How to Prepare reasoning for any Government Exam
Today we will learn how to prepare reasoning for government exam. Now every job seeker is preparing for government exam as everyone wants security and benefits or facilities of government job.
Government jobs provide us reasonable working hours, income, facilities, benefits and most important thing i.e. security. First benefit of Security is that it provides us a fixed amount of salary even after our retirement.
Who can appear in government exam?
Government provides jobs for all persons who possess different education. Any student can appear for government exam who has completed its 10th/12th/graduation or Postgraduate.
Exam Pattern of Government Exam where we will learn, How to Prepare reasoning?
In each government exam, questions can be ask from any of the below section-
- General Knowledge
- General Awareness
- Reasoning ability
- Numerical Ability/Quantitative Aptitude
- Computer Knowledge
- Professional Knowledge
Importance of Reasoning should be known for How to Prepare reasoning
Each government organisation(railway, bank, ssc,upsc etc.) who recruit candidates through written exam, follows the different exam pattern according to their need to check the ability of candidate.
One of the important section in government exam is “Reasoning ability”.Each organisation give more importance to this section as this section is one of the best way to check mental ability of the person. This ability defines how a person think on various problems and how he/she find solution for the same. This ability helps the organisation to find the way to come out from the critical situation/condition.
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Full Syllabus and important topics of Reasoning –
Before starting preparation, you must know what topics covered in Reasoning.
Topics for Verbal Reasoning
|5||Distance and Direction||1 hour|
|6||Series(Part-1)finding missing term
|9||Statement and conclusion||1 hour|
|12||Sequential Output Tracing/Machine Input|| 2 hour
3.Sequential order of Things
4.Family based problem puzzle
5.Comparison type Puzzle
6.Selection based puzzle
|16||Courses of Action||1 hour|
|17||Data Sufficiency||1 hour|
|18||Data Analysis||1 hour|
|19||Cause & Effect||1 hour|
|20||Number Test||1 hour|
Topics for Non Verbal Reasoning-
|Sl.No||Topic||Weightage||Approximately time to cover topic|
|20||Analogy or Similarity||4-5||2 hour|
|27||Finding the missing figure||2-3||2 hour|
How to prepare these topics-
To prepare these topics you must know the concept of each topic and tricks and shortcuts for the same.
Find shortcut tricks for each topic of reasoning here.
Best of luck