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Statement & Argument are mandatory part of SSC IBPS or any other competitive exam covers 5-15 questions used to check the positivity and decision making capability of a candidate.
Most of the candidates get confused and choose wrong argument of a statement because of superficial concept of Statement & Argument question. These are very easy and time saving questions need to be solved within 2-3 minute by PERSONAL OPINION METHOD.
Reasoning Short Cut Tricks to Solve Statement & Arguments Questions using PERSONAL OPINION METHOD:
This method is based on Newton’s 3rd law i.e. action-reaction law. In this method ‘Statement’ is considered as ‘Action’ and ‘Argument’ is taken as ‘Reaction’.
Personal Opinion method is inspired from personal opinion of any third person that means the way of thinking of that person regarding any issue/problem regarding the intension behind making statement.
PRINCIPLE OF PERSONAL OPINION METHOD
·         Statement (action) must be positive in all sense. Take statement (action) in such a way that YOU are speaking about something in a positive sense.
·         Argument (reaction) can be positive or negative depending upon the situation or condition. The effect of statement (action) is to be analyzed by practical condition through THIRD PERSON/MIDDLE MAN.
YOU
THIRD PERSON/MIDDLE MAN
PEOPLE
Statement (action)
Argument is to be analyzed through this man by considering intension of YOU behind the statement.
Argument (reaction)
·         A positive statement always results in positive argument.
Reasoning Short Cut Tricks to Solve Statement & Arguments Questions RULES FOR PERSONAL OPINION METHOD:
FOR WEAK/EXPLICIT ARGUMENTS:
Rule 1: Golden Words turn an argument WEAK/EXPLICIT.
Remember these words for Weak/Explicit Argument. Whenever you find these words in any argument, mark the argument as weak/Explicit.
ONLY, THE BEST, WILL BE, DEFINITELY, UNTILL, UNLESS
Rule 2: Irrelevant Arguments are always WEAK/ EXPLICIT.
Those topics in arguments (reaction) which are not discussed in statement (action) are always Weak/Explicit.
Rule 3: Copied/Repeated Arguments to any previous decision are always WEAK/ EXPLICIT.
Those arguments (reaction) which are simply repetition or copy of any previous decision are always Weak/Explicit.
Rule 4: Half explained/explanation Arguments are always WEAK/ EXPLICIT.
Those arguments (reaction) which are simply follows half explanation (decision on any issue) are always Weak/Explicit.
Rule 5: An argument comparing two countries is always WEAK/ EXPLICIT.
Those arguments (reaction) which are having comparison between two countries are always Weak/Explicit. This is because the two countries are different in nature, culture and geometrical conditions.
FOR STRONG/IMPLICIT ARGUMENTS:
Rule 1: An argument is always STRONG/IMPLICIT if it is related to following cases.
·         Defense of a country
·         Infrastructure development of a country
·         Educational Development of country
·         Security of a country
Rule 2: An argument based on UNIVERSAL TRUTH is always STRONG/IMPLICIT
Those arguments (reaction) which are universal truth which exists always are always Strong/ Implicit.
Rule 3: Commonly accepted to everyone or strong feeling arguments are always STRONG/IMPLICIT
Those arguments (reaction) which are commonly accepted to everyone are always Strong/ Implicit.
Rule 4: An arguments is always STRONG/IMPLICIT in following situations
·         Direct related to the topic
·         Deeply analyzed
·         True observation based
·         Experienced based
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Question 1:
Statement: Some of people say that use of ‘The Geeta’ in court during the judgments should not be allowed.
Argument:
                                I.            They feel The Geeta is being insulted.
                             II.            Some people may swear falsely with The Geeta.
Solution: By using Personal Opinion Method:
Think that YOU have made this statement “Some of people say that use of ‘The Geeta’ in court during the judgments should not be allowed”. YOU must have positive intention behind the statement (action).
Assumptions are analyzed based up on rules of Personal Opinion Method:
No.
Assumption
Conclusion
Result
I
They feel The Geeta is being insulted
Unrelated topic-Insult
WEAK/EXPLICIT
II
Some people may swear falsely with ‘The Geeta’
True- Positive intension
STRONG/IMPLICIT

Question 2:
Statement: An advertisement “If you want to follow the foot print of an Ideal leader, wears X-brand shoes”.
Argument:
                                I.            Most of the people like to be Ideal leader.
                             II.            One can become an ideal leader unless one wears X-brand shoes.
Solution: By using Personal Opinion Method:
Think that YOU have made this statement “If you want to follow the foot print of an Ideal leader, wears X-brand shoes”. YOU must have positive intention behind the statement (action).
Assumptions are analyzed based up on rules of Personal Opinion Method:
No.
Assumption
Conclusion
Result
I
Most of the people like to be Ideal leader.
Commonly Accepted truth
STRONG/IMPLICIT
II
One can become an ideal leader unless one wears X-brand shoes.
Word-Unless
WEAK/EXPLICIT

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