Quantitative Aptitude may be the most scoring subject, only if the candidates have a good calculation speed and a correct approach to solving questions. The questions from the Quantitative section are based on formulas, and one can only perform well if they have their basics right. Around 35 questions are asked in the preliminary exam, whereas 45 questions are asked in the Clerk Mains examination. In that, 10-15 questions are from simplification and number series, which need better calculation speed. The questions from Data Interpretation consist of 10-15 questions in the preliminary and 20-25 questions in the mains examination.
These questions are from the topics like Ratio, Average, Percentage, Profit and Loss, etc. candidates having command in these topics can easily score five marks by solving just 1 question. Every year the exam standards are raised, and the difficulty level increases with it. The candidates with a basic understanding of the Quantitative Aptitude and robust calculations are likely to solve the questions with ease.
Hence, to help the candidates with the subject, Testzone has come up with the Quantitative Aptitude Sectional Tests. The sectional test is prepared by subject matter experts of the Quantitative section who know the knick and knack of the examination and the changing question pattern. The candidates can practice through the mock test and analyse their mistakes that will help them boost their preparation level. The candidates can check out the highlights and the benefits of the Quantitative Aptitude Sectional Test on this page. Candidates can increase their chances of selection in the Clerk examination with the strategy and approach guided by our professional expertise.