**IPMAT Maths Syllabus **is comparatively a tricky one as compared to other exams. This is because out of the three sections of the **IIM Indore **entrance examination, two are based on Quantitative ability. One section contains short answer type questions and the other consists of multiple-choice questions. **IIM Indore Admissions **are done based on the **Integrated Program in Management Aptitude Test** or the **IPMAT **conducted by the **IIM Indore **for the programs such as the five- year Integrated Program in Management that it offers. There are 3 sections in the question paper, and two of them are based on **quantitative ability** which requires the use of maths formulae you learnt in school. The questions are of moderate difficulty. The Quantitative Ability sections assess a candidateâ€™s skill in the calculation, basic mathematics, ability to comprehend a given set of data etc. This article will give you an idea about the **IPMAT Maths Syllabus **and the various tips to keep in mind to crack the exam.

**IPMAT Maths Syllabus**

The different subjects included in the section of **Maths for IPMAT **are:

- Averages and percentages
- Profit & Loss
- Ratio & Proportion
- Numbers
- Mixtures & Allegations
- Partnership
- Simple & Compound Interest
- Algebraic Formulae
- Linear & Quadratic Equations
- Roots, Indices, Surds
- Geometry: Lines, Angles & Triangles, Polygons
- Circles & Mensuration
- Time, Speed & Distance
- Determinants
- Vectors
- Pipes & Cisterns
- Permutations & Combinations
- Work-Related Problems
- Integration and Differentiation
- Probability

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**Specifics about the sections of Quantitative Ability**

Before moving onto the preparation tricks and tips regarding the **IPMAT Maths Syllabus**, you can read the specifics of the two sections of Quantitative Ability here, based on the 2020 **IPMAT **examination:

Section | No. of Questions | Time Allotted |

Quantitative Ability (Short Answers) | 10 | 30 minutes |

Quantitative Ability (Multiple Choice Questions) | 20 | 30 minutes |

The section break-down of the section of quantitative ability short answers is as follows:

Topic | No. of Questions |

Arithmetic | 2 |

Determinant | 1 |

Functions | 2 |

Geometry (Circles) | 1 |

Logarithm | 1 |

Permutation and Combination | 1 |

Probability | 1 |

Time, Speed, and Distance | 1 |

The section break-down of the section of quantitative ability multiple-choice questions is as follows:

Topic | No. of Questions |

Algebra | 2 |

Data Interpretation | 5 |

Geometry | 1 |

Logarithm | 2 |

Matrices and Determinant | 2 |

Number System | 1 |

Probability | 3 |

Sequence and Series | 1 |

Sets | 2 |

Trigonometry | 1 |

**Preparations Tips for IPMAT Maths Syllabus**

Given below are a few tips for preparing for the section **Maths for IPMAT**:

Before getting into the different tips and tricks, you have to understand that you have to be prepared in the two different levels of **Maths for DU JAT**. They are:

**Lower Level Maths: **This is the NCERT class 10^{th} level of mathematics which includes topics like:

- Arithmetic
- Number System
- Geometry, Coordinate Geometry and Mensuration
- Trigonometry
- Linear inequalities
- Sequence and Series
- Set theory & Venn Diagrams

**Higher Level Maths: **Maths topics 3-4 times greater than board-level like:

- Matrices & Determinants
- Relations and functions
- Limits & Calculus
- Vectors & 3D
- Permutations & Combinations
- Probability
- Complex Numbers

**Tips to keep in mind while preparing for IPMAT Maths Syllabus**

1) Practice a lot. Aspirants should make it a habit to practice Quantitative questions for at least 2 hours a day and cover every single topic in the syllabus.

2) For higher maths, concentrate on formulae. Candidates should brush up the fundamentals to develop the required competence.

3) Create shortcuts and your formulae to solve questions quickly.

4) Candidates can use previous year question papers to know question patterns.

5) Use practice papers to time yourself and check if this is the section you want to do first, last, or in the middle, whatever works for you.

6) Know the syllabus and the level asked. Do not over-prepare, especially if maths is your weak area.

7) Select your strength topics and your weak ones. See how you can develop both.

8) Write important formulae and stick them on a wall where they are the most visible so that you can keep refreshing them in your mind.

Explore the detailed preparation methods for the exam by **clicking here**.

**Best Study Materials**

Given below are the best books to refer to while preparing based on **IPMAT Maths Syllabus**:

- NCERT Maths 11
^{th}and 12^{th}textbooks *Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations*by Abhijit Guha-McGraw-Hill Education*The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations*by Dinesh Khattar*Quantitative Aptitude*by RS Aggarwal*30 Days Wonder Maths*by S Chand*Quantitative Aptitude*by NK Singh*Quantitative Aptitude*by Arihant

Given above are all the details regarding the **IPMAT **section of Quantitative Ability. Constant practice and understanding formulae are the two important steps in preparing for this section. Hope this article helped you in understanding the different tips and methods of preparing for the section based on **IPMAT Maths Syllabus**. **Click here** to read the analysis of previous year question papers.

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