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Logical Reasoning is a section in most competitive exams, and it forms a vital part of the entrance exams to management institutes. The Logical Reasoning section of exams like the Common Admission Test (CAT), is one of the toughest sections that students have to face. This book, How To Prepare For Logical Reasoning For The CAT, covers verbal ability and logical reasoning in separate sections.
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