Reasoning Skills
Directions-I
shikha
November 24, 2015
>>CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF FILE OF DIRECTION-I.. Direction is the most puzzling concept in reasoning studies. Often out of 10, almost 5 questions, students attempt wrong, just due to impractical ways they apply. With direction, rotation additionally makes the puzzle harder to crack. North, South, East, West start revolves in your puzzling mind and left with no option except...
When problems based on Days, Dates, Weeks, Months and years come in competitive exams, we usually feel very confident while attempting, however, these tricky questions, which we think are the easiest of all can even drop your rank.Let’s understand Calendar and its helpful shortcuts to get a stronghold on the concept. NORMAL YEARLEAP YEARMONTHWEEK365 Days366 days (29 Days in February)30...
shikha
October 2, 2015
In reasoning skills, “Ranking” is another puzzling subject that can blast your mind, leaving no clue behind how to solve the problem. Without knowing the formula or shortcut, you will not be able to understand how to proceed and what to get. So as to solve ranking based problems as fast as possible, let’s go into the depth…. Ranking In...
Reasoning Skills
Symmetric Relation I
shikha
August 24, 2015
Taller, bigger, heavier, smaller, more, less, etc are the recognized words of English, however, once it comes in “reasoning portion” makes the puzzle more baffled and almost out of the head. There are n ways to crack these types of symmetrical puzzles but I have taken the most easygoing technique i.e. Directional Arrows. Let’s see how… ---------------------------------------------------------- Problem 1: If...
Reasoning Skills
Blood Relation II
shikha
July 27, 2015
In my last blog, we have discussed the Direct form of questions that actually not tough to resolve, but things can be harder as well. To make you people confuse, the examiner can ask in an indirect way to ensure your skills and smartness.In Blood Relation, another type that is randomly asked in exams is “Form of Arithmetic puzzles.” Let’s take a problem:...