Logical Reasoning

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Last Update March 18, 2022
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About This Course

Out of several types of aptitude questions, Logical reasoning are questions which require a logical mind to solve. It needs some level of analysis to arrive at the correct solution. Some questions are constructed based on concepts. However most of the questions require out of the box thinking.

There are two types of Logical reasoning questions:

  1. Verbal Reasoning Questions: These types of questions require the ability to logically understand the concepts and solve problems which are expressed in words. These questions test the ability of extraction of information and implications in a sentence.
  2. Non-verbal Reasoning Questions: These types of questions require the ability to logically understand the concepts and solve problems which are non verbal in nature and expressed in numbers/letters/figures in combination with words. These types of questions tests the ability of deduction and induction of logic of information and implications in a problem.

The logical reasoning section is one such, which is included in almost all major Government exams. A large part of reasoning syllabus can be divided into the two above-mentioned types.


How Solve Logical Reasoning Based Questions?

Read and understand the information carefully without any bias in your thoughts.

Analyze critical logical information given in the questions.

Think of all the possible solutions.

Eliminate the other options which does not seem near possible answer.

Arrive at the correct logical conclusion.


List of Topics under the Logical Reasoning Section

  1. Alphanumeric series
  2. Reasoning Analogies
  3. Artificial Language
  4. Blood Relations
  5. Cause and Effect
  6. Coding-Decoding
  7. Order & Ranking
  8. Mirror and Water Images
  9. Deductive Reasoning/Statement Analysis
  10. Directions
  11. Puzzles
  12. Picture Series and Sequences
  13. Paper Folding
  14. Embedded Images
  15. Seating Arrangements
  16. Shape Construction
  17. Critical path
  18. Cubes and cuboids
  19. Data Sufficiency
  20. Decision Making
  21. Input-Output
  22. Pattern Series and Sequences
  23. Statement and Conclusions
  24. Dices
  25. Figure Matrix
  26. Odd One Out
  27. Statement and Assumptions
  28. Syllogism

Learning Objectives

Logical reasoning questions are asked in any competitive exams. By completing this course you would have practiced few thousands of questions and hence be more prepared. Chances are pretty high that you will get real high scores!!

Target Audience

  • All those who are sitting of Banking, Railway, CAT, MAT, ATMA, XAT etc.



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Artificial Language

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Verbal Classification

Verbal Reasoning

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