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[Studyplan] CSAT Aptitude Paper 2: Maths & 1 month ago

Data Interpretation-High priority topics, Sample

Questions, free studymaterial (part 2 of 3)

SEARCH B4 ASKING!

1. Math haters are grave diggers C SA T क ल क सु

बह

Search

1. #1: 2012 unlikely to repeat

LATEST COMMENTS

2. #2: GS Strength doesn’t 43 21 21 36

days hrs mins sec.

SANU { mrunal sir one compensate math weakness

gujarish (request) ..im from

3. #3: One lakh Delhi

@ S S C , C A P F pl a y e rs

no science background so

6,7,8,9 science padhne ki aspirants

jarurat hai ki 11 12 claas ki 4. #4: Maths = competitive edge + peace of mind

} – 45 days Before CSAT: 2. Mathematics: What to ignore? Top

a Few words...

1. Doubtful syllabus topics in Mathematics

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AP. My verification was 3. Medium priority

done almost 1 month ago.

4. Low Priority

Till now, didn't get any

joining letter or so. Can 3. CSAT Math doesn’t not fall from sky but NCERTs

someone let... } – [ACIO] 1. Gather the weapons

Result for ACIO 2013 2. Which Quant book?

exam declared,...

3. Don’t waste time learning Speed maths / Vedic maths

VIKAS AGRE { can u

4. High priority topics

plz explain me check either

1 or 2, 3 or 4 type

5. H1: Linear Equations

questions??? } – 1. NCERT: Linear Equations

[Reasoning] Syllogism 2. Quant book: Linear Equations

(All Cats are Dogs):

6. H2: Number system

Method,...

1. NCERT: Number system

USHA KIRAN { But sir

2. NCERT Powers & Exponents

as the service allocation

process has not started, 7. H3: Percentages, Profit Loss, SI- CI

will they entertain my RTI? 8. H4: Ratio Proportion Variation Partnership (RPVP)

Actually I just wanted to

9. H5: Speed Time Distance Work (STDW)

know your view over this. }

10. H6: Averages, Allegations

– [CAPF] UPSC declares

Written Result of 11. H7: Data Interpretation (DI)

Assistant... 1. DI-1: odd- graphs

DORAIRAJ { ONE OF 2. DI-2: bar graphs, pie charts

MY FRIENDS VISITED IB 3. DI-3: Venn Diagrams

OFFICE DELHI TO INQUIRY

4. Don’t assume A+B=total

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DETAILS.... BUT THE IB

12. H8: Geometry: Area volume perimeter (AVP)

PEOPLE DID NT

ENTERTAIN. EVEN THE

13. Appendix: Download links

RECEPTIONIST ALSO... } – 1. A1: Last three years official CSAT papers

[ACIO] Result for ACIO 2. A2: NCERT Mathematics Topicwise Sorted free download

2013 exam declared,...

3. A3: Quant books: What to prepare, what to skip?

RISHI { as per Mrunal's

key it was 170+ } – [CAPF] So far in the CSAT paper-2 study plan

UPSC declares Written

Result of Assistant... 1. Comprehension and Reasoning

MRUNAL { Usha you 2. Mathematics & Data Interpretation: high priority topics You’re here

can find that via RTI to 3. Decision Making + Mathematics: Medium & low priority topics

home ministry and UPSC:

"my roll number is so and Ma th ha ters a re gra v e diggers

so, which service am i

allotted to?"... } – [CAPF] Many of you have this mindset / strategy:

UPSC declares Written

Result of Assistant... 1. I hate maths / I’m weak in maths. Therefore, I’ll pump extra hours in

MRUNAL { that is General studies to compensate for my poor command over mathematics.

awesome Rushikesh, 2. Prelim marks not counted in final merit list, and maths is not going to be

hearty congratulations. } – asked in mains. so why bother. Besides, in 2012 only 3 questions were

[CAPF] UPSC declares asked!

Written Result of

3. xyz person on xyz forum said he managed to crack CSAT without preparing

Assistant...

maths. Same Cinderella story will repeat in my case.

MRUNAL { Suresh 4. In last three years, average cutoff was ___. So, so if I tick __ Questions in GS

Biology class11: 2,3,4 and

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5. I've uploaded all the paper I and __ questions in comprehension /reasoning, I can easily reach

chapters now, thanks for cutoffs, without bothering about maths.

notifying. } – 45 days

Before CSAT: a Few To all such aspirants, I’ve four things to say:

words...

you Sir, I have one

question there is % of CSAT-2012 Paper II CSAT 2013

something mentioned in

questions

the UPSC CAPF 2013

advertisement - 'A female comprehension 40 MCQs. (=50% of the paper) reduced to 32 MCQs.

candidate, even if her

name... } – [CAPF] UPSC only 3 MCQs = dream come true for math 17 MCQs = = ~1/5th of

maths

declares Written Result haters. paper.

of Assistant...

share your score in Paper 1

and congrats } – [CAPF]

UPSC declares Written

Result of Assistant...

MRUNAL { Naresh

observe these questions

from CAPF exam Q1.

Statement I: The Jajmani

system was one in which

the village artisans

supplied traditionally fixed

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Before CSAT: a Few

words...

MRUNAL { Ageya,

calculators allowed in

mains but not in prelims. }

– 45 days Before CSAT:

a Few words...

I'm working on it. (hence

no updates in [current]

section). } – 45 days

Before CSAT: a Few

words...

such it is sufficient but

from New NCERTs atleast only THREE questions from Maths in 2012! Will those “Acche din” come again?

example Ashoka's Ok so why did the “Achhe din” end? Why didn’t UPSC ask just three Maths

inscriptions in class6, MCQs in 2013, like they did in 2012? You can unravel this mystery by looking at

chapter8. } – 45 days “Behind the curtains timeline” and joining the dots

Before CSAT: a Few

words...

20 May 2012 CSAT-2013 exam held. Only 3 maths and 40 comprehension.

MRUNAL { T A M, cost

benefit bad unless the 30 August 2012 Prof. Nigvekar submits report & recommends following

place is already in news for

some other reason e.g. GI In CSAT Paper II: too many questions were asked from

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tags. } – 45 days Before comprehension section, it needs to be reduced slightly in favor of other

CSAT: a Few words... type of aptitude questions.(e.g. reasoning, maths)

RECRUITMENT It will be better to reduce the English part in CSAT, and instead set bit

tougher questions in the compulsory English paper at mains level.

Hal l ti ckets

Upl oaded?

26 t h May 2013: CSAT 2013 exam. Comprehension reduced from 50% to 40%,

SSC 2013 Re-exam:Yes

consequently, maths questions increased from 3 to 17, to fillup the total 80

CAPF-2014: Yes

CSAT-2014: Not Yet questions quota. Even in mains-2013, compulsory English paper was

B anki ng Sector lengthier than previous exams, and hence tougher.

