 2020 2021 Student Forum Short cut tricks for solving Quantitative and Reasoning questions

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Will you please share with me the some of the best short cut tricks for solving Quantitative and Reasoning questions?
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 Super Moderator Join Date: Apr 2013 Re: Short cut tricks for solving Quantitative and Reasoning questions

As you want to get the list of some of the best short cut tricks for solving Quantitative and Reasoning questions so here it is for you;

Here I am giving some Tips to prepare for reasoning Section:

- Remove the fear within you
-Do not Mug Over
-Time Management
-Get the right study material
-Do not Hope Lose
-Spend Some Quality Hours Everyday

Reasoning Ability Topic-Wise
Blood relations
Syllologism
Coded inequality
Data sufficiency
Number, ranking and time sequence
Puzzle test
Direction test
Coding decoding
Types alphabet series completion
Albhabets series
Classification
Different types completing the analogy pair
Analogy - reasoning ability material
Analogy reasoning ability topic-wise material

Tips for mathematics section:
Revise the basics of mathematics
Know well about the types of questions that are covered under this heading
Preparation with good books and papers
Consult with senior students & teachers
Practice hard
Try to solve problems with accuracy

Reference Books:

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 Unregistered Guest Re: Short cut tricks for solving Quantitative and Reasoning questions

I want to crack Quantitative aptitude and Reasoning questions of bank exam . Will you please provide the Short cut tricks to crack the exam ?
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 Super Moderator Join Date: Apr 2013 Re: Short cut tricks for solving Quantitative and Reasoning questions

Quantitative Ability paper of Bank exam consists of questions based on following topics .

• Number Systems
• Time and Distance
• Time and work
• Trigonometry
• Geometry
• roots
• lcm and hcf
• surds and indices
• Discount
• relationship between Numbers
• Fundamental Arithmetical Operations.
• Percentage
• Use of Table and Graphs
• charts
• Computation of Whole Numbers
• Decimals and Fractions
• Ratio and Proportion
• Allegation and Mixture
• Average, Interest
• Profit and Loss

Reasoning Syllabus

Verbal
Number Series
Number Ranking
Arithmetical Reasoning
Problem on Age Calculation
Blood Relations
Analogy
Alphabet Series
Test of Direction Sense
Coding-Decoding
Decision Making etc.

Non-Verbal
Paper folding/paper cutting
Mirror Images
Embedded Figures
Non Verbal Series
Formation of figure
Classification
Cubes and Dice
Grouping Identical Figures

Reasoning Shortcuts for Round table questions

Quantitative Aptitude Math Shortcut Tricks for Ration and Proportion

What is Proportion?
The idea of proportions is that two ratio are equal.
If a : b = c : d, we write a : b : : c : d,
Ex. 3 / 15 = 1 / 5
a and d called extremes, where as b and c called mean terms.

Proportion of quantities
the four quantities a, b, c, d said proportion then we can express it
a : b = c : d
Then a : b : : c : d <–> ( a x d ) = ( b x c )
product of means = product of extremes.

If there is given three quantities like a, b, c of same kind then then we can say it proportion of continued.
a : b = b : c the middle number b is called mean proportion. a and c are called extreme numbers.
So, b2 = ac. ( middle number )2 = ( First number x Last number ). Quick Reply

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