Updated On : January 17, 2023

**Reader's Digest: **How to improve my calculation speed? Do you want to calculate like a pro for CLAT? Read this super exciting blog post to ease your preparation and walk you through Easy Calculation Techniques for CLAT 2024. So, why late? Let's dive into this blog post to learn short tricks and tips to speed up your calculations for the mathematics section.

Radhika and Ritvik were having a heated discussion. I don't think that anyone can solve Maths questions quickly, said Radhika. Ritvik replied, let me clear your cloud of doubts and suggest some of the most practical, easy calculation techniques for CLAT 2024.

He said that '*Mathematics is the scoring section in the CLAT exam. As per the revised exam pattern, the mathematics section would no longer have fundamental mathematical problems.'*

Instead, it will have data in tables, bar graphs, pie charts, or line graphs, and the questions will be based on the interpretation of the data.

To solve data interpretation questions, you must gain expertise and speed in calculations and logical reasoning. Fast calculation speed saves time in the exam and helps you get an edge over others.

However, calculation speed is a significant concern for many aspirants preparing for the Common Law Admission Test.

It is always beneficial if you are learning from scratch. With problems from 10th-grade mathematics, this section is considered the most uncomplicated section of the **CLAT exam**.

Even though the weightage of the mathematics section is the least in CLAT, you cannot afford to ignore this section.

If your fundamentals are clear, you can quickly solve questions and use the remaining time for other sections like legal and logical reasoning.

The following are some of the CLAT quantitative techniques that you can adopt to enhance your calculation speed:

- Unit digit method
- Digit sum method
- Approximation method

The digit-sum method, also known as the add-up method, can be used to check answers involving different arithmetic operations like division, addition, multiplication, subtraction, squares, square roots, cube roots, etc.

In this method, you have to convert any given number into a single digit by repetitively adding up all the digits of that number.

The following examples will help you understand the digit sum method better and enhance your **CLAT Maths preparation** levels.

**For Example:**

Find the digit sum of 999.

First, you have to add all digits of 999, then it becomes

9+9+9 = 27

Now, add all digits of the 27

2+7=9

Therefore, the digit sum of 999 is 9.

In the digit sum method, you can ignore the number 9, which adds up to 9. Let us understand this with the following example.

**Find the digit sum of 1239.**

Generally, in the digit sum method, you will add all the digits of the 1239 number.

1+2+3+9 = 15

Then, again find the digit sum value for 15

=1+5 = 6

Even if you ignored the 9 in 1239, the digit sum value would be 6

Now, skip nine and find the digit sum value only for 123.

1+2+3 = 6

In this method, we find the solution by taking the unit digit of the given numbers and trying to find out the unit digit of the answer will help you eliminate options in the exam.

We can find the answers using the unit digit method only for addition, subtraction, and multiplication. We can not find the solution for division using this method.

Using this method, you can easily enhance your calculation speed, which is the main factor in improving your **CLAT time management **skills.

**For example, **

The unit digit 245 is 5.

The unit digit of 79 is 9

Similarly, find the value of 637*1009*54*738*8041

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First, find the unit digit value for the above number, i.e.,

Unit digit of 637 is 7

Unit digit of 1009 is 9

Unit digit of 54 is 4

Unit digit of 738 is 8

Unit digit of 8041 is 1

Then, find the unit digit value of 7*9*4*8*1

Now, the unit digit value of 7*9 = 63= 3

3*4= 12 = 2

2*8= 16 = 6

6*1 = 6

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Therefore, the unit digit of 637*1009*54*738*8041 is "**6**".

Note that approximation questions are the ones where you can score marks easily without any errors if solved carefully and efficiently.

This is one of the best techniques that you can use while solving **quantitative technique questions for CLAT 2024**.

While solving approximation questions, first, you need to convert the decimal to the nearest value. Then, simplify the given equation using the new values you obtained after applying the approximation method.

**For example, **

The approximate value of 1134.67 is 1135.

Find the 324.99 of 48.07%.

First, convert the 324.99 value to the nearest value.

The approximate value becomes 325.

The approximate value of 48.07% is 48%.

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Now, it becomes 325*48/100

= 325/2.1

= 154.7

The approximate value of 154.7 is 155.

Therefore, the weight of 324.99 of 48.07% is 155.

*Summing Up - We conclude by discussing all the easy calculation techniques for CLAT. Revise these fantastic techniques to ace the Common Law Entrance Test. Share these toppers tips with your friends too. Good luck with your preparation! Happy Reading!*

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I better prepare for CLAT's Quantitative Techniques section?

Following the expert tips will help you to prepare better for the CLAT Quantitative Techniques section . Begin your preparation by studying from the right books, which cover all the concepts and topics according to the latest exam pattern. Make sure you know the detailed paper pattern and the latest CLAT exam syllabus before starting your preparation.

What are the best books for the preparation of the CLAT's Quantitative Techniques section?

To prepare for the CLAT's Quantitative Techniques section, you must choose the best books such as Quantitative Aptitude by Pearson, First Track Objective Arithmetic by Arihant, 30 days wonder for Maths S. Chand, Legal Aptitude (CLAT) by Samiksha Gupta and R.K Gupta.

How can I improve my accuracy in the CLAT exam?

You can easily improve your speed and accuracy in the CLAT Exam by solving as many sample papers as possible. Practising mock tests would improve your time management skills and problem-solving techniques. So, it is advisable to solve mock tests daily.

How many questions come in CLAT from the Mathematics section?

About 13-17 questions are asked from the Quantitative Techniques section of the CLAT exam.

What is the difficulty level of questions asked in the CLAT mathematics section?

Questions asked in CLAT Mathematics section are of Class 10 difficulty level.