20-Jul: SI DBI

asst .Manager(80)

In other words, Maths is here to stay. 2012 scene unlikely to repeat. UPSC

21-Jul: RBI asst.(only SPORTS unlikely to ask only 3 maths MCQs in 2014.

quota)

09-Jul: IBPS RRB 2014 #2 : GS Stre ngth doe sn’t compe nsate math we akne ss

On 2 0 1 3 RRB score

Prof.Nigvekar Committee observed:

16-Jul: H ary ana Gramin

11-Jul: Jharkhand Gramin

CSAT Paper-I (General studies) is difficult compared to paper-II (Aptitude test).

11-Jul: Puducherry Gramin

The candidates who are good in general studies, are at disadvantage, because

on M ani pal Certi .

16-Jul: BoB PO

they can’t get any edge with general studies. On the other side, candidates

12-Jul: I DBI PO good in paper-II(Aptitude) gets advantage, & they can make though the exam

IT/ Computer even without much study of general studies. (Therefore) Aspirants with

30-Aug: IITD Delhi system engineering background formed the major chunk of aspirants who qualified

admin(3) the prelims in the first attempt.

25-Jul: programmer Lucknow

Med.Uni. In other words,

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25-Jul: programmer Lucknow It takes far more effort to get 60 correct in GS, than it takes to get 60 correct in

Med.Uni. aptitude. Given the large influx of Engineer-UPSC aspirants post sub-prime

17-Jul: IT jobs NIHFW

crisis and mushrooming self-financed colleges, IF you (non-Engineers) think

15-Jul: System Op.Raebareli

you can compensate your weakness in maths/aptitude by pumping more

10-Jul: Karnataka PC

hours in General studies => then you’re making a grave mistake. You have to

operators

08-Jul: Ludhiana PC operator tame the bull (maths) by the horns (continuous practice).

06-Jul: IT engg. in CRIS (need

#3 : One lakh De lhi aspirants

GATE2014)

Engi neers

In April 2014, UPSC wrote a letter to DoPT, requesting more officers to be

01-Aug: MECL:

deployed for exam duty because:

Asst .manager

23-Jul: MNIT Jaipur Tech.asst.

1. more than 10 lakh people expected to apply for CSAT-2014

17-Jul: Light house

2. Out of them more than 1 lakh people from Delhi alone. (This is UPSC’s

15-Jul: ONGC Western

Tech.asst.

estimation!).

11-Jul: Freight Corridor

10 lakh is not worrisome, because most of them are non-serious people

11-Jul: Powergrid Sr.Engg

applying just because papa said (JBPS). But 1 lakh from Delhi alone= that is a

11-Jul: NBBC Engineers

disturbing number.

09-Jul: I I T-K

09-Jul: OIL Drilling Engg.12

Because majority of them would be full-time dedicated aspirants migrated

07-Jul: VI ZAG Jr.Trainee

to Delhi for the sole purpose of UPSC preparation. Therefore, competition

Pol i ce/ Defence/ Intel .

31-Aug: Army Dent al

will be cutthroat than ever before.

05-Aug: Nav y UES In recent years, even Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Indore, Lucknow and

02-Aug: CI SF A’bad are also fast turning into Delhi like centres i.e. where many aspirants

const ables(1203) rent a room and full time dedicate to UPSC preparation with or without

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14-Jul: BSF Para- In this environment, you’ve to extract every mark you can, from every

Medic,Pharma

section you can. Hating maths is not a good idea. Remember: Sincere

14-Jul: BSF Motor transport

candidates don’t fail prelims by 100 marks, they fail by a margin of just few

07-Jul: BSF ASI/H.Constables

marks below the cutoff. And in most cases, they could have avoided failure

06-Jul: Doctors in BSF

Speci al i st by keeping alert on negative marking, and extracting a few easy questions

B Com/ HR/ M B A from the subjects they disliked.

30-Aug: Accountant NIFFT

#4 : Maths = compe titiv e e dge + pe ace of mind

Ranchi

15-Jul: ONGC accountants(2)

Today every sincere player knows he has to prepare NCERT, Laxmikanth,

11-Jul: Freight Corridor(34)

and Economic Survey. So command over those books = just minimum

11-Jul: HR officers,NBBC

09-Jul: I I T-K account s

height n chest requirement in military recruitment. Not a competitive edge,

09-Jul: HR Officers BEL doesn’t automatically ensure selection.

M edi cal / Al l i ed Last year pretty much every regular reader of Mrunal.org ticked 12-15

09-Aug: SAI L Doct ors correct in Economy. Again, no longer a competitive edge, it’s just a

09-Aug: SAI L Paramedics ‘minimum system requirement’ (MSR).

28-Jul: Chandigarh People have been trying to get competitive edge over others by doing PH.D

Paramedics

on Culture, science, environment. But given the tough nature of GS-MCQs,

18-Jul: Doctors in HAL

all that labour barely translates to additional 10-15 marks, that too after

14-Jul: BSF Para-

spending months in mugging up fifty dozen festivals, tribes, caves,

Medic,Pharma

07-Jul: Haryana Doctors algae/biofertilizers and critically endangered species.

06-Jul: Doctors in BSF On the other side, maths can easily help raise your score by atleast 30**

L egal marks than the crowd, and ensure peace of mind until prelim result comes.

22-Jul: At t orney , Then, you can completely focus on mains preparation, rather than worrying

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07-Jul: Haryana Attorney

S c i e n c e / A g r i . G r a d s . **based on 2011 and 2013 trend, if UPSC asks 15-17 maths questions, then at

30-Aug: Lab Attendent NIFFT least 12 of them will be solvable even with moderate preparation. 12 x 2.5 = 30

Ranchi marks.

25-Jul: Himachal

Tech.Assistants Ma thema tics / Ba sic Numera cy : How much upto Cla ssX?

18-Jul: Delhi Vet erinary

14-Jul: IHBT Himachal Maths internal breakup in last 3 CSAT

10-Jul: Karnataka lab

Maths Topic Subtopic 2011 2012 2013

assistant

10-Jul: Karnataka Horti.Field HCF,LCM 1 0 1

Asst.

