DILR Preparation Tips for MBA Exams - Data Interpretation

DILR Preparation Tips for MBA 2024

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Data Interpretation (DI) is an important section of MBA entrance exam as it test a candidate's both analytical ability and interpretation skills. In most MBA entrance exams, Data Interpretation is clubbed with Quantitative Ability. It is only CAT where it is clubbed with Logical Reasoning. They appear as a single unit - DILR. However, Data Interpretation preparation requires dedicated and time-bound study of both individually. 

As the name suggests, Data Interpretation is all about reading and understanding the given data set. Data can be provided in various formats such as bar, table, line graph, pie chart, etc. We all have studied mean and median in high school and have a basic knowledge of how to read bars and charts. In case of MBA entrance exams, the challenge lies in interpreting the data accurately in just about one minute. Let’s look at it in detail.

Q:   What does Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) mean?

A:

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning or DILR is one of the main sections of the MBA entrance exams and competitive exams. This section carries questions on a particular situation or graphs/charts/diagrams, etc. which test-takers have to study and examine properly to answer the multiple-choice questions that are related to the caselets or figures and diagrams. DILR section tests candidates’ analytical bent of mind and critical thinking ability.

In DILR, the questions are based on Tables, Graphs (Line and Bar), Charts (Pie, Area, Line), Data Analytic Caselets, Data Structure, Calendar, Clocks, Data Sufficiency, Venn Diagram, Blood Relations, Arrangement (Seating, Linear and Matrix), Coding-Decoding, Logical Sequence, Assumption, Binary Logic and Critical Reasoning

 

Q:   Is DILR section part of all MBA entrance exams?

A:

Yes, DILR section is a major section of all the MBA entrance exams. It covers almost 1/3rd of a test paper. In some exams, Data Interpretation is clubbed with Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning is an individual section. Irrespective of what the composition is, the both DI and LR are a part of MBA entrance exams. The section includes graphs, charts, diagrams, caselets, clocks & calendars, blood relation, family tree, number system, coding-decoding, arrangements and other such topics. There are a few state-level exams like TANCET, which does not have a separate section on DILR area, but the topics from this area are included in Data Sufficiency.

 

Q:   What are the best ways to prepare for the DILR section?

A:

The best way to prepare for DILR section is through practice. Before starting the preparation, aspirants should be accustomed to the question types by going through previous years’ question papers and solving those. Since there is not much conceptual understanding required in this section, practice is the key to excel in this area.

Some of the most popular books on DILR section that you can refer are How to Prepare for Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning for CAT by Arun Sharma, Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT by Nishit Sinha, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning for CAT by Pearson, to name a few.

 

Q:   Is DILR one section in all MBA entrance exams?

A:

No, DILR is not a combined section in all the MBA entrance exams. In some exams, the LR section is combined with DI, whereas in some exams DI is clubbed with Quantitative Analysis. For example, in CAT, DILR is a combined section, in XAT, the DI area is combined with Quantitative Ability and LR is combined with Verbal Ability.

The DILR section is also known as Decision Making, Data Analysis, Critical Reasoning, Logical Ability, Analytical Ability, etc. This section is named differently but comprises common topics such as Bar Graph, Line Chart, Tabular Form, Caselet Form, Pie Chart, Missing Data, etc.

 

What is Data Interpretation?

Data Interpretation is the process of analysing data through predefined processes to arrive at an inference. This activity is a crucial part of business management for making reports and business plans. It is universally accepted that charts/graphs talk more than numbers do. Thus, the relevance of Data Interpretation in MBA.

For preparation of Data Interpretation for the CAT and other MBA entrance exams, one needs to understand the basics. There is no theory or formula for Data Interpretation. It is a skill to be acquired. But, yes one need to have a strong base in mathematics specially multiplication, division, pi, roots, etc.

Data Interpretation syllabus

Components of Data Interpretation Syllabus

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Q:   How can I prepare for CAT DILR?

A:

CAT DILR is all about practice. So, you need to practice a lot of questions from DILR to be able to master it. This section of CAT is equally divided into 10 questions each on DI and LR. The Data Interpretation questions are based on Mathematical tables, bars, pie charts, etc. so you need to work on it alongside Quantitative Aptitude. Learn some basic rules of tables, bars, pie charts as well as some basic rules of mathematical calculations. If you can read the data correctly, you can solve the CAT questions. However, to be able to solve questions quickly and accurately, you need to practice a good number of sample questions and mock tests.

