**Analytical reasoning** -

The analytical writing section is to evaluate a candidate’s ability to comprehend complex ideas effectively and clearly, support ideas along with relevant reasons and examples, examine a claim and the supporting evidence to it, sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion and control the elements of standard written English.

**Verbal Reasoning** -

The verbal reasoning section tends to evaluate a candidate’s ability to analyze and infer conclusions from discourse, reason from incomplete data, select important points, summarize text, understand the text structure, understand the meanings of words, distinguish major from minor or relevant points, understand relationships among words and concepts. Some topics covered under the verbal section are:

**Some of the Basic Sentence structure -**

- Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
- Verb Tense
- Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions
- Pronoun Agreement
- Subject-Verb Agreement
- Modifiers
- Parallelism

**Quantitative Reasoning**

The quantitative reasoning section measures the candidate’s ability to understand quantitative information, interpret and analyze quantitative information, solve complex problems using mathematical models, and apply basic skills and elementary mathematical concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. Some of the topics are-

- Number properties
- Order of operations
- Percentage
- Ratio and proportion
- Profit and loss
- Simple and compound interest
- Speed, distance and time
- Permutation & combination
- Linear equations
- Quadratic equation
- Sets Theory
- Statistics: Average, Median, Mode, Range, Standard deviation
- Powers and roots
- Probability
- Pipes, cisterns, work, time
- Lines and angles
- Triangles
- Polygon
- Quadrilateral
- Circles
- Coordinate geometry
- Volume and surface area