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Quantitative Aptitude - Complete Guide to conquer SSC

Quantitative Aptitude is one of the major portion in the SSC CGL examination. Not only it carries one fourth the weight in the Tier - I exam but also it is worth half the part in the SSC CGL Tier - II exam. In terms of marks out of total of 600 marks, Quant is worth 250. So it is a big fish to catch and one of the easiest. We bet that Quant is not that frightening as it seems. We are providing you the break up and Syllabus of previous year examinations. We will help you stategize for achieving the best out of your abilities. 

Marks Distribution

Topic
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total
Algebra
06
00
05
05
05
21
Average
03
03
02
02
02
12
Percentage, Profit and Loss, Interest
06
14
05
06
07
38
Trigonometry
00
00
09
08
07
24
Geometry
03
05
12
09
14
43
Basic Maths
11
11
05
01
03
31
Ration & Proportion
03
03
01
03
01
11
Number System
06
05
02
02
03
18
Data Interpretation
03
04
05
07
05
24
Time & Distance
06
05
02
05
03
21
Miscellaneous
03
00
02
02
00
7
Total
50
50
50
50
50
250

SYLLABUS 
Chapter
Syllabus
Mensuration
Mensuration of 2-D Figures: Rectangle, Square,
Triangle, Quadrilateral Polygons & Circles
Mensuration of 3-D Figures: Cuboid, Cubes, Right Circular Cylinder, Right Circular Cone, Sphere, Pyramid & Prism
Trigonometry
Trigonometric ratios

Degree and Radian Measures

Standard identities

Complementary angles

Heights and Distances


Geometry
Lines & Angles

Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Polygons

Circles


Algebra
Algebraic identities

Linear Equations

Graphical Representation of lines


Number System
Computation of Whole Numbers: Addition, Multiplication, Division of Whole Numbers

Divisibility Rules & Finding Remainders

Square/Square Root & Cube/Cube Root

Factors & Multiples

LCM & HCF

Decimals & Fractions

Indices & Surds

Involution/Simplification Rules
Percentage
percentage
Profit/Loss & Discount
Simple Interest & Compound Interest


Time/Speed/Distance
Time & Work

Work & Wages

Pipes & Cistern

Problems on trains

Boats & Streams

Miscellaneous Problems


Data Interpretation
Tabulation

Pie Chart

Bar Chart

Line Graph

Mixed Graph

Books to Excel -

1. Practice Stage - 

Sarvesh Verma is an amazing book in order to get a hold on the basics of the Subject. The book further is divided in the two different stages, Level 1 and Level 2. If you complete these two Levels and cram the shortcuts and the rules no question will get out of the reach of this book. 


2. Time to go for the kill-

Kiran Publications book is the best place to go for the last touches. This book consists the questions from all the previous year examinations. This will give you a feel of the level of questions before the final day. Go for it and try to complete it 10 days before the exam.


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