**I will take you through two approaches. **

**If you follow approach 1. **

You will use many formulas and theorems. You will get an answer, but it will take more time.

**If you follow approach 2.**

You will minimize the number of formulas used. You will use your logical skills, hence reduce complex computation. You will solve faster.

If you solve questions in less than 30 seconds, then you will have more time in the bank to solve harder questions. You will also be able to complete the section in the allotted time.

**Penalty marks for un-attempted questions are huge.**

**Can logic be taught?**

Yes! Logic can be taught. If the tutor teaches you reasoning skills and demonstrates those skills on a wide range of problems, your thinking will get re-oriented. You will be able to solve questions using more than one approach.

I feel logic is best taught in a tutor driven class, not through generic videos

**Now let us understand both the approaches.**

**Approach 1**

**This approach involves formulae/theorem…**