Monday, 7 March 2016

REASONING STUDY NOTES

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Reasoning Study Notes For Bank Exam

Dear Readers,
Many of you are often afraid of Reasoning section. To make you excel in the reasoning section without any fear we provide you a complete study notes to help you crack Reasoning Questions in Bank Exam.  If you understand carefully, Reasoning Section can be solved with little ease.
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Reasoning  questions follow a certain type of presentation. These presentations are broadly classified into the following classes:
Syllogisms is a verbal reasoning type problem, which is an important topic and is frequently asked in many competitive examinations in the Reasoning Section. These types of questions contain two or more statement and these statements are followed by the number of conclusion. You have to find which conclusions logically follows from the given statements.
Roughly 5 Questions  are asked in the Bank Exam on Syllogism, which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Syllogism to check how much you know
Inequalities is a common topic for all competitive exams. We can expect 5 or 6 questions from this topic in Reasoning section. It is one of the easy topics for people who are slightly comfortable with elementary mathematics. You can take this  Reasoning Quiz on Inequalities to check how much you know!
Coding – Decoding is a method of transmitting a message between the sender and the receiver without a third person knowing it. Before transmitting, the data is encoded and at receiver side encode data is decoded in order to obtain original data by determining common key in encoded data.
Roughly 5 Questions  are asked in the Bank Exam on Coding- Decoding, which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Coding-Decoding to check how much you know!
  • Part 4: Seating Arrangement
Seating Arrangement comprises of 3 sub parts-
1. Circular Seating Arrangement
In Circular Seating Arrangement, you have to arrange people or objects around a circle, as per the given information in the questions.
Roughly 5 Questions  are asked in the Bank Exam on Circular Sitting Arrangement, which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Circular Seating  Arrangement to check how much you know!
2. Inward- Outward Seating  Arrangement-
Roughly 5 Questions  are asked in the Bank Exam on Inward-Outward Seating Arrangement, which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Inward- Outward Seating  Arrangement to check how much you know!
3. Linear  Sitting Arrangement- 
In linear (row) arrangement problems, we have to arrange the data linearly. The arrangement is done only one “axis” and hence, the position of people or objects assumes importance in terms of order like first position, second position, last position. In this type of arrangement, we take directions according to our left and right.
Roughly 5 Questions  are asked in the Bank Exam on Linear Sitting Arrangement, which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Linear Seating  Arrangement to check how much you know!
In Input Output-, questions are asked in the form of alphabetical management, machine arrangement or arrangement of numbers. You are asked to imagine that there is some kind of computer or word processing machine and this machine performs some operation on given input. These operations are performed repeatedly as per a pre-fixed pattern and subsequently we have different output at different steps.
Roughly 0-5 Questions  are asked in the Bank Exam on Input- Output which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Input- output to check how much you know!
  • Part 6- Logical Reasoning-
Logical Reasoning comprises of 2 sub- parts.
1. Statements & Course of Action-
Statement and Courses of Action is a major area of logical reasoning topic. This is a regular feature in Bank exams. This type of questions is intended to scrutinize the decision -making skills of the candidate.
Roughly 2-3 Questions  are asked in the Bank exam on Statement & Course of Action which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Statement & Course of Action to check how much you know!
2. Cause & Effect- 
Cause & Effect is a major area of logical reasoning topic. Usually in such questions the candidates are asked to determine whether a given event is the cause or the effect of some other event. The idea behind putting these questions is to ascertain the analytical and logical reasoning ability of the aspirants.
Roughly 2-3 Questions  are asked in the Bank exam on Cause & Effect which generally range from being Moderate to Difficult. You can take this Reasoning quiz  on Cause & Effect to check how much you know!
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