|Work on the Basics||
||Candidates shall avoid looking for shortcuts. Once the candidates have a command over the topics, shortcuts or tricks can help them in quick calculations.|
||Candidates shall avoid spending more than a minute on solving any one question.|
|Learn Short-cut Methods||
||Candidates must avoid using the risky shortcuts that are not well-versed. Dangerous shortcuts can lead to misleading, confusion, and wrong answers.|
|Name of the Book||Author||About the Book|
|Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations||R.S. Aggarwal||The focus of the book is to help candidates practice as much as possible. This practice shall help to transform conceptual clarity into command over topics.|
|Arihant’s Fast Track Objective Arithmetic||Arihant||The book brings a lot of right quality questions with the belief that candidates can get better with practice.|
|Magical Book on Quicker Maths||M Tyra and K Kundan||Each section in the book has extensive exercises that help candidates to practice.|
|Quantitative Aptitude for CAT||Arun Sharma||
|Quicker Maths||M Tyra||The book provides an exhaustive list of questions according to the difficulty level of easy, moderate, and difficult.
Candidates can recognize the level of difficulty while practicing.
|Fast Track Objective Arithmetic||Arihant Publications|| There are two types of questions in this book:
The book is suitable for candidates who have basic proficiency in mathematics as it lacks conceptual details and explanations.
|Elementary and Advanced Mathematics||Kiran Publication||This book is a must-have for candidates with the non-mathematical background.
The book is a rich collection of fundamentals.