For Logical Reasoning, you will have to depend totally on practice tests and exercises. The CAT LR questions are mostly based on series, number system, coding-decoding, family tree, circular patterns, blood relations, etc. So, you need to practice a lot of questions on these to be able to solve them in the exam. Go through CAT previous year question papers to know the type of questions are asked and practice them.

 

Q:   How can I master Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation topics of CMAT?

A:
Cracking Logical Reasoning section of CMAT is all about how well and how quickly you understand the puzzles and patterns. To master this section of CMAT exam, sample questions for practice and sectional mock tests for CMAT are the best resource. You should start practicing Logical Reasoning questions early on in the preparation cycle. Pay attention to the topics from which Logical Reasoning questions are asked in CMAT. Prepare for those type of questions only. For Data Interpretation section of CMAT. You should be well versed with reading tables, graphs and charts correctly. For quick calculation, you should strengthen basic mathematical calculations like multiplication, division, square, square roots, cube, cube roots, etc. This section is all about observation and ability to break down information into pieces, so you need to practice a wide range of data interpretation questions.
 

Q:   What are the best ways to prepare for the DILR section?

A:

The best way to prepare for DILR section is through practice. Before starting the preparation, aspirants should be accustomed to the question types by going through previous years’ question papers and solving those. Since there is not much conceptual understanding required in this section, practice is the key to excel in this area.

Some of the most popular books on DILR section that you can refer are How to Prepare for Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning for CAT by Arun Sharma, Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT by Nishit Sinha, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning for CAT by Pearson, to name a few.

 

What in the Syllabus of Data Interpretation Syllabus for MBA Entrance Exams?

Bar Graph: A bar graph is pictorial representation of two related form of data. One needs to read one set of date in relation to the other set of data. A bar graph is based on two axis: X-axis and Y-axis and can be horizontal or vertical. In a horizontal bar graph, Y-axis shows the data categories and X-axis shows the scale. In vertical bar graph, it is vice versa.

Tables: In Tables, the data is presented in the form of rows and columns. The questions based on tables generally requires candidates to read and interpret the data and find the right answer. 

Line Graphs: A line graph is a representation of data/activity over a certain period of time. In this form of data presentation, rise/fall/change is represented on a line over x-axis and Y-axis. In most MBA entrance exams, various DI questions are based on line graphs.

Pie Charts: Data in pie charts are represented circular shaped graphs divided into sectors to represent numerical proportions of the sub-set. Reading a pie chart is often simpler than other form of pictorial representation as it is easier to visually identify which section takes up more space in the pie.

Caselets: A set of paragraphs that include numerical data in them which needs to be put in a structure to be understood. These could be counting based, calculation based, logic based or structure based. Given below are some examples for Caselets:

  1. Counting based sets: A set of data for candidates to count the instances which meets the question’s needs. For example: How many states have male employment rate more than 70 per cent and female employment rate less than 65 per cent?
  2. Calculation based sets: These sets have data in the form of percentage increase/decrease. For example: In which year ITC reported highest increase in revenue, in the last 10 years.
  3. Logic Based Sets: These sets have data presented in range or with condition where exact numbers are hard to decipher. For example: How many of the gym members of the range 25 to 35 years would be above 30 years if average age of the members of this age group Is 42?
  4. Structure Based: These sets are rarely asked as the data presented is layered and they are time consuming. For example: Sets based on goals of various teams in a tournament.

Q:   What is the syllabus of MAH MBA CET Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning?

A:

The syllabus of MAH MBA CET Logical and Abstract Reasoning section includes Arrangements, Family tree, Coding-Decoding, Direction, Clock and Calendars, Groups and Conditionality, Number Series, Venn Diagrams, Syllogisms, Odd Word Out, Analogies, Blood Relations, Proposition, Direction Sense, Assumptions, Puzzles, Binary Logic, Clock and Calendars, Sets and Caselets, etc.

This section is divided into two parts. The Logical Reasoning section has 75 questions and Abstract Reasoning Section has 25 questions. Each question has five option to choose the correct option from. Each correct option fetches 1 mark and incorrect option fetches 0 marks. The candidates need to focus more on this section of MAH MBA CET as it carries the maximum weightage. Prepare for this section by practicing a large number of practice questions.

 

Q:   What are the important topics for DILR in IIFT syllabus?

A:

The important topics of DILR syllabus for IIFT include Decision Making, Series, Data Structures, Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, Alphabetical Series, Syllogisms, Verbal Logic, Visual & Critical Reasoning, Linear & Matrix Arrangements, Puzzles, Family Tree Problem, Statement & Conclusion, Cause & Effect, Input & Output, Partnership, Line Graph, Tables, Bar Graph and Pie Graphs.

