Quantitative Aptitude Tests evaluate numerical ability and problem solving skills of candidates. This test forms the major part of a number of important entrance exams for different fields. CAT, MAT, XAT, and GMAT and many other significant exams have Quantitative Aptitude as a major section.

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**Basics**: Number Properties LCM, HCF Divisibility Remainder Theorem**Arithmetic**: Fractions & Decimals, Ratio & Proportion, Square Roots Simple & Compound Interest Time & Speed, Unitary Method, Time & Work Profit & Loss Percentage & Discount**Algebra**: Simple Equations Quadratic Equations Polynomials Exponents Functions**Sets, Relations & Mappings**: Sets Venn Diagrams Relations Functions**Mensuration**: Areas of Triangle, Quadrilateral, and Circle Volume of Cylinder, Cone, and Sphere**Geometry**: Triangles Properties of Circle Parallelogram**Statistics**: Mean Median Mode Quartiles**Permutation and Combination****Probability**

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- Age
- Area
- Averages
- Banker's Discount
- Boats and Streams
- Calenders
- Chain Rule
- Clocks
- Compound Interest
- Fractions
- Geometry and Mensuration
- HCF and LCM
- Height and Distance
- Logarithm
- Mixtures and Alligation
- Number System
- Odd Man out Series
- Partnership
- Percentages
- Permutation and Combination
- Pipes and Cisterns
- Probability
- Problems on Ages
- Problems on Trains
- Profit and Loss
- Races and Games
- Ratio, Proportion, Variation
- Sets and Union
- Simple Interest
- Simplification
- Square and Cube Roots
- Surds and Indices
- Time and Work
- Time, Speed and Distance