The Course Module
Quantitative Aptitude is probably the scariest section for many students preparing for various competitive MBA entrance. The syllabus is enormous, the formulas are endless, there are always some shortcut tricks that you are unaware of and there are few who can solve complex questions in less than a minute in your study groups. A lot of these problems arise from the very notion that – Math is difficult! Which actually is not the case, candidates who seek admission in any MBA programme are expected to have an aptitude for basic and elementary accounting as well as the knack of solving simple arithmetic problems. The Quantitative Aptitude section evaluates a candidate's skills in solving mathematical problems based on primarily elementary topics and some complex topics from the Intermediate or equivalent level. Preparation for Quantitative Aptitude demands structured study plan, studying right reference material, lots of practice tests, conceptual clarity and speed.
This section of Quantitative Aptitude for MBA entrance by TCYOnline empowers students with 114 online test series having large number of 2688 questions available to practice and perform covering topics such as Introduction to Numbers, Number Theory, LCM and HCF, Averages, Ratio and Proportion, Alligations and Mixtures, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Commercial Maths, Clocks and Calendars, Elementary Algebra, Solving Polynomial Equations, Inequalities, Progressions, Functions, Geometry, Area and Volume, Coordinate Geometry, Trigonometry, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Set Theory, Data Interpretation, Algebra, Statistics. The key is continuous practice in a timed setting. And we help aspirants to gain command over respective topics with variety of quality choices and smartly curated question series.