How to get Prepared for Mathematics Subjects asked in Different Exams?
How to get Prepared for Mathematics Subjects asked in Different Exams?
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It depends on what kind of exam is there, objective or subjective.
For objective, go for number of questions and try to get the involved tricks.
For subjective, again the same procedure, practice only
Select few books from which you can prepare various topics and go for solving and also look out for the time you are taking to solve the same.
The majority of the job in the government sector involves the candidates to attend the written examination as part of the selection criteria. The candidates have to attend the written examination and if the candidates get qualified in the written examination they will be called for the personal interview.
The candidates have to face the questions relating to the mathematics or quantitative ability questions in the written examination. The candidates should have thorough preparation for this part. The candidate’s level of preparation will vary according to the pattern of the questions. The questions may be objective and subjective in nature. The candidates can attend a coaching institute which provides the candidates with various short cut methods which are helpful in solving the questions.
The candidates can practice with the help of previous year question papers and practice accordingly. In most of the government job exams, only basic level mathematics knowledge is necessary. Hence, the most important method for familiarizing with this subject is through proper practice. There are various reference books which are available which involve the quantitative questions. The candidates can refer those books and solve the questions or practice. This will help the candidates to improve on this area of mathematics.
HELLO,
Every person can do maths.But one must have in mathematics it scores good result.
Any government ask the same models of mathematics
so the best book i prefer for all bank exams is R.S AGARWAL
it helps on scoring good marks in aptitude.
prepare first exercise slowly then increase the speed,it increases the ability level.
GOOD LUCK.
Dear Aspirant,
For Every competitive exam have one of the section Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude,These topics are comes from half of the syllabus of Eight Standard or Ninth Standard or Tenth Standard.
For Most competitive exam involves this section with the name of Arithmetic or Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude.Numerical Ability and Arithmetic are branches of Quantitative Aptitude.
Preparation Procedure for Quantitative Aptitude for different Exams is as follows
- For Every competitive exam,This section takes more time when compare with other sections,If you want to reduce the time,You have to Prepare or Learn tables upto 20Tables
- You have to start your preparation for this section with learning tables.
- Tables are very useful for to solve any question with in time,Not only tables to minimize time,but also you have to concentrate on Speed calculations
- You should concentrate on and practice on Speed Calculation that means you have to learn speed maths or vedic maths.
- After that you have to enter into Quantitative Aptitude topics.
- For Every Topic,You have to concentrate on Basics,Basics can makes to solve the questions with in seconds.
- You to start your preparation with following topics those are as follows
- Ratio and Propotion
- Percentages
- Averages
- After that you have to do more practice,Practice is one of technique for solve the these section bits with an accuracy and get good answers.
- You to solve more previous model papers for your improve the knowledge another 100%
For preparing for exams(mathematical section),you need to study below books for better preparation for exams.
I personally recommend R S Agarwal book who has expertise in writing books for competitive exams like Bank PO, Bank clerks, SSC, Railways, CDS, and many more because its cover every topics which requires for any exam preparation.
This is a book for quantitative aptitude test. It covers all topics thoroughly which are asked in various competitive examination. Since exams requires thorough knowledge of basic mathematics as well its application in solving tricky question hence this book can be a big advantage for you.
Other books are:
DR.Lal & Jain [Upkar books]
QA for CAT by Arun Sharma
And Website like www.indiabix.in
provide all test materials required for exam.
Dear Aspirant,
mainly in approx. 80% of Government's job written exam paper there the questions on maths are asked. And one more thing that this maths section proves the merit builder in the written sections because a fewer candidates can solve the maths paper and more can't solve this section.
I am giving you some tips for preparing easily for maths section:
1. First of all make your mind understand that you can also become expert in solving the maths questions easily.
2. Study the primary and basic concepts of maths and its formullas.
3. Solve the previouss years exams papers and analyze them.
4. Join a best coaching nearby you of maths subjects.
5. Make group with maths expert candidates and try to solve maths questions in group.
6. Purchase some good books for easy understand and short methods as
R.S.Agarwal,
S.Chand,
Lucent etc's books.
Dear candidate
if you are going to sit in any entrance test and want your self well prepared for mathematics than first of all clear the basic concept of mathematics. For that prefer R.S AGARWAL mathematics book. Once the basic concept will be cleared than you can solve the questions quite easily. However the way of prepration depends upon the type of exam i.e subjective or objective. For both the type R.S AGARWAL book is helpful. For objective question concentrate on shortcut methods and trics to solve them while for subjective question again follow step by step proceduce to solve the questions. And the most important thing is that try to practice more and more as possible for acheiving speed and accuracy.
remember table upto atleast 30.
remember square root and cube root upto 50.
practice more for basic calculation like addition,substraction,multiplication and division for accuracy.
BEST OF LUCK
~Basically almost all competitive exam have one of the section Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude,These topics are comes from half of the syllabus of Eight Standard or Ninth Standard or Tenth Standard.
~For Most competitive exam involves this section with the name of Arithmetic or Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude.Numerical Ability and Arithmetic are branches of Quantitative Aptitude.
~It depends on what kind of exam is there, objective or subjective.
~For objective, go for number of questions and try to get the involved tricks.
~For subjective, again the same procedure, practice only
~Select few books from which you can prepare various topics and go for solving and also look out for the time you are taking to solve the same.
Hello,plz
refer it R.S. Agarwal book
hello . .
Preparation:
Begin preparing early
Pay attention during class: every minute you daydream in class is many more minutes of studying later.
Do assigned homework problems: math is a building process and in order to understand the next step you need to comprehend the present, and previous, ones
Simulate test conditions
After you have studied and think you know the material, practice it under test conditions. Solve unassigned homework problems and see if you can finish them in the allotted time for the exam
Know your professor
Study a copy of the exam of a previous class if available;
Talk with someone who taken the professor before, preferably someone who has succeeded in the same class
Form a study group of 3-4 dedicated students
Not only will other students be able to help you with problems, but by helping others you will better learn the material. If you are unable teach another student a topic you believe you know, chances are you don't know that topic very well after all. If you can't teach it, you don't know it!
Testing:
Read through the exam
Reading through the whole exam you can know what is expected of you
prioritize items on the test
pace yourself.
Carefully read the instructions
Make sure you are answering the question that is being asked!
Good Luck :-)