# Master CCAT- 8 hours MATH course- Tricks & Practice sessions

Numerical Aptitude for Criteria Cognitive aptitude test and Wonderlic aptitude test

What you’ll learn

• Fundamentals of CCAT Math.
• Short tricks.
• Practice session for improved efficiency.
• Time management.

Course Content

• INTRODUCTION –> 3 lectures • 4min.
• Numbers –> 13 lectures • 48min.
• Fractions and Division –> 14 lectures • 1hr 6min.
• Percentages –> 10 lectures • 43min.
• Averages –> 12 lectures • 1hr 3min.
• Ratios –> 16 lectures • 1hr 31min.
• Data Interpretation and Analysis(Data tables, Bar plots and Pie charts) –> 14 lectures • 1hr 19min.
• Miscellaneous Topics and problems –> 6 lectures • 1hr 12min.

Requirements

• Addition, subtraction division and multiplication.

This Course covers numerical Aptitude for CCAT. Numerical Aptitude or Basic Mathematics is a very important section in CCAT or Wonderlic. We can expect around 16-20 questions from Numerical part and this is the most time consuming section in your test. This course divides numerical aptitude in to certain topics and again In every topic basics, fundamentals are explained with the help of Quick tricks. Here, Quick trick is a formula, or a rule which helps you to solve the question in less time. A set of solved examples are followed by every quick trick to enhance your problem solving ability. This course is meticulously designed to meet your CCAT and Wonderlic -Numerical aptitude requirements.

Mr. Udaya Bhaskar, an experienced faculty who teaches quantitative aptitude for various competitive examinations for higher education and Job preparation. He formulated and summarised all the tricks and concepts that are required for CCAT and explained in this course. His teaching experience and analytical ability is reflected in this course.

The Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test(CCAT) is a general pre-employment aptitude test which measures your problem solving abilities, learning skills and critical thinking.

Quick facts:

1. Duration                                                           :15 Minutes
2. Number of questions                                       : 50
3. Negative Marking                                             : No
4. Calculator                                                          : Not allowed
5. Points                                                                : All questions carry equal points

Test Topics:

1. Numerical Ability( Basic Mathematics)
2. Reasoning Ability(Basic logical thinking)
3. Verbal Ability
4. Spatial Aptitude

CCAT is all about time management. Questions would be simple to moderate in level. But hardly you will get 18 seconds to answer a question.

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