Quantitative aptitude- Tips:
Quantitative aptitude is meant to check your calculation speed with accuracy. You need to be perfect with your basic concepts as well as learn up a few short tricks and apply them to a variety of questions.
Scoring topics in this section are:
- Data Interpretation
- Quadratic Equations
- Number series
- Data sufficiency
- Time & work
- Profit & Loss
- Permutations & Combination
the major part of this section. It contains up to 15 questions. So you should have good knowledge about Tabulation, Pie chart, Line chart, line graph, and Bar graph etc.
Books to refer: RS Agarwal for Basics, Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Verma (only level 1). Also, finish the NCERT math book. Also Arun Sharma for Quant up to level 2 you can finish. But focus more on the Level 1 questions.
Note: Do an online mock test for all above topics, so that it will help to solve questions in exam easily. For all mock test visit Governmentexams.co.in site
- Master Logical Reasoning
This section is the most crucial area of the paper. It is also a scoring subject in which you can easily score good marks to push your overall score too high. Most of the questions in this part are the comprehensive type. It can be made less time-consuming with more practice. The most important questions from this section are based on topics:
- Seating Arrangements
- Statement and Conclusions
- Blood Relations
For this section there can be no fixed formula or tricks, you just need to practice more and more. Arun Sharma for Logical reasoning is a good book you can buy.