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Syllogism is one of the most scoring parts of Reasoning section. Syllogism-based questions often feature in various exams. These questions intend to check your deductive reasoning skills. You are required to draw conclusions from two or more statements.

This chapter is devised to familiarise you with the basic concepts of Syllogism along with the techniques to handle various kinds of questions. You will learn to solve Syllogism questions using Venn Diagrams. With the right approach, you will be able to save time and attain accuracy in this section. Also, you will get to know your level of preparation with the help of assignments.

What you will learn

  • Basics of Syllogism
  • Venn Diagram Approach for Syllogism questions
  • Complimentary Pairs in Syllogism
  • Illustrated Examples

Curriculum for this course

Pre-Assessment Test

  • Take this test to assess your current skill level in Syllogism

Videos

  • Syllogism
  • Syllogism – Advanced
  • Syllogism – Complementary Pairs

Live Lectures (An sms/email will be sent 30 minutes before live lecture. Live lectures are conducted on a regular basis and details will be updated here. Once available, you can view previously recorded live lecture.)

  • Lecture 1: Basics of different types of statements used in Syllogism to solve the questions,
  • Lecture 2: Advanced syllogism questions and conditions used for complimentary pairs with the help of examples.

eBook

  • In this eBook, you will learn about the basic concepts of Syllogism and ways to approach different types of Syllogism questions.

Assignments

  • Syllogism Practice Assignment 01
  • Syllogism Practice Assignment 02
  • Syllogism Practice Assignment 03

Online Tests

  • Evaluation Test 01 – Syllogism

Doubt & Discussion Group

  • You will be sent a WhatsApp Group invite link within 48 hours.

Support & Help

  • Feel free to message us with any issues, queries or feedback you have about this course. We are happy to help!

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Syllogism - Basic & Advanced