Types Of DI To Practice for IBPS RRB 2020 Exam

Data Interpretation is a very important topic. No matter which banking exam you are preparing for, there will surely be questions from this topic in quantitative aptitude section. This topic carries a lot of weightage and can easily fetch you some good marks if you can attempt them with the right strategy and tricks. In this space we will be discussing the type of Data Interpretation that one must practice to clear the IBPS RRB Prelims exam 2020. We can asssure you that the practice of the given below topics can help you in your final selection.

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DI Questions Asked in IBPS PO & Clerk 2019

Exam Name Number of Questions Percentage of DI Questions in Section Details
IBPS RRB PO Pre 2019 15 /40 35% Caselet, table, line
IBPS RRB Clerk Pre 2019 15/40 35% Caselet, table, line
IBPS RRB PO Mains 25/35 71% Caselt, line, funnel , table
IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 34/35 97% Caselet based on time and work, missing DI, Aritmatic based on probability etc


This refers to the  basic forms of representing data. There are two types of Tabular DI that are asked in the exam. One is, where all the data is given and the other one is where some data is missing and student is suppose to find out those missing values. 

Table DI

Stores Total ball point pens sold Ratio of ball point pens to gel pens sold
A 108 9 : 5
B 240 6 : 5
C 200 4 : 1
D 150 3 : 1
E 120 3 : 2

Missing Table DI

Person Days A B C D E
Monday 420 440 240 280
Tuesday 360 520 210 410
Wednesday 280 240 410 425
Thursday 540 510 630 160
Friday 460 350 510 400


This is another form of DI that are usually asked in the examination. This type of DI basicallt have different size of bars that are use to represent the data. These  pattern on the bar represent a different data of the given quantity.


Students usually found it confusing because the Line graph requires a lot of attention to connnect the dot with the right number. This is another type of DI that you will see in exam. You will see a  slope is formed by joining the two dots on the line graph which will either indicate growth or decline.


Moving onto the next type of DI that can be very time consuming and are usually set to make the exam difficult. You have to be very good at percentage and degree. You have to be very quick in calculation and it may require conversion of percentage into or degree or vice versa. 

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