## Thursday, 29 December 2016

### Analogy Test - 1

Analogy Test-1

Analogy means 'bearing a resemblance' or 'somewhat similar'. In this type of test, your ability to understand the relationship between two words is tested.

Important Points To Remember:

1. Analyse the relationship between the pair.
2. Look for paired words among the choices given with a similar relationship.
3. Eliminate the answers that do not appear to be the best.
4. Choose the best similar relationship choice.

Test

Q1: BOOK : BOOKCASE :: CLOTHES : ?

(a) PRESS
(b) WARDROBE
(c) BOOKSTORE
(d) SHIRTS

Q2: XZY : WVU :: CAB :: ?

(a) UVW
(b) ABC
(c) FED
(d) DEF

Q3: 21 : 3 :: 574 : ?

(a) 23
(b) 82
(c) 97
(d) 113

Q4: Plaintiff : Defendant

(a) Judge : Jury
(b) Court : Law
(c) Attorney : Lawyer
(d) Injured : Accused

Q5: 26 : 5 :: 65 : ?

(a) 6
(b) 7
(c) 8
(d) 9

Q6: Given set is (2, 14, 16). Find the similar sets from the choices given below.

(a)  (2, 7, 8)
(b)  (2, 9, 16)
(c)  (3, 21, 24)
(d)  (4, 16, 18)

Q7: AFHO : GBDJ :: CHFM : ?

(a) GBIM
(b) GBLD
(c) GPLD
(d) IDBH

1: (b) WARDROBE
[Hint: Clothes are kept in wardrobe like books are kept in bookcase.]

2: (d) DEF
[Hint: Check the rank position of alphabets. XZY and WVU have letters of position 3rd, 1st and 2nd from the beginning and from the end in alphabets list.]

3:  (b) 82
[Hint: 7 x 3 = 21]

4: (d) Injured : Accused
[Hint: Plaintiff is the person who brings the case to the court. Defendant is the person who is accused of or defends the allegation. Here the injured is plaintiff and the accused is the defendant.]

5:  (c) 8
[Hint 52 + 1 = 26]

6: (c)  (3, 21, 24)
[Hint: 2 x 7 =14, 2 x 8 = 16]

7: (d) IDBH
[Hint: A + 6 →G, O - 5 →J]