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Online Class by

Satyadhar Joshi

[email protected]

Analytical and Logical Reasoning for CAT and other MBA exams


  • This class is will introduce with the subject of the overall series which is divided in 12 lectures.

  • We will be doing some theory and questions related to the areas.

  • This area is important for MBA entrance exams and we will cover it from very basics.

  • For details on the subject check out my website or email me.

  • This lecture will be taken with help of guest lecturer so that we can add his valuable comments.

  • 6 questions, 6 minutes, 4 minutes table + 2 min question

  • Reduce options to 50-50

Getting details about my future classes
Getting Details about my future Classes

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Analytical reasoning 6 lectures
Analytical Reasoning ( 6 Lectures)

  • Sitting and Linear arrangement

  • Complex arrangement

  • Comparison of Ranks

  • Blood Relation

  • Family Tree

  • Condition and Grouping

  • Quant Analysis

Sitting and linear arrangement
Sitting and Linear arrangement

  • Be careful in reading which line first as lines are jumbled

  • Use _ & *

  • Carefully keep extra info in side place

  • Keep trace of the directions

  • Conversion of Table domain from words

  • Removing all dependencies on words

Complex arrangement
Complex arrangement

  • Drawing of table and putting marks of cross and right in the table

  • Again use the same concepts as seen in the last page

  • Carefully select the marking of the table and don’t change the marking once you make it; although change it completely if you think you are wrong (first 30 seconds)

  • Don’t worry if you don’t get each aspect filled

  • Take the goods even from the half done questions

  • X Y axis

Comparison of ranks
Comparison of Ranks

  • Use of various symbols for comparison of various ranks

  • Graphics

  • Arrows

  • Between the lists concepts

Blood relation family tree
Blood Relation & Family Tree

  • Basics Terminologies

  • 21 basics relations

  • Use of only vs son

  • Use of + -

  • Use of tree structure with various arrows, = to, etc etc

  • Comparison of different arrows

Condition and grouping
Condition and Grouping

  • Study of condition

  • Condition of grouping

Logical reasoning 6 lectures
Logical Reasoning (6 Lectures)

  • Syllogism

  • Statement of Assumption

  • Statement and Conclusion

  • Passage and Conclusion

  • Statement and Argument

  • Statement and course of action


  • Preposition (also known as premises): Categorical, Hypothetical and Disjunctive

  • Types of Categorical Preposition

  • Some vs all (universal vs particular)

  • Drawing the circular diagram

  • Hidden Preposition

  • Venn diagram

  • Inferences: Methods to draw inferences

  • Three statement Syllalogism

Statement of assumption
Statement of Assumption

  • Valid assumption

  • Recommendation

  • Assumptions are based on some knowledge and some bases which should be checked

  • If 1 is implicit, or 2 is, or both, or either, or neither or both

Statement and conclusion
Statement and Conclusion

  • A-e in the same ways

  • Carefully draw inferences

Statement and argument
Statement and Argument

  • Four important points to be considered

  • Weak vs. Strong

References recommended text
References ( Recommended Text)

  • Analytical and Logical Reasoning by B S SijwaliArriahantPublication