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Logical Reasoning (Blood Relation) Practice Test – 1

Question 1: Introducing a boy, a girl said, “He is the son of the daughter of the father of my uncle.” How is the boy related to the girl? a) Brother b) Nephew c) Uncle d) Son-in-law Answer: Option A Explanation: The father of the boy’s uncle → the grandfather of the boy and daughter

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DI – How to Approach Pie Chart Problems in Data Interpretation

Analysis of Data Interpretation questions asked in previous exams Exam No of Questions In Clerk In PO Prelims Mains Prelims Mains IBPS RRB 15 5 10 20 SBI 10 20 10 20 BOB 5 10 15 10 RBI 15 20 10 15 No of Questions SSC CGL 3 – 5 SSC CHSL 5   Kind

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Ten Simple Way to tackle Reading Comprehension

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_cta h2=”Ten Ways for Better Scores on Bank Reading Passages “]Better scores on the Reading Comprehension questions in Bank Exam will generally feel elusive. There aren’t any “formulas” for Bank Exam Reading Comprehension, but as luck would have it there are some fast tips to raised Bank Exam scores on Reading Comprehension. These 10 tips

Ordering and Ranking Arrangement
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Solving Ordering and Ranking Arrangement

Ordering and Ranking Arrangement is an important topic from the point of view of SBI, IBPS,  SSC , RBI and other competitive exams. When we are doing order and ranking we know basically two type of symbols first is greater than(>)and the other one is less than(<). To solve these questions we only know the

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Short Tricks for Input Output in Reasoning to Save time

What is Input/Output For Reasoning? One of the most scoring questions in any Banking exam is Input-Output. The questions based on Input-Output are being asked in almost all kind of Banking Examinations on a regular basis. But for the sake of the Bank PO exams, it is important to concentrate on the questions that are

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