Clock and calendar reasoning questions are common in competitive exams such as aptitude tests, bank exams, and other government job exams. These types of questions test a candidate's ability to apply mathematical concepts to practical problems related to time and date.

Clock reasoning questions typically involve calculating the angle between the minute and hour hands of a clock at a given time, finding the time elapsed between two given times, or finding the time at which the hands of a clock are aligned or perpendicular. These questions require a good understanding of angles, fractions, and time calculation.

Calendar reasoning questions often involve finding the day of the week on a given date, finding the number of days between two given dates, or finding the date that is a certain number of days from a given date. These questions require knowledge of concepts such as leap years, odd and even days, and calendar calculation.

Online Test - 1 (Clock and calendar) TAKE TEST
Number of questions : 20 | Time : 30 minutes |

Online Test - 2 (Clock and calendar) TAKE TEST
Number of questions : 20 | Time : 30 minutes |