Quantitative Aptitude
Team Careers360, 17 Sep 2019

Quantitative Aptitude - One of the common sections in most competitive exams is quantitative aptitude. A subject that tests the numerical ability and problem-solving skills of the candidates, quantitative aptitude is scoring if one is sound in Maths. Quantitative aptitude in most competitive exams is based on class 10/ 12 Maths and can easily be learned and practices.
Since most questions asked are in the form of MCQs, the real test lies in the speed of solving the questions in addition to knowing the subject. Aspirants can check the general topics that are asked in the quantitative aptitude section of most exams on this page along with practice questions and solutions to the same.

How to prepare for quantitative aptitude?

  • First, you should brush up all the concepts and formulas related to each topic.

  • Then it's important you know how to use them to solve the quantitative aptitude questions.

  • Start practicing with sample papers and previous year papers.

  • Practising a lot of questions from diversified sources will help you to increase your speed.

  • For practice questions topic wise on quantitative aptitude, click on the links in the table below.

Important Topics in Quantitative Aptitude

Category

Topic

Number System

Classification

Divisibility Rules

Cyclicity

Factorials

Factorization

Factors

HCF and LCM

Remainders

Arithmetic

Percentages

Profit Loss Discount

Simple Interest

Compound Interest

Ratios & Proportions

Averages & Weighted Averages

Time, Speed & Distance

Problems on Trains

Time & Work

Partnership Aptitude Questions

Data Interpretation

Advanced Mathematics

Algebra

Trigonometry

Mensuration

Geometry

Coordinate geometry

Miscellaneous

Permutation & Combination

Probability

Set Theory

Functions

Logarithms

Sequence and Series

Quadratic Equations

Quantity Comparison


All candidates wishing to score well in quantitative aptitude must have tons of practice such that they understand how to solve the questions. One of the advantages of practicing is to learn how to solve quantitative aptitude questions faster.

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