# 5th Class Mental Ability Ranking and Ordering-Test Ranking Test, Alphabet Test and Logical Sequence of Words

Ranking Test, Alphabet Test and Logical Sequence of Words

Category : 5th Class

Ø     RANKING TEST

In Ranking based problems, usually the ranks of one or two persons from the top and from the bottom are mentioned. A student is required to compute either total number of persons or rank of a particular person.

Type I:

Identify the position of an object/ a person from left end or right end and rank from top or from bottom.

If end positions are not marked then it is taken defaultly (positions from your side), as left position or right position.

Type II:

In this type, questions could be asked by interchanging positions of two persons.

Type III:

Identify the position or rank of an object or person with respect to the position or rank of other person.

Type IV:

Identify the position or rank of an object or a person after removing some objects from the series.

Ø     ALPHABET TEST

Type I:

How to arrange the numbers given to the corresponding letters so that they form a meaningful word?

Arrange the letters in the different combinations given in options to find a meaningful word.

Type II:

Finding the word from the options that can/cannot be formed from the given letters.

Students have to observe carefully all the letters given in the question and find the combination of letters from the given options that contains or does not contains letters.

Type III:

How to form a meaningful word and find the category of word?

Arrange the given jumbled letters in a meaningful word and identify the category in which formed word lies.

Type IV:

How to identify the combination of letters that has same number of skipped letters between the adjacent letters?

Write the alphabetical series in order, then observe carefully all the options.

Ø     LOGICAL SEQUENCE OF WORDS

In such type of problems some words are given. These words have some relationship amongst one another or have a specific sequence. A candidate is required to identify this relationship or sequence and to put them in a logical sequence. This sequence may be according to size, age, happening, need etc.

EXAMPLE

1.         Priti scored more than Rahul. Yash scored as much as Divya. Latika scored less than Manju. Rahul scored more than Yash. Manju scored less than Divya. Who scored the lowest?

(a) Manju                       (b) Yash                        (c) Latika                       (d) Rahul

Explanation (c):

The students scored in the ascending order are as follows.

Priti > Rahul > Yash = Divya > Manju > Latika.

So, Latika scored the lowest.

2.         Arrange the words in a meaningful logical order and then select the appropriate sequence from the options provided below each of the groups of words.

1. Family                         2. Town                         3. Member

4. Locality                     5. Country

(a) 3,1,2,4,5                   (b) 3,1,2,5,4                   (c) 3,1,4,2,5                               (d) 3,1,4,5,2

Explanation (c):

The logical order is as follows.

Member, Family, Locality, Town, Country.

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