Quantitative Aptitude

is an easy subject when you learn it with your sharp mind and use your soft skill. Quantitative aptitude means test of your aptitude or skill. Presently in all competitive exams, quantitative aptitude is being asked. Quantitative aptitude is a scoring subject. You must not fear that mathematics asked in the examination are very tough, in fact, it is very easy to solve within a minute provided you practice accordingly.

 This time we are providing many short tricks to solve questions in a short duration of time. For banking examination, students need speedy calculation and perfect command on simplification, quadratic equations, and data interpretation. Also, students need to learn arithmetic’s problems and practice. If a student wants to crack the competition within 4 months for this he must practice daily minimum 50 questions of math.

In this time IBPS conducted in two-phase examinations pre and mains. The marks of pre are only qualifying in nature. The merit of students counted only mains examination.  

Banking examination quantitative aptitude syllabus: The name of topics which are asked in all banking examinations – Simplification, Approximate Simplification, Quadratic equitation, Number system, HCF and LCM, (Ratio, Proportion and Partnership), Average, Problem on age,       Percentage, Profit and loss, Simple interest, Compound interest, Allegation and mixture, Time and Work, Pipe and cistern, Time, Speed and Distance, Problem on train, Problem on boat and stream, Mensuration, Permutation and Combination, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, Probability, Mathematical Series, Mathematical Puzzle.