is there any way to download e-book of RS Aggarwals Modern Approach to Verbal and Non verbal reasoning?
Since these books are copyright protected, these are not available in any of the websites for free of cost. you can try the ink
or you can try olx website to get the book free of cost
uoh entrance exam social science.... reasoning syllabus
Entrance test for admission to MA Integrated Social Science in University of Hyderabad will be conducted for 100 marks in MCQs format.
It has four section as mentioned below:
Part A consists of Social Studies and General Awareness
Part B consists of Language and Comprehension
Part C consists of Reasoning Ability
Part D consists of Quantitative Aptitude
Each section has 25 questions, each question carrying one mark.
First of all, there's no detailed syllabus provided for each section, when it comes to reasoning section you can prepare for topics such as Alphanumeric Series,Coding Decoding,Blood Relations,Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test,Syllogism,Puzzle etc.
The best books for reasoning sections are MK Pandey's Analytical Reasoning, or RK Agarwal Verbal and Nonverbal Reasoning.
Even if you don't have these books, there are various competitive exams sites where you'll find plenty of practice papers for reasoning section, it's better first you develop conceptual understanding of these topics and later on proceed towards practice. You can search the Internet or even watch YouTube videos for this.
You should go through previous year paper for which the link is provided below, it will make you acquaint with paper pattern, level of questions, topics and other relevant details for preparation of entrance test.
can i get csir net life science reasoning questions and answers
For CSIR NET LIFE SCIENCE questions and answers you can visit https://competition.careers360.com/articles/csir-ugc-net-question-papers
They have many other papers on life science like this and it will be beneficial for you to solve them. Also you can take online classes on Unacademy (it is helpful). All the best.
banking k liye reasoning ki preparation kaisa krni chahiye
Tips to cover banking reasoning:-
Never target to attempt all the questions asked. This will lose your accuracy and make you feel puzzled. Prefer to practice from Reasoning Best book for bank exam.
Pick the right question. Your ability to read the question and grasp the required information should be efficient. You should know which question to be solved and which one can be skipped for later.
Do the easy questions first. But do not waste much time finding the same. As only one question display on-screen in one time.
Do not feel panic. Be very calm and easy. Do not get nervous this will make it hard for you to solve even the easier question.
Keep a check on the time. While practicing Reasoning questions for PO Exam always pay attention to the time management.
Try to grasp Reasoning tricks to solve the questions within seconds. This will help you save your time.
Take the section-wise test. Taking Reasoning test will help you analyze your performance and a chance to work on your weak points.
Hope this information is helpful for you.
All the best
I want to start my profession in teaching please! if anyone interested in learning mathematics or ENGLISH or aptitude or reasoning I will teach you by online but my qualification is just BA honours from university of Delhi. please share this if you can ....,thank you a lot
This is the proper plateform where you can get students to teach you have to find students on some other online plateform. Here we do answers of students quarries and guide them in their carrier.
This plateform of careers360 provides crash courses and courses for test serieses.
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I bought Arihant book for preparation of du b.el.ed entrance exam it has reasoning and general knowledge too but these two topics are not in syllabus , is there any syllabus change , I have to study them or not ? I am confused about it !
According to the official syllabus, DU B.El.Ed consists of 100 MCQs in English, Hindi, Social Sciences,Mathematics and Science upto Class 10. There is no General Knowledge and Reasoning topics in the Syllabus. So under English, go for Comprehension and Verbal Ability. If you have already brought the book, we would suggest you to first complete the Subjects and then may be a just a week before the exam, read through the reasoning and General Knowledge just in case if there are questions asked out of syllabus. But mostly they will not be because the official bulletin doesn't mention any Reasoning and General Knowledge as topics in the Entrance examination.
does reasoning questions come in du b.el.ed entrance exam .
The B.El.Ed. Entrance test for the University of Delhi will be of 2 hours duration with 100 MCQs. The Entrance test shall consist of 40 questions in English and Hindi, and 20 questions each in Mathematics, Science and Social Science. The qu estions will be from English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science till class 10th from NCERT Textbooks. This means there's no section of reasoning ability in the entrance syllabus.
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Assertion, A : CH2CICOOH is 100 times as strong as CH3COOH while CHC12COOH is still stronger. The CC13COOH is 10000 times stronger than ~H3COOH. Reasoning, R : Electron-withdrawing halogens strengthen the acids.
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Both Assertion and Reason are correct and the reason is the correct explanation of Assertion.
More the electronegitivity of the halogens , more will be the acidity.So Acidity increases if number of halide ions increases.
Order of Acidity: CCL3COOH > CHCl2COOH >CH2ClCOOH > CH3COOH
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important chapters of reasoning bhu ba intrance exams
Thank you for your query. The following are the chapters of reasoning for IIT BHU BA Entrance Exams:
- Organic Chemistry
- Political Science
For more details you can check the following link:
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cucet 2020 ka BA bed reasoning syllabus kiya hai
You may know the CUCET syllabus for 4 yrs. Integrated B.A. B.Ed. course. The duration of this examination is two hours. Only one test paper will be there for this session and the question paper will comprise of 100 MCQs (with maximum 100 marks) from the following :
• Numerical Aptitude/Data Interpretation
• Analytical Skills
• Reasoning & General Aptitude
• General Knowledge
There is no specific syllabus for Reasoning officially released by the authority but to get some idea about the type of questions that can be asked in the exam from this section, kindly download and go through the sample paper available at :
After visiting the link mentioned above, first select ' Category 1 : UI ' from the ' Program Level ' drop down menu. Then, choose ' B.A. B.Ed. ' option as your subject from the drop down menu of ' Program Name (Subject) '. Finally, go to ' Click Here ' option available below the title ' Model Test Paper '.
I am providing you below four questions as examples, which are available in the sample paper as well : -
1. Pen is to poet as needle is to :
2. Find the odd one out :
3. Six friends are sitting in a circle and are facing the centre of the circle. Hari is between Prakash and Pankaj. Priti is between Mukesh and Lalit. Prakash is to the left of Mukesh. Who is to the second right of Hari?
(D) None of these
4. Pointing to a photograph, Vipul said, "She is the daughter of my grandfather's only son." How is Vipul related to the girl in the photograph?
Practice similar type of questions from other popular books on Reasoning.
I hope this answer will be helpful.