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Quantitative Tips & Tricks for BANK, SSC, UPSC & MBA Exams

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Course type: Online Instructor led Course

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Course ID: 25839

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Ashish Khairkar

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About Ashish Khairkar

2 years of experience in the field of mentoring aptitude sessions and enhancing the skills of the students through my workshops and ebooks which is being sold over the internet.
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About the Course

Amazing shortcuts and handy tricks to crack questions quickly

Build conceptual understanding, as well as ‘speed’ by using the tips

Comprehensive coverage of quantitative concepts in the form of an e-book

Recommended to the aspirants of various competitive exams

Topics Covered

Number System

Interesting Facts
Properties of Prime Number
Squaring Techniques
Cubing Techniques
Finding Square Root & Cube Root of Number
Divisibility Rules
Factors / Divisors of Given Composite Number
HCF / LCM of Numbers
Applications of HCF / LCM of Numbers
Digital Sum of a Number
Concept of Cyclicity / Power Cycle
Remainder Theorem
Finding the Last / Unit Digit
Finding the Last Two Digits of a Number
Number of Exponents / Highest Power / Number of Zeroes

Percentages & Its Application

Quick Calculation of Percentages
Successive Percentage
Percentage Apti-Tips
Profit – Loss Concepts
Various Problem Types on Profit – Loss Concepts
Commercial Mathematics – I- Simple Interest (S.I)- Compound Interest (C.I)- Difference Between Simple & Compound Interest- Application of Digital Sum in S.I & C.I- Application of Successive Percentage in S.I & C.I- Population Formula- Growth Rates
Commercial Mathematics-II- Stocks & Share

Progressions & Series

Different Types of Sequences
Arithmetic Progressions
Geometric Progressions
Harmonic Progressions
Series of Natural Numbers

Ratio & Proportions

Type of Proportions
Compounded Ratio
Rule of Three
Double Rule of Three
Ratio in Investment/Partnerships

Time, Speed & Distance

Basic Relationships
Concept of Average Speed
Various Problem Types on TSD Concepts
Concept of Relative Speed
Boats and Streams Problems
Application of Relative Speed in Train Problems
The Escalator Problems
Circular Motion
Concept of Races

Time & Work

Universal Rules (Rule 1 – Rule 8)
Pipes & Cisterns
Examples & Problem Types

Permutations & Combinations (P & C)

Fundamental Principle of Counting
Introduction to Permutations & Combinations
Different Corollaries of Permutations
Circular Permutations
Different Corollaries of Combinations
Selection out of Identical / Non-Identical things
Distribution of Things
Groupings & Dividing of Things
Derangement Principle
Geometrical Applications of P & C
Use of P & C in Solution of Equations
Trick for Finding the Rank of a Given Word


Introduction to Probability
Occurrence of Events
Addition Theorem of Probability
Conditional Probability
Baye’s Theorem of Probability
Trick for Solving 2-Dice Problems
Trick for Solving 3-Dice Problems
Pascal’s Triangle, Coin Toss & Genetic Probabilities
The Birthday & Telegram Problems
Miscellaneous Problem Types


Properties of Lines & Angles
Properties of Triangles
Properties of Circles

Geometrical Mensuration

Basic Geometrical Mensuration
Facts About Quadrilaterals
Properties of Polygons
Areas of Miscellaneous Figures

Quadratic Equations

Roots of Quadratic Equation
Nature of Roots
To find Equation with given roots
Graphical Representation of Quadratic Equations
Higher Order Equations
Relation between Roots & Coefficients
Descarte’s Rule of Signs
Finding the Common Root

Sets, Venn Diagram & Averages

Properties of Sets
Properties of Venn Diagrams
De-Morgan’s Laws
Problems Based on Venn-Diagrams
Problems Based on Averages

Clocks & Calendars

Properties of Clocks
Doomsday Algorithm for Calendar Problems

Mixtures & Alligations

Rule of Weighted Averages
Rule of Alligation
Alligation Cross
Alligation Line
Successive Replacement

Who should attend

Preparing for various competitive exams like CAT/MAT, BANK PO, SSC, RRB, UPSC, IAS, SNAP, XAT, IIFT, NMAT, etc.

An aspirant of GRE, GMAT, SAT etc.

Going to appear for Board exams- Classes- X & XII

Preparing for scholarship exams, NTSE competitions, or Subject-specific exams, where Quantitative Aptitude is tested.


**Cracking any competition requires-Knowledge, Accuracy & Speed.
When you enroll for this course, you get valuable tips to enhance all three!**

What you need to bring

Nothing except a fresh mind which is eager to learn new concepts.

Key Takeaways

Gain sky-high confidence with amazing shortcuts, all in one-place for easy accessibility

78 pages that would teach you all the tricks required to crack any Quant problem

Build a solid base of concepts that are tested in the competitive examination

A Complete Value-for-Money Deal! Wonderful learning tool at a very nominal cost


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