10-Jul: Scientist MP Ratio Proportion 1 1 4

Basic

Spec.O thers

Linear EQ 1 0 1

17-Jul: Labor inv est igat or

17-Jul: Mineral Economist Subtotal: Basic 3 1 6

07-Jul: Haryana Town planner

STDW Speed Time Distance Work 2 1 4

M i sc.Deskj obs

30-Aug: clerks NIFFT Ranchi Stat averages 1 1 0

01-Aug: MECL:

foremen,driv er,mechanic(99 Pie chart 2 0 5

)

Tabulation 3 0 0

31-Jul: NGT

Secretary,Steno,Translators Data Speedgraphs Interpretation 3 0 1

21-Jul: NIT Warangal asst. Interpretation

Bacterial growth 3 0 0

10-Jul: NIT Patna Asst. (DI)

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15-Jul: Raebareli Deskjobs

07-Jul: Drivers AMU Subtotal: DI 12 0 6

F aculty Jobs

Permutation combination (how many

22-Jul: Mat hs Asst .Prof 3 0 0

figures possible etc.)

22-Jul: Cut t ak Univ .

18-Jul: Jammu Univ oddballs geometry 1 0 0

18-Jul: H ary ana Science

AP, GP 1 0 1

18-Jul: NI T Manglore

14-Jul: Gorakhpur Subtotal: Odd balls 5 0 1

10-Jul: SI UPA H ary ana

07-Jul: AMU Maths Total Basic+Stat+STD+DI 23 3 17

Warning

% out of 80 MCQs 28.75 3.75 21.25

DONOT wait till last

date. Online Form Part1

stops working few days UPSC’s official syllabus doesn’t specifically say “we’ll not ask this, this and this.”

b4 deadline. It only says:

DONOT forget/misplace

reg.id, Roll number. Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.)

(Class X level)

Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X

level)

This “etc.” word is dangerous. Because upto class X level NCERT textbooks

include statistics, probability, trigonometry, parallelograms and even

coordinate geometry. Should we prepare such topics or not?

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CSAT system is just three years old. So far ~43 total maths questions asked in

2011, 12 and 13. This sample size too small to make projections that “x” topic

will always be asked and “y” topic will never be asked.

2011: UPSC introduces CSAT system, public believed that UPSC will completely

“revamp” its Aptitude Question bank in its secret computer database. But UPSC

is still asking stuff they used to ask way back in the 90s. Observe:

X level)

1996- with four athletes A,B,C,D

asked who won the race, who was very slow etc.

2011: comparing speed of two trains

liquids

time speed distance Questions

with almost identical difficultly level.

inference, Venn diagram, sitting arrangement- if you look at all the aptitude

questions from 1995 to 2013- history is repeating itself from pre-CSAT era

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to CSAT era.

Many questions are mirroring themselves only names, numbers and

wording changed. if previously they gave time-distance & asked you to find

speed; this time they give speed and time and ask you to find distance and

so on

…..meaning

2. Just because xyz topic is not asked in last three CSAT = it doesn’t mean

UPSC will never ask it in future exams. If something is taught upto class10,

AND it has been asked in previous prelims (Even before Pre-CSAT era), then

we should prepare.

up to for

NCERT CSAT?

std.10?

Statistics (Cumulative

interpretation (DI) about cumulative

frequency, median, YES YES

frequency and average for grouped

mode etc.)

data with class interval.

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progression

“water doubles every five minute”

Geometric

NO NO question in 2001, but it could be solved

progression

without formulas. At max, mugup the

“ball rebounding” formula.

Irrational numbers YES No it’s not asked from 1995 till 2013.

angle, parallelogram sides, cyclic

quadrilaterals etc. topics beyond

YES YES (AVP).

Theory

YES should be prepared, because

asked in 1995, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000,

2001.

asked in past.

Ignore radian, maximum minimum

starts from class11-12 and never

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Probability YES Yes

2000s.

upto mid-2000s, (may be Examiner

considers this a “reasoning” topic

and not maths)

Even in CSAT 2011, they asked a

NO YES that topic is the mother of PnC, and

&Combination (Pnc)

starts only from class11 NCERT.

in same CSAT 2011, they even asked

image based PnC e.g. how many

routes possible in 2×2 square

diagram to reach from point A to B.

problems asked in 1995,96, 99, 2001

YES YES

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nature of roots, find “k” etc. not

asked so far)

Class11. But they were regularly asked

Venn Diagram NO YES both in pre-CSAT and CSAT era. Perhaps

examiner considers them part of

“reasoning” and not mathematics or DI.

dang…these are way too many odd topics, can’t we just focus on time speed

distance, linear equation, HCF-LCM? Hardly two months left before exam!!

Ans. No. You’ve to be prepared for all possible topics. UPSC examiner has no

moral obligations to follow last year’s topic trend. 2011 he asks arithmetic

progression, then ignores this topic for 2012 and 2013. If you aim to tick 10+

MCQs for a given subject, you’ve to be thoroughly prepared- whether its polity,

geography, economy or aptitude.

Nonetheless, it may not be feasible to give justice to all the maths topic within

~2 months, so study-priority order should be following:

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1. Linear Equation

2. Number System

3. %, profit loss, SI-CI

4. Ratio Proportion Variation

5. Speed Time Distance Work

6. Averages, Alligiations

7. Data Interpretation

8. Geometry: Area Volume Perimeter

Me dium priority

Following topics not frequently asked, but takes barely 2 hours to master.

because You just have to mugup 3-5 formulas and variety of questions is very

less. Therefore cost: benefit good, You should make room in your schedule to

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prepare them.

10. Coordinate Geometry => only have to do one chapter in NCERT.

11. Polynomials factorization => only have to do two chapters in NCERT.

Low Priority

Low priority doesn’t mean UPSC will *NOT* ask them. Low priority means,

within your study time table, do them at last depending on how much free time

left after allotting time for other high priority topics such as history, polity,

science, economy, environment (for Paper I) and those reasoning-

comprehension & other high priority topics under Maths (for Paper II).

Reason: following topics not frequently asked. They’re not difficult but have

many variety of questions and formulas=> each of them take more than 4

hours to master. Therefore, put under low priority in terms of study time

allotment.

13. Trigonometry: only height n distance

14. Permutation Combination Probability

15. Statistics

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Some questions directly came from NCERT, just numbers changed. Observe

Class11, ch1, page 23, example 26

football.

2013: food in garrison, how many days will it Class8, Ch13, page 212 example 7, 8

last? and 9.

Even the remaining questions, most of them are just slightly difficult than the

concepts taught at NCERT level. Meaning, you don’t have to be an IIT/CAT

ranker……If you can understand even upto NCERT level mathematics, you can

tick good number of MCQs.

Book”)

2. (For those really poor in maths)- NCERT Mathematics. Topicwise zip

file given at bottom.

3. one separate notebook / file, to maintain “diary of mistakes”-

ESSENTIAL

whenever you find any new formula, shortcut, weird MCQ or make

mistake, note it down in this diary. Night before the exam, just read

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that night. I did the same for CAT, got 96%ile.

and shortcuts. This is better than a notebook because you can add

new pages anywhere as per your requirement.

