Excellent NTS Results: Analytical Reasoning

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The students will be able to learn the basic concepts related to solving Analytical Reasoning questions. This course will cover five types of analytical reasoning questions that are recurring in NTS and HAT examinations across Pakistan. Simple tricks will be taught for solving these types of questions, quickly and easily. Furthermore, the students are advised to incorporate these tricks to practice analytical reasoning questions. This will increase their probability of getting excellent HAT (HEC), NAT, and GAT NTS results.

Analytical Reasoning for excellent NTS results

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NTS GAT General Syllabus

CategoryTest TypeVerbal ReasoningQuantitative ReasoningAnalytical ReasoningTotal
-> GAT™-A Curriculum
GAT™ ABusiness and
Engineering Students
-> GAT™-B Curriculum
GAT™ BArt, Humanities
and Social Sciences Students
-> GAT™-C Curriculum
GAT™ CAgricultural, Veterinary,
Biological & Related
Sciences Students
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What Will You Learn?

  • The basic concept behind analytical reasoning questions.
  • The five types of questions that are frequently being asked in the various examinations.
  • The simple yet effective technique for solving analytical reasoning questions.
  • Explanation with the help of examples.

Course Content

The term “analytical reasoning” is basically all about identifying patterns hidden in set of a complex information. These type of tests helps determine a candidate’s ability to analyze and draw conclusion in a complex situations.

  • Introduction to Analytical Reasoning

Classification Type Questions
In classification type of questions, certain items are given along with some qualities. On the basis cues and hints, the candidate need to answer the questions.

Seating/Placing Type Questions
In seating/placing type questions, some hints are given in the question passage regarding the seating arrangement of persons or things in the linear or circular fashion.

Comparison Type Questions
In comparison type questions, cues are given with respect to certain qualities of a person or items. The candidates are required to analyze the given information and organize the data either into ascending or descending.

Sequence Type Questions
In sequence type questions, hints are given regarding the occurrence order of a certain event.

Relationship Type Questions
In relationship type questions, cues are given regarding the relationship of persons with their family-members, things, and profession.

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