VERBAL ABILITY

Grammar

  • Article and Determiners
  • Parts of Speech- Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Tenses, Subject Verb Agreements, Adjectives, Adverbs, Modifiers, Prepositions, Conjunction.
  • Parallelism
  • Punctuation
  • Common Errors

Parajumbles & Paracompletions

Vocab

Syllogism

FIJ Summaries

Verbal Ability and Logical reasoning is an important section that is probably the more unpredictable of the other sections, (I’m primarily referring to Verbal Ability) is a tall order, what aspirants being advised to cram thick vocab books, read complex articles and spend a lot of time working on polishing their reasoning skills. I wouldn’t disagree that doing all this would not help one do good in the section, but only so much. A focused strategy that looks at preparing for questions exactly as they come in exams should help see you through. The next logical is to know what constitutes the preparation for such questions.

It is a well- known fact that unlike Quantitative Ability and Logical reasoning, Verbal Ability is

 


QUICK LINKS

QNTITATIVE ABILITY

DATA INTERPRUAETATION

LOGICAL REASONING

VERBAL ABILITY

READING COMPREHENSION

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