2. A black slate, like those poor kids use in government primary

OPTIONAL schools-It saves lot of paper wasted in practicing math & reasoning

sums.

3. CSAT Topicwise solve papers (1995-2013) by Disha

Publication. Contains all papers of GS and aptitude- topicwise

separated for both pre-CSAT and CSAT era.

As such, CSAT maths is just slightly more difficult than NCERT exercises. BUT,

since NCERTs alone don’t give all variety of questions and street-smart

techniques to save time during exam. Therefore, you need a quant book. For

example, consider this

(2007) A person has to fill three liquids – 403 lit. Petrol, 465 lt. diesel

and 496 lt. motor oil in bottles of equal size without mixing any of

above liquids. What is the least possible number of bottles required?

While NCERT teaches HCF in class10, but doesn’t dwell into this concept.

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Concept is: you’ve to find HCF (31), then divide each number with HCF, then

you’ll get total number of bottles required = 44.

To learn all such variety of questions and concepts, you need a book on

quantitative aptitude. NCERT are good to learn basic concepts, but NCERT

alone are insufficient for CSAT.

from Civil Service Exam.

Fast-track to Objective Arithmetic by Rajesh

(SSC), AFCAT, LIC, NICL-AAO,

Verma

ACIO, FCI & other PSU jobs.

going back to private sector /

(TMH), Arihant or Pearson or xyz publication-

business

whichever you can find cheapest or second hand :-)

Quantum CAT Sarvesh Kumar (OR Arun Sharma)

higher level exams.

and any other 90s era book that bookstorewalla recommends you, because:

1. They’re Useless for SSC, CDS and SCRA because they don’t give detailed

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etc.) OR quadratic equations.

2. They’re Useless for CSAT and higher level exams. Because they don’t cover

all variety of tricky MCQs asked in such exams.

3. Even banking & insurance exams – Rajesh Verma’s techniques are faster &

easy to understand.

squares upto 19. It is sufficient.

unlike Bank and CAT exam, the UPSC data interpretation questions don’t

test your speed mathematics or long division skill,

unlike CDS and SSC, UPSC questions on divisibility, number theory or HCF-

LCM, don’t test your skill over prime number tables (13, 17, 19, 23, 29).

Therefore, don’t waste time in Vedic maths tricks for speed maths, addition,

multiplication, subtraction, division, cube roots, square roots etc.

If you already know such tricks then good, but now is not the right time to learn

them fresh.

High priority topics doesn’t mean UPSC will definitely ask majority of the

questions from here. It only means while you plan your study schedule, you

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H 1 : Line ar Equations

(1998) in a family, age of father is three times that of his daughter, and age

of son is half of his mother. If wife is nine years younger than husband, and

brother is 7 years older than sister, what is the age of mother? (Ans.60)

(2009) A gave half of his coins to B and 4 more besides. B gave half of his

coins to C and 4 more besides. C gave half of his coins to D and 4 more

besides. Both B and D end up with same number of coins. How many coins

did A have originally? (Ans.72 coins)

(2011) a person has only Rs. 1 and Rs. 2 coins with her. If the total number

of coins that she has is 50 and the amount of money with her is Rs. 75, then

find the number of Rs. 1 and Rs. 2 coins with him? (Ans. 25 and 25)

their ‘head’.

This is not linear equation because x has “2” above its head. Infact this is a

x2+2x+1 quadratic equation. It is also part of “upto classs10” syllabus. But comes

under “low priority” for CSAT.

This is linear equation because x doesn’t have anything above its head.

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2x+1 (Actually its x1 but for our understanding purpose, take it as just “x”). This is

high priority topic for CSAT.

Linear equations are very important for aptitude exams, from two angles

2. Indirect applications in time-speed-distance-work; profit-loss-SI-CI;

Geometry problems etc.

Bhootnath is twice as old as Abdul …blah blah blah

B-20=12A or

B=12(A-20) B-

1. 20 years ago, Bhootnath was 12 times the

age of Abdul 20=12(A-

(this is the most common

20)

mistake)

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Many candidates make wrong equations as shown above, then get wrong

answer. Examiner would have even listed wrong answer in option. So junta

happily ticks such option, “my paper went so good”, then they fail & blame

nepotism, corruption and DP Agrawal for everything.

In age problems, always prepare a table beginning with present age. Observe

present age

A and B

Eq1. B=2A

A-20

B-20 A and B

Eq1. B=2A

Then make second equation: 20 years ago, Bhootnath was 12 times the age of

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Abdul

A-20

B-20 A and B

Now plug the value of B from Eq1. into Eq2 and you’ll solve this effortlessly.

L2 : ke e p minimum v ariable s

Suppose the question is like this “The sum of present ages of Abdul and

Bhootnath is 56. 5 years ago Abdul’s age was……….blah blah blah….find the

present age of Bhootnath. ”

assume Abdul present age “A” “B”

Bhootnath present age “B” assume Abdul’s present age

=(56-B)

Here you assumed two variables “A” and Here you’ve to worry about only

“B”= lengthier calculations and increased one variable “B”. The moment you

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L3 : C annot be de te rmine d

1. x+y=5

2. y+z=6

Here you’ve two equations but three variables (x, y and z). You can never find

out the unique value of x, y, z in such situation. Hence answer = “Cannot be

determined”. But sometimes, even two variable-two equation set can be

impossible to solve. For example

1. x+ 2y=4

2. 2x+ 4y= 12 2x+ 3y=94x+ 6y=18

To learn more about ^this, refer to NCERT Maths Class 10, Chapter3, table

given on the page #9.

Examiner will test this by offering you both choice “Cannot be determined”;

sometimes even data sufficiency (DS) question. Make sure you pick the

right answer in right situation.

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refer your Quant book. Then refer your Quant book: Rajesh Verma

or Sarvesh Kumar (not both).

NC ER T: Line ar Equations

Exercise 4.4 question no. 2 and 3

12.6 adding-subtracting simple equations. Solve the four questions

given immediately. (page 235)

7 12 12.8 formula and rules. page 243

Formula for no. of diagonals in a figure. Page 246

Page 247 summary.

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page 26 Example 8 coin problem

Page 26-27 examples 9 to 11

Exercise 2.2 do all the sums

8 2 Page 30: Example 14 digit reversal

Page 31: Example 15 about age problem

Exercise 2.4 do all sums

Page 35: example 19 age problem

Page 35: Exercise 2.6 only do Problem 6 and 7.

3.4 most important for MCQs.

Algebraic method to solve equations

Page 50 understand the substitution method given in point 3.4.1

Page 52 Example 9: understand why the answer is “cannot be

determined”.

