In CMAT 2020 “Logical Reasoning” section will have 25 questions comprising of 100 marks.
MBA aspirants who are appearing for CMAT 2020 being conducted in January 2020, should practice for Language Reasoning as follows:
Tips on Logical Reasoning
- Study the question carefully. A brief explanation of why each choice is correct or incorrect follows each practice question. If you understand this reasoning for the practice items, you will do well on the actual assessment.
- NEVER assume or use any information that the question fails to give you. This is NOT an assessment of how much you know about economics in general. Consider ONLY the information given in each reading passage when choosing among the alternative responses.
- Read both the factual passage and the sentence completion instruction carefully. Both must be considered in making your choice.
- Be sure to read all the response choices carefully before choosing one
The following is an illustration of an input and the outputs at the subsequent steps of a rearrangement in a word arrangement machine.
Input: Danish will be appearing for the examination
Step I: will Danish be appearing for the examination
Step II: will the Danish be appearing for examination
Step III: will the for Danish be appearing examination
Step IV: will the for examination Danish be appearing
(Step IV is the last step for this input)
If the input is “Suresh and Ramesh are very funny men”, then which step will be the final step?
(a) Step IV (b) Step V (c) Step VI (d) None of these
Answer : B
Every step involves the arrangement of one word in reverse alphabetical order.
Step I: very Suresh and Ramesh are funny men
Step II: very Suresh Ramesh and are funny men
Step III: very Suresh Ramesh men and are funny
Step IV: very Suresh Ramesh men funny and are
Step V: very Suresh Ramesh men funny are and
Hence, Step V is the final step.