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June 28, 2013

Syllogisms Video Tutorial


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Friends, Syllogisms / Logical Deductions play an important role in Competitive Exams. Now a days almost in every competitive exams (especially for Bank Exams) they are asking minimum Five questions from this area. The traditional method for solving syllogism problems is by drawing Venn Diagrams. But in exams you may not get enough time to sit and draw these Venn Diagrams. Sometimes the given premises might be so confusing that you will never be able to draw the diagram for it. So here is a video lesson on another shortcut method for finding solutions to Syllogism problems. We hope this video lecture will helpful for you. We are presently working on some more examples of this technique. We will upload them soon.

All The Best and Happy Watching :) 


  1. Excellent Post.

    I hope we can expect more from you people. Thanks for the suport :)

  2. try to upload text or pdf file too... To do's who cant download it the video.. Plzzz ..

  3. Download ka option do...plz

    1. use idm to download videos

  4. Thank you for a wonderful initiative..

  5. try to upload possibilities examples of syllogism

  6. i have difficulty in solving ques with possibility and 'only' in syllogism. help me

  7. Plz send the shortcuts in aptitude and reasoning on each topic... Becoz takes much time solve... Kindly upload it..

  8. Statements: All the pencils are pens. All the pens are inks.
    1. All the pencils are inks.
    2. Some inks are pencils.
    A. Only (2) conclusion follows
    B. Only (1) conclusion follows
    C. Either (1) or (2) follows
    D. Both (1) and (2) follow
    E. Neither (1) nor (2) follows
    Ans: D
    Need explanation for this since how the conclusion also true.

    26. Statements: Some papers are pens. All the pencils are pens.
    1. Some pens are pencils.
    2. Some pens are papers.
    A. Only (1) conclusion follows
    B. Only (2) conclusion follows
    C. Both (1) and (2) follow
    D. Either (1) or (2) follows
    E. Neither (1) nor (2) follows
    Ans: C
    Explanation:need explanation in this since middle term is coming in conclusion tat too they are accepting.. very very diffcult to understand this reply me soon since next week interview for me,

  9. Doing great job.thank you very much admin for helping us:)

  10. what to do in case of more than 2 premises?

  11. Hi Shivani, can you please upload video explanation of syllogism for three premises

  12. Sir/madam

    What about questn having more than 2 premises ?????

  13. Video was very ģood to understand ... thnx

  14. I can't watch the video as it show " you account terminated". Is there any other link to watch.... plx help me


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