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Eight students, A through H, are sitting around a circular table. Each student specializes in a different subject among Chemistry, Computer Science, Ecology, Geography, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics and Sociology, not necessarily in that order. The students are ranked according to their heights − rank 1 being the tallest − and no two students got the same rank. The sum of the ranks of any two students sitting opposite each other is odd. Further it is known that,

(i) The tallest student is not sitting opposite the shortest student, who, in turn, specializes in Ecology.

(ii) A, whose specialization is Geography, is the fourth tallest student and he is sitting opposite the student who is the fourth shortest and whose specialization is Sociology.

(iii) The students whose specializations are Chemistry and Physics are sitting adjacent to each other.

(iv) B and C are sitting opposite each other and one of them specializes in Medicine, and the other, in Computer Science.

(v) E is sitting two places away from A, while the student sitting opposite E specializes in Chemistry.

(vi) D is sitting to the immediate right of A, while the student sitting opposite D specializes in Mathematics.

(vii) There is exactly one student between F, the second shortest student, and the second tallest student.

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**Type : **MCQ

If it is known that the third tallest student is sitting adjacent to the second tallest student, then who is sitting to the immediate right of the tallest student?

2

**Type : **MCQ

If G is sitting adjacent to the student whose specialization is Medicine, then the student whose specialization is Computer Science is sitting adjacent to who among the following?

3

**Type : **MCQ

If it is known that when the shortest student and the tallest student interchange their places, the student whose specialization is Computer Science will be sitting opposite G, who among the following specializes in Sociology?

4

**Type : **MCQ

Which of the following statements is definitely true?