Statement and Argument Reasoning Questions and Answers for SSC and Bank exams

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Statement and Argument questions

Statement and Argument questions asked in many competitive exams and it is an important topic for SSC and Bank exams. You should practice Statement and Argument questions and answers if you doing preparation for SSC, Bank and other competitive exams.

Candidates should solve useful Statement and Argument questions here for exams, which asked mostly in competitive exams. Students can easily practice and improve their performance with these selective Statements and Argument Questions.

Students can practice easily with given statement and argument in Hindi questions who are interested in Hindi. 

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Important Statement and Argument questions and answers:

Direction (1-2) It is expected to differentiate between the solid argument & the weak argument while -determining the important questions. The solid arguments are those which are important & directly related to the questions too. The weak arguments are not directly related to the question or related to the minor part of the questions & are of less or no importance. 

In each of the following questions, two arguments 1 & 2 are given after the statement. You have to determine which of the argument is a strong argument & which is weak. 

Given the Answers

(A) If only 1 is a solid argument

(B) If only 2 is a solid argument

(C) Either argument 1 or 2 is solid

(D) Neither argument 1 or 2 is solid

(E) 1 & 2 – both are solid arguments.


1. Statement: 

If the government should immediately close to give the subsidy on kerosene?

Argument:

1. Yes, it will help the government to reduce its heavy financial deficit.

2. No, poor people will not be able to buy the kerosene at market price for their daily needs.


Ans .   E


2. Statement:

 If the government to should increase the water tax to farmers for the irrigation to supply water in farms?

Argument:

1. No, the farmers have to bare so many other expenses to grow the crops on land.

2. Yes, the rich farmers earn so much profit, because the water tax for irrigation is nominal


Ans .   A


Direction (3-7) It is expected to differentiate between the solid argument & the weak argument while -determining the important questions. The solid arguments are those which are important & directly related to the questions too. The weak arguments are not directly related to the question or related to the minor part of the questions & are of less or no importance. 

In each of the following questions, two arguments 1 & 2 are given after the statement. You have to determine which of the argument is a strong argument & which is weak. 

Given the Answer

(A) If only 1 is a solid argument

(B) If only 2 is a solid argument

(C) Either argument 1 or 2 is solid

(D) Neither argument 1 or 2 is solid

(E) 1 & 2 – both are solid arguments.


3.  Statement: 

If the government service in the rural for two years should be compulsory for the medical graduates?

Argument:

1. Yes, it is the duty of everybody to contribute for rural development & to serve for them

2. No, it cannot be implemented to doctors only because they contribute during their internship.


Ans .   A


4. Statement: 

If it os the best way to save the less score holders form frustration by motivating the high score holders awarding them prizes?

Argument:

1. No, it is the best way to motivate the high score holders.

2. Yes, it adversely affects the low score holders when high score holders are motivated & sometimes the situation becomes very terrible.


Ans .   B


5. Statement: 

If the most of the school examination parts should be of objective type?

Argument:

1. No, the students’ ability to express cannot be examined through the objective type tests.

2. yes, it is the best method to examine one’s ability & knowledge.


Ans .   D


6. Statement: 

If all the factories of city should be moved away from the main city?

Argument:

1. Yes, it is the most required action to control the pollution in the city.

2. No, the factory employees & their families will be in trouble because of this action.


Ans .   A


7. Statement: 

If the use of plastic bags should be banned totally?

Argument:

1. No such thick plastic bags should be specified so their use will not harm the environment so much.


2. Yes, the problems like water pollution & waterlogging arise due to the use of plastic bags, so it should be banned.  


Ans .   E

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