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Seven persons – Tina, Pari, Antu, Reta, Menu, Usha and Asha took a test on different days of a week starting Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different marks.

Antu took the test on Wednesday and the marks scored by him is an odd number. The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks. Only twenty four marks in total were scored before Thursday. The marks scored by each of the persons who take the test on the first four days of the week are multiple of three. Only six marks were scored on Tuesday. Reta took the test on Saturday and she scored two marks less than Usha. Asha took the test before Tina. Maximum marks were scored on Monday. Usha took the test on Thursday. Pari scored twice the marks scored by Menu. The marks scored by Menu are one less than the marks scored by Antu. The marks scored by Usha were an even number.

Important for :

1

A

Following the final solution we can say that Asha scored the highest marks.
Hence, the correct answer is option A.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Seven persons – Tina, Pari, Antu, Reta, Menu, Usha and Asha took a test on different days of a week starting Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different marks.

We will keep this information in mind while solving the puzzle.

Usha took the test on Thursday.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

We can use the given easily to construct a following table.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | ||

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | ||

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

Only twenty four marks in total were scored before Thursday.

Maximum number of marks were scored on Monday.

The marks scored by each of the persons who take the test on the first four days of the week are multiple of three.

Here, we already figured out that 6 were scored on Tuesday.

So, the sum marks scored on Monday and Wednesday will be 24 – 6 = 18.

Now, the possible combinations of marks scored Monday and Wednesday given that the marks scored on Monday and Wednesday were the multiple of three.

15 + 3 = 18

To make the combination valid 15 marks must be scored on Monday as it is given that the marks scored on Monday were maximum.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | 3 | |

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

9 + 9 = 18

Here, 9 marks cannot be scored twice as we know that each of the person scored different marks.

So, we can say that

12 + 6 = 18

Here, 6 marks cannot be scored on Monday or Wednesday as we know that each of the person scored different marks and 6 marks are already scored on Tuesday.

So, we can say that **combination 3 is invalid.**

Here, we will make a mental note of information that the marks scored on Tuesday were in multiple of three.

Antu took the test on Wednesday and marks scored by him is an odd number.

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Here, the only possible scenario for the marks is Usha is when Usha score twelve marks as this is the only multiple of three which is less than 15 apart from 6 and 0 which are not possible in this case.

Now, we have figured out that Usha got 12 marks then the marks Reta must be 12 – 2 = 10.

**Reference:**

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday |

The marks scored by Menu is one less than the marks scored by Antu.

As we have already figured out that Antu scored 3 marks so the number of marks scored by Menu is 3 – 1 = 2.

Now, Menu must have Taken the test on Sunday as this is the only possible scenario for Menu to score 12 marks.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Asha took the test before Tina.

Pari scored twice marks scored by Menu.

Using the given hints we can figure the day of test and the number of the marks of Asha, Tina and Pari.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

2

E

Following the final solution we can say that 6 marks were scored by the person who took the test two days before Usha.Hence, the correct answer is option E.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Seven persons – Tina, Pari, Antu, Reta, Menu, Usha and Asha took a test on different days of a week starting Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different marks.

We will keep this information in mind while solving the puzzle.

Usha took the test on Thursday.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

We can use the given easily to construct a following table.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | ||

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | ||

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

Only twenty four marks in total were scored before Thursday.

Maximum number of marks were scored on Monday.

The marks scored by each of the persons who take the test on the first four days of the week are multiple of three.

Here, we already figured out that 6 were scored on Tuesday.

So, the sum marks scored on Monday and Wednesday will be 24 – 6 = 18.

Now, the possible combinations of marks scored Monday and Wednesday given that the marks scored on Monday and Wednesday were the multiple of three.

15 + 3 = 18

To make the combination valid 15 marks must be scored on Monday as it is given that the marks scored on Monday were maximum.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | 3 | |

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

9 + 9 = 18

Here, 9 marks cannot be scored twice as we know that each of the person scored different marks.

So, we can say that

12 + 6 = 18

Here, 6 marks cannot be scored on Monday or Wednesday as we know that each of the person scored different marks and 6 marks are already scored on Tuesday.

So, we can say that **combination 3 is invalid.**

Here, we will make a mental note of information that the marks scored on Tuesday were in multiple of three.

Antu took the test on Wednesday and marks scored by him is an odd number.

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Here, the only possible scenario for the marks is Usha is when Usha score twelve marks as this is the only multiple of three which is less than 15 apart from 6 and 0 which are not possible in this case.

Now, we have figured out that Usha got 12 marks then the marks Reta must be 12 – 2 = 10.

**Reference:**

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday |

The marks scored by Menu is one less than the marks scored by Antu.

As we have already figured out that Antu scored 3 marks so the number of marks scored by Menu is 3 – 1 = 2.

Now, Menu must have Taken the test on Sunday as this is the only possible scenario for Menu to score 12 marks.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Asha took the test before Tina.

Pari scored twice marks scored by Menu.

Using the given hints we can figure the day of test and the number of the marks of Asha, Tina and Pari.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

3

B

Following the final solution we can say that Menu was the last person to take the test.Hence, the correct answer is option B.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Seven persons – Tina, Pari, Antu, Reta, Menu, Usha and Asha took a test on different days of a week starting Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different marks.

We will keep this information in mind while solving the puzzle.

Usha took the test on Thursday.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

We can use the given easily to construct a following table.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | ||

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | ||

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

Only twenty four marks in total were scored before Thursday.

Maximum number of marks were scored on Monday.

The marks scored by each of the persons who take the test on the first four days of the week are multiple of three.

Here, we already figured out that 6 were scored on Tuesday.

So, the sum marks scored on Monday and Wednesday will be 24 – 6 = 18.

