How To Prepare For Quantitative Aptitude For SBI PO In 3 Months?

Are you a bank exam aspirant? How well have you prepared for your exams? If you are preparing yourself for the exams, then you might consider preparing for the Quantitative aptitude first. As all of the competitive exam aspirants know that Data Interpretation and Quantitative Aptitude are the two important sections of Preliminary exam of SBI PO.

How To Prepare For Quantitative Aptitude For SBI PO In 3 Months

You might also get trained from one of the top bank coaching center in Chennai, or Bangalore, but however, you should consider preparing for your Quantitative Aptitude Section in the priority.

But these two sections will be neglected by almost many of the students since it involves lots of calculations and because of which it becomes very time-consuming. But, to reality, this is one of the section with which you can score the maximum mark if you act accordingly. Hence, try to focus on the Quantitative section first. In this post, I am going to give you some shortcuts and strategies to prepare for the Quantitative Aptitude for the SBI PO preliminary exams.

Try to maintain a perfect study plan to cover the entire Quant’s syllabus. Don’t just start to prepare randomly on a topic since it won’t works. The particular study program given below will help you to cover all of the Quantitative Aptitude section in just three months of period.

Main Chapters To Prepare Quantitative Aptitude For SBI PO 2017

Here is the list of main chapters that you should focus first. These chapters will consume less time to solve the problems, and this will surely appear in exams.

  • Simplification (5 questions)
  • Number Series (5 questions)
  • Quadratic Equation (0-5 questions)
  • Data Interpretation (5-10 questions)



The Quantitative section is made of about 20% of this chapter, and you need to practice as much as you can. The best strategy is to approach this part as early as possible. Since these are based on simplifications, the concepts will be very easy to understand, and it can be solved easily in a lesser time.

While preparing to solve these type of questions, be sure to practice fast and quick mental calculations to save your time and try to use the shortcuts to do the calculations faster.

You must practice a mix of problems on Approximations, BODMAS Rule, Indices and Surds, Cubes and Square, Percentages and Decimals.

Number Series:

These type of questions are one of the quick solve and easy questions if you know the secrets of solving them. But you need to practice a lot to learn different approaches to resolving the problem. You at least need to practice 300 questions on each of the number series patterns.

With regular practice, you will gain some confidence in identifying the pattern. But in case if you are unable to find the pattern within 30 sec during the exams, then just pass on to the next topic, don’t waste your time in the search for the pattern.

Quadratic Equations:

This is one of the easiest section in Quantitative when compared to all the other three sections mentioned in this post. The thing is, you just need to know the concepts to quickly solve the questions in a lesser time with ultimate accuracy. I advise you to practice at least 150 questions in this section and don’t leave this section during exams since it will boost your score.

This study strategy is formed by one of the best bank exams and TNPSC coaching centre in Chennai which will also work for all the other competitive exam aspirants like the TNPSC exams.

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