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**Analytical Reasoning Questions in NTS , ISSB or Others Tests **

## How to Solve Analytical Reasoning Questions

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Keep in mind Analytical portion is essential part of different Tests specially under different testing services

which most carried out 15 to 20 marks questions .

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• The term “analytic reasoning” refers to Acknowledging frequently recurring reactions and behaviors and connections in a variety of information.

• Every analytical reasoning question is a logical puzzle, based on a given set of conditions

• Analytical reasoning questions are presented in groups of four or five questions. Each group is based on a short passage followed by a set of conditions.

• Analytical Reasoning test measures mental level to analyze and to draw result from a complex situation by applying your logic

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**Analytical reasoning Types**

• Seating Arrangements

• Sequencing

• Combinations

• Comparisons

• Selections

• Ranking

• Relations

**Here is Some Tols which used for Analytical problem solving**

- • Diagrams & Notations
- • Math Operators
- • Line up representation
- • Grouping Game Diagrams
- • Table representation
- • Van Diagrams
- • Basic Linear Sequence Game set up
- • If then Notation:
- • Equations

Math Symbols which most used for solving

**Example: 1**

• 7 persons Setting in a room, having chairs in line. Consider the following:

**1**. A setting in the corner’s chair.

**2**. 2. C is between E and G

**3**. There is 1 chair between D and F

**4**. F is neighbor of G

**5**. There are two chairs between A and G

**Solution**

7 Persons A,B,C,D,E,F,G

• 7 persons setting in a Room

We can make

**X X X X X X X**

**1**.**A **setting on corner’s chair

So, there are two possibilities:

**A X X X X X X **

**X X X X X X A**

**2**. **C **is between **E **and **G**

Here, also two possibilities:

**E C G**

**G C E**

**3**. There is 1 chair between **D **and **F **Two possibilities:

**D X F**

**F X D**

**4**. **F** is neighbor of **G**

2 possibilities

**F G** or **G F**

There are two chairs between **A **and **G**

**A X X G**

**G X X A**

Two chairs between **A **and **G**: **A **X X **G**

**C **is between **E **and **G**: **A E C G**

**F **is neighbor of **G**: ** A E C G F**

1 chairs between **D **and **F : A E C G F X D**

And finally: **A E C G F B D**