17 August 2017
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How to master Quantitative Aptitude

Do Practice, In few days you will find it interesting and in 1 month you will Love it. To learn Quantitative Aptitude, you have to practise in a planned way. If you are not joining any coaching class then join any web platform, share and discuss your problems at these platforms. It will increase your knowledge, confidence and interest also. On these platforms, you can find many curious and ready to help people with excellent knowledge and experience. So make the best use of it.

(a) Buy some good books:

For Quantitative Aptitude-

M Tyra, Sarvesh Kumar, Arun Sharma. For Reasoning: RS Agarwal, Arun Sharma

(A) Take help of good websites and youtube channels

(B) Start your preparation with Reasoning:

Reasoning is very simple. There are no formulae in reasoning. Reasoning is Based on Reasons, Logics, Relationships, Observations. If you complete basics of reasoning first, Your Logical Power, Analytical Power, Observation Power will be improved that will help you to better understand Quantitative Aptitude.

(skip this part if Learning Reasoning is not your requirement)

(C) Do basics of Quantitative Aptitude:

1. Learn UNITARY METHOD very well. This is father of Most of the Short Tricks in ARITHMETIC.

2. Improve Calculations

 3. Learn Calculations Short Tricks

 4. Learn about Numbers and interesting relationships among different numbers 

5. Learn Percentage and its basics very well.

(D) Understand each concept thoroughly.

(E) Categories question into types for each chapter. And remember these types.

(F) Find the differences and relations among different questions and concepts.

(G) Try to solve one question with different ways.

(H) Note Down tricks you develop and also make a brief note for this so later you can understand why this work.

(I) Note down important concepts, important questions, and their solutions.

(J) Try to apply concepts on Real Life situation. When we apply our knowledge in real life situation, IT BECOMES LIVE. We start Feeling and Visualising concepts. That goes into our long-term memory(HDD) as well as our RAM

(K) Mark Questions/ Concepts in following way:

"X" Cross for very easy, it will be no requirement of revision.

"******" Star for important/ tough, it will require SCIENTIFIC REVISION

"S" If there is short Trick for this question

"O" If a question can be solved with the help of option.

"L" Later. If anything very tough and you are unable to crack right now. Mark to try it later.

With CUMULATIVE EFFECT and EFFICIENCY of knowledge and understanding, you will be able to solve or understand it later.

(L) Take Interest and Enjoy It, Love It, Celebrate if you are able to devise new short trick or able to understand an important and tough point. Make it Passion. Share and discuss on online platforms. Take Challenges to solve new and challenging questions. Start with explaining concepts and questions to your friends or siblings.

(M) Teach Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning:

This is VERY POWERFUL TECHNIQUE. Tried and Tested 100% works. While we teach somebody, we use our HIDDEN KNOWLEDGE, LOGICAL POWER, OBSERVATION POWER.

(use this when you are comfortable)

  • Krishna Rana

    Aptitude Expert, Life Coach, Motivator, Positive Thinker, Trainer, Mature Friend

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