General Intelligence and Reasoning

General Intelligence and Reasoning

General Intelligence and Reasoning

In competitive exams, General Intelligence and Reasoning is introduced to screen the aspirants for their overall mental faculties before they join an organization. As the aspirant must have the ability to understand various coding languages to keep the information confidential, so that none of the organization's information goes out.

In the examinations, most of the questions are asked from topics such as Analogy, Classifications, Series, Mathematical Operations, Inserting the Missing Character, Space Orientation, Punched Hole/Pattern folding and unfolding, Figurative Pattern folding and Completion and  Non Verbal (Mirror or Water Images).

The course aims at providing the aspirants the fundamental and conceptual knowledge and an opportunity to relate the situation through logical and intellectual approach.

The course has been divided in Lessons carefully crafted for the above purpose and supported by Video lectures. Each lesson is followed by a Quiz to help you asses your understanding of the topic and the concepts therein.

Lessons

  1. In reasoning section, the candidate has to choose one of the alternatives. Out of the given alternatives, only one is different from the rest. This different term is your answer.
  2. Questions on circular arrangement involve seating of people around a table or arrangement of things in a circular manner (for example, different coloured beads strung to form a necklace).
  3. Linear Arrangement is essentially ordering the items given in a sequence (in a single line). The questions of this type are also referred to as “Seating Arrangement”. The word “seating arrangement” should not be misconstrued – it should not be treated as consisting of questions involving only persons sitting as per specified conditions.
  4. Let us first look at basic relationships which often figure in the questions. If you are conversant with the given items in the table below, half of your battle is already won. It is not required to mug-up these names, but instead make a clear picture in your mind as you go through each one of them. This will go a long way in retaining the details of these given shortcut tricks for solving Blood relations problems for logical and analytical reasoning.

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