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Quantitative Aptitude



Course Description 

The primary objective of this course is to help you in mastering many topics of Quantitative Aptitude and get you prepared for various competitive exams. This course improves learners efficiency in using mathematical problem solving techniques and standard formulas. There are quizzes after each section so the learners can test their knowledge after watching the respective video lecture.


Target Audience 

  • Learners who are going to write any upcoming competitive exams.
  • Learners who want to improve the essential skills in Quantitative Aptitude or Elementary Mathematics

Course Features 


Language: English

Video Lectures:125+

Training Mode: Self Paced

Practice Questions: 2000

Mock Tests: NA

Faculty Support: Email

Learning Objectives 

  • Learners should be able to select and apply mathematical problem-solving techniques.
  • Learners will get efficiency in using mathematics to analyze and solve problems in real-life situations.
  • Learners develop an abstract, logical and critical thinking.
  • Prepares the learners to give a confident attempt in competitive exams by providing appropriate coaching.

Contact For More Details 



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Here is the course outline:

1. Number System

2. Number Series

3. Percentages

4. Simple and Decimal Fractions

5. LCM and HCF

6. Simplification

7. Problems on Numbers

8. Averages

9. Profit and Loss

10. Discount

11. Simple and Compound Interest

12. Ratio and Proportions

13. Mixture and Alligations

14. Partnership

15. Unitary Method

16. Problems on Ages

17. Work and Time

18. Work and Wages

19. Pipes and Cisterns

20. Speed Distance and Time

21. Problems on Trains

22. Boats and Streams

23. Clocks and Calendars

24. Linear Equations

25. Quadratic Equations

26. Permutations and Combinations

27. Probability

28. Mensuration 2D

29. Mensuration 3D

30. Geometry

31. Data Interpretation

32. Co-ordinate Geometry

33. Trigonometry

34. Heights and Distances

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