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GENERAL TOPICS

 

GENERAL STUDIES

 

GENERAL GEOGRAPHY

 

GENERAL HISTORY

 

GENERAL ECONOMICS STUDY

 

GENERAL POLITY

 

DEMOCRATIC POLITY (INDIA)

 

GENERAL SCIENCE

 

SPORTS AND RECREATION

 

GENERAL MENTAL ABILITY

RESONING ABILITY

 

REASONING TESTS

 

 

ANALYTICAL REASONING

 

 

DIRECTION AND DISTANCE TEST

 

 

NUMBER ANALOGY TEST

 

 

CLASSIFICATION (ODD MAN OUT) TEST

 

 

CODING DECODING TEST

 

 

SERIES TEST

 

 

RELATIONSHIPS TEST

 

LOGIC TESTS

 

 

LOGICAL (CRITICAL) REASONING

 

 

SYLLOGISM

 

 

STATEMENTS ASSUMPTIONS

 

 

STATEMENTS ARGUMENTS

 

 

STATEMENTS CONCLUSIONS

 

 

STATEMENTS ACTION

ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS

 

ARITHMETIC (NUMBER THEORY)

 

 

NUMBER SYSTEMS

 

 

SURDS AND INDICES

 

 

SQUARE ROOTS

 

 

FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS

 

 

H.C.F. AND L.C.M.

 

 

SIMPLIFICATION

 

 

APPROXIMATIONS

 

 

RATIO AND PROPORTION

 

 

AVERAGE

 

 

ADDITIONAL TOPICS ARITHMETIC

 

 

AGES

 

 

BOATS AND STREAMS

 

 

MIXTURE AND ALLIGATION

 

 

PIPES AND CISTERNS

 

 

PROBLEMS ON TRAINS

 

 

UNITARY METHOD

 

 

TIME AND DISTANCE

 

 

TIME AND WORK

 

COMMERCIAL MATHS

 

 

INTEREST

 

 

PERCENTAGE

 

 

PROFIT AND LOSS

 

 

PARTNERSHIP

 

 

DISCOUNTS

APTITUDE TESTS

 

LEGAL APTITUDE

 

LEGAL REASONING

CURRENT EVENTS

 

CURRENT EVENTS TOPIC WISE

 

 

NATIONAL CE

 

 

INTERNATIONAL CE

 

 

PERSONS PLACES AWARDS AUTHORS CE

 

 

ECONOMY CE

 

 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CE

 

 

SPORTS CE

 

 

TRADE AWARENESS CE

ENGLISH

 

 

ENGLISH VOCABULARY

 

PARTS OF SPEECH

 

                            NOUNS

 

                            ADJECTIVES

 

                            PRONOUNS

 

                           VERBS

 

                           ADVERBS

 

                           PREPOSITIONS

 

ENGLISH VOCABULARY

 

 

SYNONYMS

 

 

ANTONYMS

 

 

ANALOGIES

 

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY

 

 

IDIOMS AND PHRASES

 

 

ONE WORD SUBSITUTION

 

 

SENTENCE IMPROVEMENT

 

 

REARRANGEMENT OF WORDS IN SENTENCE

 

 

REARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCE IN PARAGRPH

 

 

FILL IN THE BLANKS

 

ENGLISH USAGE ERRORS

 

 

COMMON ERRORS

 

 

SPOTTING ERRORS

 

 

INAPPROPRIATE USAGE OF WORDS

 

 

SPELLING MISTAKES (ENGLISH USAGE)

 

ENGLISH COMPREHENSION

POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

INDIAN POLITY

 

 

INDIAN CONSTITUTION

 

 

 

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