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All about CMAT/MAT Reasoning
Logical Reasoning consists 25% of the entire CMAT exam. This section comprises of Mathematical and Logical Ability type questions. Logical Reasoning is often the decisive section for most candidates in CMAT. The level of difficulty of the CMAT Reasoning section varies between easy to medium. Moreover questions adopt direct usage of concepts in CMAT unlike other major competitive exams, wherein concepts have to be applied. Candidates first need to identify and cover all the topics based on their weightage in the exam. Time management is very critical for this section so that a candidate doesn't end up consuming much of time while solving difficult questions. While the section of logical reasoning is very vast, based on the recurring pattern of questions from different subtopics of this section, some important topics are Assumption, Premise and Conclusion, Assertion and Reasoning, Statements and Assumptions, Strong and Weak Argument, Inferences & Judgments, Cause and effect, Decision Making, Blood Relations, Input & Output. The MAT exam has five sections of 40 questions with one mark per question. In reasoning section, the majority of the questions appear from areas like analytical reasoning, alphanumeric series, blood relations, direction based questions, verbal reasoning etc. Besides these, there have been questions based on cubes, coding-decoding, membership and representation on the basis of diagrams.
TCYOnline - The Comprehensive CMAT/MAT Reasoning Preparation Module
Candidates need to practice mock tests and refer to previous year CMAT/MAT question papers and sample papers to identify the type of questions usually asked in the LR section as well as to gain speed and accuracy in solving questions since most of the questions are in the form of puzzles that require logical thinking and problem solving approach. With 95 tests having 2148 questions to practice TCYOnline offers by far the most in-depth Logical Reasoning practice for CMAT MBA module. Thecourse covers Number Series, Letter Series, Coding Decoding, Direction Sense, Blood Relations, Letter Arrangement, Logical Sequences, Classification Test, Mathematical Operations, Inserting The Missing Character, Number, letter and word Analogy, Logical Games, Seating Arrangement, Syllogism, Statement Assumptions/Decision Making, Visual Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Decision Making and Problem Solving, General Mental Ability, Statement Argument, Course of Action, Evaluating Inferences, Data Sufficiency, Code Inequality.