**Direction Sense Test Question 1: ****A person is standing at point P, he starts walking towards his west and walks for 8m and reached point Q then he takes a left turn and walks for 6m and reached point R then he takes a left turn and walks for 4m then he takes a right turn and walks for 6m and reached point S. Point S is 8m to the east of point T.**

**1.** If point M is exactly between P and Q, then how far is point M with respect to point S?

A. 10 m

B. 8 m

C. 12 m

D. 14 m

E. 16 m

**2.** In which of the following direction is point Q with respect to point T?

A. North-east

B. North-west

C. South-east

D. South-west

E. South

**3.** In which of the following direction is point R with respect to point S?

A. North-east

B. North-west

C. South-east

D. South-west

E. South

The path followed by the person looks like this:

Now let’s answer the questions:

**1.** Clearly, M is (6 + 6) = 12m from point S. **Therefore, C is the correct option.**

**2.** Point Q is north-east of point T. **Therefore, A is the correct option.**

**3.** Point R is north-west of point S. **Therefore, B is the correct option.**

**Direction Sense Test Question 2: Point R is to the northwest of point U, which is to the south of point Q, which is to the west of point S. Point T is to the north of point S and to the east of point P, which is in the same line as Q and U. R is in the same line as S and Q.**

**1.** If the distance between T and S is 5m and that between Q and U is 3m, then what is the distance between point P and U?

A. 6 km

B. 7 km

C. 9 km

D. 8 km

E. None of these

**2.** Point R is in which direction with respect to point T?

A. Northwest

B. Northeast

C. Southwest

D. Southeast

E. None of these

**1.** Using the information provided, we can draw this:

Clearly, the distance between P and U is (5 + 3) = 8m. **Therefore, D is the correct option.**

**2.** Clearly, R is South-West of T. **Therefore, C is the correct option.**

**Direction Sense Test Question 3: Amit was driving in New Town, where all roads run either north-south or east-west to form a grid. Roads were at a distance of 1 km from each other and parallel to each other.**

**1.** Amit started at the intersection of streets no. 7 and 8. He drove 3 km north, 3 km west and 4 km south. Which further route could bring him back to his starting point.

I. 3 km east, then 2 km south

II. 1 km north, then 3 km east

III. 1 km north, then 2 km west

A. I only

B. II only

C. I and II only

D. II and III only

E. None of these

**2.** After driving as stated in the above question, Amit did not return to the starting point, but instead drove 4 km east and 1 km north. How far is he from the starting point?

A. 5 km

B. 4 km

C. 1 km

D. 7 km

**1.** After traveling in this manner, the path followed by Amit looks like this:

From the figure, it is clear that to go back to the starting point, Amit should go 1 km north and then 3 km east. Thus, the route described in II will bring him back to his starting point. The routes described in I and III do not bring him back to the starting point. **Therefore, B is the correct option.**

**2.** In this case, the path followed by Amit looks like this:

Clearly, he is 1 km from his starting point. **Therefore, C is the correct option.**

**Direction Sense Test Question 4: ****Point N is 7m to the west of Point Y, which is 8m to the south of Point S. Point N is 15m to the north of Point W and 10m to the west of Point C. Point A is 12m to the north of Point K which is 20m to the east of Point W. A is to the south of T which forms a straight line with Y.**

**1.** N is at what distance and in which direction with respect to K?

A. 24m, North-West

B. 25m, North-West

C. 25m, North-East

D. 24m, East

E. 25m, North

**2.** S is in which direction with respect to T?

A. South-East

B. North-West

C. North-East

D. West

E. Cannot be determined

**3.** Which of the given combination of points form a rectangle?

A. YCAW

B. NTKW

C. NWAK

D. TKCW

E. Such a case does not exist

Based on the information given, we can draw the figure as shown below:

Now let’s answer the questions:

**1.** Clearly, point N is 25m north-west of point K. **So, B is the correct option.**

**2.** Point S is north-west of point T. **So, again B is the correct option.**

**3.** Clearly, NTKW forms a rectangle. **So, again B is the correct option.**

**Direction Sense Test Question 5: ****Meghna started from Point A, walked 7 m towards the West, took a left turn, walked 2 m and reached Point C. She, then, took a right turn and walked 4 m to reach Point D. She, then, took a right turn, walked 2 m before taking a final right turn and walked 3 m before stopping at Point B.**

**1.** How far and in which direction is Point A from Point B?

A. 6 m towards West

B. 8 m towards east

C. 10 m towards East

D. 10 m towards West

E. Cannot be determined

**2. **If Meghna walks 2 m towards South from Point A and reaches Point E, which of the following points (including E) would fall in a straight line?

A. A, B

B. A, D

C. B, C

D. C, D

E. None of these

The path followed by Meghna looks like this:

Now let’s answer the questions:

**1.** Clearly, point A is 8 m east of point B. **So, B is the correct option.**

**2.**

Clearly, points C, D, and E lie on a straight line. **So, D is the correct option.**

**Direction Sense Test Question 6: A man is facing West. He turns through 30° clockwise, again 120° clockwise and then turns through 180° anti-clockwise. In which direction is he facing now?**

A. West

B. North-West

C. North

D. South

E. South-West

The movements look like this:

The person moves net (180° – 30° – 120°) = 30° anticlockwise and finally faces south-west direction. **So, E is the correct option.**