The IIFT DILR section has 30 questions in total. To prepare for these topics, candidates need to first learn the types of questions and their key elements. LR questions are mostly like a puzzle where you have to uncover a pattern and to complete the series. This requires a bit of analytical and a bit of logical deduction. Practice a good number of IIFT DILR questions of previous years as well as sample papers to master this section.

 

Q:   What is the SNAP syllabus for Analytical and Logical Reasoning?

A:

The syllabus for Analytical and Logical Reasoning section of SNAP exam includes topics such as Family Tree/Blood Relations, Coding/Decoding, Analogy & Series, Seating Arrangement, Direction Sense, Mathematical Reasoning, Clocks & Calendars, Syllogisms, Meaningful Word/Matrix, Critical Reasoning, Visual Reasoning, Verbal & Miscellaneous Reasoning. The Analytical and Logical Reasoning section of SNAP carries maximum number of questions i.e. 25. Candidates have to choose the questions they can answer correctly, otherwise they will be given negative marks. So, SNAP aspirants must practice ample number of sample questions from these topics. The more they will practice, the better they will get at solving reasoning questions as it is all about knowing the patterns and unravelling the puzzles. Since, this section carries maximum marks, you cannot be ill prepared for it.

 

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How to Prepare for Data Interpretation?

To crack Data Interpretation section of any MBA entrance exam, one needs to be well versed with advanced calculation methods and develop the ability of logical deduction. This section is all about interpretation thus no formula works here. The sharper your ability to make keen observation, the better your chance of scoring well.

The most important aspect of Data Interpretation preparation is solving a variety of DI questions. Solve a variety of questions multiple times to gain speed and accuracy so that in the exam you don’t end up floundering for more time.

  • Experts suggest, the best way to tackle DI is by memorizing Tables (at least up to 20), Squares, Cubes, Square Roots, Percentage and Fraction.
  • Apart from that, if you are good at percentage, averages & ratio proportion, DI won’t pose a big challenge to you.
  • Go for the basic. Understand the nature of data given whether Absolute (meters, kilograms, seconds) or Relative (percentage, ratio, proportion, per million, per square feet). While the former is easy to handle, the latter can be slightly tricky.
  • A special aspect of Data Interpretation questions is that, at times there may not be the exact answer but one has to choose the closest/correct option. Thus, read the answer options before reading the question. This will save plenty of time.
  • Solve DI questions five days a week for one hour because the more you practice the better you get at interpreting data.

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Q:   What is the MAT syllabus for Intelligence and Critical Reasoning?

A:
The important topics included in the MAT syllabus for Intelligence and Critical Reasoning include Family Tree, Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments, Multi-Dimensional Arrangements, Course of Action, Puzzles, Visual Reasoning, Arrangement, Series, Numeric Grid, Pie Chart, Blood Relations, Critical Reasoning, Calendars, Coding & Decoding, Syllogisms, Statement Conclusions, Column Graphs, Graphs Representing Area. Candidates must note that covering MAT syllabus for Intelligence and Critical Reasoning is tough because it is not Mathematics. There is no concept to be understood, there is no formula to be memorized. It is also not like General Knowledge, where facts are to be memorized. This section of MAT requires developing intelligence and reasoning skills. Most of the questions in this section are based on puzzles and patterns so one needs to develop the skill of identifying key details. Practice of several types of questions from all the topics is one of the best ways to cover the syllabus of this section of MAT.
 

Q:   How I practise data interpretation for CAT exam?

A:
Hi Ayushi! Data interpretation would require lots of patience along with speed. Most of the times the sums would be in format of caselets. Among the Caselet you would have 5 to 7 questions and out of them answers to 2 to 3 questions would be direct or minimal calculations. But rest one would need calculations. I would suggest you to try solving the one you can directly answer from the given data such that even if you do not have much time left later you might score from the answered once. Keep in mind to allot time for each and every caselet and if you are stuck somewhere do not waste time in the same. The key here is to practice more and more so that you would gain speed and confidence. Also see to it that if data interpretation questions do not carry more weightage than it would be advisable to make your other subjects strong such that even if you couldn't score in this section it would be compensated easily. All the Best Mate!
 

Q:   How can I prepare for XAT 2025 by self study?

