Study Material on Quantitative Aptitude for SSC Higher Secondary level exam 2012: Profit and Loss

Shweta Shrivastava, an expert at jagranjosh has explained the concept of "profit & loss" with the help of an example to tutor aspirants preparing for upcoming SSC Higher Secondary Level Exam 2012.

Created On: Aug 2, 2012 01:25 IST
Modified On: Jul 19, 2013 14:26 IST

The Written Examination of the upcoming SSC Higher Secondary Level Exam to be conducted on 21 &28 October 2012 will consist of one objective type paper based on four parts namely:

• General Intelligence
• English Language (Basic Knowledge)
• Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)
• General Awareness

Quantitative Segment Questions are framed to test how capable are the aspirants in appropriately using numbers.The scope of the test will be computation of whole numbers, decimals, fractions & relationships between numbers; percentage & ratio, time & distance; profit, loss & discount; graphs of linear equations; basic algebraic identities; pie chart; trigonometric ratio, geometry etc.

Shweta Shrivastava, an expert at jagranjosh has explained the concept of "profit & loss" from the Quantitative Aptitude segment.Profit and loss is a very important branch of basic Mathematics.This branch deals with the study of Profit and loss made in the business as well as in our daily life. After studying the syllabus provided by SSC as wellas the previous question pattern it is clear that the questions based on profit and loss are scoring and can be solved easily using simple methods within a very short span of time.


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