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HTET syllabus- Quantitative Aptitude

The HTET is a state-level entrance examination that the Board of School Education administers in Haryana, Bhiwani. It is organized to evaluate the candidates’ aptitude and ability to meet the growing challenges of teaching at the Secondary, Elementary, and Senior Secondary levels.

HTET Syllabus

BSEH releases the HTET syllabus, which is different for each level. The HTET syllabus is designed to test the candidates’ mental ability and expertise in the particular subject. The subjects provided under each level are mentioned below:

HTET Syllabus: Level 1

Child Development and Pedagogy, Languages (Hindi and English), Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General Awareness, Mathematics, Environmental Studies

HTET Syllabus: Level 2

Child Development and Pedagogy, Languages (Hindi and English), Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, General Awareness, Subject Opted by the Candidates during form fill up(Social Studies/Science/Mathematics and others)

HTET Syllabus:Level 3

Child Development and Pedagogy, Languages (Hindi and English), Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, General Awareness, Subject Opted by the Candidates during form fill up(Social Studies/Science/Mathematics and others)

Quantitative Aptitude for HTET Aspirants

Quantitative aptitude is a crucial part of aptitude exams in India. The aptitude-based questions are incorporated in all types of exams to measure a candidate’s accuracy of calculations, mental numerical ability, and logical formula application. If you have been facing issues in maths from the school level, then cracking the aptitude sections of exams may seem a little daunting initially.

However, with adequate test practice, you can crack any competitive exam. Regular practice will keep you abreast with the new techniques, aptitude tricks, and evolving question patterns.

Let us jump this hurdle by covering all the Quantitative Aptitude topics exhaustively for an in-depth understanding of this subject: 

  • Number System          
  • Simplification  
  • Interest           
  • Percentage     
  • Ratios 
  • Profit/Loss and Discounts      
  • Mensuration   
  • Work and Time          
  • Speed, Distance and Time    
  • Ratio and proportion  
  • Algebra           
  • HCF & LCM   
  • Geometry       
  • Number of Figures
  • Number Series

Important Topics of Quantitative Aptitude

Data Interpretation and Analysis – 

Data Interpretations types include tabular DI, Line Graph, Bar Graph, Pie Chart, Radar or Spider Web DI, Caselet, and other miscellaneous Data Interpretations.

Number Series– Wrong number series, missing number series

Quadratic Equations or Inequalities– This also includes Quantity 1, Quantity 2 based questions.

Simplification and Approximation– These questions test the calculation speed of a candidate.

Arithmetic Word Problems – It involves word problems based on formulas and calculations on various miscellaneous arithmetic topics like Time, Work and Time, Problems on Age, Average, Percentage, Problem on Trains, Mensuration, Speed and Distance, Probability, Permutation, and Combination, Profit and Loss, etc.

Data Sufficiency– It covers various arithmetic topics. Generally, the question is followed by two or three statements. The candidates have to determine if any of the statements individually or together are required to fulfill the criteria given in the question.

Quantitative Aptitude Tests evaluate the numerical ability and the problem-solving skills of aspirants. The test is an integral part of a large number of important entrance exams for different fields. CAT, MAT, XAT, GMAT, and many other significant exams have Quantitative Aptitude as a significant section. Many companies consider their scores in their selection process. Topics that may be included in the aptitude exams are:


  • Number Properties
  • LCM, HCF
  • Divisibility
  • Remainder Theorem     


  • Fractions & Decimals, Ratio & Proportion, Square Roots
  • Simple & Compound Interest
  • Time & Speed, Unitary Method, Time & Work
  • Profit & Loss
  • Percentage & Discount


  • Simple Equations
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Polynomials
  • Exponents
  • Functions
  • Sets, Relations & Mappings:
  • Sets
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Relations
  • Functions


  • Areas of Triangle, Quadrilateral, and Circle
  • Volume of Cylinder, Cone, and Sphere


  • Triangles
  • Properties of Circle
  • Parallelogram


  • Mean
  • Median
  • Mode
  • Quartiles

Permutations and Combinations


How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude?

The aspirants can work on their speed, accuracy, time management, and concentration while attempting questions. Some of the tips that one should keep in mind are: 

  •  You must have in-depth knowledge of the exam pattern and syllabus of quantitative aptitude.
  • To prepare for quantitative aptitude, you must practice as much as possible daily. 
  • The more questions you attempt with 100% accuracy, the better your chance at scoring high in your exams. 
  • Practice for at least 30 minutes daily and track your progress on a weekly basis (every day) 
  • Attempt previous year question papers to get a better idea of the exam pattern and syllabus 
  • Always remember there is no shortcut for hard work. Practice smartly to the best of your efforts!

Every aspirant should note that you need proper practice and revision to score well and ace the examination. 

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