Logical Reasoning section in the written exam focuses on the logical and analytical skills of the candidate. Generally, this section consists of set of questions which are to be answered on the basis of provided information. In some exams, this section also includes the questions related to data interpretation. In data interpretation, questions are asked in the form of graphs, pie- charts, diagrams. Logical reasoning consists of puzzled based questions which require logical thinking.
Regular practice of puzzles, brain teasers and logical reasoning helps you to increase your score in this section. Exposure to the different style of reasoning acquaints the brain with the reasoning patterns and helps you identify the logic operating behind these questions easily.
Tips to handle logical reasoning questions:
- Read the given information carefully.
- Always check the options before solving the questions
- Try to use the choice elimination methods.
- Always try to use the symbols and diagrammatic approach.
The main areas covered in logical reasoning are:
- Analytical Reasoning
- Coding Decoding
- Blood Relations
- Input Output
- Data Sufficiency
The essential point to get excel in this section is practice. Practice all the questions with various levels of difficulty.
However, this section is not a part of this company’s placement procedure.
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