Candidates need to prepare Quantitative aptitude for IBPS 2017 to score well in the exam. Read complete tips about how to prepare for Quantitative aptitude for IBPS 2017. Quantitative Aptitude is asked in both preliminary and mains exam of clerk recruitment.

**How to prepare Quantitative aptitude for IBPS**

All the candidates who appear in the recruitment exam should start preparing for the quantitative Aptitude to get good marks in the exam. In this article we are providing some tips to have good preparation of Quant for the clerical exams.

**Dedicate more time for Quantitative Aptitude**

Math is an important part of both pre and mains exam of clerk recruitment and this section is also tough as compared to other sections. So, all the candidates who are preparing for Quantitative aptitude should dedicate more time for math section as compared to other sections for the good preparation of the subject. All the candidates who are appearing in the recruitment exam should provide at least 2 hours of time daily for the math section. Quantitative section is very lengthy and it takes time to solve questions in this section.

**Know Quant Syllabus & pattern**

All the candidates who are appearing in prelims and mains of clerical recruitments should know the syllabus of the exam well. Check the complete syllabus of quantitative aptitude and list all the topics from which questions are asked in the exams. Candidates should cover the complete syllabus of quantitative aptitude and read all the topics which are asked in the exam. Practice questions from all the topics of quantitative Aptitude to get confidence while solving the questions in the exam. Complete Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus has been provided on our website, interested candidates should check it from here.

**Target Important Topics for Preparation**

Candidates who are preparing for the exams should specially prepare those topics from which more questions are asked in the exam. Such topics are provided here and all the candidates should practice these topics for the preparation of exam. We are providing important topics of the exam here, check these out:

- Data Interpretation
- Algebra
- Time and Distance/ Time and Work
- Compound and Simple Interest
- Sharing and Proportions
- Probability and Ratio

These important topics of the exam should prepare well specially Data Interpretation which is always asked in the recruitment exam of clerk. In both prelims and mains exam, DI is asked and that too with good marks. So cover all these important topics of Math which are often asked in the exam with good weight age.

**Practice more and More**

As they say, “Practice makes a man perfect”, the same thing is applicable for the preparation of Quantitative Aptitude. All the candidates who are preparing for quantitative aptitude should know that practicing more and more questions of the exam will make you confident about the math section of the question paper. Math questions need practice more than other sections because for 40 questions of math only 30 minutes are provided. So, all the candidates should read for this section as much as they can. Prepare for the math section now and practice all type of questions for the exam.

**Solve Mock tests and practice Papers**

Practice papers of math contain important questions of quantitative aptitude which are generally asked in the exams. All the candidates who are preparing for clerk mains exam should solve practice papers for math so that they can practice new questions. Sometimes we go through different type of questions while appearing in a practice set, in this way we learn more types of math questions for the exam.

Also solve previous years question papers to know about the expected score in the exam. We have provided model test papers and practice papers for the preparation of Quantitative aptitude for IBPS. All the candidates should download these papers and their solutions to prepare for the exam.

**Increase your speed and accuracy**

Time is always a point in the IBPS Clerk Pre and mains exam. All the candidates are provided short time to solve the questions. On average, a candidate gets 45 seconds to solve a maths question which is very less for math numerical. So, all the candidates who are appearing in the exam this year should increase their pace while solving questions. At the same time you should increase your efficiency also. Practice more and more to increase the speed of calculations and accuracy for the questions.

Also check: **How to prepare for IBPS GA/GK Section**

If you follow these tips seriously, then you can score well in the IBPS (both pre & mains exam).

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