How to prepare for competitive exams? 

Competitive Exams
The Mathematical knowledge is a key to getting success in competitive exams. The mathematical problems are a little bit of tricky and very easy. A non-mathematical background student also will get the success by following the given steps.

Every student should guess the pattern of the competitive examinations.  In order to save the time in the competitive exam, everyone has to solve the problems with 100% accuracy and speed. Then only they will get success in the competitive exams. The syllabus for the competitive exam is

  1. Quantitative Aptitude
  2. Reasoning, 
  3. General English, 
  4. General Knowledge, 
  5. Current affairs and Computer knowledge.

The Main tip in the examination is done to solve the arithmetic problems and reasoning problems by the speed with accuracy. Solving problem isn't easy, but more practice can be solved more problems. Time saving and distribution is the main important point in competitive exams. By solving arithmetic problems are very key success to save the time in competitive exams. IBPS, RBI, MBA, MAT, CAT, IIFT, IGNOU, SSC, SI, CHI, CPO, IPS, IAS, IFS, UPSC, Entrance Tests are the main competitive exams.

How to get success in competitive exams?

Arithmetic problems:

Now we begin to learn from the Basic fundamentals for Arithmetic problems. Basics mean Additions, Subtractions, Multiplication, Divisions. If the students are perfected in the Basics, it can help to solve the Arithmetic problems and Reasoning problems. 

In the childhood, students learnt about Additions, Subtractions, Multiplication, Divisions, in a common method. But in the Competitive exams point of view this method will not be worked. Every problem should have a shortcut method. By practicing the shortcut methods, students can solve the problems very easy and speedy way.

Learn from the BASICS

Before going to the basics, give an answer to the below question for speed and accuracy of solving the problem.

Test yourself:   536489 + 865942 = ?

How much time have you been taken to answer for the addition?

Less than seconds or Seconds or Minutes. 

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