19 Nov 2016

Important Tips to Get More Marks in Reasoning Section- IBPS CLERK VI Prelims 2016

Important Tips to Get More Marks in Reasoning Section- IBPS CLERK VI Prelims 2016
Important Tips to Get More Marks in Reasoning Section- IBPS CLERK VI Prelims Exam:
Dear Readers, previously we have provided the important tips to get more marks in Aptitude Section in IBPS Clerk VI Prelims 2016, now here we have given the same for Reasoning Section. By seeing this strategy definitely your confident level will increase and that will help you to clear the examination. 

Here we have presented a planning to attend the Reasoning Section in a better way, and this is for the candidates those who are feeling difficult to clear the Reasoning Section.  


 Question Pattern for Reasoning Section in IBPS CLERK V Prelims Exam:
Number of Questions
35
Total Marks
35

Expected Questions in Quantitative Reasoning Section:
1.)   Inequality - 5 Questions
2.)  Number/Alphabetical Series or Number Set (3 digit number) - 5 Questions
3.)  Coding Decoding- 5 Questions
4.)  Seating Arrangements 5 Questions  
5.)  Linear Arrangements - 5 Questions
6.)  Miscellaneous - 10 Questions
Miscellaneous Questions includes- Ranking, Direction Sense, Blood Relations etc.. 

Inequality:
Inequality is one of the easiest part for most of the banking aspirants, everyone will start the Reasoning Section with Inequality and we can score easily in this type of questions.  We all knew that in IBPS CLERK Prelims there will be 5 questions from Inequality. As it is clerical level minimum (3-4) four questions will be asked directly and you can get answers easily, Person those who are familiar with understanding the logic of symbols in Inequality you can easily attends all the 5 Questions correctly.
Inequality: - 5 Marks

Number/Alphabetical Series or Number Set(3 digit number):
Based on previous year pattern there will be 5 question on Number/Alphabetical Series or Number Set (3 digit number).  Compared to Number Set it will be easier to solve if Number/Alphabetical Series is asked. But for Number Set minimum 4 questions you can solve easily as it involves simple number interchanging and rearranging concepts.
Number/Alphabetical Series or Number Set - 4 Marks

Coding Decoding:
 In Coding Decoding topic, if you are familiar with English alphabet's positional numbers of (A-Z), you can easily reveal the logics for minimum 3 questions quickly which will be asked simple.  
Coding Decoding: Minimum- 3 Marks

Seating Arrangements:  
In Seating Arrangements topic, everyone can solve all clues, as it is clerical exam the level of clues will be mostly direct and not much complicated. But don't get struck and spent more time if you can't solve full seating. You can attend minimum 3 - 4 questions.
Seating Arrangements: Minimum- 3 or 4 Marks

Linear Arrangements:
 In Linear Arrangements topic, everyone can solve all clues, as it is clerical exam the level of clues will be mostly direct and not much complicated. But don't get struck and spent more time if you can't solve full seating. You can attend minimum 3- 4 questions.
Linear Arrangements: Minimum- 3 or 4 Marks

Miscellaneous: - 10 Questions
Final part is Miscellaneous, here totally 10 questions will be asked and here we have given the possible type of questions that may be asked in the Miscellaneous questions.     
·        Blood Relation- 2 or 3 questions
·        Direction Sense- 2 or 3 questions
·        Ranking-1 or 2 questions
·        Others - 3 questions
In this part, you can choose the questions based on your interest and in which topic you are strong. Here you can attend 5 to 7 questions correctly.
Miscellaneous: Minimum- 5 to 7 marks

Total- 24 to 27 Marks

Moderate Attempts:
Questions
24 to 27
Time Duration
25 Minutes

Note: This Strategy was given based on previous year pattern for the candidates those who feel difficulty in Reasoning Section.






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