The Concise Oxford English Dictionary defines logic as ‘the science of reasoning, proof, thinking or inference’. In philosophy, logic (from the Greek logos, meaning word, speech or reason) is a science that deals with the principles of valid reasoning and argument.In this context, logic concerns only the reasoning process and not […]

The aptitudes and abilities measured by verbal and numeric reasoning tests can easily be related to real-world tasks and jobs, as many jobs require some degree of skill with words and numbers. Abstract reasoning tests, on the other hand, seem to consist of questions that have little or no application […]

Analogies are test questions where a pair of words are given, and you are asked to choose another pair with the same relationship. For more help answering Analogies, or Verbal Analogies as they are sometimes called, see our Analogies Tutorial. Kinds of Relationship in Analogy Test Opposite Analogies. Opposites are […]

A. CONDITIONALS Conditional tenses are also called “if clause” or “conditional clause.” These are used to express speculations about what could happen, what might have happened, and what we wish would happen. There are four basic kinds of conditionals namely: First Conditional, Second Conditional, Third Conditional, and Zero Conditional. 1. First Conditional. The nature of the first […]


Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)

Follow by Email