Now, the possible combinations of marks scored Monday and Wednesday given that the marks scored on Monday and Wednesday were the multiple of three.

15 + 3 = 18

To make the combination valid 15 marks must be scored on Monday as it is given that the marks scored on Monday were maximum.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | 3 | |

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

9 + 9 = 18

Here, 9 marks cannot be scored twice as we know that each of the person scored different marks.

So, we can say that

12 + 6 = 18

Here, 6 marks cannot be scored on Monday or Wednesday as we know that each of the person scored different marks and 6 marks are already scored on Tuesday.

So, we can say that **combination 3 is invalid.**

Here, we will make a mental note of information that the marks scored on Tuesday were in multiple of three.

Antu took the test on Wednesday and marks scored by him is an odd number.

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Here, the only possible scenario for the marks is Usha is when Usha score twelve marks as this is the only multiple of three which is less than 15 apart from 6 and 0 which are not possible in this case.

Now, we have figured out that Usha got 12 marks then the marks Reta must be 12 – 2 = 10.

**Reference:**

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday |

The marks scored by Menu is one less than the marks scored by Antu.

As we have already figured out that Antu scored 3 marks so the number of marks scored by Menu is 3 – 1 = 2.

Now, Menu must have Taken the test on Sunday as this is the only possible scenario for Menu to score 12 marks.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Asha took the test before Tina.

Pari scored twice marks scored by Menu.

Using the given hints we can figure the day of test and the number of the marks of Asha, Tina and Pari.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

4

D

Following the final solution we can say that the total marks scored before Thursday were 24 and the total marks scored after Thursday were 4 + 10 + 2 = 16.Required Difference = 24 – 16 = 8

Hence, the correct answer is option D.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Seven persons – Tina, Pari, Antu, Reta, Menu, Usha and Asha took a test on different days of a week starting Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different marks.

We will keep this information in mind while solving the puzzle.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

We can use the given easily to construct a following table.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | ||

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | ||

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

Only twenty four marks in total were scored before Thursday.

Maximum number of marks were scored on Monday.

The marks scored by each of the persons who take the test on the first four days of the week are multiple of three.

Here, we already figured out that 6 were scored on Tuesday.

So, the sum marks scored on Monday and Wednesday will be 24 – 6 = 18.

Now, the possible combinations of marks scored Monday and Wednesday given that the marks scored on Monday and Wednesday were the multiple of three.

15 + 3 = 18

To make the combination valid 15 marks must be scored on Monday as it is given that the marks scored on Monday were maximum.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | 3 | |

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

9 + 9 = 18

Here, 9 marks cannot be scored twice as we know that each of the person scored different marks.

So, we can say that

12 + 6 = 18

Here, 6 marks cannot be scored on Monday or Wednesday as we know that each of the person scored different marks and 6 marks are already scored on Tuesday.

So, we can say that **combination 3 is invalid.**

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday |

The marks scored by Menu is one less than the marks scored by Antu.

As we have already figured out that Antu scored 3 marks so the number of marks scored by Menu is 3 – 1 = 2.

Now, Menu must have Taken the test on Sunday as this is the only possible scenario for Menu to score 12 marks.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Asha took the test before Tina.

Pari scored twice marks scored by Menu.

Using the given hints we can figure the day of test and the number of the marks of Asha, Tina and Pari.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

5

C

Following the final solution we can say that the marks of Tina and Pari were 6 and 4 respectively.Required Sum = 6 + 4 = 10

Hence, the correct answer is option C.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Seven persons – Tina, Pari, Antu, Reta, Menu, Usha and Asha took a test on different days of a week starting Monday to Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them scored different marks.

We will keep this information in mind while solving the puzzle.

Only six marks were scored on Tuesday.

The one who took the test on Friday scored four marks.

We can use the given easily to construct a following table.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | ||

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | ||

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

Only twenty four marks in total were scored before Thursday.

Maximum number of marks were scored on Monday.

The marks scored by each of the persons who take the test on the first four days of the week are multiple of three.

Here, we already figured out that 6 were scored on Tuesday.

So, the sum marks scored on Monday and Wednesday will be 24 – 6 = 18.

Now, the possible combinations of marks scored Monday and Wednesday given that the marks scored on Monday and Wednesday were the multiple of three.

15 + 3 = 18

To make the combination valid 15 marks must be scored on Monday as it is given that the marks scored on Monday were maximum.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | 3 | |

Thursday | Usha | |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | ||

Sunday |

9 + 9 = 18

Here, 9 marks cannot be scored twice as we know that each of the person scored different marks.

So, we can say that

12 + 6 = 18

Here, 6 marks cannot be scored on Monday or Wednesday as we know that each of the person scored different marks and 6 marks are already scored on Tuesday.

So, we can say that **combination 3 is invalid.**

Reta took the test on Saturday and he scored two marks less than Usha.

The marks scored by Usha were in even number.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday |

The marks scored by Menu is one less than the marks scored by Antu.

As we have already figured out that Antu scored 3 marks so the number of marks scored by Menu is 3 – 1 = 2.

Now, Menu must have Taken the test on Sunday as this is the only possible scenario for Menu to score 12 marks.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | 15 | |

Tuesday | 6 | |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | 4 | |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

Asha took the test before Tina.

Pari scored twice marks scored by Menu.

Using the given hints we can figure the day of test and the number of the marks of Asha, Tina and Pari.

Day |
Person |
Marks |

Monday | Asha | 15 |

Tuesday | Tina | 6 |

Wednesday | Antu | 3 |

Thursday | Usha | 12 |

Friday | Pari | 4 |

Saturday | Reta | 10 |

Sunday | Menu | 2 |

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