We have analysed the marks weight-age for each chapter on Quantitative Aptitude for the past 12 exams. Here’s the breakdown :
-Ratio & Proportion -3 to 5 marks
-Equations -2 to 4 marks
-Inequalities -1 to 2 marks
-Simple and compound interest -4 marks
-Permutations and combinations-3-5 marks
-Arithmetic Progression-Last year about 6 q’s were asked (Important chapter)
-Sets,funs,relations- 1-3 marks
-Limits -1-3 marks
-Differentiation & Integral calculus- 5 marks sure ( Important chapter )
-Statistical description- 2-4 marks
-Measures of Central Tendency- 5 marks (Important )
-Correlation and Regression -3 -4 marks.
-Probability- 4-6 marks (Very important Chapter)
-Distributions – 3-4 marks
-sampling -3 marks
-Index number -2 marks.
Based on our analysis
*Correlation and distributions.
If you study these chapters in detail then you can be very confident about scoring at least 30 marks.