# Accenture Logical Reasoning Questions

Accenture is one of those special companies where job satisfaction is sensational. If a person wants to work with Accenture then he should be able to clear the assessments with flying colors. A person should be able to think logically when faced with a logical question. Also, one should know how to handle a question related to good reasoning. Most people feel that the questions are somewhat tricky. That is because they do not read the question thoroughly. One should be able to identify where the loop is and what sort of logic needs to be applied. So, the more you practice, the better you can perform in your next attempt.

There are a total of 20 questions and they need to be answered in 20 minutes. The syllabus for the Logical Reasoning Questions is as follows.

1. Data Sufficiency.

2. Coding and Decoding.

3. Blood Relations.

4. Puzzles.

5. Seating Arrangement.

6. Set based questions.

It is advisable to spend considerable time during preparation on the topics that you are not good at. One helpful tip for you is to identify the easier questions and solve them first. Keep an eye on your watch because these questions are somewhat time consuming.

After you complete these logical questions, please make sure that you solve quantitative aptitude questions as well.

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Q1

Statements : All fruits are vegetables. All pens are vegetables. All vegetables are rains.

Conclusions : I. All fruits are rains.

II. All pens are rains.

III. Some rains are vegetables.

Logic
A

None follows

B

I and II follow

C

II and III follow

D

I and III follow

E

All follow

Q2

Statement : Should there be uniforms for students in the colleges in India as in the schools?

Arguments :

I. Yes. This will improve the ambience of the colleges as all the students will be decently dressed.

II. No. The college students should not be regimented and they should be left to choose their clothes for coming to the college.

Level 1 Arguments
A
if only argument I is strong
B
if only argument II is strong
C
if either I or II is strong
D
if neither I nor II is strong
E
if both I and II are strong
Q3

Statements : In view of the violent situation due to students agitation the state government has decided to close down all the educational institutions in the state for two weeks with immediate effect.

Assumptions :

I. The students agitation may subside after two weeks.

II. The students may not find a place to come furthur and continue agitation after the closure of the educational institutions.

Level 1 Assumptions
A
if only assumption I is implicit
B
if only assumption II is implicit
C
if either I or II is implicit
D
if neither I nor II is implicit
E
if both I and II are implicit

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Q4

Statement : Poverty is increasing because the people, who are deciding how to tackle it, know absolutely nothing about the poor.

Courses action :

I. The decision makers should go to the grass root levels.

II. The decision makers should come from the power sections of the society.

III. A new set of decision makers should replace the existing one.

Courses of Action
A

I

B

II

C

I and III

D

All follow.

Q5

Statement : A Corporate General Manager asked four managers to either submit their resignation by the next day or face termination orders from service. Three of them had submitted their resignations by that evening.

Conclusions :

I. The next day, the remaining manager would also resign.

II. The General manager would terminate his services the next day.

Level 1 Conclusions
A
if only conclusion I follows
B
if only conclusion II follows
C
if either I or II follows
D
if neither I nor II follows
E
if both I and II follow

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Q6

There are no rules in countries where citizen's interests and rights do not contradict

Deriving Conclusions from passages
A
if the inference is 'definitely true' i.e., it directly follows from the facts given in the passage
B
if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given
C
if the 'data provided is inadequate' i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false
D
if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given
E
if the inference is 'definitely false' i.e., it contradicts the given facts

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Q7

I. The government has recently fixed the fees for professional courses offered by the unaided institutions which are much lower than the fees charged last year.

II. The parents of the aspiring students launched a severe agitation last year protesting against the high fees charged by the unaided institutions.

Cause and Effect Reasoning
A
If Statement I is cause and statement II is its effect
B
If Statement II is cause and statement I is its effect
C
If both the statements I and II are independent causes
D
If both the statements I and II are effects of independent cause
E
If both the statement I and II are effects of some common cause
Q8

A trader in order to code the prices of articles in his store, used the letters of PSICHOLAZY in the form of 0 to 9 respectively. Which of the following stands for Rs 875.50?

Level 1 Coding Decoding
A

ZCA.OP

B

ZYA.HO

C

AIL.HP

D

AIL.HS

E

None of these

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Q9

How many male members are there in the group?

Level 2 Blood Relations
A

one

B

two

C

three

D

four

Q10

Daksh is taller than Manick but not as tall as Rohan. Somesh is shorter than Daksh but taller than Farhan. Who among them is the shortest?

Level 2 Puzzle Test
A

Daksh

B

Manick

C

Farhan

D

Cannot be determined.

Q11

Each letter of the alphabet from Z to A has been given a value from 1 to 26 serially. What is the total value of the word CONSEQUENCE?

Alphabet Test
A

137

B

154

C

176

D

196

E

none of these

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Q12

Which of the following groups of elements will come in the place of the question mark in the series given below?

682  \$B5  EQ9  ?  £D7

Alpha - Numeric Sequence Puzzle
A

4(13)@

B

@(13)£

C

U£D

D

@(13)4

E

none of these

Q13

An enterprising businessman earns an income of Re. 1 on the first day of his business. On every subsequent day, he arns an income which is just double of that made on the previous day. One the 10th day of business, his income is

Arithmetical Reasoning
A

\(Rs.\, 2^{9}\)

B

\(Rs. \, 2^{10}\)

C

Rs. 10

D

\(Rs. \, 10^{2}\)

Q14

On your way back home from office, you see a young boy being beaten up by a group of people. How would you react?

Situation Reaction Test
A

Join the group and start beating the boy

B

Avoid the situation and walk away without paying much attention to it

C

Try to stop them even when you see other passers-by are indifferent

D

Try to find out what had happened and take step accordingly

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Q15

Anu Dogra is a Computer Engineer with 78% marks. She scored more than 60% marks in the interview and the Selection Test.

Level 2 Eligibility Test
A
if the candidate is to be selected
B
if the candidate is not to be selected
C
if the data provided are not adequate to arrive at a decision
D
if the case is to be referred to VP-Personnel
E
if the case is to be referred to SVP-Personnel
Q16

Among Monika, Anita, Sonal, Ratna and Tanvy, who came last for the program?

I. Monika came after Anita but not after Tanvy.

II. Ratna came after Tanvy but not after Sonal.

Level 2 Data Sufficiency
A
if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not answer the question
B
if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not answer the question
C
if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
D
if the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
E
if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question

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Q17

Level 3 Inserting the missing character
A

619

B

660

C

670

D

690

Q18

X and Y start moving towards each other two places 200 m apart. After walking 60 m, Y turns left and goes 20 m, then he turns right and goes 40 m. He then turns right again and comes back to the road on which he had started walking. If X and Y walk with the same speed, what is the distance between them now?

Level 3 Direction Sense Test
A

20 m

B

30 m

C

40 m

D

50 m

Q19

Choose the word which is least like the other words in the group.

Level 3 Classification
A

Centaur

B

Tortoise

C

Goat

D

Lion

Q20

A pair of words is given, followed by four pairs of words as alternative. The candidate is required to choose the pair in which the words bear the same relationship to each other as the words of the given pair bear.

Lawyer : Litigation

Level 3 Analogy
A

Lexicographer : Copy

B

Director : Board

C

Marauder : Pillage

D