A:

If you are planning to prepare for XAT 2025 exam by self study, you need to start early. At least six months before. XAT exam is conducted on the first Sunday of January every year. So, if you start preparing for the XAT  2024 in June or July, you will have good six months to prepare. Make a preparation plan that includes XAT syllabus coverage, problem solving sessions, mock tests and revision. Get hold of best books for XAT. Consult mentors or previous year toppers for selecting the best books for preparation. Join online study groups where you can get the help of mentors and peers for problem solving and clearing of doubts in topics. Work in tough topics first and then move to easier topics.

Solve a large number and variety of XAT mock tests to master the syllabus. You will need to do a rigorous work on XAT mock tests as for candidates who opt for self study, have to rely on practice.

 

Best Books for Data Interpretation

Listed below are some of the highly recommended books for Data Interpretation, for preparation of CAT and other MBA entrance exams. These books cover all the sections of DI and offer a variety of sample questions of various difficulty levels. These books are available online as well as offline. You can either buy hard copy or PDF.

  • How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT by Arun Sharma
  • Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT by Nishit Sinha
  • Data Interpretation by Nishit Sinha
  • CAT Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning by Gautam Puri

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Q:   How should I prepare for Data Analysis and Sufficiency section of MAT?

A:
For Data Analysis and Sufficiency of MAT test takers should constantly revise the topics and practice sample questions as this section can be cracked only by enough practice of all types of questions. It is also important to strengthen basic calculations of Maths. Candidates must memorise Tables up 20, Cubes, Cube roots, square, square roots, percentage, pie value, etc. For quick multiplication and division, Practicing adequate number of MAT mock tests and sample papers will prepare you for the main exam, so you should practice 30-35 mock tests. To improve percentile score, focus on maximizing accuracy of every question that you solve in mock tests and sample papers. Candidates must attempt questions of all types and all difficulty levels to master this section of MAT exam. They should also practice every MAT sample question 2-3 times, to gain speed and accuracy.
 

Q:   Can you suggest the best book for DILR section in CAT?

A:
Hello Shyam, Arun Sharma's book named "How to prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT?” and “How to prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT?" are the best ones for learning whole concepts gradually from basic to advance level.
 

Q:   Which are the best books for CMAT Logical Reasoning preparation?

A:
CMAT Logical Reasoning topics are similar to CAT so the preparation is also to be done in a similar manner. The Logical Reasoning questions of CMAT are not very difficult. One can crack it with some practice and revision. If you are planning to appear for CMAT exam, prepare for the Logical Reasoning section from the following books. 1. Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT by Nishit K. Sinha 2. How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT by Arun Sharma 3. A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Aggarwal 4. Concepts of LR - Logical Reasoning for CAT and Other MBA Exams by Gajendra Kumar Apart from these books, you must practice previous year CMAT question papers to be familiar with the latest type of Logical Reasoning questions asked.
 

What in the Weightage of DI and LR in Top MBA Entrance Exams?

Listed below are some of the top MBA entrance exams and weightage of their Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning section.

MBA Exam

Number of Questions

Total Marks

CAT

20

60

XAT

27

27

IIFT

30

90

CMAT

25

100

MAT

30

30

SNAP

25

25

ATMA

60

60

MAH-CET

25

25

Q:   Which are the MBA CET preparation books for Logical Reasoning?

A:

The Logical Reasoning has a weightage of 100 questions and 100 marks, thus it is very important you choose the right books and prepare in the right way. For preparation of Logical and Abstract Reasoning section of MAH CET, candidates must refer to the following books:

  • How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT book by Arun Sharma
  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
  • A New Approach to Reasoning by BS Sijwali & S. Sijwali Arihant
  • Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
  • Reasoning Book for Competitive Examinations by Pearson

Aspirants must practice a lot of Logical and Analytical Reasoning questions for MAH CET as the best way to master this section is practice. You will need to understand pattern and series to be able to solve questions. Here observation and logic.

 

Q:   What is the best all-in-one book for MBA (CAT/MAT/GMAT) preparation?

A:
It is difficult to prepare for all MBA entrance exams with one book due to different exam patterns. Also, since there are multiple sections in each exam, one book might not be able to cover the complete syllabus of these entrance exams. However, there are certain section-wise books that can be referred to for different MBA exams. These are: 1. Arun Sharma or R. S. Agrawal for quantitative aptitude 2. Nisiht Sinha or Pearson for data interpretation and logical reasoning 3. Arun Sharma or Odisha Publication for Verbal Ability 4. For logical reasoning books by Arun Sharma or Nishit K. Sinha You can choose any of these books to prepare for the exam according to the syllabus.
 

