Tricky Chapters To Prepare Quantitative Aptitude For SBI PO 2017

Are you going to appear for the SBI PO Preliminary exams in 2017? With almost only three months left for the exams, I am sure now you start preparing for one of the most critical section, the Quantitative Aptitude. As of now, you may probably know the main chapters and the big scoring chapters of the Quantitative Aptitude section.

Tricky Chapters To Prepare Quantitative Aptitude For SBI PO 2017

Do you know the tricky chapters that you need extra attention during the preparation? If you don’t know, then this post will help you with the most delicate chapters to prepare for the Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO Prelims.

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The below-mentioned chapters are highly significant, even if it has only 6 to 7 problems. If you missed some marks in the previous section’s, then getting these 6 or 7 questions right will helps you to score those marks and it will eventually give you an edge over the competition.

However, you need to have extra practice, and you have to understand the concepts thoroughly before trying to answer these kinds of questions. These chapters are highly tricky, and you need extra care. I advise you to spend more time on these chapters.

  • Probability
  • Algebra
  • Time & Work (including Cisterns and Pipes)
  • Time, Distance and Speed (including Stream and Boat)
  • Alligations and Mixtures
  • Combinations and Permutations
  • Geometry and Mensuration


Since, these sections are the highly trickiest one, be sure to prepare 2 to 3 chapters in a week.

Letter arrangements of a word may probably be asked for Combinations and Permutations section. Selection type problems, arrangements in circles, may also be asked. So be sure to prepare at least 50 questions on each of these topics.

You may probably get some problems on Average speed, boat, and stream, trains for Time, Distance and Speed section. Almost 2 to 3 questions will be asked from this chapter, and you need to practice a lot on these topics since these are highly tricky.

Then in the Time and Work section, you may probably have the problems based on the Wages, Cisterns and Pipes, Work efficiency and so on. It is advisable to practice at least 50 questions on each of these topics to solve it in a lesser time with high accuracy.

Then to explain about the Mensuration section, it may include different subjects such as Rectangles, Squares, Cubes, Cuboids, Spheres, Cylinders, Cones, Circles, Semi-circles and so on as suggested by the top bank exam and TNPSC Coaching Centre in Chennai.

To easily remember all of these formulas, I advise you to make a cheat sheet that contains all of these formulas. But remember to don’t carry it to the exam hall. Surely this cheat sheet will help you a lot to score better in the exams.

Hope this study plan will help you to score better in your preliminary exams. All the best for your exams.

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Top 5 Questions To Ask Before Planning Your Company Party

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1. Why Are You Doing This Event?

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2. Who Is It For?

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3. How Much Can You Spend?

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Though you can throw a great party on just about any budget, your job will be a lot easier if you know from the get-go what you have got to spend. Decide your budget first and then start planning for a party.

4. What Kind Of Event?

Once you know the why, who, and how much, you should think about what will be the best type of event? There are many types of events based on the budget and the needs.

Is it a five-course dinner or a tuxes only? Or wear your shots sales making fiesta? Decide the type of party before starting to plan to organize your party better.

5. What Do You Hope Attendees Will Think, Feel And Do After The Event?

You ought to fix the goal of your party. And of course, entertaining your guests will be the principal purpose of every party.

To explain it in a more precise way, every party should have some goal, and even it’s as simple as “We want our employees to feel like we really care about them.” (Actually, that’s a pretty impressive goal, and we the team at event planner Toronto will encourage this kind of goals, so feel free to take it!)