How to Prepare Data Interpretation for Bank Mains Exams: Every year lakhs of students aim for the banking examinations. As we all know, the IBPS and SBI have successfully completed the IBPS RRB PO, IBPS RRB Clerk, SBI Clerk prelims exam 2021. And now candidates who will qualify for the prelims examination will be called for the mains examination. The mains examination consists of various sections which include the quantitative aptitude section as well. The quantitative aptitude section is said to be quite difficult. The maximum number of questions are asked from the Data Interpretation and it also contains more weightage. Today in this article we will be discussing the preparation strategy of Data Interpretation for bank exams.
Types of Data Interpretation Questions
Before looking up to the preparation strategy of Date interpretation for the mains examination, let us have a look at the type of Data interpretation questions asked in the examinations. Given below are the various types of formats in which DI questions are been asked in the examination.
- Bar Graph – The Information may be presented in the bar graph format and questions based on the given information are asked.
- Tabular Form – A table with the required data will be provided to the candidates and interpreting the data given in it, the questions may have to be answered
- Line Chart – A line chart can represent the data in linear or line format. This is a commonly used format to ask data interpretation questions in bank exams.
- Caselet Form – A caselet is a paragraph form of data. No image depiction is there, the information is given in the form of paragraphs
- Pie Chart – A pie chart is a circular representation of data. One or more pie charts may be given in a single question
- Missing Data – Another format of data interpretation questions is missing data. A table may be given with few elements missing, candidates need to solve the questions and find the missing elements.
Preparation Tips of Data Interpretation for Bank Mains Exam 2021
Below given are some of the major tips which will help the candidates in preparing for the data interpretation for the bank mains examination. This is said to be the scoring section is candidates have prepared and practiced well for the examination.
- Improve calculation Speed: The Data Interpretation topic requires both speed and accuracy. While attempting the questions in the Bank mains examination, a candidate is required to practice a lot and improve his/her calculations. This helping solving the questions more efficiently and effectively without wasting up the time.
- Using Approximation in Solving questions: Candidates are advised to use the approximations while getting stuck with the long calculations and the questions of DI include the fractions, percentages, averages, etc. This will help in avoiding the silly and minor mistakes done by the students while attempting the questions in the examinations.
- Analyzing the question: While reading the question, the candidate should analyze the whole question properly. It is the first and foremost thing in solving the questions. There are many questions that can be answered easily by analyzing the questions without doing many calculations.
- Speed and Accuracy: Speed and accuracy is the key factor in the examination. Candidates must improve their speed and accuracy by solving a number of different types of questions provided by Adda247. Candidates can attempt the free quizzes available on our Adda247 app which are designed with the latest pattern. This will help in improving the accuracy and speed more effectively.
- Getting Familiar with the latest Pattern of the questions: Candidates are also advised to solve a maximum number of questions that are based on the different and latest patterns. By these questions, candidates will be able to solve the different levels of questions in the examinations.
- Practice is the only key to success: As we all know, without practice, candidates cannot crack any examination. So, it is advisable for the student to practice more and more with the sectional tests and mock tests designed by our expert faculty for the bank mains examination.
- Solve the previous year’s papers: Candidates must also practice with the previous year’s papers. While practicing with the previous year’s paper a candidate gets familiar with the exam pattern and difficulty level of the examination, by which the candidate can practice and prepare accordingly for the examination.