot be on right top, so its place will be top left corner

Now as R is at the top left corner, so we will place R as shown in the figure & because of the statement

**T is sitting third to the right of R.**

the resultant figure will be

Now reading next statement,

**Only one person is sitting between P & V.**

We can conclude that V has only one place to go, which is shown in figure

Finally after reading the statement

**Q is not an immediate neighbor of of V.**

So Q will have only one place to set which is between R and Y

Hence the complete figure after all this will be

I have tried my best to explain this pattern, but still if anybody has any confusion or any query related to this, you can ask here.

# Non Verbal Short Trick

This trick was given by Gourav and link for the file was provided by our blog member Chirpi, so i thank both of them.

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This trick is odd man out and follows the principle of rejection

Here cut strike off the odd option or option that is in least number………..

So LETS START………

Speciality of this method is u don’t have to see the question(any problem)…………u can

find ur ans by answer options only…………..

1) Now forget the question………….and see the answer options viz 1,2,3,4,5

See the postion of circle ……u will find position of circle to extreme top left in 4 out of five option. i.e. 1,2,3,5……..so 4 th option cant be answer ie strike out the odd option…..

(IMP- we take all the options while finding odd man out)

**And take a pencil and actually strike the option then u will understand clearly

2) Now again see other object lets take semicircle …in 4 our of 5 options this

semicircle is in bottom right corner…..so odd option here is 2…….and 5 is already

out………….so our ans must be out of 1,3,5………….

3)Again see other object …….this time lets take “Z”……in 3 out of 5 options Z is at

middile left corner……….and odd man is 3,4 ………but 4 is already out ……..hence our

ans is from 1,5………………….

4) Now again take another object say we take in 3 out of five options its shape is

i.e. rotated …….so odd man here is 1,2 but 2 is already out……….

So we r left with option 5……………so option 5 is our ans…………….

So yar……I have tried my best to explain in written………………hope u

understand………….if any prob at any stage I am there to help………….

U can master this method by pencil and actually striking out …………then u can

understand well

CAUTION: see this method does not gives u 100% accuracy….but u can solve 6 correct

out of 10…………..and which means u r getting +5 in ur score…………

This trick was given by

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This trick is odd man out and follows the principle of rejection

Here cut strike off the odd option or option that is in least number………..

So LETS START………

Speciality of this method is u don’t have to see the question(any problem)…………u can

find ur ans by answer options only…………..

1) Now forget the question………….and see the answer options viz 1,2,3,4,5

See the postion of circle ……u will find position of circle to extreme top left in 4 out of five option. i.e. 1,2,3,5……..so 4 th option cant be answer ie strike out the odd option…..

**So ur answer is out of 1,2,3,5**

(IMP- we take all the options while finding odd man out)

**And take a pencil and actually strike the option then u will understand clearly

2) Now again see other object lets take semicircle …in 4 our of 5 options this

semicircle is in bottom right corner…..so odd option here is 2…….and 5 is already

out………….so our ans must be out of 1,3,5………….

3)Again see other object …….this time lets take “Z”……in 3 out of 5 options Z is at

middile left corner……….and odd man is 3,4 ………but 4 is already out ……..hence our

ans is from 1,5………………….

4) Now again take another object say we take in 3 out of five options its shape is

i.e. rotated …….so odd man here is 1,2 but 2 is already out……….

So we r left with option 5……………so option 5 is our ans…………….

So yar……I have tried my best to explain in written………………hope u

understand………….if any prob at any stage I am there to help………….

U can master this method by pencil and actually striking out …………then u can

understand well

CAUTION: see this method does not gives u 100% accuracy….but u can solve 6 correct

out of 10…………..and which means u r getting +5 in ur score…………

**If you have any problem related to this method you can ask anytime in the comments section.**This trick was given by

**gourav**and link for the file was provided by**Chirpi**, so i thank both of them.# Round Table Questions (New Pattern)

I have been asked several times to explain more on New pattern of reasoning questions and that too about round table, so here i am taking a problem for round table which are being asked currently in the exams

Ans ) Now to solve these new questions first of all try to figure out that

Information is given that

“

and we are not sure about direction of C, so leave this information.

Proceed Further, next information is

“

Next we have, “

Coming to next information “

Now its given that A V are adjacent to each other, and we can easily figure out that only place left for adjacent components is in clockwise positions from T. But problem here is where should we place A and where to place V. Now we come back to the informations we left out, it is given that “

Now we have succeeded in following

Now we have to just find one more thing i.e. Which of the two A and B is facing Outward direction, so we will come to another information which we left out i.e. “

*Q ) V, U, T are sitting in a circle facing centre. A, B, and C are also sitting in that circle, but 2 of them facing opposite to the centre. V is second to the left of C. U is second to the right of A. B is third to the left of T. C is second to the Right of T. A and V are sitting adjacent to each other.*Ans ) Now to solve these new questions first of all try to figure out that

**DIRECTION**of which of them is given to us i.e., facing centre or outwards. In this question we are sure od the direction of V,U,T all of them facing centre. but we are not sure of directions of A,B,C. so we will take V,U,T as our reference. Important point to be noted here is that never start with any probable information, pick only confirm information and surely there will be confirmed information given by the examiner. So now we will proceed further.Information is given that

“

**V is second to the left of C**”and we are not sure about direction of C, so leave this information.

Proceed Further, next information is

“

**U is second to the right of A**“, here also we are not sure about direction of A, so leave it too.Next we have, “

**B is third to the left of T**“, and here we are sure about direction of T, so draw T anywhere on the circle, i am comfortable with bottom position so i will start from there.Coming to next information “

**C is second to the Right of T**”, here also we know position of T so we Place C on its position, and now arrangement becomesNow its given that A V are adjacent to each other, and we can easily figure out that only place left for adjacent components is in clockwise positions from T. But problem here is where should we place A and where to place V. Now we come back to the informations we left out, it is given that “

**V is second to the left of C**” but as per our arrangement T is second to the left of C, so If C is sitting facing outward direction we get position of V which is only possible at one place i.e. adjacent to B, and hence position of A.Now we have succeeded in following

**Placed all elements in their Correct place****Three Elements V,U,T facing Centre****C Facing Outward Direction.**Now we have to just find one more thing i.e. Which of the two A and B is facing Outward direction, so we will come to another information which we left out i.e. “

**U is second to the right of A**”, which is only possible when A is Facing Centre, hence we now know that C and B are facing outward direction.
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