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1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Quantitative Aptitude


The various formats of questions on reasoning and tips on solving them are detailed below:

A statement followed by two courses of action numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and on the basis of the information given in the statement, decide which of the suggested courses of action logically follow(s) for pursuing.

Give answer

* (A) If only I follows
* (B) If only II follows
* (C) If either I or II follows
* (D) If neither I nor II follows
* (E) If both I and II follow.

The following question presents a situation and asks you to make a judgment regarding that particular circumstance. Choose an answer based on given information.

Eileen is planning a special birthday dinner for her husband's 35th birthday. She wants the evening to be memorable, but her husband is a simple man who would rather be in jeans at a baseball game than in a suit at a fancy restaurant. Which restaurant below should Eileen choose?

A. Alfredo's offers fine Italian cuisine and an elegant Tuscan decor. Patrons will feel as though they've spent the evening in a luxurious Italian villa.
B. Pancho's Mexican Buffet is an all-you-can-eat family style smorgasbord with the best tacos in town.
C. The Parisian Bistro is a four-star French restaurant where guests are treated like royalty. Chef Dilbert Olay is famous for his beef bourguignon.
D. Marty's serves delicious, hearty meals in a charming setting reminiscent of a baseball clubhouse in honor of the owner,Marty Lester, a former major league baseball all-star.

The following problem consists of three statements. Based on the first two statements, the third statement may be true, false, or uncertain.

Tanya is older than Eric.
Cliff is older than Tanya.
Eric is older than Cliff.

If the first two statements are true, the third statement is

A. true
B. false
C. uncertain

Family related problem:

(I). A, B, C, D, E and F are six members of a family
(II). One couple has parents and their children in the family
(III). A is the son of C and E is the daughter of A
(IV). D is the daughter of F who is the mother of E
Which of the following pairs is the parents of the couple ?

(a) CF
(b) AB
(c) AF
(d) BC

Some tips on family related problems:

In family related problems the success of a candidate depends upon the knowledge of the blood relations, some of which are summarized below to help solve such questions:

Mother's or father's son Brother
Mother's or father's daughter Sister
Mother's or father's brother Uncle
Mother's or father's sister Aunt
Mother's or father's father Grandfather
Mother's or father's mother Grandmother
Son's wife Daughter-in-law
Daughter's husbandSon-in-law
Husband's or Wife's sister Sister-in-law
Husband's or Wife's brother Brother-in-law
Brother's son Nephew
Brother's daughter Niece
Uncle's or Aunt's son or daughter Cousin
Sister's husband Brother-in-law
Brother's wife Sister-in-law
Grandson's or Grand Daughter's daughter Grand grand daughter

Positioning or arrangements of items. For example;

Five cars are ready at the start line of a race. Car B is positioned to the right of Car A but is not positioned next to Car C. Car C is positioned next to Car D, which has Car b on its left side. Car E is positioned furthest from Car C.
Which car does not have a car to the left of it?

In the school bus the 6 children have to occupy 6 seats in a row. William wishes to sit next to Jack. Jack prefers to sit next to June. Flora does not want to sit next to Hugh. Dan wants to sit next to William or Flora. June does not want to sit next to Hugh but wishes to sit next to Flora. Flora only wish to sit next to one person.

To fulfill all of the children's preferences, who should sit next to Hugh?

Jumbled sentences are given and they have to be unscrambled in order to form meaningful sentence. For example;

The following paragraph is made of sentences which are jumbled. Unscramble this paragraph and sort the sentences in their proper order.

A: And if you are in an English-speaking country.
B: Chances are they will have an Indian accent.
C: Your phone rings - someone's trying to sell you financial services.
D: The person you are speaking to is likely to be sitting in a massive room with hundreds of otherr people.

Some statements are given and based upon them you have to find which derived statement is definitely true:

All materials are degradable. Some materials are solid. Which of the statements below are true?

(a) solids are degradable
(b) Some solids are degradable
(c) All solids are materials
(d) All degradable products are materials

Review the facts below.

Rupert is short and blond.
Robert likes dogs.
Dogs bark.
Blond creatures are dogs.

Based on the information above, which of the following MUST be true?

(a) Robert has a blond dog named Rupert
(b) All dogs are tall
(c) Rupert is a short dog that barks
(d) Rupert is a good dog and does not bark

Questions on Calendar:

Rohit went to the movies nine days ago. He goes to the movies only on Sturday. What day of the week is today?

(a) Monday
(b) Thursday
(c) Tuesday
(d) Sunday

If 1st March is Monday, then 1st April will be

(a) Tuesday
(b) Friday
(c) Monday
(d) Thursday

If 25th July in a year is Friday, the number of Tuesdays in that month is

(a) 6
(b) 5
(c) 3
(d) 4

Some tips on calendar based questions:

1. There are 12 months in a year
2. An ordinary year consists of 365 days. But a leap year has 366 days.
3. The months having 31 days are - January, March, May, July, August, October and December.
4. The months having 30 days are - April, June, September and November.
5. Generally, February month has 28 days. But, a leap year has 29 days in February.
6. Check of a leap year: If any year which is divisible by 4 (four) it is a leap year.

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