Q:   What are the topics from which Logical Reasoning questions are asked in MAH CET?

A:

Most of the questions of MAH MBA CET Logical and Abstract Reasoning are asked from topics like Arrangements, Family trees, Coding-Decoding, Direction, Clock and Calendars, Groups and Conditionality, Number Series, Venn Diagrams, Syllogisms, Odd Word Out, Analogies, Blood Relations, Proposition, Direction Sense, Assumptions, Puzzles, Binary Logic, Clock and Calendars, Sets and Caselets, etc.

This section is divided into two parts – Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning. The Logical Reasoning section has about 75 questions and Abstract Reasoning Section has around 25 questions. The number of questions can change in a given year or in a given session. So, candidates must prepare for both types of reasoning questions of various difficulty levels. Scoring high in Logical Reasoning will result in a good overall score.

 

Data Interpretation Question and Answer for Practice

Directions for questions 1 to 4: Answer the questions on the basis of the information give below.

Mr. John has 5 children & he gives different pocket money to all of his 5 children to do 5 particular tasks viz. going for morning walk, Exercise, Completing their home work, Drinking Milk and Assisting in family work. A particular child can do only one task at a time and each task can be assigned to one child only. (The values are in $)

Children

1

2

3

4

5

Going for

Morning Walk

35

31

44

23

36

Exercise

48

42

57

35

37

Completing their Homework

28

55

52

38

44

Drinking Milk

55

21

26

37

42

Assisting in

Family  work

26

35

34

51

47

1. If no two children can work simultaneously so that each task is done one after than the other, then what will be the least amount a parent has to give to all the tasks done?

(a)   $150                              

(b)   $147

(c)    $143                              

(d)   Cannot be determined

Solution: (c)

2. If no two children can work simultaneously so that each task is done one after than the other, then at most what amount will be the given to get all the tasks done?

(a)   $210                              

(b)   $254

(c)    $220                              

(d)   Cannot be determined

Solution: (b)

3. If Mr. John has to choose 2 children to do all the work, where the first child will do the first 2 works and the remaining 3 works will be done by the other child. Then which two children will Mr. John choose so that he has to pay the least amount?

(a)   1 and 4                          

(b)   2 and 3

(c)    4 and 5                          

(d)   Cannot be determined

Solution: (a)

4. If all the children increase the pocket money demanded by them for the tasks, then what will be the least amount for doing the task, keeping in mind that children 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 increased the amount for the task by 50%?

(a)   $225                              

(b)   $220.5

(c)    $214.5                           

(d)   Cannot be determined

Solution: (c)

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Q:   What is the weightage of the DILR section in CAT?

A:

In CAT exam, there are 20 questions in the Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning section and the total sectional marks is 60 out of 198. In CAT 2020, there were 24 question on DILR and the sectional marks were 72. In CAT 2021 and CAT 2022, there were 20 questions and the sectional marks were 60.  The 20 questions are equally divided into both Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning. That means, Both Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning have 10 questions each. The questions are mostly in sets. There’s rarely any standalone question in DILR.

Some of the top MBA entrance exams carrying a high weightage of Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning questions are MAH CET, ATMA, CAT, CMAT, XAT IIFT, to name a few.

 

Q:   Is DILR a theory-based section or practice-based?

A:

The DILR section is mostly practice-based. There is not much theory-based or conceptual parts involved in the question unlike Quantitative Ability or Verbal Ability sections. Here, rather than focusing on the definitions of the topics, students get more accustomed to the question types and excel in the areas through practice. As it takes practice to improve the analytical and critical thinking ability rather than rote learning the concepts.

The Data Interpretation is all about reading and comprehending tables and charts. The questions are calculation based, so you need to a strong base in Maths and practice. Logical Reasoning too is all about deciphering puzzles and patterns so even for that no theoretical knowledge is required. Practice questions are the key.

 

Q:   Is it necessary to have Maths background to perform well in DILR?

A:

While candidates belonging to Science and Engineering background do have an edge over Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR), it is not impossible for students from non-Science background to crack this section of an MBA entrance exam. They do need to prepare harder which includes going back to study fundamentals of Mathematics such as Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Mensuration.

With regular practice and understanding of the question types and topics, candidates, irrespective of the educational background, can crack this section. Aspirants must note that it is important to identify the weak areas and improve on them to get a stronghold on this section. For Logical Reasoning, a good amount of practice of sample questions will be enough.

 
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