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How to Prepare Quantitative Aptitude for LIC AAO 2022 Exam

How to Prepare Quantitative Aptitude for LIC AAO 2022 Exam

How to Prepare Quantitative Aptitude for LIC AAO 2022 Exam – The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is the country’s largest insurance corporation. Many candidates in India who are looking for stability, dream of becoming an Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) in LIC. The reason for this is a combination of employment security and comfort.

However, to become an Assistant Administrative Officer you have to clear the Life Insurance Corporation Assistant Administrative Officer exam popularly known as LIC AAO conducted at the national level by the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) every year.

The recruitment process has three stages i.e., Prelims exam (objective type test), Mains exam (descriptive type test) followed by a personal interview round. Out of the three subjects (Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language) in which the candidate is tested, Quantitative Aptitude is the most challenging and can decide your entry in Life Insurance Corporation as an Assistant Administrative Officer. 

On that note, let’s talk about a few simple yet crucial tips that can help you fetch a good score in the quantitative aptitude section of the LIC AAO exam.

Topic-wise Quantitative Aptitude Preparation Tips For LIC AAO 2022 Exam

Simplification

Daily practice of 20 questions will help you improve your calculation speed, which will be beneficial throughout the section.

Profit and Loss

You can expect at least 2 to 3 questions from this topic in both prelims and mains examinations. Furthermore, data interpretation questions also demand the use of concepts of profit, loss, and discount. With that said, get clarity in concepts, learn important formulas and short tricks and then put it into practice by solving previous year’s papers and similar exercises.

Time and Distance/ Time and Work

These are some of the other topics that are frequently asked as data interpretation questions. So, once again, start with a basic book and work your way up to a more difficult level. Clear the basics of these topics and the relation between time and distance as well as time and work.

Mixture and Alligation

Since this is an application-based chapter, you can ask both DI and questions. It’s important to keep in mind that this principle can be applied to a variety of notions. As a result, make sure you read it thoroughly because it will assist you in completing the next chapters. 

Simple and Compound Interest

Learn tables, squares, and cubes till 25 because this topic demands a lot of practice in addition to the formula. These questions involve a lot of calculations and rough work, therefore mental calculation and the aforementioned tips can help you speed up your calculation and hence save time.

Data Sufficiency

These questions were previously only asked in the mains, however, they are now also asked in the prelims. The only variation is the difficulty level. As a result, you must plan accordingly. Prelims are the initial step, so take it easy on yourself and practice moderate-type questions. 

Furthermore, the questions can be based on Ratios and Proportion, Algebraic Equations, profit and loss, simple and compound interest and other topics. Therefore, you will only be able to solve these questions if you have a thorough understanding of concepts in the aforementioned topics.

Data Interpretation

Students are expected to interpret information presented in a specific format. Because it makes up the majority of the questions, this is one of the most difficult elements of the section, so make sure you practise it thoroughly. 

To improve your speed, perform daily sectional tests. As expert suggestions to prepare for the LIC AAO Quantitative Ability part asks, practise 5 sets each on Tabulation, Pie Chart, Line Graph, Bar Graph, and Miscellaneous DI questions incorporating word problems.

Quadratic Equation and Number Series

These are a few areas where you can simply get bonus marks and shine. Go over these topics again, making sure you don’t forget anything and maintaining accuracy. Learn factorization, quadratic formula and algebraic identities to solve quadratic equations with ease. 

Practice different types of number series, such as Arithmetic Series, Mixed Series, Perfect Square Series, Perfect Cube Series, and others, which can be asked in banking exams.

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