## Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Together you can finish it quicker!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR17. A and B can do a job in 20 and 30 days respectively. If  both of them work on the job together, when would they finish 75% of it? 1) 8 days 2) 9 days 3)10 days 4) 12… Continue Reading

## Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Change in profit!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR14. Find the change in the percentage profit for a fruit vendor who, after finding 20% of fruits rotten, increased his selling price by 10% over and above 15% that he was already charging? a) 15% b) 13.2% c) -13.8%… Continue Reading

## Quantitative Reasoning – Practice – Profit and More Profit!

PSA_LEVEL-UP_QNR13. A merchant makes a profit of 20% by selling an article. What would be the percentage change in profit percent had he paid 10% less for it and the customer paid 10% more for it? a) 130% b) 125%… Continue Reading

## Faster Calculation methods applied on ‘Real Exam Questions’ – Part IV

Hi friends, today we will take up a Data Interpretation problem to discuss one of the most important and frequently used technique to arrive at answers faster where calculations are involved – “Reciprocal to Percentage conversion”. Here’s the question: I… Continue Reading

## Faster Calculation methods applied on ‘Real Exam Questions’ – Part III

Today we’ll take a problem and discuss a very important strategy that helps us to get the answers even without solving- Rejecting out options! In fact I’ll go on to say this – you should try solving every question not… Continue Reading

## Faster calculation methods applied on ‘Real Exam Questions’ – Part II

Let us consider a very simple question that appeared in one of the competitive exams to understand the ‘percentage’ concept- this will help you calculate much faster in a lot of other topics. You would get application-based questions on ‘%’… Continue Reading

## Faster calculation methods applied on ‘Real Exam Questions’ – Part I

Let us take a very actual question from one of the Bank PO exams to understand a trick/tip/pattern which can be applied across a ‘huge’ number of competitive exam questions: The conventional method would be to find out the square… Continue Reading