A simple calculation of the time available can tell you that you need to solve a question in less than one minute. Normally on an average, candidates take more than two minutes for solving a question.
Reasoning plays a pivotal role as it probes the candidate’s logical and analytical abilities. The Logical Reasoning questions test the basic intelligence and aptitude of the candidate. The main difference between reasoning and a traditional test is that reasoning tests your inherent capacity to solve problems while a traditional test is a test of your acquired knowledge.
Competitive Exams are conducted by different Banks. There is a standard syllabus for all Banking Examinations, we consult the question papers of exams conducted by the different banks in the previous years and we find a striking symmetry in the questions asked the syllabus as follows:
Economy, General Socio-Economic & Banking, Insurance, Defence and National Security, Committees/Commissions, Agreement, Summit/Meet/Visit, National, International, Personalities, Place in News, Sports and Culture, New Appointments/Election, Awards and Honour, List of Important Days, Science and Technology, Books and Authors, Abbreviation, Business Terminology and Miscellaneous.