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41. Analytical and Problem Solving Skills

41. Analytical and Problem Solving Skills

COMPETITION 41. ANALYTICAL AND PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS
ELIGIBILITY Class V – X of CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE and SSC Boards
SUBJECT(S) GENERAL REASONING (VERBAL & NON VERBAL REASONING)
DESCRIPTION Do you have a problem? The solution can be obtained by analyzing.

  • Identify the root cause of the problem.
  • What are the lapses and errors we have committed?
  • How are we affected?
  • Did we share it with our classmates, teachers or parents?

You need to analyze the problem from all the angles, think reasonably, logically and come out with a right solution.

Objective:

  • To bring out the co-relation of Mathematics to other sciences & social sciences.
  • Encourage exploring the knowledge, meaning & nature of data, appreciation importance of data and to tabulate meaningfully.
  • Develop techniques of speed and accuracy.
  • Encourage ability to appreciate graphic representation of data and its interpretation.
  • Developing Problem Solving abilities in students.
SYLLABUS
SYLLABUS
CLASS V

General Mental Ability

  1. Analogy
  2. Classification
  3. Series completion
  4. Coding – Decoding
  5. Blood Relations
  6. Puzzle Test
  7. Age Doubts
  8. Sense of Directions
CLASS VI

General Mental Ability

  1. Analogy
  2. Classification
  3. Series completion
  4. Coding – Decoding
  5. Blood Relations
  6. Puzzle Test
  7. Logical Venn Diagrams
  8. Logical Sequence of Words
  9. Arithmetical Reasoning
  10. Age Doubts
  11. Sense of Directions
CLASS VII

General Mental Ability

  1. Analogy
  2. Classification
  3. Series completion
  4. Coding – Decoding
  5. Blood Relations
  6. Puzzle Test
  7. Logical Venn Diagrams
  8. Logical Sequence of Words
  9. Arithmetical Reasoning
  10. Data Sufficiency
  11. Decision Making
  12. Age Doubts
  13. Sense of Directions

NON-VERBAL REASONING

  1. Series
  2. Analogy
  3. Classification
  4. Analytical Reasoning
CLASS VIII

General Mental Ability

  1. Analogy
  2. Classification
  3. Series completion
  4. Coding – Decoding
  5. Blood Relations
  6. Puzzle Test
  7. Logical Venn Diagrams
  8. Logical Sequence of Words
  9. Arithmetical Reasoning
  10. Data Sufficiency
  11. Decision Making
  12. Age Doubts
  13. Sense of Directions

NON-VERBAL REASONING

  1. Series
  2. Analogy
  3. Classification
  4. Analytical Reasoning
  5. Mirror & Water Images
  6. Paper Folding
  7. Paper Cutting
  8. Cubes and Dice
  9. Dot Situation
CLASS IX

General Mental Ability

  1. Analogy
  2. Classification
  3. Series completion
  4. Coding – Decoding
  5. Blood Relations
  6. Puzzle Test
  7. Logical Venn Diagrams
  8. Logical Sequence of Words
  9. Arithmetical Reasoning
  10. Data Sufficiency
  11. Decision Making
  12. Age Doubts
  13. Sense of Directions

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

  1. Speed
  2. Time & Distance
  3. Time & Work
  4. Average
  5. Distance
  6. etc.

NON-VERBAL REASONING

  1. Series
  2. Analogy
  3. Classification
  4. Analytical Reasoning
  5. Mirror & Water Images
  6. Paper Folding
  7. Paper Cutting
  8. Cubes and Dice
  9. Dot Situation
CLASS X

General Mental Ability

  1. Analogy
  2. Classification
  3. Series completion
  4. Coding – Decoding
  5. Blood Relations
  6. Puzzle Test
  7. Logical Venn Diagrams
  8. Logical Sequence of Words
  9. Arithmetical Reasoning
  10. Data Sufficiency
  11. Data Application
  12. Data Evaluation
  13. Decision Making
  14. Age Doubts
  15. Sense of Directions

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

  1. Speed
  2. Time & Distance
  3. Time & Work
  4. Average
  5. Distance
  6. Ratios and Proportions
  7. Profit & Loss
  8. Simple and Compound Interest and Elementary Statistics central tendency
  9. dispersion
  10. Probability
  11. etc.

NON-VERBAL REASONING

  1. Series
  2. Analogy
  3. Classification
  4. Analytical Reasoning
  5. Mirror & Water Images
  6. Paper Folding
  7. Paper Cutting
  8. Cubes and Dice
  9. Dot Situation
LEVELS PRELIMS FINALS
TEST(S) MENTAL ABILITY TEST – 411 ANALYTICAL REASONING TEST – 412
TYPE OF TEST Objective Subjective
MAX. MARKS Class V To X is 75 Marks Class V To X is 60 Marks
DURATION 75 Minutes 60 Minutes
TYPE OF QUESTIONS Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
  • Multiple Choice Questions
ANSWER SHEET OMR – Optical Mark Reader OMR – Optical Mark Reader
ASSESSMENT PARAMETERS Knowledge, Comprehension and Synthesis. Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis and Synthesis.
FEE A participation fee of Rs.150/- per student per TEST is to be collected by the school. The school shall retain Rs.15/- for D.D. commissions, postal expenses, incidental expenditures like photo-copying, etc and Rs.10/- towards the honorarium of the school coordinator. -Nil-
CUT-OFF MARKS Cutoff marks will be based on the students’ highest marks scored per class for the Prelims Level test. Students scoring above cut-off marks in the Prelims Level will get promoted to the FINALS. Students who score above cut-off marks in the Final Level test will be declared as a winners.
AWARDS All the participants will receive Certificate of Participation and Marks Memo. Students who score above cut-off marks will award the APPRECIATION medal. The winners will receive Certificate of Merit, Medals and Mementos.

1st Place : GOLD MEDAL
2nd Place : SILVER MEDAL
3rd Place : BRONZE MEDAL

OTHERS Every participant will get the MODEL PAPERS free of cost.
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2. Syllabus Copy
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