Order and Ranking Questions & Answers

The order and ranking questions mostly deal with the rank or position of a person or thing either counted from top to bottom or from left to right and vice-versa. 

The questions from this section are most commonly asked in the banking sector exams, but it is a common topic for other major Government exams as well, including SSC, RRB and Insurance sector as well.

Aspirants who are looking for the detailed reasoning syllabus and the list of important topics regarding the competitive examinations can visit the logical reasoning page. 

In this article, we bring you sample Ranking and Order questions along with their answers for candidates to practise, prepare and ace the logical reasoning part.

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Order and Ranking Questions

To learn about the concept and rules related to order and ranking arrangement and some examples related to the same, candidates can visit the Order and Ranking page. 

Further below are the sample order and ranking questions. Candidates can solve them and then check the answers and analyse their performance.

Q 1. The position of how many digits in the number 2319763518945 shall remain the same if the digits are arranged in ascending order?

  1. One
  2. Three
  3. Six
  4. Five
  5. Three

Q 2. In a state-level dance competition, a total of 75 people took part. Stuti’s position was 13th from the top, and Barkha stood 25th from the bottom. A total of how many participants stood between Stuti and Barkha?

  1. 42
  2. 30
  3. 45
  4. 37
  5. 50

Q 3. In the number 2190453783, if the first number is interchanged with the last number, the second number is interchanged with the second last number, and so on, the position of how many numbers shall remain the same?

  1. Three
  2. One
  3. Five
  4. None
  5. Cannot be determined

Q 4. On sports day in a school, 8 students took part in a race. They were all made to stand in a straight line. Sumit was standing 5th from the right end, and 3 students are standing in between Sumit and Ritesh. Based on this arrangement, what is the position of Ritesh from the left end of the line?

  1. 6th
  2. 2nd
  3. 8th
  4. None of the above
  5. Cannot be determined

Q 5. A certain number of people are standing in a straight line, and all of them are facing north. Arunima is 19th from the right end of the line, and Arun is at the 15th position from the left end of the line. Both, Arunima and Arun interchange their positions, after which Kritika who was 24th from the left end is now at the 5th position to the left of Arun’s new position. How many people are there in the line in total?

  1. 30
  2. Cannot be determined
  3. 29
  4. 66
  5. 47

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Q 6. In a school assembly, students are made to stand in a straight line one after the other, based on their height. There are 10 people who are standing behind Prateek and 15 people who are standing in front of him. In the same line, 17 students are standing behind Tarun and 8 are standing in from of him. How many students in total are standing between Tarun and Prateek?

  1. 3
  2. 7
  3. 5
  4. 9
  5. 10

Q 7. In a class, there are 150 students and the number of boys is twice as much as the number of girls. One of the boys, Karan, ranked 25th from the top and only 10 girls are ahead of Karan. How many boys are there after him?

  1. 90
  2. 75
  3. 105
  4. None of the above
  5. Cannot be determined

Q 8. 68 people are sitting in a straight line, and all of them are facing towards north. Sakshi is 17th from the right end of the line, and Samiksha is 22nd from the left end of the line. Siddhi sits exactly in between Sakshi and Samiksha, so what will be the position of Siddhi, when counted from the left end?

  1. 37
  2. 39
  3. 42
  4. 32
  5. 35

Q 9. If the digits in the number 95687349842749 are arranged in descending order, the position of how many letters shall remain the same?

  1. Two
  2. Four
  3. Six
  4. Seven
  5. Three

Q 10. In a class with a certain number of students, Aprajita’s rank from the top is 23rd, and Harshit’s rank from the bottom is 16th. There are 10 students between Aprajita and Harshit. How many students are there in total in that class?

  1. 45
  2. 65
  3. 40
  4. 80
  5. 50

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Q 11. 10 people are standing in a straight line. There are twice the number of people standing in front of Anil as behind him. The number of people standing in front of Ganesh is equal to the number of people standing behind Anil. How many people are standing behind Ganesh?

  1. 4
  2. 5
  3. 6
  4. 7
  5. 8

Q 12. In a class of 50 students, Jatin and Rakesh are ranked 15th and 21st from the top, respectively. What will be their ranks respectively from the bottom in the class?

  1. 36th and 30th
  2. 25th and 27th
  3. 30th and 32nd
  4. None of the above
  5. Cannot be determined

Q 13. In a row of 42 students facing the North, Nitin is 4th to the left of Pinky. If Pinky is 20th from the left end of the row, how far is Nitin from the right end of the row?

  1. 23
  2. 24
  3. 25
  4. 26
  5. 27

Q 14. There are 10 girls and 20 boys in a class, Arpita’s rank is 4th among the girls and 18th in the class in total. What is Arpita’s rank among the boys in the class?

  1. 14th
  2. 12th
  3. 13th
  4. 15th
  5. 16th

Q 15. If the digits in the number 23142647 are rearranged in a manner, such that all the numbers are arranged in the ascending order as per the new arrangement. How many such digits are there in the number whose position does not change?

  1. Three
  2. Four
  3. Five
  4. Two
  5. One

Once the candidates have solved all the order and ranking questions given above they can check the answers for each in the PDF given below:

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