Reasoning Tips & Tricks for Competitive Exams

Reasoning is a very important topic in every competitive exams. It is generally categorized into two types namely Verbal Reasoning and Non-verbal reasoning. Aspirants who are trying to get in competitive exams feels that reasoning is very difficult. Some of them don’t even dare to appear in the exams which contain reasoning as one of its section.  Remaining of them either score heavily or waste a lot of time and still score less. This section rewards your hard work and training. The more you have prepared, the better you score.

Here is good news for you!!! Strutor provides quicker techniques and conceptual clarity wherever possible. So you need not fear any of those exams which contains questions on reasoning, especially on verbal reasoning. Strutor provides more detailed explanation  of concepts and many worked out examples, quizzes and Mock tests. So the aspirants can acquire better understanding of concepts as well as better problem-solving skills.

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For good understanding purpose Strutor provides  you both detailed and quicker methods to solve each and every problem. However, for practical purpose, Concentrate on working formulas instead  of  delving  too much with the theory. So that you can save your valuable time in the examination hall. Once you revised well every topic keenly, you shall feel empowered enough to evolve formulas of your own.

 Main Chapters to Prepare Reasoning for Banking

These are the most important chapters in the Reasoning section for banking. These have appeared time and again. You must be very comfortable with these questions as these questions hold the best chance of you clearing the exam.

1) Syllogisms

Usually up to 5 questions are asked from syllogism

2) Coding & Decoding

3) Inequalities

4) Puzzles (Esp Seating Arrangement and Double Line up)

If your good in Reasoning, then you can attempt it as your second section. Because you are good in this section, So you can allocate 20 to 25 minutes  to attempt reasoning. Do not attempt reasoning questions hastily, since it may decrease your accuracy and result in less marks