Insurance Exam Prep

Ace recruitment exams for the insurance sector using the most trusted and comprehensive content on Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, Current Affairs, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. Videos by our master trainers, Practice tests in the exam format, LIVE Problem Solving Sessions, Interaction on student forums, All-India Level Mock Exams with personalized learning plan and recommendations by Tia, will help you get fully-ready for these exams.

Insurance Exam Prep

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3 Months Validity

964 Video Lessons

39 LIVE Problem Solving Classes

50 Practice Tests

169 Reference Materials (eBooks)

All India Mock Tests

Personalised Test Result by Tia

What will you learn How will you crack the exam?
The complete range of topics from Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, General Awareness, Current Affairs and Computer Knowledge through videos by master trainers. Measure where you stand in these areas by writing All-India Mock Test in insurance exam patterns.
Weekly sessions by master trainers to clear doubts and cover advanced techniques and special tips. Get personalised study plan from Tia, based on your mock test performance.
Special sessions on preparation strategy and exam strategy. Practice through tests in actual exam format.


Quantitative Aptitude

Numerical Ability

  • Speed Maths, Approximations, Simplifications, Number Systems, LCM and HCF, Number series, Equations

Arithmetic Ability

  • Averages, Percentages, Profit and loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio and Proportion, Alligation and Mixtures, Ages, Partnerships, Time and Work, Pipes and Cisterns, Time and Distance, Boats and Streams

Pure Mathematics

  • Mensuration, Permutations and Combinations, Probability

Data Interpretation and Analysis

  • Data Interpretation, Set Theory, Caselets, Data sufficiency

Reasoning Ability

General Reasoning

  • Coding and Decoding, Ranking, Element Series, Directions, Alphabet

Logical Reasoning

  • Circular Arrangements, Linear Arrangements, Complex Assignments, Puzzles, Blood Relations, Coded Inequalities, Syllogisms, Machine Input-Output, Logical Series

Non-Verbal Reasoning

  • Figure Series

Critical Reasoning

  • Statements, Assumptions, Arguments, Conclusions, Cause and Effect, Course of Action

English Language

Fill in the Blanks

  • Single Blank, Double Blanks, Fill in the Blanks Made Easy


  • Para Jumbles, Sentence Jumbles, Jumbles Made Easy


  • Passage Completion, Story Based Passage, Article Based Passage, Short Passage, Cloze Passage, Theme Detection, Comprehension Made Easy


  • Kickstart Pack - 4 Key Concepts, Synonyms & Antonyms, Idioms & Phrases, One word Substitutions, Vocabulary Made Easy, Idioms & Phrases and collocations List, 30 Days to Master Vocabulary

Finding Errors

  • Error Types (1-21), Finding errors made easy, Sentence Improvement

Descriptive Paper

  • Essay Writing, Letter Writing

English Grammar

  • Parts of Speech, Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs and Tenses, Active and Passive, Infinitive, Participle, Gerund, Auxiliaries, Transitive and Intransitive, Adverbs, Adjectives, Degree of Comparison, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Phrase and Clause, Clause Analysis, Articles, Question Tags, Subject Verb Agreement, Direct And Indirect Speech

General Awareness and Current Affairs


  • Agriculture, Banking, Budget 2017, Exports, Facts, Food Security, Insurance, Land Reforms, Marketing, Oil and Gas, Ports, Power Industries, Railways, Urban and Rural Market


  • Historical Background, Features of Constitution, Preamble, Union and Its Territories, Citizenship, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy, Fundamental Duties, Central Govt, Parliament, State Govt., Center-State Relations, Union Territories, Constitutional Bodies, Right to Information, Important Articles


  • Pre-History, Indus Valley Civilization, Vedic Period, Mahajanapadas, Buddhism, Jainism, Mouryan Empire, The Sungas, Gupta Empire, Other Dynasties of Ancient India, Sources Literature and Science, Muslim Invasions, Delhi Sultanate, Religious Movements, Vijaynagar Kingdom, Mughal Emperors, 1857 Revolt, Queen's Proclamation, The Indian National Congress (INC), Muslim League, Home Rule, Khilafat Movement, Simon Commission, Purna Swaraj and Salt March, 1935 Act, Freedom Movements, INA and Independence Act, Events


