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IIFT question answer with detailed explanation





Para jumbles for different MBA entrances like CAT/XAT/SNAP/GMAT/IIFT with detailed explanation and shortcut tricks for problem solving and concept building.


What is a Verbal Ability Test?


Verbal Ability is the defined as the capability of a person in expressing ideas using words in a clearly understandable manner. Verbal Ability is a very important component of competitive examinations. For aspirants who want to get good scores in Verbal Ability, a good vocabulary and sentence-forming skills are vital.


How are Verbal Ability Tests Conducted?


Verbal Ability tests generally form one part of the 4-5 different sections of questions asked in competitive examinations. Nowadays, these tests are mandatory before any job interview too. The objective of conducting Verbal Ability tests is to check if candidates have the adequate writing skills that are needed in an organization.


Test Structure


Verbal Ability questions aren't as tough as they are are confusing. The options provided appear so similar that it becomes a difficulty trying to eliminate three wrong options and finding the right one. The candidate is supposed to have the knowledge of exceptional cases.


Scores and Marking


Scores and marking depend on individual examinations and their marking patterns.


Negative marking


Most candidates think that they can guess the answers of Verbal Ability and clear the tests, however they realize soon that guessing not only gets them wrong answers but also negative marks that eat into their total. The best approach is to leave a question alone if the answer is not known.


Preparation and Practice


The best way to practice for Verbal Ability is to read atleast 10 pages of English text everyday, be it newspapers or books. In addition to that, learning the grammar rules will also help candidates in getting a stronger grasp on the concepts.


Parajumbles are jumbled paragraphs. Basically, you are given a paragraph - but the sentences are not in the right order. It's up to you to untie this knot and rearrange the sentences so that they logically make sense. Normally instructions for this type of questions will read "Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph".


Given below would be 4 or 5 perplexing sentences which he would need to sort and arrange like a jigsaw puzzle. Sounds fun? It is. If one knows how to go about it, that is. Solving jumbled paragraphs is a science. It is so much of a science that you can obtain an accuracy of 100% even if you are not a good reader.


Basic Strategies for solving Para-jumble Questions:


Try to locate the introductory sentence: While you go through the labelled sentences, try to look for one that makes a fresh beginning. It should not be a sentence that is extending previous ideas.


Check for Conclusive Last Sentences: Test setters are smart. They would typically not let you get away so easily. There are multiple options beginning with the introductory sentence. So you will need more than one clue. The last sentence in the paragraph is one that summarizes and has links to previous sentences.


Anticipate the order of the sentences: Knowing that going through each choice is cumbersome, you must clearly work towards generating some kind of order in your mind, before you look at the options. This tactic will help save the precious time.


See if there are any logical sequences among sentence pairs: Very often a pair of sentences can be chronologically arranged because of clues in one of the sentences. Standard clues include reference to a person or a thing. The first time such a reference is made, a noun form is used. The second reference will be pronoun or a preposition























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