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In this article, you will learn how to prepare for the logical reasoning section of the SET - LAW entrance examination. The points that will be covered in this article will help you to crack this section comfortably.
There are 2-3 questions on each of these areas in the SET exam. You must cover the basics of all the reasoning topics, with special reference to the above-mentioned areas, as the questions are more likely to appear from these areas.
We have come up with some suggestions and tips for a concrete preparation strategy to help you score well in this section of SET:
Illustration 1: What will come in the place of question mark in the following question? 6, 13, 28, 59, ?
Sol: The logic applied here is 6 x 2 + 1 = 13, then 13 x 2 + 2 = 28, after that 28 x 2 + 3 = 59. Now the answer will be 59 x 2 + 4 = 122.
Learning: In this logic the multiplicative number is a constant value but the additive number is increased by 1 every time. Similarly the logic could be that that multiplicative number is changed every time and the additive is same. Even both the multiplicative and the additive numbers could be changed to create a question.
Illustration 2: What will come in the place of question mark in the following question? QPO, SRQ, UTS, WVU, ?
Sol: The logic applicable in this question is that the three consecutive letters are written in the reverse order and the first letter of every group of letters is the last letters of the next group i.e. QPO, the first letter is Q, which is the last letter of the next group and thus the set will be SRQ. Now this group stars with S, which will be the last letter of the next group and the group will become UTS and so on. The last set given is WVU, the first letter is W, which will be the last letter and that is given only in the first option, which will be your answer, or the complete set will be YXW, three letters in the reverse order.
Learning: The position of all the alphabets is important. Sometimes the logic used in the question is simple; you just need to compare all the given letters/numbers to crack the logic. Knowing the position of alphabets could prove to be handy in this case, which you can remember by using the word EJOTY, where E is the fifth letter, J is the 10th letter, O, T and Y occupy position number 15, 20 and 25 respectively.
Though the overall level of questions in this section varies from medium to difficult, but still there are a few questions, which are very easy and could be called 'sitters'.
The questions asked in this section involve almost all the areas of reasoning. You should practice around 40-50 questions of each area to solve the questions in a quick span of time. You can practice these questions and learn the concept with the help of our online chapter wise tests and articles.
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