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Logical Venn diagram is a very important topic in the verbal reasoning section. It's a process of showing the complex relationship between 2–3 categories as a diagram through various geometric structures. In the banking, railway, SSC exams, questions are asked about Logic Venn Diagram in the Verbal reasoning section which are 3-4 questions in question-paper.

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In comparison type questions, a student has to understand the comparison in a question. Here you can practice with these type of questions and boost up your performance in the competitive exams.

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In puzzle relation questions, a student has to understand the relation to solve a question. These type of questions are not much difficult, its just confusing questions. So, here are the given puzzle relation questions for your practice.

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In such questions, the relationships are represented by certain specific codes or symbols such as +,-,*,$,%, etc. The candidate is then required to analyse some given codes to determine the relationship between a set of person, or to express a given relationship in the coded form.

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Some students are get puzzled to solve figural questions in the competitive exams because they can't understand this topic properly. In such type of question, a group four figures is given in them three belongs to a common group with their properties and one belongs to another group.

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In number classification reasoning questions, a group of letters and numbers is given. On behalf of alphabetical values and their position letters from a group same as numbers follow mathematical operation/rules, hence form a group. Candidates are required to select the option which does not belong to that same group.

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