Easy and best way to understand classification problems with examples
This section will help you to learn about the Verbal reasoning aptitude called ‘Classification.’ In the view of competitive exams, classification is an important part of verbal reasoning.
Verbal reasoning classification questions and answers are all frequently asked in competitive exams like CAT, MAT, XAT, GRE, GMAT, MBA, MCA, Bank exams, Bank PO, SBI, Gate, Ssc, Nda.
Classification based questions and answers are very easy to do and hence it helps in scoring good marks.
While writing any kind of competitive exams, time management is very important. So practice time management to answer questions properly.
What is called classification?
Classification means arranging the given items in the right order by analyzing the unique property of it and finding the odd one out.
Verbal Reasoning Classification based questions comes in different formats. One of the formats is, four or five words will be listed that have unique qualities. From which you have to find the odd one that doesn’t with the properties of other items listed.
Another format is a few pairs of words will be listed from that, candidates have to find the odd pair out. Sometimes, a group of letters will be displayed as options, from that you have to find the odd letter sequence.
The options or items that are listed may be from any subject. So the candidates must analyze each given option and have to find the odd one accordingly.
Classification tips and tricks
- The very first thing you have to do is, you need to understand from which subject the classification question is listed.
- Analyse the common property that matches with the listed items.
- Don’t only concentrate on finding the odd one, instead try to connect each item with one another.
1. Choose the word that is odd from the listed options.
Answer is option (d). Because except protein, all other given options comes under the category of hormones.
2. Find the odd pair out from the given options.
- Length – Meter
- Capacity – Litre
- Mass – Weight
- Time – Seconds
Answer is option c. Except for option c, all other options state the unit of the given items.
Practicing makes everything easy. So do online tests from the below given questions, practice well and score good marks.