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CBSE Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability Questions

myCBSEguide brings you Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability Questions. These questions are a part of almost all competitive exams. The difficulty level varies according to the nature and requir…

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Reasoning & Mental Ability Questions is a common compulsory section of any competitive entrance examination in India or worldwide. The class 11 Reasoning and Mental Ability questions on myCBSEguide prepare you for any competitive exam at the senior secondary level.

Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability Test

Be it verbal, non-verbal, logical, or analytical, questions from this section forms an integral part of the aptitude test in India and abroad alike. Depending upon the requirement of the assessment, the level and the difficulty level of this test change. Here we present you Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability Questions. 

Reasoning & Mental Ability test is conducted to judge a candidate's power of reasoning, thinking ability, judgment, evaluation, and ability to visualize in the space, spatial orientation, etc. The questions are formed in such a way that it compels one to think differently. Consequently, candidates have to use up their mental faculties to reason logically and reach accurate conclusions. To practice logical reasoning questions for different competitive exams or entrance exams, students can check out myCBSEguide.

Types of Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability Questions

Broadly, the Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability test can be divided into two sections:

  • VERBAL: The concepts and issues in verbal logical reasoning questions are conveyed in words. Candidates must read and comprehend the supplied text or paragraph before selecting the correct answer from the alternatives provided. The topics covered in this section are: Data Sufficiency, Directions, Seating Arrangements, Dice, Series Completion, Blood Relations, Venn Diagrams, Arithmetic Reasoning, Classification, etc.
  • NON-VERBAL: The questions in a non-verbal reasoning test are based on mathematical concepts (symmetry, rotation, mirroring, shape, size, and direction) and involve diagrams rather than words. Analogy, Cubes & Dice, Paper Cutting/Paper Folding, Figure Matrix, Embedded Images, Mirror Images, Classification, Figure Formation & Analysis are the topics that come under non-verbal test.

A variety of questions form a part of our Class 11 Reasoning & Mental Ability section. It has questions based on analogies, classification, series, pattern perception, hidden figures, coding-decoding, block assembly, problem-solving, etc. You can also access our complete CBSE course which has updated CBSE study material for class 11.

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