How to Score Well in the Visual Reasoning Section

The MH-CET exam has approximately 25 - 30 questions of visual reasoning. Visual reasoning, which has a rare appearance in the other entrance exams at present, forms a significant proportion of this exam. As a total of around 15% questions of the total test are from this area, practising these questions is very important. There is no negative marking. The difficulty level of questions in this category is from easy to moderate. But considering that you would not have practiced question like this before, you may consider it to be moderate to difficult. The questions coming in visual reasoning are of different types. As the familiarity level of students is less with visual reasoning questions, let's define the various types along with some actual MH- CET questions.

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Find the next figure i.e. Series Type: In this category, you would be given 4 - 5 figures and you have to find the next figure, out of the options given. Let us have a look at this kind of a question.

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In this case, the first five are the problem figures and you have to find the next one out of the five options given.

Find the next figure i.e. Analogy Type: In this category, you would be given 3 figures and you have to find the fourth figure, which has the same relation with the third figure as the second figure has with the first figure. Following is an example of this type:
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Find the result i.e. Paper Folded: This you will understand with the help of a question. Find out from amongst the four alternatives as to how the pattern would appear when the transparent sheet is folded at the dotted line.
 
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Figure Embedded i.e. Inserted in which option: In this type, a particular figure is given in the question and then you need to find the option, in which the question figure is fully inserted or embedded along with some other lines or figures. Have a look at a question ;