About this course
The course ensures that it covers all the necessary topics and question types that have appeared in the SSC Exams like CGL, CPO, CHSL, GD and MTS.
To provide a clear overview, we have divided the the supported book into 23 chapters, each focusing on a different aspect of Reasoning.
To aid your practice and assess your progress, each chapter has strategically crafted exercises. These exercises have been designed into 3 parts: Exercise A for SSC GD and MTS Exams, Exercise B for SSC CHSL Exam and Exercise C for SSC CGL and CPO Exams. The chapters encompass a wide range of topics.
This course encompasses a total of 500 thoughtfully compiled TCS questions. In addition, it provides comprehensive answers to all 500 questions, enabling you to evaluate your performance and enhance your understanding of the subject matter.
Series completion questions are a type of logical reasoning question that requires you to identify the pattern of a series of numbers or letters. Once you have identified the pattern, you can use it to determine the missing or next term in the series.
The "Analogy Reasoning" chapter explores the fascinating world of analogical thinking and reasoning, a fundamental cognitive process that helps humans understand, learn, and solve problems. Analogies are comparisons between two pairs of objects or concepts that highlight their underlying similarities and relationships. This chapter delves into how analogy reasoning plays a crucial role in various fields, including language comprehension, problem-solving, decision-making, and creativity.
The "Classification Reasoning" chapter explores the essential process of classification, a fundamental cognitive skill that allows individuals to organize and categorize information based on shared attributes and relationships. Classification reasoning is a powerful mental tool used in various disciplines, including science, mathematics, technology, and everyday decision-making. This chapter delves into the principles and strategies behind classification reasoning and its practical applications in different contexts.
Coding and decoding is a chapter in the reasoning ability section of many competitive exams. This chapter tests the candidate's ability to decode a given code and answer the related questions based on it.
There are various types of coding and decoding questions that are asked in competitive exams. These include:
Letter to letter coding: In this type of coding, each letter of the alphabet is assigned a code. The code can be a number, a symbol, or another letter. For example, in the code "A-1, B-2, C-3, ..., Z-26", each letter is assigned a number from 1 to 26.
Number to letter coding: In this type of coding, each number is assigned a code. The code can be a letter, a symbol, or another number. For example, in the code "1-A, 2-B, 3-C, ..., 26-Z", each number is assigned a letter from A to Z.
Alphabet-symbol-numerical coding: In this type of coding, a combination of letters, symbols, and numbers are used to code the words. For example, in the code "A@1, B#2, C$3, ..., Z%26", each letter is assigned a code that is a combination of a letter, a symbol, and a number.
Values coding: In this type, each letter is assigned a value. The values of the letters are then used to form a code. For example, in the code "A-1, B-2, C-3, ..., Z-26", each letter is assigned a value from 1 to 26. The code for the word "ABC" would then be "123".
Substitution coding: In this type of coding, a word or phrase is substituted with another word or phrase. For example, in the code "DOG-CAT, HAT-MAT, BAT-RAT", the word "DOG" is substituted with the word "CAT", the word "HAT" is substituted with the word "MAT", and the word "BAT" is substituted with the word "RAT".
Decipher coding: In this type of coding, a code is given and the candidate is asked to decipher it. For example, if the code is "123", the candidate would need to decipher it to find out that the word is "ABC".
Logical Venn Diagram Reasoning is an engaging and comprehensive course designed to enhance students' logical reasoning skills using Venn diagrams. Venn diagrams are powerful visual tools used to illustrate the relationships between different sets or groups of objects, making them an essential part of problem-solving in various fields, including mathematics, logic, and analytical reasoning.
Mathematical Operation Reasoning is a comprehensive course designed to strengthen students' problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities through the understanding and application of various mathematical operations. This course aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge and techniques to analyze and solve complex problems by employing different mathematical operations strategically.
In this chapter, we explore the concepts of "Statement" and "Conclusion," which are fundamental in logic and reasoning. Understanding how statements and conclusions are constructed and evaluated is crucial for developing critical thinking skills and making sound arguments.
The chapter begins by defining what constitutes a statement, emphasizing its declarative nature. We delve into the various types of statements, such as simple, compound, and complex statements, and learn how to identify them in different contexts.
Next, we explore the process of drawing conclusions based on given statements. This involves understanding the rules of logical inference and recognizing valid and invalid arguments. We delve into deductive and inductive reasoning, discussing their strengths and limitations.
Series reasoning is a comprehensive course designed to enhance your analytical thinking and problem-solving skills by exploring patterns and sequences in various numerical and non-numerical series. This course is ideal for individuals interested in improving their logical reasoning abilities, such as students preparing for competitive exams, professionals aiming to excel in aptitude tests, or anyone keen on sharpening their cognitive abilities.
The "Counting the Figures" course offers an engaging and interactive exploration of visual pattern analysis and counting techniques. This course is designed to sharpen participants' analytical skills and enhance their ability to identify, enumerate, and comprehend complex patterns and shapes. Whether you're a student, professional, or simply curious about visual reasoning, this course will provide you with a strong foundation to tackle visual challenges across various domains.
The "Mirror and Water Images Reasoning" chapter is an essential part of the broader field of logical and spatial reasoning. In this chapter, students and learners will delve into the fascinating world of mirror images and water images, understanding how they are formed, and exploring the principles behind them. This chapter is typically included in mathematics, puzzles, and aptitude-related curricula for students at various educational levels, ranging from primary to secondary education.
Key Concepts Covered:
1. Reflection and Symmetry: Students will learn the fundamental concept of reflection and symmetry in two-dimensional space. They will explore how a mirror image is formed when an object or shape is reflected across a line, known as the mirror axis.
2. Mirror Images: This section will focus on understanding how mirror images are created and how they relate to the original objects. Learners will encounter different examples and scenarios involving letters, numbers, and shapes to develop their ability to visualize mirror images.
3. Water Images: Similar to mirror images, water images involve the reflection of objects, shapes, or text, but this time, the reflection occurs in a water surface. Students will explore the peculiarities of water images compared to mirror images and how to identify patterns in these reflections.
4. Problem-Solving Techniques: Throughout the chapter, students will be introduced to effective problem-solving techniques for dealing with mirror and water image-related questions. These strategies will involve understanding rotational symmetry, identifying mirror axes, and determining relationships between objects and their reflections.
5. Practical Applications: The chapter will also showcase real-world applications of mirror and water images, such as their relevance in art, design, and architecture. Additionally, students may encounter examples of how these concepts are used in scientific instruments and optical devices.
Spotting the embedded figure is a visual perception activity that involves identifying a smaller figure hidden or embedded within a larger, more complex figure. This task is often used as a part of cognitive assessments, intelligence tests, and is commonly found in puzzles and educational materials for children. It helps in developing observation skills, pattern recognition, and spatial reasoning.
The chapter commences with an introduction to cubes, focusing on their fundamental properties. Readers will learn about the six faces of a cube, the twelve edges, and the eight vertices that make up this regular polyhedron. We delve into the concept of a perfect cube and explore how to calculate the volume, surface area, and other essential parameters associated with cubes. Practical examples and real-world scenarios demonstrate the relevance and utility of these calculations.