Data Interpretation Practice Sets
Data Interpretation ( DI ) and Analysis ( DA ) is Very time consuming Topic in any Common written exam Like IBPS,SBI PO,SSC, Clerical etc. In IBPS exam if you Solve even Just 60% of the Data Inpretation questions its clear that you have Passed the Maths Section.
Why Data Interpretation is Important for Bank exam ?
If you are a PO or even in a clerical Department in any Bank, You have to work with Deposit ,Withdrawal etc. figures. There is no such day on which no statistical work is done. So every bank wants the employers who can take decisions and Knows well how to Calculate these statical data Just in few seconds so bank performs its work smoothly.
Data Interpretation :-
As all of you know Data can be written or represented in 4 Forms
- Numrical :- Data in numerical form
2. Table Form :- Data in Tabular form
3. Mixed form :- Data in Mix Form
4. Graphical form Like Line ,Bar graph etc.
DATA INTERPRETATION PRACTICE SETS
Data Interpretation Set 29
Data Interpretation Set 50
Must Have Tips for Data Interpretation
1. Always keep in your Mind that in the circular Graph or Charts 100% =360 Degree .
2.Formulas and Full Concept of Percentage ,Average, Approx. Value and Ratio.
3.While solving keeps in mind that which Type of Graph is using in the question this will help you to get the correct answer.
4.First Read the Question and try to interrupt in the question as the Topics says DATA INTERPRETATION. Because every bank wants the PO who can handle and Play with numbers of Figures just in few seconds and not just calculate it with closed eyes.
5.The whole of the DA concept is based on Calculation so if you want to be perfect in DA and DI don’t even use calculator at home while practicing. One who can calculate fast and accurate even Large numbers without calculator is 50% ready for the Any Aptitude test.
6.Try to use your mind while solving DA questions. Try to write only important Lines on the paper and Others just write and calculate in your Mind. This can be easily done by practicing More and More at Home.
7. Don’t feel confusing and no need to Try and Solve all the questions only Focus on questions with you are more familiar and you find yourself in such a way that you can solve the question accurately.
8.Try to solve all types of Questions while practicing this will not confuse you in the exam.