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CLAT Logical Reasoning: MCQs for CLAT 2023

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Appearing for CLAT 2023 and looking for MCQs on CLAT Logical Reasoning? Well, you are at the right place! This logical reasoning sample paper has been designed keeping in mind the latest pattern of the CLAT exam.

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Answer the following questions after reading this passage:

One of the biggest casualties of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown has been institutionalised education. Schools have been shut to prevent the spread of the virus and this has given way to online classrooms, a very new concept in India even for the most sophisticated schools. It is commendable how easily some educational institutions have moved to virtual classrooms, all thanks to tools such as Zoom, Google Hangouts and Microsoft Teams.

But there are some still struggling to get online. The online classes, whatever the enabling technology, is only as good as the teachers and the ability of the students to grasp the new teaching technique. One of the teachers felt students are actually more responsive and active in online classrooms, compared to when they are in physical ones.

This could be because this is a new concept and they are excited to explore it with the teachers. They also don’t get distracted by their classmates, which frequently happens in a regular class. Teachers do find the absence of a blackboard a disadvantage and network connectivity a constant problem.

We miss the clarity that a blackboard gives us, we are kind of making do with the virtual whiteboard on Zoom. Shweta Kawatra, a parent who teaches in a New Delhi school, highlights that many students have not been able to take advantage of the virtual platform because they do not have a suitable device at home or lack a good internet connection.

It has its own share of disadvantages too. Too much screen time can be perilous for health. Prolonged online sessions can be overwhelming and may lead to problems related to vision, body posture and sleep disorder, Kawatra adds.

1. Which of the following statements cannot be inferred from the passage above?

a. Virtual Classroom teaching is a sustainable approach to education.

b. Virtual Classroom teaching causes health problems.

c. Institutionalized education system has its advantages.

d. All of the above

2. What is the central idea of the passage above?

a. Institutionalised education was much better than the current online education system.

b. Institutionalized education cannot be replaced by any other system of education.

c. Virtual Classroom teaching is a sustainable approach to education in modern times.

d. None of the above.

3. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage above?

a. There is a divide in opinions of people on the merits and demerits of Online education.

b. Online education system is going to replace the Institutionalized education system.

c. The institutionalized education system is not at all perilous for health of students.

d. All of the above.

Answer the following CLAT Logical Reasoning Questions: 

4. A is B’s sister. C is B’s mother. D is C’s father. E is D’s mother. Then, how is A related to D?

a. Grandmother

b. Mother

c. Daughter

d. Granddaughter

5. Snehal goes to a restaurant that sells dumplings in South Korea, on a Sunday. She sees that all the customers present on that specific day are women. She concludes that men in South Korea do not eat dumplings. As a matter of fact, several men in South Korea like dumplings. Which of the following options best describe Snehal’s error?

a. Snehal is not observant.

b. Snehal generalised her conclusion based on insufficient evidence.

c. Snehal has extremely biased opinions.

d. All of the above.

6. Which of the following is an assertion of opinion, rather than an assertion of fact?

a. India has taken several steps towards the protection of women from sexual harassment at workplace.

b. Indian OTT platforms have released over 150 original series over the lockdown.

c. The judgement of the Indian Censorship Board is highly biased.

d. All of the above.

7. The students of Oxbridge University have managed to increase the average GPA of the University by 30% percent in the last one year. At the same time, the University has 25 fewer professors compared to the last academic year.

Which of the following statements help remove the logical fallacy in the above information?

a. The number of students visiting the library has increased by over 40%.

b. Many students are taking online classes now.

c. The number of teachers present at Oxbridge are extremely efficient and can cater to the needs of the children.

d. All of the above.

8. A person suffering from common cold need not consult a doctor because in less serious cases, the symptoms will automatically subside down. However, the coronavirus spread has lately increased, and any small symptoms of the common cold could aggravate the situation and endanger the life of a person. Therefore, it is better that treatment be taken at an earlier stage itself.

What is the flaw in the above argument?

a. The author draws a general conclusion based on inadequate evidence.

b. The author assumes that similar effects will have similar causes.

c. The author makes contradictory claims.

d. None of the above.


1. (a) The passage in no way suggests anything positive about virtual classroom, so A is the statement that cannot be inferred from the passage.

2. (d) Self-explanatory

3. (a) There is a difference of opinion among people about the advantages and disadvantages of virtual classroom.

4. (d)

5. (b) Explanation: The answer can only be (B) because Snehal went to the restaurant on a specific Sunday. On that day, there were only women at the restaurant. It is possible that there will be men on other days, but she concluded that men in Korea do not prefer eating dumplings, which is flawed in itself. It cannot be (A) or (C) because she was observant on that specific Sunday, but her conclusion was wrong, and she miscalculated it.

6. (c) Explanation:The answer can only be (C) because it can only be an opinion that the Indian Censorship Board is biased. Some people might feel that it is biased, and others may not. However, (A), and (B) are facts, and it is undeniable and unambiguous that there have been several policies towards the protection of women at the workplace. The Indian OTT platforms have also released numerous original series. Hence, (A) and (B) do not qualify as opinions, and are only facts.

7. (d) Explanation: The first statement says that the students have started visiting the library more often. The second statement says that the students have started attending online classes. And the third and final statements say that the professors are extremely efficient to cater to the needs of the students. All of the above can be among the reasons why the average GPA of the University has increased despite the less number of professors. Hence, the answer is (D).

8. (c) Explanation: The author can only be said to have contradicted himself. This is because he initially says that people with common cold need not consult a doctor. Later on, he goes on to explain why it might be important to consult a doctor as a common cold might lead to aggravated situations. Hence, the answer can only be (C).

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Indrasish Majumder
Indrasish Majumder
I am currently pursuing my B.A. in L.L.B. (Hons.) at National Law University, Odisha. I have a special interest in human rights, humanitarian law, public international law, and criminal law. Alongwith, I exhibit a keen interest in working for the underprivileged and have been involved in various volunteer and legal aid programs in college and outside. The Robin Hood Army, Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA) (a pan-India initiative by students from National Law Universities to help the underprivileged overcome their monetary constraints and pursue a legal education), Parichay (working in tribunals on behalf of the people left out from the final list of the National Register for Citizens in India), IAYP (International Award for Young People), Child Rights and You, and Help Age India, Teach for India to name a few. By nature, I am a bibliophile through and through.


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