UGC NTA NET Exam Preparation: Types of Reasoning|unit-5| Part-1|

 UGC NTA NET Exam Preparation: Types of Reasoning|unit-5| Part-1|


it is the process of thinking in a logical way in order to form the conclusion or judgement from an information. it basically test one's ability to judge things when in a complete situation. it analyses a student's ability to picturise data and rearrange it to reach to a solution. from a student's perspective, reasoning as a subject does not require any formal learning of specific rules, but an exposure to find your own way to handle tricky questions.

Types of Reasoning: 

conventionally there are three important domains of reasoning 

1. Non-verbal Reasoning:

The term 'non verbal' indicates 'does not involve any language'. non-verbal reasoning is a test involves ability to understand, interpret and analyse the visual data and solve problems using visual reasoning. the questions in non-verbal appear in diagrammatic or pictorial form. it involves identifying relationship finding series, image analysis, finding similarities and difference b/w shapes and patterns it also includes question based on paper folding, cubes, and dice, mirror and water image, figure matrix, dot analysis,grouping of images etc.

2. Verbal Reasoning:

it is the ability to understand and logically work through concepts and problems expressed in words. it includes question based on analogy, classification, direction sense test, blood relation etc. it requires logical reasoning, a reasonable knowledge of English language and advanced knowledge of maths.

3. Logical Reasoning: it is the process of deriving a logical inference from a hypothesis through reasoning. it tests one's reading and understanding abilities. one should be able to draw reasonable conclusions from sentences and paragraphs. it involves interpreting sentences, deriving conclusions from passages, extracting logics from statements, deriving courses of action from statements, arguments, assumptions and conclusions from the given statements.

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