  • Geographical location, Physiography of India, Lakes and Islands, Rivers, Climate, Soils and Rainfall, Agriculture and Crops, Minerals in India, Industries, Transport, Cities and Towns, Population, World Geo Facts


  • Biomolecules, Blood, Cell, Cloning, Diversity, Genetic Disorder, Genetic Engineering, Genetics, Nutrition, Stem Cells, Vaccines


  • Pre-History, Indus Valley Civilization, Vedic Period, Mahajanapadas, Buddhism, Jainism, Mouryan Empire, The Sungas, Gupta Empire, Other Dynasties of Ancient India, Sources Literature and Science, Muslim Invasions, Delhi Sultanate, Religious Movements, Vijaynagar Kingdom, Mughal Emperors, 1857 Revolt, Queen's Proclamation, The Indian National Congress (INC), Muslim League, Home Rule, Khilafat Movement, Simon Commission, Purna Swaraj and Salt March, 1935 Act, Freedom Movements, INA and Independence Act, Events


  • Ceramics, Common Substances, Electrolytes, Elements, Environmental Chemistry, Explosives, Fertilizers and Pesticides, Medicinal Chemistry, Polymers, Propellants, Radioactivity, Soaps and Detergents


  • Basic Laws, Electricity, Heat, Magnetism, Non-invasive Imaging, Nuclear Physics, Optics, Particle Physics, Pressure and Gravity, Waves


  • Important Days, Important Head-Quarters, Countries, Capital and Currency, Famous Books or Plays, Nobel Prize Recepient, Sports and Trophies, Various Sciences, Biodiversity

Personalised Coaching and Feedback

Writing practice tests is the first part. Our unique bot Tia, makes for highly efficient and effective preparation, by helping you see the specific strengths and weaknesses and designing a customised plan for you! Follow Tia’s plan and you will be on a sure footed path to your job.

How does Tia help?

  1. Map your major strengths and weakness
  2. Match your scores in comparison to peers
  3. Help you in smartly managing your time and speed
  4. Recommend a weekly learning plan
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1. Related to TalentSprint's Online Platform:

I Click here see the Course Mindmap of Quantitative Aptitude for Bank Exams.
II Click here to see the Course Mindmap of Reasoning Ability for Bank Exams.
III Click here to see the Course Mindmap of English Language for Bank Exams..
You can learn with topic-level videos guided by workbooks. Click here to watch an explainer video.
You can get your doubts clarified by simply posting your questions in the discussion forum. These questions will be answered either in the forum or taken up by the expert faculty in the LIVE Problem Solving sessions. Click here to watch an explainer video.
Topic Tests, Subject Tests and Full-length Tests in the exam formats are available for your through practice at different levels. In addition to these, All India Mock (AIM) exams are conducted on weekends to benchmark your performance vis-a-vis others who are using our online platform. Click here to watch an explainer video.
Follow these steps to take mock tests:
I. Click on Mock Tests in the QuickLinks (top-right) of your dashboard.
II. Click on Subject Test/Full-Length Test tab to get the list of tests available.
III. Choose the test you wish to take and click Take Test to start.
Yes. In addition to the video library along with work books, and mock tests, you will have access to downloadable material (pdfs) for reference and additional practice. Click here to watch an explainer video.
Discussion forums are very useful to interact with your fellow-students and get your doubts clarified. You can also showcase your knowledge by helping others who have posted their queries in the discussion forums. Remember, helping others by explaining the solutions to their questions will make your smarter. So make the most out of the discussion forum. Click here to watch an explainer video.
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I. Click on course (Quantitative Aptitude/Reasoning/English/General Awareness/Current Affairs) in which you have missed a LIVE session.
II. Go to the courseware.
III. Click on LIVE Sessions - Doubts Clarification for missed Problem Solving sessions and click on LIVE Sessions - Exam Refreshers for missed Refresher sessions
IV. Look for the recorded archive of missed Problem Solving sessions by date and the recorded archive of missed Refresher sessions by exam name.
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