100 Important DI Questions For IBPS Clerk Prelims:
Data Interpretation is an essential part of Quantitative Aptitude Section of every Banking Examination. 10-15 questions in every Preliminary Banking Examination are from Data Interpretation. And when we talk about Mains Examination, SBI has always conducted its mains examination keeping the name of the Quantitative Aptitude Section as Data Analysis & Interpretation and IBPS PO 2017 too is going to follow the same pattern. So, we hope, now you understand how important it is for a banking aspirant to practice Data Interpretation for IBPS Clerk and RBI Assistant Prelims.
The DI’s generally asked are Tabular DI’s, Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Cumulative Bar Graph, Pie Chart, Radar Graph, and Missing DI. The new pattern DI’s that are now being asked in the exams can be based on any miscellaneous topics like Time and Work, Pipes and Cisterns, etc. So one cannot expect the old pattern questions only that used to be based on simple Profit and Loss, Percentage or Ratio and Proportion Concept. Any of the old or new pattern DI’s can be asked in the upcoming banking examinations. In this pdf, DI’s based on Prelims Exam level are being provided focussing IBPS Clerk Prelims and RBI Assistant Prelims Examination.
To solve a DI efficiently, you need to brush up your calculation skills, you need to perform calculations faster and accurately. The difficult DI’s should be solved within 10-12 minutes. The DI of moderate level should not consume more than 7-9 minutes of the time and easy DI’s should be finished within 3.5-4 minutes. If the time that you take while solving different DI’s is more than the time affirmed above, then you really need to work on it.
The only way out to solve DI’s efficiently is a constant practice. The more you practice, the better you get. So, to let you practice and make the grades in the Quantitative Aptitude Section of all the Banking Examinations, Bankersdda is proving you with a set of 100 DI questions. Knowledge is of no value unless you put it in practice. Keep practicing and everything will come up roses in the end.
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