SSC Selection Posts Phase-8 2020: Important Reasoning Topics for 10th/12th/Graduate Level (50 Marks)

SSC Selection Posts Phase-8 2020 Important Reasoning Topics: Get the list of Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics that have maximum chances of coming in SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Matriculation (10th)/ Higher Secondary (12th)/ Graduate & above Level Exams.

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SSC Selection Posts Phase-8 2020: Important Reasoning Topics for 10th/12th/Graduate Level (50 Marks)
SSC Selection Posts Phase-8 2020: Important Reasoning Topics for 10th/12th/Graduate Level (50 Marks)

SSC Selection Posts Phase-8 2020 Important Reasoning Topics: SSC Selection Posts Phase-8 2020 Online Exam is going to be held on 6th, 9th and 10th November 2020 for the recruitment of different posts under various Ministries. Three separate exams will be conducted under SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Recruitment for posts with Minimum Educational Qualification of Matriculation/10th, Higher Secondary/12th and Graduation & above levels. The online exam will be of 200 marks consisting of 100 Objective/Multiple Choice Questions under four sections - General Intelligence & Reasoning, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness:

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Subjects

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Duration/ Timing

General Intelligence (Reasoning)

25

50

60 Minutes (Total)

English Language

(Basic Knowledge)

25

50

Quantitative Aptitude

(Basic Arithmetic Skill)

Check Important Topics

25

50

General Awareness

25

50

Total

100 questions

200 marks

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Candidates who are preparing for the SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Exam need to practice and revise the important topics of all four sections. In this article, we are going to discuss the important topics of the General Intelligence & Reasoning Section of the exam which will consist of 25 questions of 2 marks each (total 50 marks). Candidates need to revise the verbal and non-verbal reasoning topics given below in the table. For the ease of the candidates, we have segregated the Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics of three different level exams which are - Matriculation (10th), Higher Secondary (12th), and Graduation & above levels.

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SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Matriculation (10th) Level- Reasoning Topics (50 Marks)

Let’s have a look at the Important Reasoning Topics for SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Matriculation (10th) Level Exam:

Category

Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics

Difficulty Level

Non-Verbal Reasoning

Figure Classification

Easy to Medium

Series – arithmetical, number, non-verbal

Analogy (both word-based and numerical)

Odd pair (both word-based and numerical)

Missing characters

Sequence of figures

Matrix (Finding missing numbers or letters)

Paper-cutting, folding, punching

Mirrors and water reflection

Embedded Figures

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SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Higher Secondary (12th) Level- Reasoning Topics (50 Marks)

Let’s have a look at the Important Reasoning Topics for SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Higher Secondary (12th) Level Exam:

Category

Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics

Difficulty Level

Series

Analogy (both word-based and numerical)

Easy to Medium

Odd pair (both word-based and numerical)

Classification

Missing characters

Coding

Coding-Decoding (Ex - NAME is written as GFDN then MEAN is written as..)

Easy to Medium

Symbols

Mathematical Operations

Arrangement

Seating arrangement (Linear and Circular)

Easy to Medium

Blood relations

Ranking

Puzzles

Direction Sense

Word Building

Non-Verbal

Figure Analogy

Medium

Sequence of figures

Non-verbal series

Matrix (Finding missing numbers or letters)

Paper-cutting, folding, punching

Figural Pattern – folding and completion

Mirrors and water reflection

Embedded Figures

SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Graduate & Above Level- Reasoning Topics (50 Marks)

Let’s have a look at the Important Reasoning Topics for SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Graduate & Above Level Exam:

Category

Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics

Difficulty Level

Series

Analogy (both word-based and numerical)

Easy to Medium

Odd pair (both word-based and numerical)

Classification

Missing characters

Coding

Coding-Decoding (Ex - NAME is written as GFDN then MEAN is written as..)

Easy to Medium

Symbols

Mathematical Operations

Arrangement

Seating arrangement (Linear and Circular)

Easy to Medium

Blood relations

Ranking

Puzzles

Direction Sense

Word Formation

Drawing Inferences

Statement & Assumption

Medium to Difficult

Statement & Conclusion

Logic

Syllogism

Medium to Difficult

Venn Diagrams

Calendar

Non-Verbal

Cube and dices

(predicting colors or numbers on the faces of the object)

Medium to Difficult

Figure Analogy

Sequence of figures

Non-verbal series

Matrix (Finding missing numbers or letters)

Paper-cutting, folding, punching

Figural Pattern – folding and completion

Mirrors and water reflection

Embedded Figures

Tips to Practice Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics of SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII 2020 Exam

Let’s look at some ways through which you will be able to practice the Important General Intelligence & Reasoning Topics of SSC Selection Posts Phase-VIII (8) 2020 Exam:

  1. Command over Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning: Candidates should practice both Verbal and Non Verbal reasoning topics. Practice frequently asked topics like Directions Sense, Blood Relation, Puzzles, etc.
  2. Practice Previous Year Question Papers: Candidates are advised to practice the previous paper always on the computer as the exam will be conducted in online mode. Also, your practice should be based on the current exam pattern and syllabus.
  3. Don’t make unnecessary assumptions: Always remember that the question will be solved by the data given only, don’t make unnecessary assumptions or judgment while solving the problem. Use smart & appropriate tricks and methods for solving any problem.
  4. Time Management: Candidates are advised not to give more than one minute to any question while solving the General Intelligence & Reasoning questions.
  5. Focus on your Strength area: Candidates are advised to focus on their strength area. For example, if you are good with Seating Arrangement or Blood Relation questions then cover all the Puzzle based questions in the exam in less time with accuracy. If coding-decoding is your weak area, then attempt question from this topic only if you have the buffer time left in the exam.

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