In this article, we shall look into how to prepare Data interpretation section of Bank Exams.
Data Interpretation questions have more weightage and you can see this type of questions in almost every competitive bank exam question paper.
Data Interpretation (DI) is one of the most important topics in the Quantitative Aptitude section of various bank exams 2019. Usually, candidates take a lot of time to solve these type of questions in bank exams.
This topic generally consists of bank exam questions related to the graph, charts and tables and some times in the form of statements too. The questions which are in the form of statements, you have to give meaningful conclusions and the questions can be from any topic such as time and distance, averages, simple interest and compound interest etc. of the Quantitative Aptitude section.
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The data interpretation questions consist of more information part. The only key to solving these type of questions is to pick up the key points on which you can work so that you can find the answers to those questions.
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Tips & Tricks for Data Interpretation Preparation
Here we bring you the complete details and the important tips on how to prepare data interpretation and how to crack DI questions easily:
- Improve the calculations:
As we know that the Quantitative Aptitude part consists of a mathematical calculation part and this involves the calculations in solving the questions. The data interpretation section is one of the topics which need both speed and accuracy. With regular practice, you can try to solve different model questions and this will help you in improving your calculations. Slowly and steadily you will find some improvement in the level of speed and the accuracy in solving the bank exam questions.
- Analyze the question properly:
The more data they provide in the question. the more chances are there in solving the bank exam question paper easily within less time. This is the reason why analyzing the question is more important. You should practice the different difficulty level of questions, this will give you a clear view of the different types of bank exam questions and also how much time you are taking to solve those questions.
- Speed and accuracy:
For solving the data interpretation questions you should be more comfortable with the numbers, calculations, fractions and the percentages. This is more useful when you are solving the questions as it will take a lot of time in solving the different types of bank exam questions. Try to develop shortcut techniques of Quantitative Aptitude section and the different type of approaches in solving the questions. This is where your accuracy will improve with practice.
- Never use a calculator while practising the questions:
We all know that calculators are not allowed in any bank exam. So, try to solve the questions without the calculators if you start practising now then only you can solve the questions easily and accurately. This is to be practised not only in the case of the bank exams. Candidates who are preparing for any competitive examinations or entrance examinations should follow this rule.
Candidates are successful in solving the data interpretation questions but they do not pay attention to the units. This mistake we can see not only in the case of bank examinations but also in every competitive examination. So while practising just don’t write an answer and leave it, you should also practice writing the units also, it is only then you can remember it.
- Practice, practice, and practice:
The day-to-day bank exam preparation is more important and it is the only key to success. As we know most of the data interpretation questions are bar graphs and pie charts. We would suggest candidates to read daily newspapers, journals and magazines regularly because in some cases some DI questions are based on graphs and data related to the information given in the newspapers only.
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Hence, these are some tips and the strategies on how you can prepare Data Interpretation questions for various bank examinations.
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