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Secret To Crack LR

A lot of people find Logical Reasoning (LR) tough; especially for exams like CAT, XAT, NMAT etc. However, the right approach towards your preparation can help you master this section.

Logical Reasoning is a section that requires two things; practice, and familiarity. Sections like Quants and Verbal Ability contain a lot of questions that require you to know certain concepts like mathematical formulas or grammatical rules, beforehand. However, logical reasoning hardly has any questions that need you to know important concepts beforehand.

The only thing that you need to know is how to solve the question, quickly, and accurately.

The following points below, tell you exactly how to approach this section, while preparing for Logical Reasoning:


Give sectional tests and mock tests to evaluate your progress. Sectional tests are the tests that are based on individual topics. Mock tests contain all the different sections w.r.t. to a particular exam.

Once you are done with a topic, attempt the sectional test/practice questions.

From the mock tests, keep analyzing each and every question that you get wrong. Keep improving on such questions and make sure that your accuracy and speed increase in successive mocks.

     Be Aware

While solving different types of questions in Reasoning, be aware of your strengths and weaknesses. There will be some questions that you will almost always solve correctly. These are your strengths. Again, there would be some questions in which you will often get stuck. Such questions/topics will come under your weaknesses.

Once you have a good idea about the strong and weak topics, you can plan and practice accordingly.

Solve at least 6 problems from your weak areas, everyday.


Keep solving puzzles regularly. Majority of the students get stuck in puzzles, on the day of the exam. This is because puzzles usually come with a lot of information. The information leads to more cases and possibilities, thus making the questions complex, and time consuming.

Therefore, keep solving puzzles regularly. It will increase your speed, familiarity and accuracy in solving them.

 Look into the past

Check out the past papers of the respective exams that you are planning to give. Analyze the Reasoning section carefully. Try to gauge, how much of your strengths or weaknesses appear in the papers. This will give you a brief idea about the weightage of the questions.

Also, notice the difficulty levels of all the questions. How difficult are the questions that belong to your strong areas? How easy are the questions that belong to your weak areas? These are some of the questions that you need to ask, while analyzing past papers.

    Never Give up

Do not give up on a particular topic/subject. There may be certain questions that you may not get right even after solving it more than once or the solution of the problem/puzzle may be a bit complicated. On top of this, if you come across such questions in your weak areas, you may get tempted to skip the question.

However, avoid doing any such thing. When faced with an obstacle, try to find help from someone you know. If you have joined a coaching class, you can ask the doubts to a faculty. Or you may even ask a classmate or friend who knows his/her way around such problems. There may also be similar solved examples and solutions on the internet, which you will find if you look a bit harder.

However, don’t spend hours looking to find the solution to a problem. Your end goal is to keep building familiarity with all the problems. Just make sure that you don’t leave any problem/topic out of your preparation.

    Make Studying Fun

Logical Reasoning questions are similar to Sudoku, Crossword puzzles, riddles, etc. Therefore, solving these games will develop your thinking ability in the same way as reasoning questions.

You can solve such types of games now and then, just to refresh your mind.


Be regular in solving LR questions. Also, make sure that you keep revising all that you have learnt. If you keep solving the questions regularly, your preparation and mastery over these questions will progress steadily.

Practice at least 10 sets/cases of LR every day.


How much time should one allocate daily to crack the CAT?

The answer to this question depends on your current level of preparation and your motivation to achieve bigger goal.

First and the foremost thing is you need to SET A TARGET FOR YOURSELF!

Once you have set a target for yourself , Next big step is to MAKE A PLAN TO ACHIEVE THE TARGET!

For this you need to know the subjects covered and the amount of time that you have. As you must be aware that CAT consists of 4 main sections:

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  1. Quantitative Aptitude
  2. Verbal Ability
  3. Logical Reasoning
  4. Data Interpretation

Now you need to segregate topics covered in each of the above sections. As its just February, and you have ample amount of time, I would try and describe in detail study plan to ace your CAT Preparation. I will list down topics section wise and allocate time accordingly.

