This is a book on Quantitative Aptitude and will be used by candidates appearing for various competitive exams such as SNAP, MAT, CET, IRMA, ATMA, IBSAT, Bank PO, Campus Recruitment, PSU Competitive Exams, etc. More
I am a young author, 29 years, with a management degree from Indian Institute of Management Indore. As I have myself undergone the stage of various competitive exams and know the problems the candidates face, it is an attempt to make a compact study material covering maximum number of concepts expected from any candidate. The pedagogy of this book is kept in such a manner that students will not get bored solving the questions.
This book will be used by candidates of various competitive exams such as SNAP, MAT, CET, IRMA, ATMA, IBSAT, Bank PO, Campus Recruitment, PSU Competitive Exams, etc.
The topics covered in this book are as follows
• Number System • Simplification • Average • Ratio and Proportion • Percentage • Profit and Loss • Mixtures and Alligations • Simple and Compound Interest • Basic Geometrical Shapes • Time Speed and Distance • Time and Work • Permutations and Combinations • Probability
1. The first part of the book consists of all the above topics in the same order. The pedagogy used for every topic is a. Theory and formulae b. Solved Examples c. Questions for practice (Objective type questions – single answer) d. Answers e. Solutions of the ‘Questions for practice’
2. This part of the book contains 550 unsolved questions from all the topics covered in part one. This is added to provide more practice problems to the students.
3. The third part is called ‘NO Option’ tests. There are 16 such tests of 15-Qs each. These are time based and without options! The idea behind this is that every candidate can solve most of the questions but they can't beat the time. These tests will help them identify their speed of solving the questions.
4. The final part is the USP of the book. It has never been done before and a fresh learning experience will make it interesting for the candidates to not get bored after solving few questions. a. The Idea – This part has 7 blocks of questions from random topics. This is done because there is rarely any exam paper in which there are continuous questions from the same topic. Candidates must have the ability to switch their thinking process as soon as possible to keep up in the competition. b. Unique Concept – The 7 blocks discussed in previous point have 20-30 questions per block. Every block has a movie story which runs from beginning to end as it happened in the movie. This keeps the interest of the student who is solving the questions.
I hope you will find the concept interesting and will provide me an opportunity to discuss this in detail with your publication.