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QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

All topics of Quantitative Aptitude of Arithmatic and Advance Mathematics for competitive examination

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Arithmetic: Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Average, Problems on Age, Time Speed and Distance, Boat and Streams, Time and Work, Pipe and Cistern, Partnership, Mixture and Alligation, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Inequality, Permutation and Combination, Probability.

Advance Maths: Number System, Power Surds and Indices, Geometry, Trigonometry, Height and Distances, Algebra, 2D mensuration, 3D mensuration, Coordinate Geometry

 

What will you learn?
  • This course will form a strong base for every topic.
  • All previous year competitive problems are covered.
  • This course will enable students to crack every problem from basic to advance in the examination.
What knowledge and tools are required?
  • Basic knowledge of 10th standard mathematics
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Who should take this course?
  • It will help the students who are aspiring for CAT, BANKING EXAMINATIONS, SSC - CGL/CPO/CHSL/MTS.
  • This course is for all students who are preparing for competitive examinations.
  • Students who are preparing for Railway and state exams then this course will help them a lot to score well in the Quant section.
Lecture 1 :- Introduction

Basic conversion of Percantage to fraction and fraction to percentage.Problems based on it.

  • Topics

  1. 1. Introduction of percentage
  2. 2. Problems on percentage
  3. 3. Application of percentage in advance problems
  4. 4. Previous year problems
Lecture 2 :- Number System - Introduction

Basic knowledge of Numbers, Integers, Real numbers, Imaginary numbers, Rational and Irrational numbers and problems based on them

  • Topics

  1. 1. Problems on basic Number System
  2. 2. Remainder Theorem
  3. 3. Divisibility Rule
  4. 4. Classification of Number System
  5. 5. Unit Digit
  6. 6. Factors and Number of Factors
  7. 7. Arithmatic Progression
  8. 8. LCM and HCF -1
  9. 9. LCM and HCF - 2
  10. 10. Previous Year Questions
Lecture 3 :- Ratio and Proportion

learn to take ratio and how to use ratio method as it is the most efficient trick to solve other topics questions

  • Topics

  1. 1. Introduction of Ratio
  2. 2. Basic Problems on Ratio
  3. 3. Advance Problems on Ratio
  4. 4. Basic Knowledge of Proportion
Lecture 4 :- Geometry

Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Circle and problems asked on them

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basics of Geometry
  2. 2. Triangles
  3. 3. Quadrilaterals
  4. 4. Polygons
  5. 5. Circle
  6. 6. Miscellaneous ( Covering Mensuration )
Lecture 5 :- Profit and Loss

learn to find profit and loss percentage , discount , cost price and selling price using the ration method

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basics of Profit and loss
  2. 2. Advance problems on profit and loss
  3. 3. Previously asked questions
  4. 4. Discount
Lecture 6 :- Simple Interest and Compound Interest

We will learn to tackle different problems varying from from basic to high level

  • Topics

  1. 1. Simple Interest
  2. 2. Problems on Simple Interest
  3. 3. Miscellaneous Problems
  4. 4. Compound Interest
  5. 5. Compound Interest problems
  6. 6. Problems on difference of CI and SI
  7. 7. Miscellaneous Problems on SI and CI
Lecture 7 :- Average

learn to find average

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basics Concepts of average
  2. 2. Problems on Average
  3. 3. Problems on Age
Lecture 8 :- Mixture and Alligation

derivation of mixture alligation concept from average as it is nothing more than the extension of average chapter , problems on it , application of mixture alligation in different topic

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basic concepts of mixture alligation
  2. 2. Application of mixture alligation
  3. 3. Previous year problems
Lecture 9 :- Time and Work

basic concepts like per day approach, LCM method , percentage , and problems on them

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basic concepts
  2. 2. Problems on time and work
  3. 3. Work equivalence and problems on daily wages
  4. 4. Pipe and Cistern
  5. 5. Miscellaneous (time and work, pipe and cistern)
Lecture 10 :- Time, Speed and Distance

Basic concepts like distance constant, time constant,problems on time speed and distance, trains, boat and streams, and previously asked questions

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basic concept of distance constant
  2. 2. Time Constant concept
  3. 3. Miscellaneous problems of time speed and distance
  4. 4. Problems on train
  5. 5. Boat and Streams
Lecture 11 :- Permuation and Combination

  • Topics

  1. 1. Permuation
  2. 2. Combination
Lecture 12 :- Probability

  • Topics

  1. 1. Concept of Probability
  2. 2. Problems
Lecture 13 :- Trigonometry

Basic concepts and problems on them

  • Topics

  1. 1. Degree and Radian Measures and Complementary Angles
  2. 2. Trigonometric ratios and Identites
  3. 3. Formula based trigonometry
  4. 4. Maxima and Minima
  5. 5. Miscellaneous problems of Trigonometry
  6. 6. Height and Distance
Lecture 14 :- Algebra

  • Topics

  1. 1. Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds
  2. 2. Problems on concepts
  3. 3. Graphs of Linear Equations
  4. 4. Miscellaneous
Lecture 15 :- Data Interpretation

  • Topics

  1. 1. Frequency Polygon
  2. 2. Histogram
  3. 3. Pie-Chart
  4. 4. Bar Diagram
  5. 5. Problems on Caselet DI
Lecture 16 :- Mensuration

  • Topics

  1. 1. Two-dimensional (2D) Mensuration
  2. 2. Three-dimensional (3D) Mensuration
Lecture 17 :- Square roots

  • Topics

  1. 1. Square roots and cube roots
Lecture 18 :- Simplification

  • Topics

  1. 1. Percentage based and fraction based
Lecture 19 :- Quadratic Equations

  • Topics

  1. 1. Previous Year Problems
Lecture 20 :- Number Series

  • Topics

  1. 1. Patterns and problems
  2. 2. Previous Year Questions
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Ashish Singh

Quantitative Aptitude Faculty

Skills: Teaching Quant effective with my own conceptsAdaptabilityTechnologyPatiencePassionSelf-ImprovementOrganization

I completed my graduation from Mechanical Engineering and switched my career to teaching. I have been teaching Quantitative Aptitude since 2015. Through the years, I produced many rankers and worked as a Quantitative Aptitude faculty for institutes like TIME, Mahendra's Education, and Pvt. Ltd. Laxminagar Delhi, presently teaching at Career Power Mukherjeenagar Delhi.


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