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Konfidence Walk offers 360 minutes of multimedia narrations on 18 basic topics from three areas viz., Logical Ability, Quantitative Ability and Verbal Ability. The multimedia content is packaged in the CD given along with the book.

The book contains explanations, examples and illustrations supporting the narrative sessions. Each of the 18 topics has a set of practice questions that will help you apply your learning.  The product offers a minimum 30 hours of practice possibilities.

A Windows based computer or laptop with a CD drive is required to use the product.

The topics discussed in Walk are

  • Adjectives 
  • Age Related Problems
  • Analogies
  • Articles
  • Averages
  • Coding Decoding
  • Direction Sense
  • Fractions
  • Mathematical Operations
    
  • Percentages
  • Prepositions
  • Profit and Loss Basics
  • Ratios & Proportions
  • Subject Verb Agreement
  • Tenses
  • Time and Distance Basics
  • Time and Work Part 1
  • Time and Work Part 2


This product contains topics that are very basic in nature. The lack of these basics will hinder the application thought processes. This is an ideal product for anybody who wants to refresh their basics regardless of age. Konfidence Walk is envisaged as a foundation for one to graduate into more complex thought processes.

There are chances that you had studied the topics discussed in Walk, but the question is whether you have learned them or not. Learning means understanding something in such a way that you can explain it to somebody who does not know anything about that topic. Learning means understanding something in such a way that it can be applied in real life. Here we have tried to focus on learning. As you learn more and more, your logic development will happen unknowingly. All the topics discussed and presented here are of unquestioned importance as far as logical, quantitative and verbal skill development is concerned.

Sequels to this product - Konfidence Cruise and Konfidence Fly deal in more complex logic development and thought processes.