General Intelligence and Reasoning.
General Intelligence and Reasoning is viewed as one of the greatest scoring areas of the SSC CGL Tier-I Exam. This part will test your capacity to think and solve problems. The Questions asked in this part are very tricky.
General Intelligence and Reasoning Syllabus
General Intelligence and Reasoning includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. This component may include questions on analogies, similarities and differences, space visualization, spatial orientation, problem-solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, arithmetic number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning etc.
The topics are, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Figural Classification, Semantic Series, Number Series, Figural Series, Problem Solving, Word Building, Coding & de-coding, Numerical Operations, symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched hole/ pattern- folding & un-folding, Figural Pattern- folding and completion, Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters/ numbers coding, decoding and classification, Embedded Figures, Critical thinking, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Other sub-topics, if any.
Detailed analysis of General Intelligence and Reasoning below :
- Coding-Decoding: Coding-Decoding essentially passes judgment on the up-and-comer’s capacity to interpret the code language. In each question of this subject, a word and a coded type of the word will be given. Understudies are needed to decipher the rationale behind this coding and afterwards apply a similar rationale to another offered word for discovering the response as a code.
- Arrangement: Questions dependent on Seating Arrangements are quite possibly the most widely recognized and significant inquiries in the Logical Reasoning fragment. In this kind of inquiry, a few groups are orchestrated all around, they might be standing or in any event, lounging around a roundabout table. Different points covered under this portion are Blood relations, Ranking, Puzzles and Direction Sense.
- Logic-based: Questions dependent on rationale requires basic reasoning and need a great deal of time to settle. On account of Syllogism questions, attract Venn Diagrams to stay away from disarray.
- Miscellaneous: Questions from points like Clock and Calendar are now and then asked in the Tier-I test.
- Non-verbal: This fragment covers themes like Pictorial Analogies, Symbol series, emblematic activities, numeric examples, spatial relations, space perceptions, Spatial Reasoning, perfect representation, and space picture are instances of inquiries.
The Verbal Reasoning segment covers 66% of the General Intelligence and Reasoning Section and inquiries are posed from subjects like Series, Ranks, Direction, Arrangement, Coding, Decoding, Analogy and Classification/Odd Pair, Syllogism and Statement Conclusion.
The Non-Verbal Reasoning area covers 34% of the General Intelligence and Reasoning Section and inquiries are posed from subjects like Figure Formation, Dice, Triangle, Rule Detection, Images, Completion of Pattern, Mirror Images, Figure Matrix, and Paper Folding, and so on.
Follow the below steps to score good General Intelligence and Reasoning section:
As this segment test up-and-comers’ capacity to think and critical thinking abilities, subsequently it is needed by the understudies to hone their sensible and logical abilities.
Both Verbal and Non-Verbal Types of Concepts ought to be centred around by the applicants. The comprehension of Directions ought to be exact, i.e., distinguishing which course is West, North, East, and South. Series is the main subject, yet it is likewise exceptionally hard to dominate
Try to rehearse as much past paper as possible. In any case, remember to follow the current design of the test, as the test design continues changing now and again.
Follow a legitimate procedure and a period table for every one of the segments of the inquiry paper.
Always remember that the given inquiry will be tackled by the information given just, don’t make pointless presumptions or judgments while taking care of the issue. Utilize keen and suitable stunts and techniques for tackling any issue.
Please refer the below books that will help you with your preparation:
- Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by Dr RS Aggarwal
- Analytical Reasoning Books by M.K Pandey
- Lucents Verbal Reasoning
- A new approach to Reasoning Books By B.S. Sijwali & S. Sijwali Arihant
- Multi-Dimensional Reasoning Books by Mishra & Kumar Dr Lal
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