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# How to Score 35+ Marks in IBPS RRB PO Quantitative Aptitude

To begin with, the countdown for the IBPS RRB Examination has begun because the prelims exam is already planned for August 2021, and the Mains examination has scheduled for September 25th 2021, a candidate must be well-prepared in advance to clear this exam.

## Exam Pattern for IBPS RRB PO 2021:

 S.No. Name of Tests No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration 1 Reasoning 40 40 Composite Time of 45 minutes 2 40 40 Total 80 80 45 minutes

## Tips for IBPS RRB PO Quantitative Aptitude Section

• Start with more accessible topics as per the syllabus: Begin with simple concepts like simplification, series, and quadratic equations. As you can see, these issues have been the subject of four to six queries in the last two years. You can expect questions on at least two, if not all three, of these themes. Even though this part contains 40 questions, you can expect questions on all three. From these simple themes, you can expect ten mark questions.
• Practice DI daily: For Quantitative Aptitude, DI is a crucial topic. Expect two or three sets for a total of 10-12 marks. It is not only important, but it also necessitates a great deal of practice. At least every two days, you should practise DI. You’ll need to devote an hour or more to it at a minimum because DI questions need calculations that you won’t accomplish on the spot during the exam if you don’t prepare well.
• Arithmetic is the deal maker: Should attempt at least 35-36 questions in Quants to get a score of at least 34/35 in this segment. Arithmetic is a simple subject that includes questions on percentages, time and work, age, time and distance, and other topics. As part of the more extensive ‘Arithmetic’ umbrella, you can expect 1 or 2 questions from each of them.
• Clear your concepts: While Arithmetic has fewer questions per topic, the questions asked are straightforward to answer. You can do well even if you only know the fundamentals of these subjects. It should come as no surprise that in a highly competitive exam like this, every grade counts. So, if you prepare correctly for math-based questions, you should get total marks. The key is to practise well You only can solve questions quickly and accurately through rigorous practice.
• Focus on Data Sufficiency:Â Because there are no computations required, this is a relatively simple topic. You must examine the information presented and determine whether it is sufficient to answer the subsequent questions/statements. This a scoring topic if your notions are clear.

 Important TopicsÂ DI (tables and bar graphs) Simplification/Approximation Number Series Quadratic Equations Data Sufficiency/Quantity Comparison Arithmetic

### 35+ Marks Scoring Tips for IBPS RRB PO Quantitative Aptitude

From the above important topics the examination paper also has a Quantitative aptitude with 40 questions, and this section needs to be handled with great care to get a good score. Here are some tricks that can come in handy while solving the Quantitative Aptitude section in the preliminary paper.

• The minimal number of questions a student should attempt withÂ 100 per cent accuracy in this paper is 30 to 35. As a result, while practising the test series, you should answer at least 35 questions to improve your score.
• Some sections of the paper, such as simplification and approximation, and quadratic equations, have comparatively easy questions with 100 per cent correctness. To feel more confident in their preparation, applicants should first understand the principles of these chapters.
• The data interpretation and arithmetic sectionsÂ questions may be decisive. These questions appear to take a long time to answer, but if you approach them holistically, there’s little chance you’ll miss out. Here, calmness is essential!
• Candidates should be mindful of questions that appear simple on the surface but necessitate many calculations and, as a result, time. Because of the time constraint, picking the wrong questions will prevent you from solving easy problems.
• To make the computation part easier, use the choices. Calculate the numbers roughly and see if just one option meets the estimate.