The Concept of Statement and Conclusions

Questions from the statement and conclusions topic comprise a statement followed by a set of conclusions for the same. Candidates need to choose the most appropriate conclusion regarding the statement given.

Mostly the biggest mistake which is made by candidates while solving the statement-conclusion questions is that they make assumptions while answering questions which ultimately leads to marking the incorrect option as a conclusion for the given statement.

The statement and conclusion concept is common for all major exams conducted in the country and aspirants need to emphasize on the logical aspect of the concept. No assumptions, facts or information can be used to answer questions based on this concept and the data given in the statement is the only fact.

Candidates must know that to answer questions from this topic, a candidate needs to analyse the information given and then select the most logical conclusion based on the statement.

Our Research & Findings

#IBPS PO

As a sample we have choosen the last 4 year's (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) previously asked question papers. In quatitative aptitude section, a total number of questions asked are 35. Out of these 35 questions 2.86% of questions are from Statement and Conclusions.

#SBIPO

As a sample we have choosen the last 4 year's (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) previously asked question papers. In quatitative aptitude section, a total number of questions asked are 35. Out of these 35 questions 3.57% of questions are from Statement and Conclusions.

#TCSNQT

As a sample we have choosen the last 4 year's (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) previously asked question papers. In quatitative aptitude section, a total number of questions asked are 26. Out of these 26 questions 3.53% of questions are from Statement and Conclusions.

Teaching Methodology

  • Concepts based solutions
  • Short cut methods
  • Spatial visualization
Sample Question

In a Test match played between India and Australia, the total runs made by the Indian team were 200. 160 runs out of 200 runs were made by spinners.
Conclusion I: 80% of the team consists of spinners
Conclusion II: The opening batsmen were spinners

1. Only Conclusion I is true

2. Only Conclusion II is true

3. Both Conclusion I and II are true

4. Neither Conclusion I nor II is true

5. Either Conclusion I or II is true

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