A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF REASONING ABILITY OF MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS

Dr. Shabnam Khan

Abstract


In the present study a comparative study of reasoning ability of male and female students has been made. Sample for the study consists of 200 students (100 male and 100 female ), studying in B.Com final year. Shailja Bhagwat Reasoning Ability Test (2010) was used to measure the reasoning ability of the sample. Results revealed that reasoning ability of the male students was higher than the reasoning ability of female students.

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Reasoning Ability

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