Page 53 Exercise 3.3 only solve Question No.3

Page 54 understand elimination method from example 11

Page 57 Do all the sums under Q.2 of exercise 3.4

Page 57: solve the apple sum under topic 3.4.5 but avoid the

headache of that cross multiplication method. Stick to substitution

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Page 60 ticket problem example 14

Page 63: do Q.(i) to (v) most important for CSAT.

Page 65: example 19 avoid that stupid algebra method. Learn Boats

and streams topic from my [Aptitude] article click me.

Page 67

27 then chapter

7.Chapter 27

linear equation

Understand the

consistency

system given on

first page of this

chapter. Ch13. Elements of Algebra

then solve all

in the initial part of this chapter he talks about polynomials,

the questions in

ignore it for the moment and directly move to page 525,

illustration and

“Linear Equation”

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you may avoid But stick to substitution and elimination method. Combined

following type these two, you can handle pretty much every question.

of questions Ex.13: Do Question 10 to 18

because no Level 1: Do Question 23 to 31.

asked in UPSC Important: in Level1 exercises question No. 23 to 31:

Q.14 in observe his explanations- how he solved them without

Exercise1 assuming X or Y, or even framing equations. IF you master

Q1 on this technique, it’ll save a lot of precious minutes in the

Exercise2 exam.

Chapter 7: Word

problems based

on numbers

Focus on digit

reversal

problems and

age related

problems.

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1. (2007) A person has to fill three liquids – 403 lit. Petrol, 465 lt. diesel and

496 lt. motor oil in bottles of equal size without mixing any of above liquids.

What is the least possible number of bottles required? Ans. HCF will be 31.

Then divide it with each number, you’ll get total number of bottles: 44.

2. (2009) while adding the first few continuous natural numbers, a candidate

missed one of the number and wrote a wrong answer 177. Which number

did he miss? Ans. Sum of the first “n” natural numbers is n(n+1)/2, but he

missed “x”, so [n(n+1)/2] minus x = 177. Once you plug in the options, only

x=13 will satisfy this equation.

3. (2011) three persons start walking together and their steps measure 40 cm,

42 cm and 45 cm respectively. What is the minimum distance each should

walk so that each can cover the same distance in complete steps? Ans.

whether its bells ringing together or bulbs lighting together or people

walking together-you’ve Find LCM of those numbers. 25 m 20 cm

4. (2013) A gardener has 1000 plants. He wants to plant them in such a way

that the number of rows and the number of columns remains the same.

What is the minimum number of plants that he needs more for this

purpose? Ans. Whenever you have to arrange soldiers or flowers or trees in

Equal Row n equal column, then you have to make it square. Add 24 more

trees so it becomes 1024=32×32.

These are not really difficult questions, most of them can be solved without

mugging up any formulas. You just need a good grip over basic concepts.

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No need for NCERT.

(chapter wise list

Directly use your Quant book. Refer to appendix of this

given below)

article, for what to prepare and what to skip in the

Then use Quant

quant books.

books.

NC ER T: Numbe r sy ste m

2.Fractions 2. Ex.2.1’s example 6

and 3. Example 5 on page35

Decimals 4. Example 6 on page39

7

9. rational 2. example 6: direction sense test page 186

numbers 3. summary from page 191-92

numbers find rational number between two rational numbers.

8 16. Playing

with Divisibility rules for 2,3,5,9

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numbers.

9

system exponents for real numbers page 241.7 summary page 27

Page 10 Example 6, 8 and the remark given at bottom of it.

10 tracks.

numbers

Page 19 note to reader.

Ignore Euler and irrational numbers.

7 negative numbers

powers

13.6 expressing large numbers in std.form

table in 6.2

Numbers between square numbers- the lines

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8

7. Cube and Cube geometry angle- example 7.2.2

roots

numbers.

1. LCM-HCF Simplified

2. Remainders: one number and two divisors

After this is done, you have to solve all questions from your quant book. Even

solve the already solved sums given in the “illustrations”. Refer to bottom of

this article “Appendix A3″, for what to prepare what to skip from Rajesh /

Sarvesh.

1. (1998) A man bought two clocks A and B for total Rs.650. He sold A at 20%

profit and B at 25% loss. If he had kept selling price of both clocks the

same, then what were the cost prices of each clock? Ans. It requires your

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understanding of linear equation, percentages and profit loss. A’s cost price

250, and B’s 400.

2. (2002) Trader fixed the price of an article in such way that by giving a rebate

of 10%, he made profit of 15%. If the cost of the article is Rs.72, what is the

selling price? Ans. 92 rupees.

3. (2005) Left pan of a faulty weigh weighs 100 gms more than the right pan.

Shopkeeper keeps the weight measure in left pan while buying goods but

keeps it in the right pan while selling goods. He only uses 1 kg weight. If he

sells goods at the listed cost price, what is his profit? Ans. gist of the

question is: he frauds 10% in buying and 10% in selling. So, on each trading

sequence.

Hint: Assume 1 gm costs 1 rupee. Find per unit price while buying and selling.

buying fraud of 100 gm per 1000 gm = 1100 gm

900 gm

Unit cost price per gram= Rs.1000 paid/ per 1100 unit SP =Rs. 1000 got/ per 900 gm

gm bought sold

4. (2010) two numbers X and Y are respectively 20% and 28% less than third

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5. (2010) Difference between simple interest from two banks on Rs.500 for

two years is Rs.2.5, what is the difference between their rates? Ans. 0.25%

exercises given in NCERT, but still solve NCERT as warm-up exercise for

multiplication and division.

Class 7 Ch8

Class 8 Ch8

following articles:

without (stupid) formulas

2. Compound Interest Rate, Population Growth without Formulas

3. Alligation: Advanced applications in Interest rates, Profit-loss,

Average Wages (Wine-Water Concept)

4. Product Consistency: If Sugar price increases then consumption

should be Decreased by What %, Time-Speed-Distance problems,

After this is done, you have to solve all questions from your quant book. Even

solve the already solved sums given in the “illustrations”. Refer to bottom of

this article, for what to prepare what to skip from Rajesh / Sarvesh.

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1. (1998) If 15 pumps of equal capacity can fill a tank in 7 days, then how many

extra pumps will be required to fill the tank in 5 days? Ans.6 (you can solve

this as “pipes n cisterns / speed-time-distance problem also. ultimately it’s

a problem of inverse relation between speed vs time)

2. (2002) Amit Shah started a business with investment of Rs.30,000. Rahul

Gandhi joined after some time and invested Rs.20,000. At the end of year,

profit was divided in the ratio of 2:1. After how many months did Rahul join

the business? Ans. 3 months

3. (2013) in a rare coin collection, there is one gold coin for every three non-

gold coins. 10 more gold coins are added to the collection and the ratio of

gold coins to non-gold coins would be 1: 2. Based on the information; the

total number of corns in the collection now becomes what? Ans. 90

4. (2013) Out of 120 applications for a post, 70 are male and 80 have a driver’s

license. What is the ratio between the minimum to maximum number of

males having driver’s license? Ans. 3:7

5. (2013) the tank-full petrol in Arun’s motor-cycle lasts for 10 days. If he

starts using 25% more every day, how many days will the tank-full petrol

last? Ans. 8 days.

