### Free Logical Reasoning Tests

To help you practise for CAT, XAT, IIFT, SNAP, NMAT and other MBA entrance exams.

The LR section in CAT exam has 16 questions varying between basic to moderate level of difficulty, which amounts to 48 marks that can be easily scored through sufficient practice. The LR questions in XAT are of advanced to expert level of difficulty and require more practice. While SNAP has roughly 10 expert level questions, NMAT and IIFT have moderate level questions dominating the LR section.

### Why take Basic Logical Reasoning Test?

Start with the easy practice tests and warm up the basics of LR. With each test you should be able to gain accuracy and speed. 4-5 questions in CAT are usually of the basic level, the only way to secure these questions is through the practice tests. SNAP and IIFT has roughly 12-15 questions from the basic LR and almost 20 questions in NMAT from this level. The aspirants can easily improve their LR score as; these questions cannot be learned as they are logic and aptitude based but can be mastered through practice.

### Why take Advanced Logical Reasoning Test?

Out of the 16 questions of LR in CAT exam, 11-12 questions are from the advance level of LR. Practicing with the advance LOD tests will help you to score the maximum from these 11-12 questions. NMAT has roughly 20 questions from the LR section which are of advanced level. Thus sufficient practice will ensure you do not lose out on these marks. SNAP and IIFT has 12-15 questions from the advanced LR. As the questions are all logic based, the topic can be mastered by taking practice tests.

### Why take Expert Logical Reasoning Test?

Practice the twisted questions of LR with theexpert LOD tests and master the topic. Start by solving the questions you are most comfortable with and move on to the other sets in round 2. This will ensure that no LR question, that you can solve, escapes your eye.

### Weightage of Logical Reasoning in different MBA entrance exams

 Logical Reasoning CAT XAT IIFT SNAP NMAT Total Qs in LR 16 10 22 40 40 Arrangements 8-9 - 5-8 1-2 - Family Tree - - 1-2 2-3 2-3 Grouping 4-5 6-8 1-2 - - Venn Diagram - 1-2 - - 1-2 Mathematics based 4-5 3-4 10 - Puzzles - - 1-2 9 - Visual Reasoning - - - 3-4 4-5 Input/Output - - - 4-5 4-5 Series - - 2-3 4-5 2-3 Syllogism - - 2-3 - 3-4 Singlets - - - - 7-8 Statement Conclusion - - - 1-2 2-3 Strong and Weak Argument - - - - 2-3 Miscellaneous - - 7-9 6-7 13-15

The raw score required in DILR for a 99%ile in the last three instalments of CAT has been tabulated below

 DILR Score CAT 2015 73 CAT 2016 52

Logical reasoning is a major part of each of the MBA entrance exams. While for exams like IIFT and CAT you must focus on high level sets, in exams like SNAP and NMAT you will encounter quite a few singlets. Students weak in Arithmetic who will most likely also be weak in DI should maximize their scores in LR for CAT.

Note:The above given data has been compiled and corroborated from the exams of 2015 and 2016. The number of questions may change drastically in the exams in the coming year.