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Sunday, 27 August 2017

15 Days Study Plan for IBPS RRB 2017 : Reasoning Ability

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15 Days Study Plan for IBPS RRB 2017


Dear Candidates,

Last few days Are left for IBPS RRB 2017

IBPS RRB 2017 exam is just at hand. Many students are confused what to study at the last moment so Mahendra's is providing you a 15 days strategy plan for Reasoning Ability to help you to prepare in the most effective manner for IBPS RRB 2017.


What To Study In 15 Days In Office Assistant

       Order and Ranking
       Sitting Arrangement
       Blood Relation
       Inequality
       Coding Decoding
       Syllogism
       Direction
       Alpha-Numeric Series 

What To Study In 15 Days In Officer Scale-I

  • ·     Sitting arrangement
  • ·         Inequality
  • ·         Syllogism
  • ·         Linear arrangement
  • ·         Puzzle
  • ·         Order puzzle
  • ·         Blood relation
  • ·         Direction
  • ·         Order & ranking


Day wise preparation plan:

Days
Activity
Day – 1
Planning + 2 speed tests
Day – 2
Order & Ranking + 2 speed tests
Day – 3
Inequality + 2 speed tests
Day – 4
Syllogism + 2 speed tests
Day – 5
Sitting Arrangement I + 2 speed tests
Day – 6
Sitting arrangement II + 2 speed tests
Day – 7
Blood Relation+ 2 speed tests
Day – 8
Syllogism High Level + 2 speed tests
Day – 9
Direction + 2 speed tests
Day – 10
Blood Relation High level + 2 speed tests
Day – 11
Order Puzzle + 2 speed tests
Day – 12
Alpha Numeric Series + 2 speed tests
Day – 13
Coding Decoding + 2 speed tests
Day – 14
Puzzle I + 2 speed tests
Day – 15
Puzzle II + 2 speed tests


Here we are providing you some questions to expect prelims and mains examination:





1. Among B, F, J, K and W each having a different weight. F is heavier than only J. B is heavier than F and W but not as heavy as K. Who among them is the third heaviest?

01.
B
02.
F
03.
K
04.
W
05.
None of these

Solution
K > B > W > F > J 
 Hence W is third most heaviest one of them.

2. In a certain code 'SAFER' is written as '5@3#2' and 'RIDE' is written as '2©%#'. How is 'FEDS' written in that code ?

01.
3#©5
02.
3@%5
03.
3#%5
04.
3#%2
05.
None of these
Solution
15 Days Study Plan for IBPS RRB 2017

3. D is brother of K. M is sister of K. T is father of R who is brother of M. F is mother of K. At least how many sons does T and F have ?

01.
Two
02.
Three
03.
Four
04.
Data inadequate
05.
None of these

Solution

In D, K, M and R are children of T and F. D and R are sons of T and F while M is daughter. K's gender is not defined . Hence it has only two sons between  and F.






4. Statement : Many patients suffering from malaria were administered anti-malarial drug for a week. Some of them did not respond to the traditional drug and their condition deteriorated after four days.
Which of the following would weaken the findings mentioned in the above statement ?

01.
Those patients who responded to the traditional drugs and recovered were needed to be give is additional doses as they reported relapse of symptoms.
02.
The mosquitoes carrying malaria are found to be resistant to traditional malarial drugs.
03.
Majority of the patients suffering from malaria responded well to the traditional malarial drugs m& recovered from the illness.
04.
Many drug companies have stopped manufacturing traditional malarial drugs.
05.
None of these



5. In each question below is given a statement followed by three courses of action numbered I, II and III. A course of action is a step or administrative decision to be taken for improvement, follow-up or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you’ have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the suggested courses of action logically follow(s) for pursuing.

Statement :  A sudden cloud burst over the island city resulted into unpredicted rainfall causing flood like situation in the entire area. Large number of people were caught unaware and were stranded on the road.
Courses of action:
I.
   The local administration should immediately put in place of action plan   few avoiding such situation in future.
II.   The local administration should immediately deploy personnel to help the stranded people to move to safer places.
III.  The local administration should advise all the citizens not to venture out of the road till situation improves.

01.
Only I follows
02.
Only II follows
03.
Only III follows
04.
Only II and III follow
05.
All I, II and III follow



Solution
 Only action II and III is sufficient











15 Days Study Plan for IBPS RRB 2017

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