Non-Verbal Series Practice Questions

In the non-verbal series section of the reasoning, you will find many different types of questions. Some of the questions in the Non-Verbal Series Practice Questions sections will be on series completion of images, symbols and other non-verbal content. Let us see further!

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Non-Verbal Series Practice Questions

The first type of questions is the rotational direction series or the design change series. To solve questions on series a candidate must have a clear vision of the concept like rotation, angles, steps of movement, different position etc. which are discussed below.

Type A

Directions: Each of the following questions consists of four/ five figures as the problem figure followed by four/five figures marked (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) as the answer figures. Select the correct answer figure which will continue the series as established by the problem figures.

Q1:

A) (a)                       B) (b)                     C) (c)                     D) None Of These

Q2:

A) (a)                       B) (b)                     C) (c)                     D) None Of These

Q3:

A) (a)                       B) (b)                     C) (c)                     D) None Of These

Q4:

A) (a)                       B) (b)                     C) (c)                     D) None Of These

Directions: In each item, there are two sets of figures; first four figures named problem figures and next four figures named answer figures indicated as (a), (b), (c) and (d). The problem figures follow a particular sequence. In accordance with the same, which one of the four answer figures should appear as the fifth figure.

Q5:

[U P S C (C S A T) 2013]

A) (a)                    B) (b)                      C) (c)                        D) (d)                       E) None Of These

Q6:

[U P S C 2012]

A) (a)                    B) (b)                          C) (c)                       D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q1: B) (b), Q2: C) (c), Q3: A) (a), Q4: C) (c), Q5: C) (c), Q6: D) (d).

Type B

Other types of series might be the non-verbal series completion based questions. In the formation of the figure, the candidate has to use the fragmented part to construct the desired figure. Formation of figure requires a high spatial visualisation skill. As different fragmented parts of a figure are to be combined to form the desired figure. Let us see some practice questions.

Q1: Which of the following figures shown below, when folded along the dotted lines, will form a pyramid-shaped box with a rectangular base?

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q2: Which of the answers figures include the separate components found in the question figure?

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q3: Among the four answer figures, which one can be formed from the cut-out pieces given below in the question figure?     [S S C (C P O) 2011]

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Directions: In each of the following questions, select the alternative in which the specified components of the problem figure are found?

Q4:

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q5:

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q6: Which of the following figures (a), (b), (c) and (d) when folded along the lines will produce the problem figure?

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q7: Identify the response figure in which the figures given are found.

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q8: Which of the following answer figures can be combined with the question figure, so as to form a square.

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q1: B) (b), Q2: A) (a), Q3: B) (b), Q4: B) (b), Q5: B) (b), Q6: C) (c), Q7: B) (b), Q8: A) (a).

Type C

Series completion is a way or process to find out a missing part of a non-verbal series in the form of an incomplete figure.

Q1: In the following question, complete the missing segment by selecting from the given alternatives, (a), (b), (c) and (d).

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q2: Select a figure from the four alternatives, which when placed in the missing portion (?) of the original figure as shown by the figure (X), would complete the pattern.

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q3:

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Q4: Select a figure from the four alternatives, which when placed in the missing portion of the original

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These

Directions: In each of the following problems, select a figure from the given four alternatives which when placed in the black space of problem figure (X) would complete the pattern.

Q5:

A) (a)                 B) (b)                    C) (c)                        D) (d)                        E) None Of These