How To Attempt Logical Reasoning Questions Fast -2023

First, let me tell you one thing that here are no hard and fast rules except practicing hard and hard. If you are serious about your bright career in reputed Govt. sector jobs or other big administrative jobs, then you have to look for huge references for typical question answers from logical reasoning for example if result is coded as sftvmu, then what is the code for exam?.

Here In this blog post on CCS Blog, You will find absolutely perfect tricks to attempt logical reasoning questions fast during your exam.

How to attempt logical reasoning questions fast

Describing How to Attempt Logical Reasoning Questions Fast

Let’s start

  • First: Read the whole question. That is very important, Then, make boxes in order to fill in the interpretations you make out of the clues
  • Second: Find out the clue which is the most useful and gives the most concrete information and fill the start filling the boxes.
  • Third: Do not latch on to the thought that there is only one possibility, so, think of other possibilities too.
  • Fourth: After using up all your clues and filling in the boxes, cross-check with the clues again to see if all the clues are satisfied.
  • Fifth: There is a high possibility that the answer is "cannot be determined" So that is a possibility too.

These should help a little but practice will help you more
Reasoning can refer to ‘how one’s logic and mental status works when given a situation or a problem to solve.’

Tips To Solve Logical Reasoning Questions

  • After careful consideration, a brief explanation of why each choice is correct or incorrect should go into your mind.
  • NEVER assume or use any information that the question fails to give you.
  • Read both the factual passage and the sentence completion instruction carefully. Both must be considered in making your choice.
  • Pay special attention to words like "all," "some," or "none" when you read the factual information each question gives you. Other qualifying words such as "other than," "only" or "unless" are important, too. These words can play a critical part in precisely specifying the facts to be used in your reasoning.
  • Pay close attention to the word "ONLY" and to the phrase "IF AND ONLY IF". Even a word missing can create a big gap in sentence meaning.
  • One way is to regularly solve crossword puzzles, Sudoku, riddles, etc. This will sharpen your logical aspect.

Develop Aptitude and Reasoning skills.

These are thirteen tips that can help to improve your skills

  • Practice - Practice a lot to solve some tricky question such as: result is coded as sftvmu, then what is the code for exam?
  • Basics - Work on your basics first. You can join any class also for learning the basics.
  • Consistency - Practice with proper consistency.
  • Concept - Concept is the king. So focus on learning concepts first.
  • Time Management-Try to solve the problem in very less time.
  • Short tricks - Learn short tricks. That will help you in the exam.
  • Play Games - you can play math games, and puzzles to sharpen your mind.
  • Brain Teaser - solve brain-teaser, Sudoku, puzzles will help you to improve your logical skills. That will help you to brain work faster and smarter.
  • Solve Yourself First - if any question comes then first try to solve by yourself, and if you fail to solve then take the help of others. This practice will help to improve your memory & identifying your mistakes.
  • Learn different methods - also learn different methods of one problem.
  • Online - there are many online channels available on the internet. Use this channels
  • Mock test - give mock tests because they are designed from an exam point of view.
  • Teach others - if you learn something then you teach others because when you teach others it will give you more celerity.

Tips to Attempt statement and argument problems of in logical reasoning

In statement and argument problems we encounter a diverse array of logical puzzles that require astute observation and critical evaluation. 

We learn to dissect statements, unravel hidden assumptions, and construct compelling arguments.  Let’s learn how to solve such question and answer fast just in four steps.

Step I- Doing Preliminary Screening

First screen the types of question carefully are they:

  • Ambiguous Arguments
  • Too Simple Arguments
  • Superfluous (more than is needed) Arguments
  • Question Back Form
  • They are weak and therefore not subjected to further tests.

STEP II- Checking the Correctness of Arguments

1. An Argument will pass Step II Test in the Following Cases

  • If the Argument Favours an Established case
  • If the Argument is Permitted to be Correct by ‘Experience’
  • If the Argument is Permitted to be Correct by ‘Logic and Common Sense’
  • If the Argument Supports ‘Prevailing Notions of Truth’

2. An Argument will not Pass the Step II Test and is Declared Weak in the Following Cases

  • If the Argument Against ‘Established Facts’
  • If the Argument is not Permitted to be Correct by ‘Experience’
  • If the Argument is not Permitted to be Correct by ‘Logic and Common Sense’
  • If the Given Argument Violates ‘Prevailing Notions of Truth’
  • If the Argument is Based on ‘Assumption or Individual Perception’
  • If an Argument is Based on ‘Examples or Analogy’

Step 3- Checking the Desirability in Case of Positive Argument

Step 4- Checking the Proper Connectivity of Argument and Statement

  • The argument pin points the main issue involved
  • The argument is balanced

Conclusion 🔔

You Answer will never be wrong…

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