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Most of the Entrance exams as well as the placement exams consist of three major sections which are, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical reasoning and Verbal Ability. All of these are considered to be a piece of cake, but when comes to the preparation and real solution, simple questions like finding the distance between two trains traveling in opposite direction started from the same point at different speeds. This is because of lack of practice of questions like this, and lack of the expressive approach to solve the problems. Well, according to the leading educational consultants and psychologists, this happened because of the lack of strong foundation and basic concepts which lead to ineffective results, where the study is done not with a purpose of knowledge but with the agenda of passing examinations.
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This all leads this low result and weak foundation and lower IQ level which leads to poor results in these tests and hence stopping you grow in your desired career. But this all can be improved or changed with the proper practice and focusing on solving problems and puzzles. Now exams like this mostly consist of the three main sections which are quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning, and verbal reasoning. Every section has equal importance and hence, for preparation of each section adequate measures should be taken, and are as follow as,
For Quantitative aptitude, the prior requirement should be focused on enhancing the speed.
For the logical reasoning, the main agenda is to check the thinking ability of a candidate and hence problems and puzzles based question that require thinking and learning skills are a part of question pool. For the preparation of this sections following points should be kept in mind,
For the last and most scoring section, comes verbal ability. This section is the most scoring section and a small effort for this section will help you with good percentile or result. In order to prepare for this section following points should be considered
These are the few tips to score well in aptitude tests and ace the examination and get landed at a nice company or college. For more information, you can talk to the Career Experts at CareerGuide. Hope this helps you!
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