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Concepts Of Reasoning Part II

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Paperback edition & highly useful for CLAT, AILET, DU-LLB, NCHM, DU-JAT, B.El.Ed., BJMC, BCA, and all other entrance exams.

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The book before you, Success Mantra’s Concepts of Reasoning (Par-II), is a compilation of chapter wise detailed explanation and questions of Reasoning that have been asked in the various entrance examinations by CLAT, AILET, NCHMCT-JEE, DU-LLB, DU-JAT etc. This book has been conceived as a holistic treatment and single solution to all the difficulties that a candidate encounters while appearing at the CLAT, AILET, NCHMCT-JEE, DU-LLB, DU-JAT and other entrance examinations.

The Think-Tank of Success Mantra has taken into account the needs and difficulties of candidates and made an attempt to simplify the subject matter by de-constructing every thread and each pattern. By going through this book, you will automatically find yourself at ease with most of what surfaces in form of examination questions.

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Chapters of Concepts of Reasoning (Part-II) includes:

Statement and Conclusion, Statement and Assumption, Statement and Argument, Inference, Statement and Course of Action, and Cause and Effect.

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