Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Build Good Aptitude Skills = Get The Best Jobs In Campus Placements !

Hello everyone,

Today we will discuss about Aptitude Skills and why you need to develop it so that you get a job in your dream company!

An aptitude test is a systematic means of testing a job candidate's abilities to perform specific tasks and react to a range of different situations. The tests each have a standardized method of administration and scoring, with the results quantified and compared with all other test takers.

The most commonly used set of cognitive tests includes – abstract/conceptual reasoning, verbal reasoning and numerical reasoning. And problem solving ability.

Aptitude tests are very common part of campus recruitment drive, if you are are able to clear the aptitude round, you are already half way in getting selected for your job.

So it is very important that you start preparation and build your aptitude skills as early as possible, even if you are just in your first / second year of B.E, MBA MCA or any other courses. Developing Good Aptitude skills also helps you develop better reasoning skills and in your studies.

 So those who dream of getting placed in the best company, should start his/her preparation right away, it's never too late!

The Most Recommended book for Aptitude Skill development is Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal, you may find it in your college library. But it is always best to buy the book and study it whenever you are free, since that book might just help you get your DREAM JOB, so yea it's worth it.

You can buy the book off flipkart or any of the book stores near you, below I've added a link to Flipkart where you can buy the book at a small discount.  The link opens in Flipkart APP, so make sure you have the Flipkart APP or Click here to Download.

Summary Of The Book:

Competitive exams, whether they are conducted to select candidates for jobs, or for admission to post graduate and doctorate courses, test the numerical aptitude of the person taking the exam. These exams test a candidate's knowledge and skill in basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry etc. They also test the Quantitative Aptitude skills of the candidate. This book is divided into two sections. The first part covers arithmetical ability. The second part covers Data Interpretation. The first part begins by taking a look at Numbers, Average, Percentage, Decimal Fractions, H.C.F. and L.C.M., Square Roots and Cube Roots.