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Let us take a look at each section in detail. 

Mathematics:  

The questions on Elementary Mathematics were a fairly even lot with almost all the regular topics seeing good representation. There were around 4 questions from Percentages, Profit & Loss, 2-3 from Numbers, 4-5 from Geometry/Mensuration and one each from Simple Equations, Time & Work, Pipes and Cisterns etc.  

Logical Reasoning:  

The Logical Reasoning was quite different from last year’s language based reasoning. The paper had 10 Questions on Arrangements (2 sets), and 5 questions each on Circular Arrangement, Deduction, Syllogisms, Blood Relations, Statement/conclusion type questions, and Number series. As a welcome relief to a lot of students, there was no critical reasoning in the paper.  

English including Reading Comprehension:  

The English section was fairly similar to the last year"s with only 1 Reading Comprehension passage having 10 questions. There were quite a few questions based on Vocabulary – on Synonyms, Idioms, Prepositions, Latin Phrases and Foreign Words .There were questions on Para jumbles and grammar as well. The distribution of these questions was roughly like 10 questions on Prepositions, and 5 each on Foreign Maxims, Idioms and Phrases, Para Jumbles, and Spellings.  

General Knowledge:  

As a welcome departure from the last year"s trend, the section was fairly manageable by a student with good general reading habit. Almost all the questions were from current areas and covered areas like sports, science and technology, geography, awards etc.  

Legal Aptitude:  

The paper focused solely on principle and fact based questions. With the only catch being the length of the questions which could have taken quite a time to answer, the questions were fairly easy and did not per se pose any problem for the students.