In this article, we shall discuss how to prepare the Quantitative Aptitude section for Bank Exams.

Most candidates who are preparing for bank exams have some issues in solving the bank exams question papers accurately within a stipulated time period. Candidates face more difficulty in solving the Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability sections.

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The Reasoning section can be done easily if you can apply some logical thinking while solving bank exams question papers. As for the quantitative aptitude section, candidates must be quick with calculations and aware of tricks and shortcuts to solve the questions faster.Â

Every year lakhs of candidates appear for the exam and only a handful are able to qualify. It is important that a candidate works on every single aspect of the banking syllabus to ace the examination. There are three major posts for which bank exams are conducted each year. These include:

- Bank PO (Probationary Officer)
- Bank SO (Specialist Officer)
- Bank Clerk (Junior Associates/ Assistant)

When candidates solve the Quantitative Aptitude section, most of them can solve the question properly but the problem is the time limit in solving every question with accuracy and speed.

Aspirants who are preparing for the upcoming bank exams can check the 10 Simple maths tricks and shortcuts at the linked article, which may help them save some time during the final examination.

Most of the time, some candidates donâ€™t know the proper method of solving the bank exams question papers on time and lose out the opportunity of clearing this section. This is mainly due to lack of practice, that candidates are unable to crack the bank exams.

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Candidates can refer to the links given below to ace the quantitative aptitude section in the upcoming bank exams 2020:

Data Sufficiency | Data Interpretation for Bank Exams | Problems on Ages |

Pipes and Cistern Questions | Simplification and Approximation Questions | Bank PO Question Papers with Solutions |

## Bank Exam Preparation Tips for Quantitative Aptitude Section

The Quantitative Aptitude section generally consists of 50 questions and the questions given in the bank examination are related to some of the important topics from the bank exam syllabus. Apart from this, we shall discuss the important syllabus of the Quant section from which the questions are being asked.

It is more important to know about the syllabus before preparing for the bank examination.Â The bank exam syllabus contains the following topics in bank exams question papers for the Quantitative Aptitude sectionÂ –

- Number series
- Decimal fractions
- Time, Speed and Distance
- Boat and Stream
- Allegations
- Averages
- Geometry
- Simple interest and Compound interest
- Simplification
- Problems based on trains
- Profit or Loss

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Candidates can check the detailed section-wise bank exam syllabus at the linked article.

Here we bring you the best tips to prepare for bank exams and crack the Quantitative Aptitude section with ease:

**Basic Concepts:**Â

The Quantitative Aptitude section is completely based on the mathematical part. Some questions involve formulas and some have basic concepts. We all know that the Quantitative Aptitude questions are related to the basic concepts which we learned at middle school from classes 6, 7 to 10. The concepts are the most important things to remember in order to score good marks in bank exams. Only when you are clear about your concepts you can clear this section easily.Â

**Basic formulas and identities:**

Next comes the questions which are related to the formulas and the identities. These types of questions are important to get a good score in the bank examination because you can get the maximum score in the Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability sections.**Make your own shortcuts and tricks:**

Instead of following the shortcuts and tricks given by the bank exam coaching centres and the faculty. You can also find shortcut tricks of square and cubes in mathematics and use them. Try to solve the questions using different methods so that you can find the new tricks in solving the questions. Because the question model may be changed in the bank examination, and depending on the information the method of solving the question may vary. So try to solve the questions in different methods.**Practice as this is the only key to success:**

This is the only key to success because without practising you cannot solve the bank exams question papers specially the questions related to mathematics. Practising more will help you in solving the questions in different methods and the speed of solving the questions is also increased.**Time management:**

While practising the previous years’ bank exam question papers, just try to find how much time you are spending in solving a single question. It is a well-known fact that the Quant section usually takes more time in solving the questions and this is the reason why more candidates fail to clear the sectional cutoff and crack the bank examination. So you should concentrate on both accuracy and proper time management while solving mathematical problems. it is also advised to take Online Quiz to learn time management.Â

To understand the scope and difficulty of Quantitative Aptitude questions you can refer to bank exam Mock Tests given below:

**Important Bank/Govt Information:**

SBI PO Syllabus | IBPS RRB Syllabus | IBPS Clerk Syllabus |

SBI Clerk Syllabus | RBI Assistant Syllabus | RBI Grade B Syllabus |

Verbal Ability – Topics & Questions | Logical Reasoning Syllabus | IBPS PO Syllabus |

### Simple Tips & Tricks to Score Well in Quantitative Aptitude Section

In addition to this information regarding bank exam preparation strategies to help you in scoring high marks in the Quantitative Aptitude section we bring you some simple, important and easy tips to score well:

**While practising just try to make a small note of the formulas and shortcuts which you may find easy. This will help you later because at the time of the examination you cannot quickly skim through these notes for revision. So these notes can bail you out till the last moment.**

- While attempting the bank examination you must know the questions properly, i.e. the bank exam syllabus from which the questions have been asked so that you can easily an answer to a particular question.

- No random wild guesses during the bank test. Even though you are sure about an answer, try to solve the question properly and find the answer. This is because in bank exams there is negative marking for every incorrect answer, so never forget this thing during the examination.

To learnÂ How to Solve Number Series In Bank Exams, check at the linked article.

Candidates who follow these tips and strategies will surely qualify in the Quantitative Aptitude part of bank exams 2020.

Few other topics which shall help candidates prepare for the bank exams have been given below:

Banking Awareness | General English for Competitive Exams | History of Banking in India |

3 Sutras to prepare for Reasoning Ability | Computer Fundamentals | Principles of Insurance |

The candidates who are looking for good study materials to crack the bank examination can join BYJU’S Bank Exam Learning Program or check BYJU’S website regarding all kinds of bank exam preparation tips and strategies.

Given below are some valuable information regarding the best study materials for bank exam preparation:

**BYJU’S – The Learning App: **This is a banking exam preparation app, where we provide a tablet learning program which consists of videos, which are taught by IIT professionals. there are many benefits of using this app such as:

**Time-saving:**Â You can understand the concepts in less time.**Regular tests:**Â Whenever you complete watching any concept, then there will be a test given on that concept and a detailed report is given based on your test performance.**Practice papers:**There are many sample tests like previous years’ bank exam question papers, sample papers, adaptive learning, etc. for better grasping of knowledge.

To exploreÂ Tips and Tricks to Solve Quadratic Equations In Bank Exams, check at the linked article.

For more information about strategies for preparing for the Quantitative Aptitude section and if you have any queries regarding any bank exam, then feel free to visit BYJU’S website or talk to our Academic Counsellors to learn more.