ABOUT THE COURSE
This section tests a law aspirants ability over logical links, rectifying illogical arguments and identifying patterns. This course covers arguments, reasoning by analogies, drawing well-supported conclusions, applying principles, and rules and wide analogies. It also includes all forms of a set of statements and rules and principles that describe the relationship between persons, things or events. Keeping the logical reasoning portion in focus this course cover syllogism, blood relations, Venn diagrams, number series, dice, puzzles and other logical links, identifying patterns and rectifying illogical arguments.