ISBN 9789383379385,Koncepts of Logical Reasoning for CAT

Koncepts of Logical Reasoning for CAT


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Disha Publication

Publication Year 2013

ISBN 9789383379385

ISBN-10 9383379383


Number of Pages 348 Pages
Language (English)

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Every problem has a solution. Sometimes the key is hidden in the problem itself. Sounds easy, isn't it?
Logical Reasoning is considered to be one of the most challenging sections for any competitive exam. The trick is to locate the answer within the clues hidden in the problems.
The book 'Koncepts of LR - Logical Reasoning for CAT, XAT, CMAT, Bank PO & other aptitude tests' is the benchmark in the learning process for Logical Reasoning. The book is the result of an extensive analysis of the past year exams papers. It incorporates CAT questions from the past 18 years and 6 years of IIFT, SNAP, XAT questions. The entire book has been divided into 4 groups, which are further subdivided into 5 parts based on the difficulty levels. So in all, each group has 5 difficulty levels viz. Concept Applicator, Concept Builder, Concept Cracker, Concept Deviator and Data Sufficiency, each of which are totally exhaustive in nature containing numerous examples and problems.
The Author has taken the onus of formulating questions on his own with his expertise in the domain. The result being, more than 1500 questions incorporated in the book each with detailed solution, a feature not available anywhere otherwise. The questions are judiciously divided into 5 levels of difficulty - Concept Applicator (CA), Concept Builder (CB), Concept Cracker (CC), Concept Deviator (CD) and Concept Eliminator (CE). This book serves the purpose for all the aptitude test takers looking to crack exams like CAT, XAT, SNAP, IIFT, Bank-PO, IBPS, SSC, Railways etc.
Chapter 1 Linear Arrangement
Chapter 2 Matrix Arrangement
Chapter 3 Circular Arrangement
Chapter 4 Set Theory
Chapter 5 Team Group formation
Chapter 6 Syllogism
Chapter 7 Logical Connectivity
Chapter 8 Input-Output
Chapter 9 Games & Tournaments
Chapter 10 Cubes
Chapter 11 Calendar
Chapter 12 Path and Route
Chapter 13 Clocks
Chapter 14 Family Tree
Chapter 15 Coding Series
Chapter 16 Statement Conclusion
Chapter 17 Direction
Chapter 18 Data Sufficiency
Chapter 19 Puzzles
Chapter 20 Miscellaneous