## Siddhant Jain is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

SIDDHANT JAIN B.Tech.EC 5 Years teaching experience Hobbies: Chess, Solving Puzzles, Movies Achievements: Cleared IBPS PO, IBPS CLERK, SBl CLERK, RRB PO and RRB CLERK Follow, Rate, Review, Share 6

Crash Course on Reasoning for IBPS Clerk Mains Crash Course on Reasoning... Siddhant Jain 23k followers In this course, Siddhant Jain will comprehensively cover all the important topics of Reasoning which will be helpful for IBPS Clerk Mains Exams. This course will cover all the important topics of Reasoning with proper examples and explanation to make it easy to understand. The course will be conducted in Hindi and the notes will be provided in English 0017820 cademy YouTube E 7th January to 19th January 2019 18 hours of live classes Private Discussion Forum Doubt clearing sessions and Live quizzes 1,800 includes 18% GST About this course Apply for this Plus Course Live Sessions O Last date to apply is 7th Jan The course consists of 12 sessions of 1 hour 30 mins duration each. Session recording will be provided for all the sessions LIMITED SEATS. Cost increases on 25th Dec. https://unacademy.com/plus/course/crash-course-on-reasoning-for-ibps-clerk- mains/W2H8WZ24

REASONING PRE. 1)Inequality 2) Syllogism 3) Direction and distance 4) Blood relation 5) Order Ranking 6) Alphabetical series 7) Coding Decoding 8) Machine input 9) Sitting arrangement 10) Puzzle MAINS 1) Logical reasoning 2)High level puzzle 3) Data sufficiency

PUZZLE Circle based o Line based Rectangle / Square based Floor based Day based o Month based o Year based Department based o Box based Salary based o Puzzle with blood relation

QUANTITATIVE APPTITUDE 1) Simplification , Approximation 2) Quadratic equation 3) Number series 4) Dl: Percentage Ratio and proportion Average

Statements: X > Y Z = M > A B Conclusions I. X> A Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II is true Both I and II are true Neither I nor II is true

Statements: A >Z < B Conclusions l. B<X C> X D Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II is true Both I and II are true Neither I nor Il is true

Statements: P < Q > R = Z > S Conclusions. T>Z X < T Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II is true Both I and II are true Neither I nor II is true

Statements. A > B, C sB D < E-B, E FG sB Conclusions I.C> G Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II is true Both I and II are true Neither I nor II is true

Statements: D > A , F = E Conclusions I. E>A Il. A2 F B, D>B, C<B Only I is true Only II is true Either I or II is true Both I and II are true ENeither I nor II is true