Aptitude Series with Notes

Ages Problems

Alligations and Mixtures

Average

Boats and Streams

Calender Problems

Chain Rule

Clock Problems

HCF and LCM

Numbers

Percentage

Permutation and Combination

Pipes and Cistern

Probability

Profit and Loss

Ratio and Proportion

Simple Interest and Compound Interest

Train Problems

Time and Work

Verbal Reasoning

Notes

Verbal Ability Notes
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Topic Cover in Aptitude
1)Calendar problems
2)Trains problems
3)Numbers
4)Chain rule
5)Simple interest
6)Compound interest
7)Problems on AGES
8)Time and work
9)Boats and Stream
10)Clock problems
11)Percentage
12)HCF and LCM
13)Pipes and Cistern
14)Profit and loss
15)Alligation and mixtures
16) Probability
17)Average
18)Verbal Ability
Aptitude consists of the following subtopics Alligation of Mixture, Area, Average, Banker’s Discount, Boats and Streams, Calendar, Chain Rule, Clocks, Compound Interest, Decimal Fractions, H.C.F. and L.C.M of Numbers, Heights & Distance, Logarithms, Operations on Numbers, Partnership Percentage , Permutations and Combinations, Pipes and Cisterns, Problems on Ages, Problems on Numbers, Problems on Trains, Profit and Loss, Races and Games of Skill, Ratio and Proportion, Simple Interest, Simplification, Stock & Shares, Time and Distance, Time and Work, True Discount, Volume and Surface Area.
The average of n quantities of the same kind is equal to the sum of all the quantities divided by the number of quantities. Natural numbers: The counting numbers which are used for counting are known as natural numbers, i.e. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9. These figures are known as digits. The natural numbers are denoted by ‘N’. 0 is known as insignificant digit and other digits are known as significant digits. Prime numbers: A whole number which is greater than 1 and is divisible by 1 and itself is a prime number, e.g. 2,3,5,7,11. Coprime numbers: Two natural numbers p and q are said to be coprime if their H.C.F. is 1, e.g. (2, 3) (4, 5) (7, 9) (11, 9). Composite number: It refers to a whole number which is greater than 1 and is not a prime number.It can be divided by numbers other than 1 and itself e.g. 4,6,8,9,10,12. Even number: An integer which is divisible by 2 is known as an even number e.g. 2,4,6,8. Odd number: An integer which is not divisible by 2 is know as an odd number e.g. 1,3,5,7,9. Compound Interest: The addition of interest to the principal sum each year or some fixed time period is known as compounding. So, the compound interest is the interest on interest. The interest of each year or some fixed time period is added to the principal sum and the new amount becomes the principal for the next year and interest is calculated on the increased amount for the next year. A pipe is connected to a tank or cistern. It is used to fill or empty the tank; accordingly, it is called an inlet or an outlet. Inlet: A pipe which is connected to fill a tank is known as an inlet. Outlet: A pipe which is connected to empty a tank is known as an outlet. Partnership: It refers to a business association between two or more than two persons who run a business together and share the total profit at an agreed proportion. The persons who enter into a partnership are called partners. Working partner: A partner who is actively involved in the business and manages the business is known as an active partner.
Cost Price: It is the price at which a product is purchased. It is commonly abbreviated as C.P. Selling Price: It is the price at which a product is sold. It is commonly abbreviated as S.P. Profit or gain: If the selling price of a product is more than the cost price, there will be profit in the deal. Loss: If the selling price of a product is less than the cost price, the seller will incur a loss. Speed: The rate at which an object is moving is known as its speed. It is the distance traveled per unit time e.g. an object moving at 20 m/s shows that the object covers a distance of 20 meters every second. Interest: It is the money paid by the borrower to the lender for using the borrowed money. Principal: The total amount of money borrowed by the borrower is called principal. Amount: It is the sum of the interest and principal i.e. the total money paid back to the lender which includes principal and interest. Simple Interest: It is the interest which is payable only on the principal e.g. Simple interest on Rs. 100 at the rate of 5% per annum will be Rs. 5 each year; after one year the amount will be 105, and after two year the amount will be Rs. 110 and so on.
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Course Features
 Lectures 77
 Quizzes 0
 Duration 50 hours
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 Language Hindi
 Students 592
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Parth A Patel
Aptitude Series
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It helped me alot just a request please add more topics

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bro me purchase kruga aptitute course with notes ko to mujhe ye kese milega via cd ya online hi milega? or is Course ki Validity kya rhegi?
online hai, 6 months validity
Bhai notes already purchase Kiya hua he muje Khali videos chahiye
Very helpful and knowledgeable course for placement preparation .
Notes buy kiye hain sirf videos chahiye
Will you please send me the notes on this
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if you have took the course you can download the notes from last section
add more videos on problem of ages.
we will surely try
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Please send me notes on this email
i just want videos ?
sirf video bhi purchase karne padenge?
i paid 299, so i want to know.
I will gets the notes by delivery or else i need to download and take the print?
You have to download the printout
Saare topic ka index pehle hi diya hai description me
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Hi,
I want to purchase this course (Aptitude Series with Notes).
But before purchasing I wanted to confirm whether this course covers ALL aspects of Aptitude – which are Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning Ability, Verbal Ability??
Please reply, so that I can decide soon.
Thank you.
quantitative aptitude and verbal is cover and this course is really good for cracking campus placement
Thank you very much for the reply. I will buy this course for sure!!
But can you plese refer me any resources for “Logical Reasoning Ability” too?
Thanks in advance.
iss course mai video aur notes dono included hai na??? aur notes kis form mai access hoga hardcopy ya softcopy??
yes it include videos+ Notes and notes will be in form of PDF
Bhaiii Notes Online kii Soft Copy hiii milti hai kya
pdf milenga bro which you can download
OK Bro
Thank you
Any discount available for this course
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22 November tak
I am really grateful for you SUMER that you have shared your knowledge here with less amount of time.I know you from from the 1st youtube video till here.I am your biggest fan really 🙂 .Those who are thinking to buy this series ,please do. Because it almost covered all the basics that are needed in aptitude .Wish me luck for my placement 🙂
sir me 2nd year student hu ye course gate aur placment ke liye enough he ya extra resources lagana padenge except reasoning
Placement ke liye course enough hai
Excellent way of teaching 😊😍 money can’t waste here
thanks alot
ho gya bhai sort out…thanks