Zensar Recruitment - Logical Reasoning Sample Questions


Zensar Recruitment - Logical Reasoning Placement Test Questions

Is Zensar technologies visiting your campus soon? Are you looking for good resources to get yourself ready for the placement challenge? Here are a set of logical reasoning questions based on previous years’ Zensar Placement Papers.

Zensar Online Test pattern consists of two major sections which are Aptitude Section and Technical Section with a total of 50 questions in 50 minutes. Aptitude Section consists of 30 questions related to quant, reasoning and verbal and the time allotted for this sections is 30 minutes.

Take a Free Campus Recruitment Mock Test

Zensar Recruitment Logical Reasoning Questions and Answers

This article covers some of the reasoning question based on the previous year’s pattern related to coding deductive logic, blood relations, directional sense, objective reasoning, selection decision table, classification and number series pattern, logical word sequence and data sufficiency.

You can go through the following sample questions to make yourself ready for Zensar Placement Test.

Directions for questions 1 to 8: Choose the correct options from the given choices

1. In another language, SWIMMING is written as JQLPPLZV, then find out how SUPERMAN is written in that particular language






The rule used in this questions for every alphabet is +3 and then the complete letter is written in reversed order.

S +3 = V, W +3 = Z, I+3 = L, M+3 = P and so on. Now the complete letter is written in reversed order.


Hence, SUPERMAN is written as QDPUHSXV

Therefore, the correct answer is Option B

2.  1) P + Q means P is the brother of Q

2) P × Q means P is the father of Q

3) P ÷ Q means P is the mother of Q

Choose the correct option which signifies that “A is the son of B”

a) A X B X C

b) C ÷ B ÷ A

c) C X B + A

d) C + B X A


Clearly from the equation C + B X A, we can see that B is the father of A, which implies that “A is the son of B”

Therefore, the correct answer is Option D

3. Arrange the below given words in a meaningful sequence.

1. Browser 2. Internet 3. Laptop 4. Video call 5. Gmail

a) 2 3 1 5 4

b) 3 1 2 5 4

c) 3 2 1 5 4

d) 2 3 1 4 5


Laptop → Internet → Browser → Gmail → Video call

Therefore, the correct answer is Option C

4. 1 2 3 6 12 ? 48 96. Find the number which can replace question mark

a) 24

b) 36

c) 28

d) 32


Every term after the first two terms are sum of all the previous terms. For Example, 3 = 2 +1

6 = 3+2+1, 12 = 6+3+2+1

So, the number to replace question mark is 1+2+3+6+12 = 24

Therefore, the correct answer is Option A

5. Find the odd word than cannot be formed using the alphabets of the below given word







Since, SUBSTITUTION does not have G alphabet. So, odd word is STUNTING

Therefore, the correct answer is Option C

6. Arun and Varun invested in a company in the ratio of 3:5. Arun is the active partner of the company and Varun is the passive partner. They have a contract that whosoever is the active partner will get 20% of the profit earn besides the usual share. Suppose at the end of first year they earn a profit of 72000. Find the share of Arun and Varun respectively.

a) 27000 and 45000

b) 36000 each

c) 45000 and 27000

d) 30000 and 42000


Since, Arun is the active partner, he will get 20% of Profit = 0.20 * 72000 = 14400

Remaining Amount = 57600. Now this amount will be divided among Arun and Varun in the ratio of 3:5

Therefore, Share of Arun = (3/8) * 57600 = 21600 and Share of Varun = 57600 – 21600 = 36000

So, final shares of Arun and Varun are 36000 and 36000 respectively.

Therefore, the correct answer is Option B

7. Find out the number of digits is the number 61693457, each of which will occupy the same place when the digits of the number are arranged in descending order.

a) Two

b) Zero

c) Three

d) One


When we arrange the number in descending order it will be 97665431. Here, two digits 6 and 4 are at the same place.

Therefore, the correct answer is Option A

8. Statements: P < Q < R and Q > S <= T

Conclusions: I. P <= T, II. R > T

a) Only conclusion I follows

b) Only conclusion II follows

c) Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

d) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

e) Both conclusion I and conclusion II follows.


As per the statements given, we can conclude that P < Q > S ≤ T.

Therefore, either P ≤ T or P > T.

Similarly, according to given statements T ≥ S < Q < R, either R = T or R < T or R > T.

As none of them is definite we cannot conclude any of the statements.

Therefore, the correct answer is Option D

30 Company Mock Tests - 10,000+ Practice Questions - 200+ Programming Tasks

Check Other Blogs on Campus Placement

Zensar Eligibility Criteria 

Zensar Quantitative Aptitude Questions 

Read 111 times Last modified on Thursday, 04 October 2018 15:40
Login to post comments

Vocabprep Banner

Please key in your e-mail address.

Be up-to-date with the happenings at Conduira!