GATE Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Solutions for Electrical Engineering is a PDF file that is available here to download free of cost. GATE Candidates can use those questions to practice for their exam preparations. In the GATE Exam Quantitative aptitude questions carry a good amount of weightage. You can check GATE Latest Syllabus to check GATE subject wise weightage for electrical engineering.
Along with the syllabus we are also providing a total of 7 practice sets and complete sets of theoretical books for each topic of quantitative aptitude.
Quantitative Aptitude for competitive examinations online or offline, it is used in all the medium and almost all types of competitive exams. Therefore in the GATE examination it plays an important role. It does not have many chapters to study. But the questions are pretty unique and enjoyable. Also, one needs to give an ample amount of time on these topics to get good marks without any hassle.
Below are the complete lists of chapter names and topics names which gate students will have to study. Look at them and prepare accordingly.
S. No 
Chapters Name 
Topics 

Simple Equations 
One Equation in One Unknown, One Equation in Two Unknowns, One Equation in Three Unknowns, Additional Cases in Linear Equations 

Ratio Proportion Variation 
Ratio, Proportion, Variation, Direct Variation, Inverse Variation, Joint Variation 

Numbers 
Rule of Signs, Classification of Real Numbers, Perfect Numbers, Hierarchy of Arithmetic Operations, Numbers of Factors of a Number, Involution and Evolution, LCM & HCF Models, Successive Divisions, Factorial, Number Systems, Conversions, Binary Arithmetic 

Percentage, Profit & Loss 
Percentage, Percentage Points, Profit and Loss, Partnerships, Stocks and Shares 

Simple Interest & Compound Interest 
Interest, S.I, Compound Interest, Compounding More Than Once a Year, Present Value, Repayment in Equal Instalments 

Averages, Mixtures & Alligations 
Averages, Mixtures, Alligations 

Time and Work 
Work and Time, Pipes and Cisterns, Unitary Method 

Time and Distance 
General Problems on Time, Speed and Distance, Speed, Relative Speed, Average Speed, Boats and Streams, Races and Circular Tracks 

Indices, Surds & Logarithms 
Indices, Surds, Rationalization of Surd, Square root of a Surd, Comparison of Surds, Logarithms 

Quadratic Equations 
Quadratic Equations, Nature of Roots, Signs of Roots, Finding the Roots by Factorization, Finding the Roots by Formula, Sums and Product of Roots of a Quadratic Equations, Constructing a Quadratic Equation, Maximum or Minimum Value of a Quadratic Expression 

Inequalities 
Inequalities and Modulus, Symbols and Notations, Absolute Value, Properties of Modulus 

Progressions 
Progression, AP, GP, Infinite Geometric Progression, Some Important Results 

Permutations and Combinations 
Permutations, Combinations, Total Number of Combinations, Dividing Given Items into Groups, Circular Permutations, Rank of a Word, Arrangements 

Data Interpretation 
Methods of Presenting Data, Data Table, Pie Charts, TwoDimensional Graphs 
GATE Aptitude Questions help candidates to assess their understanding of the topics such as Average, Profit & Loss, Ap, GP, etc. Here students are required to have good practice on these topics. The best way to practice is to solve questions. In Electrical Engineering candidates are required to have good logical and mathematical questions solving skills. Which can be developed over time with the practice. Therefore we have provided the Mock Test papers for reasoning topics. You can easily download them for free of cost.
The questions and PDF of aptitude which we are providing has some features that you might consider valuable to know before downloading them
Quantitative Aptitude is a way to assess the individual person’s capability in handling the numerical or mathematical questions. Actually you can say it is purely mathematics that includes the questions from the basic standards: such as Number System, Arithmetic, Data Interpretation etc. These questions are usually solved through having a good understanding in basic maths, logical and analytical thinking skills.