How to Solve Data Interpretation Easly – Everything Explained

Dear Readers, The Preliminary phase of the IBPS PO/MT Exam 2016 started from yesterday. As you all are well aware, 2 sets of Data Interpretation questions were asked in each slot. Today we are going to provide you some information to help you all understand this topic better. Data Interpretation is a major part of Quantitative Aptitude section for any banking exam. Now, first and foremost, … Continue reading How to Solve Data Interpretation Easly – Everything Explained

Basics of Time and Work

Time and Work is one of the topics asked under the miscellaneous questions in the Quantitative Aptitude Section. It may also be combined with data sufficiency or wages based questions. We received many requests from our readers about tips to approach miscellaneous section of Quantitative Aptitude. So, today we are going to provide you with some study tips with examples that should help you understand one of the … Continue reading Basics of Time and Work

Basics Concept of Simplification

As we all know that simplification is most widely asked topic in almost every banking exam. So let us try to understand what is actually meant by word ‘Simplification’. Simplification means to find out a final answer for a complex calculation. Simplification questions are asked to check the ability of a student to deal with numbers which can be in one of the following two types. Sometimes, a … Continue reading Basics Concept of Simplification

Basic Concepts in Probability

A word which can also be used in the place of ‘Probability’ is ‘Chance’. We all are well aware of the word ‘chance’. We use it in our daily life. Whatever we do, whatever we observe, there is always a chance that this is going to happen or not. When we want to find out the value of this chance in a quantitative form, at … Continue reading Basic Concepts in Probability

How to Up your Quantitative Aptitude Score in IBPS Exams – Ultimate Strategy

Dear Readers, Quantitative Aptitude is a major and a highly scoring topic for the Banking exams. We have received a lot of requests from our readers about how to tackle the Quantitative Aptitude Section and preparation strategy for the same. To help you all with this, today we are going to provide some important tips regarding the approach you should follow during the exam and … Continue reading How to Up your Quantitative Aptitude Score in IBPS Exams – Ultimate Strategy

How to Solve Time & Distance Questions? Tips & Tricks

Dear Readers, We are providing you Important Short Tricks on Speed, Distance & Time which are usually asked in Bank Exams. Use these below given short cuts to solve questions within minimum time. These shortcuts will be very helpful for IBPS PO & other Banking Exam 2016. Important formulae and facts of Time and Distance Speed is a very basic concept in motion which is all about how fast or slow any … Continue reading How to Solve Time & Distance Questions? Tips & Tricks

12 Tips to Crack Quantitative Aptitude Section of IBPS-PO (Prelims) 2016

12 Tips to Crack Quantitative Aptitude Section of IBPS-PO (Prelims) 2016 Quantitative Aptitude is considered to be the arch nemesis of almost every Banking Aspirant (if it is not the case with you, believe us, we are so happy for you). Many aspirants have missed their dream banking job because they were; somehow, unable to clear sectional cut offs, primarily in the section we are … Continue reading 12 Tips to Crack Quantitative Aptitude Section of IBPS-PO (Prelims) 2016

Quants Shortcut tricks : Addition of Similar Digit Numbers

Dear All, We will discuss some basic ideas of Addition. On the basis of these ideas we will learn trick and tips of shortcut addition. If you think that how to solve addition equations using addition shortcut tricks, then further studies will help you to do so. What is Addition ? Addition is combination of two or more numbers to find the total or sum … Continue reading Quants Shortcut tricks : Addition of Similar Digit Numbers

How to Solve LCM & HCF ? – Tips & Short Tricks

An Introduction of HCF HCF stands for ‘Highest Common Factor’. To put simply, HCF of two (or more) numbers is the highest number that divides each of the numbers completely. For example in case of two numbers, 18 and 24, ‘6’ is their HCF. Why? Because no other number greater than ‘6’ divides 18 and 24 completely. There is a rule that ‘any number that … Continue reading How to Solve LCM & HCF ? – Tips & Short Tricks