Debate and Intuition
A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it, once wrote the theoretical physicist Max Planck.
Argument Analysis in GRE Analytical Writing
Argument analysis is the evaluation of the logic in the context. It is to validate if the events stated in the context lead to the conclusion in the context. If there are logical fallacies, then the maintainability of the conclusion might be questioned. Do understand that there is nothing final and absolute in argument analysis. At the end, the events in the context and the conclusion might be tenable! Hence, it is imperative to note that argument analysis is considering possibilities - the might be this or might not be this kind of logic.
Interview: Skills to win the final war
Interview is a process of assessing a student and his/her compatibility for the role. If you are therefore invited for an interview, you should learn the art of showing off your skills as well as to emphasise on the skills which are more relevant to the role in hand.
General Awareness in IBPS Mains
Having seen the need for you to possess wide knowledge, let’s now look at specific exams and their coverage. Understanding the coverage of these exams would allow you to not just plan your preparation better, but also to score well enough to get your dream job.
Over the last two weeks, we have delved deep into the Reading Comprehension Questions on the GRE Test. Not only did we look at tips to increase the pace of our reading, we also looked at different question types – structure-based, summary-based and inference based, that appear on the GRE Test. In this article, let us focus on the inference based questions, often considered the most difficult, in depth.