Tips To Solve Important Maths Questions of SBI PO Exam

The Quantitative Aptitude section forms an important part of the SBI PO exam pattern. Read this article to learn a few quick tips to solve important Maths Questions under the Quantitative section of the SBI PO exam.

Every candidate who appears the SBI PO exam knows the importance of Quantitative Aptitude section and the weightage it carries as per the SBI PO syllabus.

Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO Exam

The Quantitative Aptitude section primarily consists of 35-50 questions respectively in SBI PO Prelims & Mains examination.

For the banking sector, it is important that the syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO exam must be such that every candidate acquires the knowledge of all the important topics. As the SBI PO exam is around the corner, we decided to post an article on how to help the candidates in focusing on the important topics of Quantitative Aptitude section, as this section can make a big difference in their final score.

To know more about the SBI PO Mains Syllabus, click at the linked article.

This article is framed by keeping in mind the latest SBI PO exam pattern and after analysing the previous year papers, we discovered the most common and important topics of the Quant section. This post will have questions related to these topics and presented at your disposal. Further, we have covered the important topics followed by the examples which are mentioned as below:

Data Interpretation

The candidate analyzes and determines the information of the given problems.

Example:

Find the required information from the Pie chart below and answer the following questions.

SBI PO Syllabus - Data Interpretation Pie Chart

If the population of A is 64000, you are required to find out the population of D’s BPL when D’s poverty scale is 48% of its total population?

A. 30900

B. 31000

C. 32000

D. 32750

E. 30720

Answer- E

Know more about the SBI PO Prelims Syllabus, click at the linked article.

Number Series

Elementary based problems which can be solved by applying a simple logic on it.

Example:

(262144)1.6 × (16384)1.2 ÷ (1024)0.8 = 4?

A. 18.4

B. 18.8

C. 18.9

D. 18.7

E. 18.5

Answer- B

  • Time & Work

Again an elementary stage problem in which work and effort of individuals are calculated in accordance to the problem.

Example:

Bobby was completing a workpiece in 6 days. Carrie requires 8 days to finish the same workpiece, whereas Dave can do it in 10 days. All three of them started working on the same workpiece, but due to some reason, Dave left work after working for 2 days with Bobby and Carrie. You are required to find the approximate overall time taken to complete this workpiece.

A. 8 days

B. 9 days

C. 7 days

D. 6 days

E. 10 days

Answer- E

To explore more about the SBI Syllabus, click at the linked article.

  • Time & Distance

It can be one of the most time-consuming questions in the competitive exams, as it requires many calculations.

Example:

The area of a square field is 28,968 sq.m. How long will a lady travelling at a speed of 4.3 kmph, take to cross the field diagonally?

A. 3 Minutes

B. 4 minutes

C. 2 minutes and 46 seconds

D. 3 minutes and 36 seconds

Answer- D

Apart from these, there are a few more important topics of Quantitative or Maths section for SBI PO Syllabus 2019 which includes questions from both SBI PO Prelims & Mains Syllabus:

  • Profit and Loss
  • Interest
  • Percentage and average
  • Ratios and Proportion
  • Probability

As mentioned above, we have analysed the exam pattern of SBI PO examination and with this we conclude presenting our view which is focusing specifically on the candidate’s improvement in SBI PO preparation and overall scores.

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