SOF Logical Reasoning Test | Logical Reasoning Questions

# Logical Reasoning

Logical reasoning is essential to apply logic and reasoning to real life situations. In today's competitive world learning logical reasoning enhances your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. It helps to learn and find solutions by thinking out of the box and tackle various problems and situations.

Logical Reasoning can be broadly categorised into two parts Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning.

The Logical Reasoning questions are further divided as per the targeted skill like "Analogy and Classification", "Geometrical Shapes", "Mirror and Water Images", "Direction Sense", "Coding and Decoding" etc.

Verbal Reasoning mainly consists of reasoning problems where the situation is given in the form of words, numbers, puzzles, sentences, etc. Non-Verbal Reasoning mainly consists of problems and reasoning based on visual reasoning using pictures, patterns, diagrams etc.

Logical reasoning has been an integral part of many competitive exams like NTSE, GATE, SSC and Olympiads such as NSO, IMO and ICSO. Logical reasoning holds 14% to 30% weightage in Olympiads . Their weightage in ICSO, NSO, and IMO is as given below:

Olympiad No of questions based on Reasoning % weightage of Marks
NSO for classes 1-4 5/35 14%
NSO for classes 5-10 10/50 20%
IMO for classes1-4 10/35 28.5%
IMO for classes 5-10 15/50 30%
ICSO for classes1-4 5/35 14%
ICSO for classes 5-10 10/50 20%

To improve and do well in Logical Reasoning section of IMO, NSO and ICSO, the most important thing in familiarity with the content. You can have a look at the Logical Reasonign Content Provided by us here. Logical Reasoning Content.

We recommend the students to practice with the SOF Official Book of Reasoning for Classes 1 to 10. Students will benefit immensely by attempting some questions of each type and seeing the clear explanations given with every answer.

The students should also ensure that they know the syllabus for Logical Reasoning, so that they can cover all the topics and sub topics. The syllabus for Logical Reasoning can be found at here Logical Reasoning Syllabus. We have ensured that all the topics and sub-topics are covered in detail in accordance with the course.