  1. Quantitative Ability

This section is by far the most supersized section. So this would take your maximum time as there are many topics to cover in it. The topics include:

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  • Arithmetic

This is the most important section as around 30–40 % of the whole Quantitative Aptitude that is around 12–13 questions out of 34 in Quants is Arithmetic. This includes chapters like Percentage, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss, Time Speed Distance , Time and Work, Boats and Streams, Allegations and Mixtures . As this is the most crucial part, you can devote 3 complete days to each of the chapters above. You can start by solving a particular chapter from set of basic books to clear your concepts , then move on to advanced book for the same chapter. Once you are done solving these 2 books, you should immediately move to sectional mocks to understand how much have you grasped. In this way you can devote around 25–28 days in thoroughly studying Arithmetic as this would fetch you the maximum marks.

  • Algebra

Algebra forms an important segment of Quantitative section of CAT. 12–18% of Quantitative Aptitude, i.e. 4–7 questions out of 34 are from this section. Algebra Questions are based on linear equations, quadratic equations, functions etc. To master this section and get your hold on those 5 questions you need to learn all the basic algebraic formulae and advanced tricks to crack CAT level algebra questions. So you can devote around 5 complete days following the same procedure of starting with basic books and moving on to advanced ones and then taking sectional mocks.

  • Modern Maths

Although not as important as Geometry or Algebra, it is not something you can ignore . Modern Maths consists of 10–15% of Quantitative section of CAT, i.e. around 3–5 questions out of 34. Moreover, the questions are based on basic concepts and their applications. The topics include Permutations and Combinations, Probability, Set theory, Sequence and Series, Binomial Theorem. Looking at this you can again devote 3–5 days to grasp these topics and measure your performance with the help of sectional mocks.

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  • Geometry

After Arithmetic this is again one crucial section in Quants. Geometry includes around 28–40% i.e. around 10–12 questions out of 34 in Quantitative section. Geometry section would consist of topics like Lines and angles, Triangles, Polygons, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Co-ordinate Geometry. This section will again fetch you more marks so you must devote around 10–15 days to master this section .

In conclusion, you would need around 2 completely devoted months to get hold of Quantitative Aptitude section and sail smoothly through it till CAT.

2. Verbal Ability

Verbal Ability consists of 34 questions in CAT out of which 24 questions are reading comprehension and rest 10 are parajumbles and critical reasoning.To ace this section , all you need is consistent practice. You must make it a point to devote 1 hour daily to Verbal Ability Section. I would like to suggest some tips to crack this section in CAT:

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  • Start reading books of varied genres (Target 1 book a month)
  • Take up Norman Lewis Word Power Made Easy and finish the book in around 10–12 days. This will enhance your vocabulary and help you to better understand reading comprehension
  • Solve 10 Parajumbles Daily
  • Solve 5 Critical Reasoning Questions Daily
  • Take up GMAT Official Guide and solve all RC’s and Critical Reasoning Questions
  • Start giving sectional mocks once you have touched all sections and measure your performance minutely

Verbal Ability is one such section that you can crack once you get into the habit of reading and start comprehending quickly. This would need you to consistently devote an hour of your day to reading.

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3. Logical Reasoning

In CAT, LR and DI section together contain 32 questions out of which 16 questions are from Logical Reasoning Section. In order to get hold of this section you need to have an analytical thinking approach. Logical Reasoning will include questions based on:

  • Arrangements
  • Rankings
  • Team Formations
  • Puzzles
  • Syllogisms
  • Logical Deduction
  • Direction Sense
  • Blood Relations
  • Clocks and Calendars
  • Statement and Assumptions

You must make a daily schedule to solve 5 questions from each of the above topics. You can take up the basic set of books to get an idea of the entire LR syllabus. Solve around 5–10 questions daily. This would take 40 minutes to 1 hour of your day. Move on to advanced concepts and track your performance by giving sectional mocks.

