These types of questions are usually asked in SSC 10 + 2 Level / Bank Clerk. Especially the examinees consider this clause to be relatively simple and less important, due to which the possibility of mistakes can be increased. These questions are divided into four main categories
1. Address based questions
2. Questions based on the sample of serial numbers
3. Equality on the basis of column and row
Address Based Questions
In the clerical prosecution, the questions related to the name or address or name and address under the letter are asked. These types of questions are usually given a basic combination of name and address, and in three such alternative combinations, only one combination can be such, which is just like the original combination. In other combinations, there is a difference between the original combination. This difference is usually subtle. Seeing it very seriously can be found correctly. The combination in which there is no difference which is similar to the original combination, the number of (1,2 or 3) is the answer. If any of the three options given does not meet with the original combination, then answer (4) means none of them.
This can be understood by the examples below.
92 / B M P A I P M R by Kumari Kamala Singh
(a) 92 B M P A I P M R by Kumari Kamla Singh
(b) 92 B M P A I P M R by Kumari Kamla Singh
(c) 92 B M P A I P S R by Kumari Kamla Singh
(d) None of the above
Answer does not match any of the original combinations
So the option (d) will be the answer.
Question based on model of serial number
There are six digits in this type of question. Usually, before the left, two digits are the code number of a center and the serial numbers of candidates registered at the next four digit centers are fixed, whose four options are given in the form of answers.
To find the right option, the correct formulation of the serial number is to be done. It is suggested that separate the numbers under each center. As with the following question,
29 – 3150,5132,2732, 3080
35 – 4323, 2732, 3218,6791, 3592
And so on.
⇒ Instructions The first two digits of the table below indicate the number of gas agencies and the last four digits of the consumer number –
Example 1. Which of the following agencies is the minimum consumer number?
(a) 31 (b) 37 (c) 27 (d) 29
Solution: (b) The Consumer Number of Agencies is as follows
27 → 2595
29 → 2732
31 → 2808
37 → 2591 minimum number
Example 2. Which agency is denoted the minimum time?
(a) 27 (b) 29 (c) 39 (d) 31
Solution: (c) Agency 39 is only denoted twice, which is the lowest.
Similarity by column and line
In this type of question some numbers are given in different columns and rows. It requires to know which of these lines / columns are related to each other in some way.
Example: Some numbers are given in different rows / columns. Which of these lines / columns is related in some way?
In this type of question some letters of the alphabet are given in the first row, and in the second row, the digit is the digit number of the characters and the code letter of the digits. After this the questions remain either alphabetic and their code is given in the digits or points are given in the question and their encoded letters are given. Four in each question
There are options.
⇒ Instructions The given word in each of the following questions is displayed in the following digit / character language
Example: What will be the code for S B M J D N?
(a) 3 5 2 7 8 4 (b) 4 8 3 5 2 6 (c) 5 4 1 6 89 (d) 6 8 5 4 9
In this type of question, letters from A to Z are given, and small letters are given below each capital letter, which are assigned as code. From the given options, the option that contains the capital letters of uppercase letters, the same option is called the answer.
⇒ instructions – Letters are given from A to Z below. Below each capital letter, a small letter is given, which is to be used as a capital letter code.
In the below question, a group of 6 capital letters has been given and its coded form is given in column (a), (b), (c) and (d). Read the letter groups of each question and choose from their correct coded form (a), (b), (c) and (d).
Example: G S U W V M
(a) chdqaz, mcfywp, osagbi, jlkwz, zrvlyh, gionfv
(b) whiukf, bitjzqm, adrtiy, volsfy, reicxd, mbuoav
(c) ulkpad, foiznj, vswgfo, apixyt, umidak, bjpaxf
(d) zomyak, ycpath, lowvxr, oxyjdh, kphvsr, iyzuwo
∴ All of these characters are present in the group option (d), so the option (d) is answered.