Ultimate Tricks to Solve Percentage Questions [PDF] – Must Download

Shortcuts and Tricks to Solve Percentage Questions for SSC CGL, CHSL & IBPS Exams – PDF Download

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Percentage problems are quite common in the competitive exam question papers. As percentage problems are scoring and quick to solve if you are aware of the shortcuts and tricks used to solve these questions. Sometimes these tricks involves given option cross checking as well.

Shortcuts are tricks related to percentage concepts are must have and should be well practiced before going to the exam center. These shortcuts requires some level of practice on percentage based questions to effectively use them during the exam.

In this post we are sharing the most common and important shortcuts and tricks for percentage based problems in a consolidated PDF. 

This percentage tricks pdf is very important from exam point of view. All the aspirants of SSC CGL, CHSL, Bank, and Railway exams can download the pdf from the red button below.


► The base of percentage is always 100.

Example. Income of Chirag is increased by 40%

Which Means.

100% – represents the income of Chirag

40% – represents increment on the income of chirag

140% – represents the new income of Chirag.

► How to Denote x/y in terms of percentage :

As we know that x/y = (x/y× 100 )
Thus 1/8 = ( 1/8 ×100 )% = 12.5%
and 0.5 = ( 5/10 ×100 )% = 50%

► If the price of a asset increases by X%, then reduction in consumption as not to increase the expenditure is-
[ X/(100+X)×100 ] %
► If the price of a Asset commodity decreases by X%, then the increase in consumption as not to decrease the expenditure is –
[ X/(100-X)×100 ] %

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