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4. Data Interpretation

The rest 16 questions out of 32 are from Data Interpretation section. DI is all about quick calculations. If you have learnt all tables till 25, CAT Preparation Strategythen definitely you are much ahead of all your counterparts. Solving fractions, converting data into percentages, being quick at ratios will help you ace DI easily. The type of questions asked here include


-Bar Charts

-X-Y Charts involving Line Series

-Pie Charts


Start with solving 2 DI sets everyday and try to speed up the amount of time you take to solve each DI set. Take up sectional mocks to understand where you stand.

Having done an in depth analysis of all sections and the amount of time you would need to crack each of them, now its your job to do justice to your preparation. As per the schedule described above, you would need around 5–6 months, with 2–3 hours of sincere efforts everyday, to thoroughly study the entire syllabus for CAT. Once you are done with that. You can start giving one full length mock per week and analyse the same to find out your weaker areas and work on them .You must continue giving 1 sectional mock per day once your done with your preparation. This will ensure that you are in touch with all topics and understand where you need to work on.

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General Tips to Crack SAT

1. Use the process of elimination

All questions on the exam are multiple choice questions (except the essay of course),

hence using the process of eliminating option helps the student focus harder on the

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2. Understand what the question is asking for

Questions can be slightly tricky and could sometimes provide excess information to

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for and pick the answer accordingly.

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4. Do as many practice tests as you can (minimum 4 recommended). Start following the

actual format and time yourself. Use the actual test rituals. Understand your

mistakes and try your best not to repeat them.

5. Start prepping for the exam approximately 3 months before attempting the actual


This is advised but may vary depending upon how good the student is at acquainting

himself/herself with the content and nailing the practice tests.

6. Do not over-exhaust yourself whilst preparing for the test. Make sure you are not

mentally SATurated

7. Prepare for the essay option too

Attempting the essay definitely gives the candidate a step ahead of the others who

have not bothered to attempt the essay. The essay topics are usually based on

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reproducing the relevant ones.

8. Take it seriously – first, step toward college application process

Your entire college application process can largely depend on your SAT scores. Based

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for your future.

9. Don’t be afraid to skip a question and come back to it later (especially for math).

Make sure you come back to it though.

10. Use your breaks wisely. Hydrate yourself and use the bathroom. Maybe have a small

snack to keep you going.

English Reading Tips to Crack SAT

reading tips 

1. Improve your vocabulary – read read read

2. Read the introduction to the passages

3. Pay special attention to italicized, bold and underlined text

4. Use the strategy that works best for you – either skim through the passage first and

then jump to questions; or read the questions first and then skim through the


5. Do not spend too much time reading the passage. If you feel stuck, read the

questions and then go back to the passage

English Writing Tips to Crack SAT

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1. Pay attention to the “no error” option. It is very tempting to select that

2. Know the grammar rules

3. Be familiar with the types of question that typically appear in the SAT test

4. What may “sound” right, may not always be right

5. When speaking to friends and family, try to notice if they are making any

grammatical errors and think about how you would correct them according to SAT


Math Tips to Crack SAT

math tips 

1. Memorize the formulas and understand certain facts

2. Get basic laws and principles cleared

3. Try to back solve the problem to ensure every step makes sense. Make sure your

answer is within reasonable bounds wherever possible

4. Be able to perform basic calculations

5. Underline the important words in the question

How to Perform Well in SAT ?

The SAT exam not only tests your math and English skills, but it also tests your patience. The

more you attempt practice tests according to the actual test conditions, the easier it will be

for you to complete the exam on the final day.

There is no harm in attempting the SAT more than once. Most universities only accept the

best score. Feel free to reappear.

Even though the essay is optional, make it a point to attempt it. This is because you would

already have surpassed the competition from students who did not attempt the essay.

Ultimately it comes down to how much effort you put into acing the SAT. Be aware of your

mistakes and avoid them in the future. Don’t get intimidated by something surprising or

tricky on your actual test. If something like that shows up, approach it with a calm mind and

do your best to crack it.

Get some sound sleep before your actual SAT exam. Have a healthy and filling breakfast, as

it is a long test. Be confident because you would have (or at least should have) prepared and

practiced for 3 months before taking the actual SAT.

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