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In quantitative aptitude for Bank PO test, one finds questions designed to assess a candidate’s numerical abilities. The quantitative aptitude questions for Bank PO exam can trouble many people especially those who have not studied mathematics after Class 10. However, it needs to be understood that the quantitative aptitude questions for Bank PO mostly comprise everyday mathematics, which everyone has done in school. There is no topic in this part, which belongs to a specialist’s domain. All it requires is methodical planning and careful execution to do well in quantitative aptitude for Bank PO exams.
Despite occasional variations, the quantitative aptitude questions for Bank PO tests are based on the following topics:
1. Number system: Integers, prime numbers, composite numbers, even numbers, odd numbers, divisibility, remainders etc.
2. Profit and Loss: Marks-ups, % age loss/ profits
3. Discounts: % age discounts, Successive discounts
4. Time and Work
5. Work and Wages
6. Ages and Calendars
7. Time, Speed and Distance
8. Simple Interest, Compound Interest
9. Basic Geometry – Mensuration, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Pentagon
10. Basic Algebra
11. Basic Set Theory
12. Basics of Permutations, Combinations and Probability
A good starting point to prepare for the quantitative aptitude for Bank exam would be the NCERT books on school mathematics (Class 6-10). Reviews your basic concepts using these books, apart from practicing with the questions given at the end of each chapter. You can do some preparatory work to improve your calculation speed for quantitative aptitude for Bank exam. This basic preparation includes learning tables (11-30), squares (11-32) and cubes (till 30). Try to recite them fast. Avoid using pen and paper as our mind thinks faster than we can write. Mental calculations can improve your speed to a significant extent. Try to work within the time limits given for a test so as to simulate exam-like conditions.
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