Reasoning is one of the most scoring subjects of all other competitive exams and one of the easiest chapter in this section is from "Classification - Odd One Out/Odd Pair".
If the candidate is able to apply his thinking ability properly, he can easily score well in these questions.
‘Classification’ means ‘to assort the items of a given group on the basis of certain common quality they possess and then find the odd out’.
In this section, candidates are given a group of certain items, out of which all except one are similar to one another in some manner. The candidate is required to choose this one item which does not fit into the given group.
We are covering all the possible concepts from the topic "Classification - Odd One Out/Odd Pair" and some questions from this chapter which are asked in previous year papers of competition exams.
Basic Concepts of Classification - Odd One Out
1. To ‘classify’ means to assign some particular characteristic to the various member/part of group and identify them on the basis of that particular characteristics only.
2. The Classification questions aim to test the skills of a candidate on determining the features of various things. Such questions are really scoring as they require minimum calculations (if verbal).
This common feature must be unique, ascertainable, non-imaginary and must not be present in odd-one option. While solving these questions, one should have basic awareness about general knowledge including Science, Geography, History, Mathematics etc.
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