Quantitative Quiz for Defence Exam: Crack CDS, NDA, AFCAT, INET

Quantitative Quiz for Defence Exam: Crack CDS, NDA, AFCAT, INET

Quantitative Aptitude or Numerical Ability is important for every Defence Examination as this part judges the ability to solve numerical and mathematical calculations. Most of the defence aspirants appearing for defence exams have a fear of this section as they struggle in practising.
In CDS exam OTA is exempted from this section, but all other defence exams have questions from quantitative aptitude. It doesn’t matter for which defence exam a candidate is appearing, he must prepare quantitative aptitude as it is a very important section in every defence recruitment exam. 
Here, we have provided you with the Quiz for Quantitative Aptitude.

Topics to Cover in Quantitative Aptitude

  • Arithmetic Word Problems – This includes word problems based on formulas and calculations on various miscellaneous topics of arithmetic like Profit and Loss, Time, Speed and Distance, Work and Time, Problem on Ages, Average, Percentage, Problem on Trains, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Mensuration, Probability, Permutation and Combination etc.
  • Data Sufficiency- It covers various arithmetic topics and usually a question is followed by two or three statements and candidates have to determine if any of those statements individually or together are required to satisfy the criteria given in the question or not.
  • Data Interpretation and Analysis – This includes different types of Data Interpretations like Tabular DI, Line Graph, Bar Graph, Pie Chart, Radar or Spider Web DI, Caselet and other miscellaneous Data Interpretations.
  • Quadratic Equations or Inequalities- This also includes Quantity 1, Quantity 2 based questions.
  • Simplification and Approximation- These questions test calculation speed of a candidates
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