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Home Recruitment 2014 Bank Jobs >> Bank exams Preparation How to Prepare Quantitative aptitude and Numerical ability for Bank Exams.. Quantitative aptitude or Numerical ability form one section of bank exams out of Four (General awareness, General English, Reasoning ability and any one of Quantitative aptitude/Numerical ability). Quantitative aptitude normally comes in exams for higher level posts (For example, Officers ScaleII and higher, Probationary Officers etc), While Numerical ability is generally a part of Clerical level exams. Quantitative Aptitude Contains a wide variety of questions from the topics Listed Below :
Questions in quantitative aptitude are not very tough, the only thing needed is practice so that you'll realise how to manage time by Switching between questions by leaving time taking questions for the end. The DI (Data Interpretation) questions are easy so they must be done firstly while the compound interest questions take some time so they must be left to be done in the end of the section. Numerical ability is also similar to Quantitative aptitude but it contains only numerical questions as the name suggests so it is relatively easier to prepare so it normally is a part of clerical level exams while QA is put in the exams for relatively higher posts such as officers in Scale  II and higher and PO (Probationary officers) exams. By firm practice, you'll get good at switching between questions and save time which is the deciding factor in such exams.
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