SSC CHSL Reasoning Syllabus – SSC Combined Higher Secondary Examination General Intelligence and Reasoning Syllabus
Staff Selection Commission-Combined Higher Secondary Level (SSC CHSL) is a very popular and highly competitive national-level level examination conducted by SSC every year.
The main intention of SSC CHSL examination is to recruit eligible candidates for various posts such as Lower Division Clerk, Postal Assistant, Junior Sorting Assistant, and Multi-Tasking Staffs in various ministries, departments and offices of Indian Government.
Syllabus for General Intelligence and Reasoning
Detailed Syllabus of SSC CHSL Syllabus for General Intelligence and Reasoning
Series related questions
• Word based and numerical based analogy
• Choose the odd one
• Missing characters
Coding related questions
• Mathematical Operations
Arrangement related questions
• Seating arrangement (Linear and Circular)
• Blood relations
• Direction Sense
Logical Reasoning Related Questions
• Venn Diagrams
• Assumption or Inference or Conclusion
Non-Verbal reasoning questions
• Cube and dices (predicting colours or numbers on objects)
• Sequence of figures
• Matrix (Finding missing numbers or letters)
• Paper-cutting, folding, punching
• Mirrors and water reflection
• Configuration, fitting pieces, odd pieces
• Coding Decoding Questions
Various types of codes will be given in the questions and students have to decode it by applying logical thinking and finding out the logic behind the given codes. One example will be given and students have to follow the same logic as per the given example
• Arrangement Questions
Questions based on circular as well as linear seating arrangements are one of the most commonly recurrent questions in Logical Reasoning section. These questions deal with the arrangement of people in a circle (Circular arrangement) or in a line (Linear arrangement). Questions may also come from topics such as Blood relations, Ranking, Puzzles and Direction Sense.
• Logic Reasoning Questions
Questions that are meant to solve by logical thinking or critical thinking and needs more concentration and knack to solve the problems come under this section.
• Miscellaneous Questions
Questions from topics like Clock and Calendar comes under this section. It is important to practice more questions related to calendar and clock to solve these questions.
• Non-verbal Questions
Topics such as Pictorial Analogies, Symbol series, symbolic operations, number patterns, spatial relations, space visualizations, Spatial Reasoning, mirror image and space image comes under this section
Best 5 books for Logical Reasoning and General Intelligence
Analytical Reasoning – by M K Pandey
Test of Reasoning- by Edgar Thorpe
A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning- by RS Aggarwal
Perfect Verbal Reasoning – by Ajay Chauhan
Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning – by Disha Publication
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