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How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for the CAT Common Admission Test by

  • ISBN: DGBDH6EYBNCTBEA8
How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for the CAT Common Admission Test by
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How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for the CAT Common Admission Test

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Exam:CAT
ISBN: DGBDH6EYBNCTBEA8

Table of Contents
Data Interpretation (DI) has been a vital section of the CAT Paper. In the changed scenario of the CAT exam pattern (where there are only two sections), DI forms a critical part of the Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation Section. Therefore, it is essential to develop your skills in DI to the level where you can comfortably attempt the DI questions. DI also forms an important component of other MBA Entrance Exams and Competitive Exams of this nature. This new comprehensive book on DATA Interpretation by Arun Sharma is therefore aimed to effectively equip aspirants to tackle all possible types of questions that can be asked on this topic.

Table of Contents
PART I: BASIC MODES OF DATA INTERPRETATION
1. Data Interpretation : An Overview

Learning Objectives
Chapter Highlights
What is Data?
Data Represents Variables
The Need for Capturing Data
Defining of Data Interpretation
Organisations and Presentation of Data
2. Tables
Learning Objectives
Chapter Highlights
Introduction
3. Bar Charts
Learning Objectives
Chapter Highlights
Simple Bar Chart
Stacked Bar Chart
Composite Bar Chart
The Use of Bar Chart to Show Deviations
Representation of Percentage on a Stacked Bar Chart
4. X-Y Charts
Learning Objectives
Chapter Highlights
The Typical Data shown on an x-y Chart involves a Time Series
5. Pie Charts
Learning Objectives
Chapter Highlights
6. Cases
Learning Objectives
Chapter Highlights
Introduction
PART II - DEVELOPING YOUR CALCULATIONS
1. Additions and Subtrations (As an Extension of Additions)
Ideas for Adding and Subtracting Well
Subtractions - Just an Extension of Additions
2. Multiplications
3. Divisions, Percentage Calculations and Ratio Comparisons
Calculating Decimal Values for Division Questions Using Percentage Calculations
Percentage Rule for Calculating Percentage values through addtiions
Ratio Comparisons
Calculation Method Related to Ratios
PART III - DI EXERCISES (WITHOUT OPTIONS)
PART IV - TEN MINUTE TEST PAPERS
PART V - FULL LENGTH SECTIONAL TEST PAPERS
1. Test I
2. Test II
3. Test III
4. Test IV
5. Test V
6. Test VI
7. Test VII
8. Test VIII
9. Test IX
10. Test X
11. Test XI
12. Test XII
13. Test XIII
14. Test XIV
15. Test XV
16. Test XVI
17. Test XVII
18. Test XVIII
19. Test XIX
20. Test XX
21. Test XXI
22. Test XXII
23. Test XXIII
PART VI - MODEL TEST PAPERS
1. Model Test Paper I
2. Model Test Paper II
3. Model Test Paper III
4. Model Test Paper IV
5. Model Test Paper V
6. Model Test Paper VI
PART VII - DI QUESTIONS FROM OTHER MBA EXAMS
XAT DI Introduction
1. XAT 2012
2. XAT 2011
3. XAT 2010
4. XAT 2009
5. XAT 2008
SNAP DI Introduction
1. SNAP 2011
2. SNAP 2010
3. SNAP 2009
4. SNAP 2008
5. SNAP 2007
6. SNAP 2006
IIFT DI Introduction
1. IIFT 2011
2. IIFT 2010
3. IIFT 2009
4. IIFT 2008
5. IIFT 2007
PART VIII - CHALLENGES IN DI
1. Learning Objectives
2. Introduction
PART IX - Data Sufficiency
Types of Instructions
PART X - Previous Year Question Papers (DI Portion) 2003-2008
1. CAT Question Paper 2003
2. CAT Question Paper 2004
3. CAT Question Paper 2005
4. CAT Question Paper 2006
5. CAT Question Paper 2007
6. CAT Question Paper 2008
PART XI - Sample Papers based on 2009 Pattern
1. CAT 2009/2010 Pattern Test I
2. CAT 2009/2010 Pattern Test II
PART XII - Model Test Paper (based on the Latest Online Pattern)
1. Model Test Paper
Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation
Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning

 

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