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Most Important Quantitative Aptitude Questions for Government Exams
Dear Aspirant
Quantitative Aptitude questions are typically the most feared section of any banking/recruitment examination. As per recent banking exams analysis, quant section is becoming tougher to solve and is the reason for many candidates not being able to clear sectional cutoffs. It takes much time to solve, plus it has the lowest accuracy percentage among all the sections asked. Many candidates complain about failing to clear Quant’s sectional cutoff by 12 marks in exam, although they cleared overall cutoffs. There can be numerous reasons for this:
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 Its all about numbers and data crunching. One step goes wrong and you get an incorrect answer.
 Questions which ideally take 2 minutes, end up taking more than 5 minutes, messing up entire time tables.
 Confusion in final solutions
 Majority of candidates keep quant section for last, and then get nervous because crunching numbers take time and then end up solving only 23 question in 10 minutes.
To help you do the best preparation. And to check in your present level in the final days, we have come up with a series of Quizzes containing quantitative aptitude questions. These will surely help you ace the final exam.
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And not only that, there is a high probability that the same questions may be asked in the upcoming Exams. So buckle up, get your thinking hat on and Go for it. All the best.
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Preparation for Quantitative Aptitude Section:
 Quantitative Aptitude Questions asked in Exams will check your numerical ability.
 So start from basics and build your concepts slowly and gradually.
 Memorise all the aptitude shortcut techniques.
 Here , Th Preparation strategy is to attempt easier questions first.
Friends, this is it for the Most Important Questions for Quants. Please share your scores in the comments section below, along with any suggestions you have.
Sum of money is invested in Scheme A, 15% per annum, After 2 years amount is received, that amount invested in scheme B at 20% per annum for compound interest. If the interest received at the end of 2 years is 1430. Find the sum. how to Solve
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Pls Explain Any One..I’m Not Understand…Pls
Excluding stoppages, the speed of a bus is 54 kmph and including stoppages, it is 45 kmph. For how many minutes does the bus stop per hour?
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Due to stoppages, it covers (54 – 45) =9 km less.
Time taken to cover 9 km = (9/54) x 60 = 10 min.
kowsalya
As per the question, if the bus did not stop then it covers 54 km in an hour.
But if it stops in between, then it covers 45 km in an hour.
Let us say that if it had not stopped, then it would have covered 54 km (which means it stopped for a duration in which if it had not stopped, it would have covered 9 km more)
Time for which it stopped = Dist/ Speed = 9/54 = 1/6 hour = 10 minutes
hope it is clear now
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