6. (2013) In a garrison, there was food for 1000 soldiers for one month. After

10 days, 1000 more soldiers joined the garrison. How long would the

soldiers be able to carry on with the remaining food? Ans. Inverse variation

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7. (NCERT Class8) There are 100 students in a hostel. Food provision for

them is for 20 days. How long will these provisions last, if 25 more students

join the group? Ans. 16 days.

8. (NCERT Class8) The scale of a map is given as 1:30000000. Two cities are 4

cm apart on the map. Find the actual distance between them. Ans.1200

and profit-sharing made Easy.

PS: Even those good at Maths MUST do the sums from Class8 Chapter 13.

7 8 percentages. too rudimentary stuff, use it just for warm up exercise for

multiplication and division.

Basics of variation.

page 207 example5 interesting

Page 208 exercise 13.1 Question 5 to 10

Page 212 example 7, 8 and 9. Question 8. MOST IMPORTANT- how

8 13 long the food will last. This type of questions asked in CSAT.

Understand the concept well.

Exercise 13.2 Q4 to 11. Notice Q5, its identical to the ‘food lasting’

problem.

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Then solve your Quant book. Refer appendix for what to prepare, what to skip.

This is fourth block, because these sums also test your understanding of Linear

Equation (H1), LCM (H2), Percentages (H3) and ratios (H4). But Juntaa directly

starts preparing STDW without learning first four blocks because last time

UPSC asked many MCQs from STDW. Such quickfix-shortcut-moodswing based

preparation usually lead to #EPICFAIL. You need good command over all those

basic concepts from H1 to H4. Proceed in a systematic manner.

1. (2001) A worker reaches his factory 3 minutes late if his speed from his

house to the factory is 5 km/hr. If he walks at a speed of 6km/hr, then he

reaches the factory 7 minutes early. The distance of the factory from his

house is ___? Ans 5 km

2. (2004) Two cars X and Y starts from two places A and B respectively which

are 700km apart at 9 a.m. Both the cars run at an average speed of 60

km/hr. Car X stops at 10 a.m. and again starts at 11 a.m., while the other car

Y continues to run without stopping. When do the cars cross each other?

Ans 3:20PM

3. (2005) Aryan runs at a speed of 40meters/minute. Rahul follows him after

an interval of 5 minutes and runs at a speed of 50 meters/minute. Rahul’s

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dog runs at a speed of 60 meters/minute and starts along with Rahul. The

dog reaches Aryan and then comes back to Rahul, and continues to do so

till Rahul reaches Aryan. What is the total distance covered by the dog? Ans

1200m

4. (2007) A and B can complete work together in 5 days. If A works at twice his

speed and B at half of his speed, this work can be finished in 4 days. How

many days would it take for A alone to complete his job? Ans 10 days

5. (2010) Three men start together to travel the same way around a circular

track of 11km. Their speeds are 4, 5.5 and 8 kmph respectively. When will

they meet at the starting point for the first time? Ans 22 hours

6. (2012) Mr. Kumar drives to work at an average speed of 48km/hr. The time

taken to cover the first 60% of the distance is 10 minutes more than the

time taken to cover the remaining distance. How far is his office? Ans. 40

km

7. (2013) A person can walk a certain distance and drive back in six hours. He

can also walk both ways in 10 hours. How much time will he take to drive

both ways? Ans. 2 hrs

8. (2013) A thief running at 8 km/hr is chased by a policeman whose speed is

10 km/hr. If the thief is 100 m ahead of the policeman, then the time

required for the policeman to catch the thief will be what? Ans. 3 min

9. (2013) A train travels at a certain average speed for a distance of 63 km and

then travels a distance of 72 km at an average speed of 6 km/hr more than

its original speed. If it takes 3 hours to complete the total journey, what is

the original speed of the train in km/hr? Ans.42 kmph

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NCERT not much useful here, because it runs on the LCM method and doesn’t

dwell on all varieties of questions.

2. Speed time work “A can complete a work in….”, “pipe A can fill the tank in …”

etc.

All of these can be solved through just one formula: STD (speed x time

=distance). Go through following articles:

Time-speed-Distance Time-speed-work

(Time, Speed, Distance)

made easy

2. Boats and Streams made-

easy using our STD-Table 1. [Speed Time Work] Two Men can finish a

Method work, A is 3x more efficient than B, B

3. Average Speed made easy leaves before completion & variety of

without Formulas cases

4. STD table : Application in 2. [Speed Time Work] Three men can finish a

train man bridge, time work in x days, A & B start work, C joins

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5. Time n Distance: Early and special cases

late to office (shortcut 3. Time n Work: 4 men and 6 women can

using product consistency complete a work in 8 Days then

method)

6. Product Consistency:

Time-Speed-Distance

problems

Once you’ve understood this STD table concept, then apply it while solving the

illustrations and exercises given in your quant book.

1. (1996) If the average of A, B and C is 14. Twice the sum of B and C is 30.

What is the value of A? Ans. 27

2. (1997) the average monthly income of a person in a certain family of 5 is

Rs.1000. What will be monthly average income of person in the same family

if the income of one person increased by Rs. 12,000 per year? Ans. 1200

3. (2011) A student on her first 3 tests received an average score of N points.

If she exceeds her previous average score by 20 points on her fourth test,

then what is the average score for the first 4 tests? (Ans. N+5)

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questions asked in aptitude exams. They mainly deal from “Statistics” angle.

(Statistics is asked but low-priority for CSAT).

Decrease in Average Shortcut method explained

[Aptitude] Averages: More than two elements added / removed :

shortcut technique explained

[Aptitude] Alligations,Mixtures,Alloys: Water,Milk,Wine mixing:

Weighted Average Made Easy for CSAT,CAT,CMAT,IBPS Aptitude

[Aptitude Q] Mixture and Alligiation: Change Alcohol concentration from

15% to 32%

[Aptitude] Alligation: Advanced applications in Interest rates, Profit-

loss, Average Wages (Wine-Water Concept)

Then solve all the illustrations and examples from your Quant book.

if you really want to learn the basics, consult following NCERT chapter

(although quite unnecessary because everyone knows this much basic.)

class ch

7 3

9 14

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10 14

GRAPHICAL TEXTUAL

2. bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs 2. Tabulation

degree C with respect to time of two liquids P,Q are shown in the

graph given below:

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2. At no point of time during heating did the two liquids have the same

temperature

3. P attained the temperature of 100 degree C faster than Q

4. Q attained the temperature of 100 degree C faster than P

ANSWER. (d)

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2. C led all the way

3. D ran faster than others in the later part of the race.

Answer choices

2. 1 and 2 false, while 3 correct

3. 1 and 3 correct while 2 false

4. 1 is correct; 2 and 3 false.

