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Logical Reasoning is a major subject in the Common Law Admission Test. The subject is introduced in the entrance exam as lawyers should have a good reasoning ability and should be able to think logically as well. It tests the thinking ability of the student and his or her ability to apply logic to a certain event. It is important for all the law entrance aspirants have a good grasp over the subject. The logical reasoning paper consists of logical sequences, syllogisms and analogies.
The paper carries a total of 40 marks. The paper is divided into two parts: Verbal and Non verbal reasoning. While verbal reasoning consists questions that asks the student by ticking the answer after selecting any of the three options that are True, False, None of the above. The Non verbal reasoning on the other hand consists of questions where students are asked to estimate the occurrence of the next figure. In order to secure good marks in both the sections, intense practice is necessary.
You can apply some tips in the logical reasoning test in your BHU Law Entrance Exam. Given below are some of the helpful tips that have been given for your benefit.
Most of the time students make a mistake as they do not read the questions carefully given in the question paper. It is important to read them and understand what is asked in the question. The more the questions are practiced, the more you will become efficient in answering them.
You should never assume any answer all by yourself. It is better to answer those questions which you are sure of the answer. Mostly, in case of verbal reasoning, you should tick mark the answers as true or false only if you are sure of the answer. Remember, in any law examinations like the Delhi University law Entrance Exam; marks are deducted for each wrong answer.
In the comprehension paragraphs, the students are asked to solve some questions after reading the passage. In this case, the students should read the paragraph very carefully. You can underline the answers to the questions or highlight them. Try to give the answer to the point. The person checking your paper looks for the correct answer in the first two lines. He does not have the time to read lengthy paragraphs and might get irritated in the process of doing it, so try to finish your answer in one or two lines.
Try to finish the first section of the paper within the first 20 minutes of the exam. You can also take the help of the Logical Reasoning Book written by RS Aggarwal. The book acts as an excellent guide for all those students who have weakness in the subject of logical reasoning. It consists of solved answers and also some necessary tips for the students. Another interesting feature of the book is that it consists of some simple and easy methods to solve the problems. This is mainly beneficial for those students who find it difficult to solve the paper.
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