# Logical Reasoning Topics For RBI Grade B Exam

Logical Reasoning Topics For RBI Grade B Exam Logical Reasoning is one of the most important sections in the RBI Grade B Phase-I exam. This section contains 60 questions and it is one of the most scoring sections in the exam. If you have a good understanding of Reasoning topics, you can easily complete the questions in just 30 minutes. All you need to do is attempt the questions with good accuracy. The level of this section is expected to be moderate to difficult.

RBI tests your analytical and logical reasoning skills i.e. your ability to interpret data and information given in the form of puzzles, brain teasers or clues and sort it to arrive at a meaningful outcome. It does not generally test conceptual or theoretical knowledge (apart from one or two areas) but requires a lot of practice of different question types.

There is only one rule to score good marks in the RBI Grade B Logical Reasoning section which is practising Reasoning topics. The more you practice the concepts of Reasoning topics, the less you'll waste your time in the Exam and the bright will be the chances to score good marks.

## Important Logical Reasoning Topics For RBI Grade B Exam

Logical Reasoning topics are primarily divided into two parts - Verbal Reasoning topics and Non-Verbal Reasoning topics.

• Verbal Reasoning: It is the ability to logically understand the concepts and solve problems expressed in words. Verbal reasoning topics tests the ability of extraction of information and implications in a sentence.

• Non-verbal Reasoning: It is the ability to logically understand the concepts and solve problems expressed in numbers/letters/figures in combination with words. Non-verbal reasoning topics tests the ability of deduction and induction of logic of information and implications in a problem.

Some of the most important logical reasoning topics that are frequently asked in the RBI Grade B Exam are:

1. Syllogistic reasoning
2. Relationship Concepts
3. Statement conclusion
4. Seating Arrangement
5. Analogies Space Visualization
6. Similarities and Differences
7. Decision Making
8. Problem-Solving
9. Arithmetical Number Series
10. Differences
11. Arithmetical Reasoning
12. Analysis
13. Judgement
14. Visual memory
15. Observation
16. Discrimination
17. Verbal and Figure Classification
18. Non-verbal series
19. Coding Decoding

## Weightage of Logical Reasoning Topics in RBI Grade B Exam

On the basis of previous year trends in RBI Grade B Phase-I exam, the weightage and difficulty level of Logical Reasoning topics is given below:

Topic Weightage Difficulty Level

Inequalities

5 Questions

Moderate

Coding-Decoding

2-6 Questions

Moderate

Alphabetic Arrangement

0-5 Questions

Easy to Moderate

Distance & Direction Test

1-3 Questions

Easy

Blood Relations

1-3 Questions

Moderate

Ranking

2-3 Questions

Easy to Moderate

Linear Sitting Arrangement

5-10 Questions

Moderate to Difficult

Circular Sitting Arrangement

5-10 Questions

Moderate to Difficult

Syllogism

5-7 Questions

Easy to Moderate

Scheduling

5-7 Questions

Moderate to Difficult

Double Line Up

5-7 Questions

Moderate to Difficult

Machine Input-Output

5-6 Questions

Easy to Moderate

Data Sufficiency

5 Questions

Easy to Moderate

Puzzle

5 Questions

Moderate

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