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hint: you should add numbers on both axis, then find what time each took to

finish the race. you’ll see “D” won the race.

1. 1,2 and 4

2. 3 and 4

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3. 2 and 3

4. 1,3 and 4

ANSWER.(b)

two students,Q and R for learning a Mathematics lesson:

the lesson

2. Q started slowly and finished learning the lesson earlier than R

3. R was always faster than Q in learning Mathematics

4. Q was always faster than R in learning Mathematics

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ANSWER.(a)

Hint: add numbers on both axis, then you’ll see who is learning to what pace.

You’ll also find odd graphs in last three CSAT papers (attached at bottom of this

article). I’m not copying them here because more images=slower loading

webpage.

I call them odd graphs because usually unseen in other aptitude exams, even

CAT. But these graphs are not falling from sky, topic is given in NCERT. First

understand following concepts from NCERT Class8, Chapter 15 “Graphs”

Page 235-36: Example2 car average speed graph

Exercise 15.1: Q1 Patient’s temperature

Page 237-38 Q3. growth of two plants A and B

Page 238: Weather forecast vs actual temperature graph

Page 239: understand the concept in Q7

In the real CSAT, usually they don’t give numbers on the axis. But if you want to

solve them with NCERT technique, then you’ve to write numbers on your own

understanding. Observe following image

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Once you add numbers like this, it becomes very easy to compare P vs Q and

eliminate options accordingly.

You’re unlikely to find such ‘odd graphs’ practice questions easily. They’re

usually not asked in Bank and CAT. Although they’re sporadically asked in CDS,

CAPF and SCRA exams (For all four major exams of UPSC, the Examiner seems

to be utilizing the same DI Question bank from the secret server in the

basement of UPSC Headquarter). But again cost:benefit not that great IF you

start digging through all previous papers of CDS, CAPF and SCRA = too time

consuming exercise. Anyways, you will find a few such question under

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1. aptitude manuals

2. CST magazine’s mock tests.

You don’t have to specifically buy them only for the “ODD graphs”. Borrow

whatever you can from library / friend circle.

I’m not adding their samples questions here, because dozens of images

=slow loading webpage, especially on mobile browser.

But you’ll find the samples in the last 3 CSAT papers attached below the

article.

Difficulty wise- above SSC and little below BankPO

Often require lengthy calculation and long divisions, you’ve to do 10%, 20%, 25% of

even prime numbers (17,19, 23,37 etc.). something and you’ll get the

answer.

statements and ask which

one of them are correct as

requires you to find exact mathematical answer. per the given chart.

often the four options are very close Meaning they don’t usually

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wrong choices by logic or guestimation, you’ve to mathematical answer.

do exact calculation without any mistakes. Although you’ve to do

maths /apply logic to

eliminate the wrong

statements.

usually make a combo of

two pie charts OR Same

1 pie chart + 1 bar graph or

1 pie chart + 1 table.

To get a basic overview of Pie charts, bar graphs etc you can consult NCERT

class8 chapter 5. But as such it doesn’t contain any street smart tricks OR sums

relevant to CSAT. Therefore, to gain command you’ve to get practice. Where to

get practice DI sets?

2. CAT sets will be an overkill. so avoid

3. Hence your best bet is bank PO exam papers. But even in them, avoid sets

that require lengthy calculations and long divisions. Yes but where to get

BankPO papers? Ans. hit the library and

go through monthly issues of Pratiyogita Darpan or banking service

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chronicle

CST (Civil service times) magazine gives demo CSAT papers with DI

Arihant/Kiran publication books papersets

Quant books usually don’t give many DI sets –whether it’s Rajesh, Sarvesh or

Arun Sharma. It’s a clever marketing trick to sell another separate book for DI.

But for CSAT DI, you don’t need any separate book. Also don’t waste time on

internet gathering bank papers – they’re usually too scattered and bad PDF

quality. Just hit the library and go through those magazines.

DI -3 : Ve nn Diagrams

can speak only English and some can speak only Hindi. 10 students can

speak both English and Hindi. If the number of students who can speak

English is 21, then how many can speak Hindi, how many can speak only

Hindi and how many can speak only English ? Ans. 39,29 and 11

respectively

2. [2000] In an examination, every candidate took Physics or Mathematics or

both. 65.8% took Physics and 59.2% took Mathematics. The total number of

candidates was 2000.How many candidates took both Physics and

Mathematics? Ans. 500

3. [2001] In a survey,it was found that 80% of those surveyed owned a car

while 60% of those surveyed owned a mobile phone. If 55% owned both a

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car and a mobile phone, what percent of those surveyed owned a car and a

mobile phone or both? Ans. 85%

4. [2011-II] There are 100 students in a particular class. 60% students play

cricket, 30% student play football and 10% students play both the games.

What is the number of students who play neither cricket nor football?

Ans.20

2. mathematical Venn diagrams (that we’ll see here)

D o n ’ t as s u m e A+B=t o t al

tea…..blah blah blah..find total people in the society.

drinkers+ Only coffee drinkers+ (Those

Total people in society =+ only tea

who drink both tea & coffee)

drinkers+ only coffee drinkers+ (those

who drink both tea & coffee) + Those who drink neither tea nor

coffee (n)

This is juntaa’s most common mistake in Read the question description carefully. If

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Venn diagram. they forget about “n” and when required take n=0.

As such Venn diagram is class11 topic but UPSC has repeatedly asked it both in

pre-CSAT and CSAT era. Perhaps, examiner considers it “Reasoning” and not

“maths”. Nonetheless, Venn diagram is a very easy “NO EXCUSE” topic. At max it

should take ~3 hours to finish this topic at home.

16

the concept from those colored regions in those five image boxes.

Formula of n(AUBUC). As such you can solve 3 circle Venn diagrams with just

21 logic of “this portion minus that portion”. but sometimes problems are trickier

and you need this formula.

27 Q.13 to 16

After this, solve all the sums in your Quant book (+ whatever sums you get in

Pratiyogita, CST etc.)

