Why is reasoning required?
No competitive entrance examination or recruitment test of today is devoid of a section that tests the candidate’s reasoning and logical analysis skills. In reality, in many examinations, extra weightage is given to segments that test an aspirant’s verbal and non-verbal reasoning skills. The sole reason is that – more an aspirant is adept in reasoning, the more will be his capacity to think out of the box and apply his knowledge to real-time problems. Those are the qualities that all recruiters are in search of in respective employees.
What the book offers
The revised version of ‘A New Approach To Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning’ has been divided into three comprehensive segments – Verbal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning. Each segment consists of chapters and sets of question papers, covering all different patterns of questions. The Verbal Reasoning segment covers generic quizzical questions related to analogy, coding, puzzles, clocks and calendars, finding the patterns of series, clerical assessment level questions, etc. The Analytical Reasoning segment explores more real-time problems like syllogism, cause and effect of particular actions, differentiating between statements and arguments and processing them otherwise, arriving at correct assumptions, etc. The Non-Verbal segment deals with questions which need to be mentally imagined like analogy and classification of substances, figuring out patterns to complete figures, imagining the mirror and water image of a particular image, etc.
The guidebook contains two sections – one section containing basic conceptual questions and the next section containing advanced level questions to make the students adept at their concepts.
Thousands of model questions and previous year’s questions from examinations of MAT, Bank PO entrance exam, SSC, RRB, RIB, etc. along side detailed solutions have been provided. The a lot of questions provided will let the aspirants get an idea of the type and level of questions asked in the examinations commonly. Thus, practicing questions in this book will help the students to gain confidence regarding the reasoning questions asked in the competitive tests.
About The Writer
Arihant Prakashan was established in 1997 as a firm which provided comprehensive preparation guides along side model questions for students aiming to crack the IIT-JEE entrance examination. Since then, their team of highly knowledge editors and content writers have grown vigorously and the organization has become probably the most sought after firms for education oriented books in India. Today, Arihant develops their own study material and NCERT guidebooks for school-going children, sets of practice question papers along side authentic theory for students aspiring to crack any major entrance or recruitment examination in the country (IIT-JEE, Bank PO, GATE, CTET, NDA, IAS, SSC, RRB, CLAT, MAT, UPSC, CISCE and CBSE, etc.) and even online study material and tests for all the exams. Educators in all places the country have come to depend on books developed by this organization at every level of education for students to receive the most genuine and top of the range study material for exam preparation.
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A New Approach to REASONING Verbal & Non-Verbal