Reasoning questions are asked in the majority of the placement tests. These questions evaluate the decision-making, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills of the candidate. In Capgemini written test, reasoning questions appear in the game-based section, that demands deductive and inductive logical thinking. Here, we have given some conceptual questions to help you prepare for Capgemini reasoning test:

Eight people -A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, not necessarily in the same order. Three people are sitting between A and D. B is sitting second to the right of A. C is to the immediate right of F. D is not an immediate neighbour of either F or E. H is not an immediate neighbour of B

**What is E's position with respect to G?**- Third to the left
- Second tot the right
- Third to the right
- Second to the left
- Fifth to the right

Answer: Option D

From above figure it is clear that E is sitting 2nd to the left of G.

So, the correct answer is option D.**Four of the following five are alike in a certain way, based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?**- GE
- DC
- AF
- AB
- DB

Answer: Option B

From above figure it is clear that the answer is 2nd option, As the gap between the persons in all other pairs is of 1 person.

Therefore, the correct answer is option B.**Who is sitting third to the right of the one who is sitting to the immediate right of H?**- A
- B
- E
- C
- G

Answer: Option C

From above figure it is clear that answer is C option.

**Which of the following is true regarding the given arrangement ?**- E is second to the left of C
- B is an immediate neighbour of G
- H is an immediate neighbour of A
- D is not an immediate neighbour of H
- None Of these

Answer: Option B

From above figure it is clear that answer is B option**How many people are sitting between H and A when counted from the right side of H?**- Three
- None
- More than three
- One
- Two

Answer: Option E

From above figure it is clear that answer is E option.

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Give answer (1) : if only conclusion I follows

Give answer (2) : if only conclusion II follows

Give answer (3) : if either I or II follows

Give answer (4) : if neither I nor II follows

Give answer (5) : if both I and II follow

Give answer (2) : if only conclusion II follows

Give answer (3) : if either I or II follows

Give answer (4) : if neither I nor II follows

Give answer (5) : if both I and II follow

**Statements: Some forms are cards. Some forms are papers**

Conclusions: I. Atleast some cards are forms. II. Atleast some cards are papers.- 1
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Answer: Option A

I. This means atleast one card is form, which is definitely true for all the possible cases. So, conclusion I follows.

II. This means that atleast one card is paper,which is not a necessarily true answer.So, conclusion II does not follow.

Therefore, only conclusion 1 follows.So, the answer is option A.**Statements : All animals are predators. All predators are tigers.**

Conclusions :

I. All tigers are definitely predators.

II. All animals are tigers- 1
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Answer: Option B

As is clearly shown in the fig, only conclusion 2 follows.

Give answer (1) : if only conclusion I follows

Give answer (2) : if only conclusion II follows

Give answer (3) : if either I or II follows

Give answer (4) : if neither I nor II follows

Give answer (5) : if both I and II follow

Give answer (2) : if only conclusion II follows

Give answer (3) : if either I or II follows

Give answer (4) : if neither I nor II follows

Give answer (5) : if both I and II follow

**Statements : N ≥ O ≥ P = Q > R.**

Conclusions :

I. N > R

II. R = N- 1
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Answer: Option A

As N ≥ O ≥ P = Q > R => N > R , So 1st Conclusion is correct.

⇒ As R is les than Q then clearly R is not equal to N.

Therefore, Only conclusion I follows.

The answer is option A.**Statements : W ≤ X < Y = Z > A ; W < B**

Conclusions :

I. B > Z

II. W < A- 1
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Answer: Option D

I. We have B > W and Z > W

On this basis, we can not conclude that B > Z

II. Here, X > W and X < Z > A

On this basis, we can not conclude that W < A

Therefore, none of the conclusions follows.

The answer is option D. S**Statements : H > I > J > K; L < M < K**

Conclusions :

I. I > M

II. L < H- 1
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Answer: Option E

I. I > K and K > M. So I > M. Conclusion I follows

II. L < K and K < H. So L < H. Conclusion II follows

So both conclusion follows.

The answer option is E