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Odd One Out: Part 3
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In this lesson, we solve some interesting problems on Odd One Out/Sentence Exclusion for CAT.

Anngad Singh
IIM Calcutta. DTU. CAT: 99.84 (VA-RC: 99.99) XAT: 99.91. IIFT: 99.96. Follow to solve interesting VA-RC problems with me.

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its good.mam pls do video related WOMEN AND FEMINISM,, THANK YOU
Johncy Joseph
a year ago
sure friend.. will do it
I also think that in ques 1, option 3 should be the odd one out as 2 and 4 are related to eahc other by what thought can do
Why not option 3 is odf one out in question 1. As if we start from 2 it talks about relation between acts and thoughts and its applications as joy or suffering. Then in 4 it talks about thoghts too which is followed by 1 n 5.. Pls help
  1. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Anngad Singh


  2. About Me ANNGAD SINGH Student at IIM Calcutta (Batch of 2016-18) B.Tech. from DTU CAT: 99.84 (Verbal: 99.99) XAT: 99.91 (Verbal: 99.37) NMAT: 99.84 (Language Skill: 99.98) ,IIFT: 99.96 Follow on: https://unacademy.com/user/anngad


  3. ODD ONE OUT/ SENTENCE EXCLUSION


  4. QUESTION 1 (1) On one hand, he fashions the tools with which he builds for himself heavenly mansions of joy, strength and peace. (2) Act is the blossom of thought, and joy and suffering are its fruits. (3) Man is made or unmade by himself (4) By the true application of thought, man ascends to divine perfection but by the wrong application of thought, man descends below the level of a beast. (5) On the other hand, in the armoury of thought he forges the weapons by which he destroys himsef.


  5. QUESTION 1 (1) On one hand, he fashions the tools with which he builds for himself ns of joy, strength and peace. (2) Act is the blossom of thought, and joy and suffering are its fruits. (3) Man is made or unmade by himself (4) By the true application of thought, man ascends to divine perfection but by the wrong application of thought, man descends below the level of a beast. (5) On the other hand, in the armoury of thought he forges the weapons by which he destroys himsef.


  6. QUESTION 2 (1)Jim Corbett hunted down tigers that had turned man-eaters in Kumaon, (2)Tourists visit Jim Corbett National Park mainly during the months of (3)The best thing about being in Corbett is that there is never a dull (4)The Corbett park also invites people for adventure activities like rock- (5)During this time, visitors can explore the Indian wildlife through jungle Uttarakhand, between 1907 to 1939. November to June to view India's precious predators. moment and you can head to many interesting places around Corbett. climbing, rappelling and river-crossing safari, available from five different tourism zones.


  7. QUESTION 2 (1)Jim Corbett hunted down tigers that had turned man-eaters in Kumaon, (2)Tourists visit Jim Corbett National Park mainly during the months of (3)The best thing about being in Corbett is that there is never a dull (4)The Corbett park also invites people for adventure activities like rock- (5)During this time, visitors can explore the Indian wildlife through jungle Uttarakhand, between 1907 to 1939. November to June to view India's precious predators. moment and you can head to many interesting places around Corbett. climbing, rappelling and river-crossing safari, available from five different tourism zones.