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expenditure of Government of India in 1989-90 and 1994-95 : Expenditure Head

(percent to total)

Based on this table, it can be said that the Indian economy is in poor shape

because the Central government continues to be under pressure to :

2. Spend more and more on interest payments

3. Reduce expenditure on subsidies

4. Spend more and more as grants-in-aid to State government/Union

Territories

ANSWER.(b)

3. (2000) A club has 108 members. Two-thirds of them are men and the rest

are women. All members are married except for 9 women members. How

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4. (2001) A city has a population of 3,00,000 out of which 1,80,000 are males.

50% of the population is literate. If 70% of the males are literate, the

number of literate females is __.? Ans 24,000

You can solve Q3 and Q4 by directly framing linear equations. but table = less

changes of error.

similar, but the main difference: the players in a tabular questions will not have

“overlapping”. Observe

members. Total female are **, blah blah people drink both coffee and

blah…..then find __. tea…..blah blah blah..find total

2. in a company ** people work in HR, ** people in the society.

people work in R&D, ** people work in 2. in a society ** people own car,

marketing blah blah blah….then find ___. ** own bike….blah blah blah

woman is woman. You can make two

columns: union vs non-union and further Overlapping circles are possible,

two sub columns man vs woman. people who like tea, may also like

same way, Person who works in HR cannot coffee. Those who own car, may

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work in R&D at the same time. These are all also own bike.

separate columns. no overlapping circles.

This is not difficult, but juntaa doesn’t practice at home so in the exam they

cannot decide which way to proceed- Should I make table OR Venn

diagram? So, they simply start scribbling data either in table or in Venn

diagram, until they get nowhere after 10-15 minutes of calculation.

Then they try second approach, but make silly mistakes in addition /

multiplication so finally after wasting 20 minutes they leave the sum.

This is one of the main reasons why people cannot finish paper on time

and fail in the CSAT.

DONOT start scribbling numbers, UNLESS you know exactly how you’re

going to reach the answer.

Keep an eye on the wrist watch. DONOT spend so much time on a single

question, even if it’s “Data interpretation”.

NCERTs not much useful here. You’ll find some questions within Venn diagram

chapter of your quant book. Beyond that

those years, UPSC had statistics and DI section under Mains syllabus and

they used to ask such tabulation questions.

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etc. but keep in mind, UPSC’s tabulation MCQs don’t involve that lengthy

calculations unlike IBPS/SBI.

1. [2005]A big rectangular plot of area 4320 meter square is divided into 3

square shaped smaller plots by fencing parallel to the smaller side of the

plot. However some area of land was still left as a square could not be

formed. So, 3 more square shaped plots were formed by fencing parallel to

the longer side of the original plot such that no area of the plot was left

surplus. What are the dimensions of the original plot? Ans. 120m x 36m

2. [2010]The diameters of two circular coins are in the ratio of 1:3. The smaller

coin is, made to roll around the bigger coin till it returns to the position

from where the, process of rolling started. How many times the smaller

coin rolled around the bigger coin? Ans.3 times

3. [1998]A square pond has 2m sides and is 1m deep. If it is to be enlarged,

the depth remaining the same, into a circular pond with the diagonal of the

square as diameter as shown in the figure, then what would be the volume

of the earth to be removed? Ans. (2pi-4)m3

How to proceed?

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Sarvesh Kumar

First NCERTs then No need to consult NCERT. Because he has neatly summarized

your quant book. all theorms, formula and special questions given in NCERTs.

220 example 15

221 example 16

225-26 Example 20, 21, 22. Similar park-road question asked in 1997

201 example 2

205 ex.6

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sequence:

211-

Cuboids area related sums

213

Cuboid volume related sums. 1995: UPSC asked question similar to example

227-28

11.

229-

Cylinder volume related sums

231

Class10 Chapter 12

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230 Q3, 8, 9

231 Q10 to 14

231- all illustration and sums important for CSAT. They keep asking such combo

238 images and shaded areas.

Class10 Chapter 13

This chapter deals with volume of ‘combo’ figures. Semi-sphere above a cube &

so on. Solve all the illustration and exercises given here.

– next article, we see how to approach the medium and low priority topics

under mathematics for CSAT.

https://files.secureserver.net/0s4I32bAjTl3bm

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https://files.secureserver.net/0fmaNqqBDslHlc

Beyond NCERT, you’ll need to practice maximum sums from your quantitative

aptitude book. However, not all chapters / topics given in such books, are

important for CSAT. So, consult following PDF files on what topics to focus and

which topics to ignore:

for CSAT

2. Quantam CAT Sarvesh Kumar What to prepare what to skip for CSAT

U P S C C i v i l S e rv i c e [Studyplan] CSAT

Aptitude Paper 2:

S S C C G L : S ta f f s e l e c ti o n

Decision Making +

IB P S B a nk E xa ms Maths Medium & Low

priority topics, Sample

C D S : D e f e ns e S e rv i c e s

Questions, free

C A T /IIM M B A E ntra nc e studymaterial (part 3

of 3)

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Reasoning, analysis, previous papers, free studymaterial,

cutoffs (part 1 of 3)

shortcuts explained

Made Easy without differentiation

CAT shortcuts formulas approach explained

अब तक 74 कम स लखी गयी

Mrunal sir, can you please upload your ‘diary of mistakes’ for last minute revision here,

or that of anyone? Since we have very small time to make our own.. It will be very helpful

Reply

I was petrified when i saw the math in last year’s paper > Good that i stumbled across

this blog which has brought a lot of relief to me. I can now kick start my CSAT-2. Thank

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Reply

Murnal Bhai….Can We Prepare for CSAT from Banking Related Books….Or We Need to

buy new books….plz advice

Reply

Hi Mrunal

Ur pdf file “Fast track to Arithmetic Rajesh Verma What to prepare what to skip for CSAT”

description not matching with new revised 3rd Edition.

In pdf only mentioned Chapter numbers without title of the chapter. So cant understand

which chapter is imp and which to ignore.

For ex Linear system u mentioned ch27 but in this new ed ch 27 is Boat n stream. New ed

book not mentioned which ch newly introduced, I cant get old ed ch details from net

also. Pls kindly add ch titles or revise it for new ed.

Thanks

Reply

sir the plan u gave for rajeah kumar is not matching to the new edition…..for some

chapters it is very hard to guess coz u hav given page no only n the new book is revised

so chapters shuffeled….pls give chapter names rather than chap number….

thank you..

Reply

H6 averages and allegations , q3 from csat 2011.. the ans should be N+20.

Reply

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Hi Mrunal,

I cannot open the link of pdf file ” what to prepare and what to skip ” in the books of

Quantum cat(Sarvesh) and Fast track (Rajesh Verma). Kindly help

Thanks

Reply

no it okay ,N+5 ,my mistake..

Reply

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