As we know in CLAT test series , 20 questions are asked in Quantitative Aptitude section. Normally you will have 20 – 25 minutes to solve this section and if you can get 15+ marks out of 20 marks, then you have performed well in this section. The questions asked are from different topics, mainly Numbers, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Average, Alligation, Time & Work, Profit, Loss & Discount, Time, Speed & Distance, Geometry, Mensuration, Simple & Compound Interest, Ages, Equations, Calendars and Partnership. Though some questions are asked from topics like Permutation, Combination, Probability, Sets, Indices, Clocks etc, they do not contribute more than 1 or 2 questions per test.
Once you have identified the most important topics, start working on them one by one. First complete all theory concepts related to one topic, then solve variety of questions on that topic to cover the entire area and finally draw a road map of approaches of solving these questions mentally. After this yocontinue reading →