A Modern Approach To Verbal Reasoning is a helpful guide for students preparing for competitive exams, as it contains a huge database of questions for students to practise.
Summary Of The Book
A Modern Approach To Verbal Reasoning is specifically written to coach students for exams like Hotel Management entrance tests, CAT, MBA entrance exams, Railway and BSRB Recruitment, IAS and IFS, GIC-AAO, LIC-AAO, Central Excise exams, and MBBS.
A Modern Approach To Verbal Reasoning contains different types of questions, which are based upon competitive exam patterns. These questions are arranged systematically as per the exam grading system, so that students will know how much weightage each type of question carries. The book also features solutions to all the practise questions, so that students can test their knowledge and cross check their answers.
Each topic in the book is explained with the help of relevant examples, to help students understand better. A special emphasis is placed on logical deduction. This book will help students be thoroughly prepared for the paper on Mental Ability and Reasoning, as it takes up a major chunk of their exam grade.
This book covers a vast range of topics including Direction Sense Test, Verification of Truth of the Statement, Assertion and Reason, Arithmetical Reasoning, Alphabet Test, Logical Venn Diagrams, Blood Relations, Situation Reaction Test, and Logical Sequence of Words.
About R. S. Aggarwal
R. S. Aggarwal is a noted author, engineer, and a finance professional.
He has written books like Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations, Secondary School Mathematics For Class 10, A Modern Approach To Verbal And Non Verbal Reasoning, and Mathematics for Class – 7.
He studied Chemical Engineering, and is armed with a Bachelor’s degree. He has had successful stints at different organizations in varied capacities. Prior to joining Niryat-Sam Apparels as Director, he held many portfolios at IDBI.
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Waste of money!
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