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**tips and tricks****answers**for How do I best in quantitative aptitude for bank exam? that we would suggest to solve as many**mock papers**you can. During this, try to figure out a strategy that works best for you. These exams are all about increasing your**speed and accuracy**. we hope this article helps! You know that**current affairs**and GK with static General Knowledge is most important but these subject is based on static rule based pattern and you crack easy manner with some routine practice.#### How do I best in quantitative aptitude for bank exam?

**Quantitative aptitude for bank exam : Tips 1**

**1.**Buy previous years chapter-wise papers by Kiran publication

**2.**Buy model test papers book

**3.**Buy RS Agarwal or M Tayra or any study material for basic preparations

**4.**Practice for fast calculation squares cubes percentages

5a.

**First go through basics of Quantitative Aptitude****5b.**Then move to previous year questions of that chapter

**6.**Mark important questions, tough questions, tricky questions. Try to understand concepts, tricks, steps, logics of these questions and revise at least 2-3 times

**7.**After completing these do revisions and model test papers.

Thoroughly analyse question you do wrong or couldn't solve or take too much time.

**Quantitative aptitude for bank exam : Tips 2**

Most of the questions asked in sbi are from data interpretation !

But in IBPS out of 40 half of them will be from data interpretation and other half are pure quant !

**1.**You will get 2 to 3 questions from numbers, hcf l cm and number system which are very easy to solve with basic knowledge.

**2.**Few other questions from profit and loss , simple interest compound interest. Even these questions can be comfortably done through basics and little bit of practice

**3.**Few other questions from percentage alligators and mixtures . You need to solve these questions and know the different type of questions asked

**4.**Tough questions will be coming from probability permutations and combinations which may take more time when compared with other questions. So its upto you if you want to practice hard or just know the basics perfectly and try to solve them directly in the exam.

**5.**All other from data interpretation and all it needs is huge practice and be quick in calculations. Learn first 25 number tables and square roots and cube roots. Practice as much as you can so that you can increase your calculation speed. Speed matters the most in the exam.

So all the questions can be solved using basic knowledge and knowing the kind of questions which were being asked. So after knowing the basics get subscribed to any test series such as Mahendra . And solve as many mock papers papers as you can. All the best

**Quantitative aptitude for bank exam : Tips 3**

Try 'ShortCuts In Mathematics' by Akhilesh Khare . This is the most uptodate book of Math shortcuts for competitive exams; A must for all fresh graduates just entering the world of competitive exams. (Quantitative Aptitude / Numerical Ability Section). It includes a calendar as well ; much faster than your mobile . It is written in story form.

It tells a story , Motivates for success and teaches shortcuts in an interesting way .

It is a story of a Mathematics professor whose wife doesn't like Mathematics. His daughter doesn't want to be a professor. His friend's daughter like Mathematics and wants success in competitive exams. The Mathematics is the common topic of discussion among them. Professor tells many interesting shortcuts for super fast calculation. The interesting conversation among these people is presented in the book in story form. It is a complete infotainment family package in Mathematics.

**Quantitative aptitude for bank exam : Tips 4**

Basic numeracy, Numerical Aptitude and Data Interpretation by

**Nishit K. Sinha**(Pearson Publications).
A very well illustrated book.. with theory in short.. tricks.. formulaes.. solved questions.. followed by a stack of exercise (30 to 50 questions in two levels).

Which will help you cover and practise all types of questions in short time.

#### How to Score High Marks in Quantitative Aptitude Section of Bank exams?

Quantitative aptitude is one of the toughest part of bank po, ibps or any other govt exam. Although most of the candidates afraid from quantitative section but it is the most scoring subject. Normally there are 50 questions in quantitative section, out of 50, 20 are easy. In most of the exams cutoff hovers around 23-24. So let's discuss some basic maths tricks to get high scores in quantitative section.

**Before go to Exam**

**1. Learn tables, squares and cubes with more practice**

Learn tables up to 35 thoroughly. Similarly squares up to 50 (Squaring Technique)and cubes up to 20. It really makes calculations easy and increase your question solving ability. Most of the candidates fails due to lack of time and major part of their time is wasted on calculations in quantitative and reasoning section.

**2. Learn some basics shortcuts**

There are too many short-term tricks to solve quantitative problems. For every chapter let it time distance, number system, profit and loss or equation, there are shortcuts available. You can download some shortcut notes. I found a nice book

**Quicker Maths**, this book has hundreds of short tricks, every institute make**notes**from this**book**. Refer to my earlier post to find this book online.**STUDY NOTES**FOR IBPS, BANKS EXAMS AND GOVT JOB EXAMS

**3. Refer to some comprehensive books and short study notes**

Many students try to score well just by solving some question from

**magazines**and**workbooks**. Although these methods are**good**to**increase**your**scores**after you learn all the basics. But to learn basics you need to refer some good books. Read my earlier post to learn more about beat books for bank exams preparations.
BEST BOOKS FOR BANK EXAMS AND OTHER GOVT JOBS EXAMS

**4. Practice, solve and practice**

The more questions you solve, higher your accuracy will be. Try to solve more questions of each chapter. Solve question of every type whichever you face.

**In the examination hall**

**1.**Skip questions

Out of 50 questions you need to score 20+ . There are 5-6 questions of high difficulty level, it's better to skip them then wasting time on them. Finding and skipping long and difficult is a skill, you need to master this. Even in 4-5 questions set of quantitative or receiving asking section, if you are not able to understand the question or clueless about how to solve it, skip it or you will end having very low attempt.

**2.**Play with options

**7-8 questions in an exam can be solved just by eliminating the options. Take an example,**

**A man bought 18 oranges for 100 rupees and sold 12 oranges for 100 rupees. Calculated profit percentage.**

a) 33.333%

b) 50%

c) 66.666%

d) Can't be determined

It can be easily seen that man saved 50% of what he sold. He saved 6 oranges while he sold 12 oranges. Clearly answer is 50%

3. Estimation

Try to estimate answer. You can 't solve 200 and more questions in 2 hours. This trick can be used in profit and loss, time distance, data interpretation and many more chapters.

4. Take 100 as base

Many questions can be solved just by taking 100 as base. Take an example

What is the

**percentage**profit in selling an article in**discount of 20%**which was earlier sold for 40% profit ?
a) 20%

b) 14%

c) 28%

d) 12%

**Solution :**Lets take Rs.100 as cost of article. Man was selling the article for Rs140 ( 100 cost + 40 profit ) , now he is selling at a discount of 20% , now 140*20/100 = 28. New selling price = 140-28 = 112

**Answer**is D

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