Verbal Ability Questions and Answers + Study materials shortcut tips and tricks pdf
Verbal ability and verbal reasoning are one of the important part of any aptitude test which test your knowledge of English language effectively and constructively rather than your fluency in general English. Most of the candidates faces difficulties in verbal ability than quantitative aptitude and logical reasoning section. Unlike other part verbal ability needs more training and understanding of basic verbal and english language. Careerarm given study materials for all topics in verbal ability. Click on a link to open a topic.
What is the use in searching for Verbal Ability Questions and Answers when you don’t know basics?
All you need is Verbal ability study materials, tutorials & training, tips & tricks and pdf materials to revise.
You won’t get same questions in exam like quantitative aptitude. So prepare verbal ability well and check the verbal questions and answers.
Topics in Verbal Ability and General English language test
List of topics in verbal ability,
- Synonyms (Meanings)
- Antonyms (Opposites)
- Idioms and Phrases
- Spotting Errors (spot the error)
- Sentence Formation
- Sentence Correction
- Sentence Improvement
- Ordering of Sentences (Sentence Arrangement)
- Verbal Analogies
- Ordering of Words
- Selecting Words
- One Word Substitutes (Fill in the blanks)
- Paragraph Formation
- Completing Statements
- Change of Voice (Active and Passive Voice)
- Change of Speech
- Closet Test
- Joining Sentences
- Passage Completion
- Spelling Test
- General English (Noun, verb, modals, conjunctions, articles and prepositions)
Each topics contains explanation with examples, sample question and answers, verbal ability tips and tricks, study materials in pdf file and video tutorials and lecture.
What is best strategy to prepare and master the Verbal section?
Aviral Bhatnagar (IIM Ahmedabad), who scored 100% in CAT exam (Verbal section) given us 4 steps to score more marks in aptitude test.
These are the four steps to success,
- Identify your sweet spot
- Identify your weak spot
- Improve and analyze both strengths and weaknesses
- Leave what you will do wrong
Top 10 Tips to Pass your Verbal ability and Reasoning Exam
Verbal ability questions are asked in first round (written test) of most of the job interviews. Especially, the freshers will get these kind of questions in aptitude test. Apart from off campus and job placements, the verbal ability being the scariest section for all competitive exams such as bank exams (IBPS & SBI), SSC, GRE, GMAT, MAT, CAT, Public service commission PSC’s (UPSC, TNPSC, etc) and all government job common written tests.
Check out the 10 steps to score more marks in verbal ability.
Tips to crack verbal ability section
- Understand the basic concepts
- Practice as much as possible
- Find the model or previous year question and try it
- Skim read the paragraph
- Plan properly
- Don’t rush to answer all questions
- First attempt the short questions and then read big paragraph (comprehension)
- Proper time management
- If you not understood the question skip to next immediately don’t waste time in thinking.
- Answer all question (Only if no negative marks)
Note: First 3 points should be followed before exam.
Reference books for preparing verbal ability
- How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
- Written by: Arun sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay
- The Pearson Guide to Verbal Ability
- Written by: Sujit Kumar
- A modern approach to verbal and nonverbal reasoning (FULLY SOLVED)
- Written by: R.S Aggarwal
Arun sharma verbal ability book is very famous, for serious preparation buy the book and practice. If you just want to refer any topics download ebook. Search for “Arun sharma verbal ability pdf free download” if you find any pirated copy just download and see the book, but it is not recommended.