Welcome to my course on Quantitative Aptitude – From Scratch to Advanced. This course will be ideal for those who are preparing for

1. Placement Tests

2. Recruitment Board Exams

3. MBA/MCA Entrance Examinations

4. Entrance Examinations for higher studies

and so on.

This course adapts an easy teaching methodology in which the concepts, formulae, hints will be discussed first and rely on the understanding of those concepts to solve the problems of easy, medium and hard difficulty levels. This course includes the major topics of Quantitative Aptitude such as:

1.Time and Work

2.Pipes and Cisterns

3.Time and Distance

4.Problems on Trains

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5. Boats and Streams

6.Percentages

7.Theory of Sets

8.Profit and Loss

9.Alligation and Mixture

10.Permutations and Combinations

Under each module, we will be solving 8-20 problems to understand and gain confidence on that particular concept. Everything is taught from scratch and so it is more suitable for beginners. Some difficult problems have also been solved so that it suits intermediaries and experts as well.

Quantitative aptitude is an inseparable and an integral part of aptitude exams in India. It tests the quantitative skills along with logical and analytical skills. One can test their own number of handling techniques and problem-solving skills by solving these questions

What are you waiting for? See you there in my course! Pen and Paper on! Please note down everything.

### Introduction

Introduction to the course!

### Time and Work

Time and Work – Types of Questions

Concepts of Time and Work

Problem 1 – One day work

Problem 2 – Man, Father, Son’s Work.mp4

Problem 3 – Work of three persons

Problem 4 – Efficiency based Time

Problem 5 – Efficiency based time

Problem 6 – A Person is Leaving

Shortcut to solve Leaving Based Problems

Problem 7 – Wages Based

Problem 8 – Based on Allocating Wages

Problems 9,10 – Hour Based Working

### Pipes and Cisterns

Concepts of Pipes and Cisterns

Problem 1 – Filling the tank (Direct)

Problems 2,3 – Pipes A,B

Problems on Efficiency Based Pipes

Problem 7 – Based on Leaving Equation

Problem 8 – A very straight forward approach

Last Problem – One pipe is turned off and signing off

### Time and Distance

Concepts and Formulae of Time and Distance

Problems 1,2 – Basics of Speed

Problem 3 – Based on Perimeter

Problem 4 – Ratio of Speeds

Problem 5 – Cyclist and Jogger

Problem 6 – Non Uniform Speed

Problem 7 – Based on Average Speed

Problem – Stopping of a bus, shortcut to solve

Problem – Based on difference in time

### Problems on Trains

Ten important points to remember in Problems on Trains

Problems 1,2,3 – Formulae based approach

Problem 4 – A train crossing both a pole and the platform

Problems 5,6 – Based on relative speeds

Problem 7 – Two trains in parallel

Problem 8 – Two trains in opposite direction

Problem 9 – A train overtakes two persons

Problem 10 – Two trains starting from different stations

Problem 11 – A scenario based problem

### Boats and Streams

Concepts of Boats and Streams

Problems 1,2,3 – Different unknowns

Problem 4,5 – Contextual based

Problem 6 – Based on rate

Problem 7 – Downstream based

Problem 8 – Efficiency Based

### Percentages, Theory of Sets

The complete concept of Percentages

Problem 1 – What percent of x is y

Problem 2 – x is what percent of y

Problem 3 – x percent of y

Problem 4 – What percent of a day is x hours

Problem 5 – What percent of x percent is y percent

Problem 6,7,8 – Based on the data given

Problem 10 – Medium level problem on what percent of x is y

Problem – A Theorem that is derived

Basic concepts on Theory of sets

Problem – Based on Set Theory

Problem – Applying De Morgan’s Theorems

### Profit and Loss

The Concepts of Profit and Loss

Problems 1,2,3 – Real life problems

Problem 4 – Selling Price

Problem 5 – Finding out cost price

Problem 6 – Profit percent based on ratio

Problem – A businessman’s problem

Problem – Marked Price, Original List Price

### Alligation and Mixture

The Concepts of Mixture and Alligation

Problems 1,2,3 – Applying the rule of alligation

Problems 4,5 – Based on Milk and Water

Problems 6,7,8 – Different problems

### Permutations and Combinations

Differences, Explanation of Factorial, Permutations and Combinations

Basic Examples on Permutations and Combinations and their properties

Arrangement of letters – An Introduction

Problems 1,2,3,4,5 – How many ways can the word be arranged

Problem 6 – Odd, Even Position Based

Problem 7 – Committee Based

Problem 8 – Forming a group

Problem 9 – Based on Committee

Problem 10 – Numbers and Digits