## How to prepare Data Interpretation for IBPS PO

# How to prepare Data Interpretation for IBPS PO

Data interpretation is the main topic for IBPS PO because it covers an average of 10 marks in IBPS PO prelim and 15 _ 20 marks in IBPS PO main

Data interpretation can be written in

Numerical form

Tabular form

Mixed form

Graphical form

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Further graphical form is classified into following categories

Pie chart

Line chart

Bar graph

Table for average marks of topics of Data Interpretation in prelim

topics Average marks

Numerical form and

Tabular form 5

Pie chart 5

Line chart and Bar graph 5

Total 15

Table for average marks of topics of Data Interpretation in mains

Topics Average marks

Numerical form and 5

Tabular form

Pie chart 5

Line chart and Bar graph 5 _ 10

Total 15 _ 20

## How to prepare Data Interpretation for IBPS PO

First of all you have to learn about percentage, ratio ,sector angle in circle and graph of 10th class level . Because most questions in data interpretation are about percentage , ratio and sector angle and they can be given in the form of line graph or bar graph

Some tips for preparing data interpretation section

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Read the question carefully before start away with the pen.

Solve the easier question first and after that move on difficult one.

DI questions needs a lot of concentration because there is given a lot of data and lot of calculations and do not mix up the data from one question to another

DI questions may include simple interest and compound interest, percentage , partnership, average , ratio,etc. So if you want to solve DI questions you have to learn all topics, which come in IBPS PO Exam i.e. your basics should be clear.

Some tricks to solve DI questions

Always remember that in circular graph or in pie chart the value of the all angles = 360 degree

If something is given in percentage, then the complete value of graph = 100%

If something is given in fraction, then the value of all the factors = 1

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