Data Interpretation (DI) Tables tips for Exams

Hi, welcome to nrrbeassistance.blogspot.comIn bank exams, under quantitative aptitude section you may expect 10-15 questions from the data interpretation (DI) concepts. We brought the tables types with some useful tips help you to solve correctly and fast.

Quantitative Aptitude Data Interpretation (DI) Tables tips for the examinations

Tables are often used in reports, magazines and newspaper to present a set of numerical facts. They enable the reader to make comparisons and to draw quick conclusions. It is one of the easiest and most accurate ways of presenting data. They require much closer reading than graphs of charts and hence are difficult and time consuming to interpret. 

One of the main purposes of tables is to make complicated information easier to understand. The advantage of presenting data in a table is that one can see the information at a glance. 

While answering questions based on tables, carefully read the table title and the column headings. The title of the table gives you a general idea of the type and often the purpose of the information presented. The column headings tell you the specific kind of information given in that column. Both the table title and the column headings are usually very straight forward.

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