They consist of a group of sentences that have been jumbled up. The goal in these types of sentences is to rearrange the sentences in the original sequence.
In para-jumble questions, you will be given a paragraph made of four to five sentences whose original sequence has been changed and you have a few minutes to figure out what that original sequence was.
Para-jumbles have been regularly appearing in the CAT and other MBA entrance tests. There is a good chance of three Para-jumble questions appearing in the 20 questions of the Verbal Ability (VA) section.
Anyone who applies his/her mind to the given sentences and spends sufficient time arranging the sentences can get the sequence right – practice may enhance the confidence one has in dealing with these questions.
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