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The SBI PO exam is held by the State Bank of India every year to fill the vacancies of the Probationary Officer role. There are several sections of the SBI PO exam.

The SBI PO exam is held by the State Bank of India every year to fill the vacancies of the Probationary Officer role. There are several sections of the SBI PO exam. We shall be focusing on the Data Interpretation section. We shall see what is the best possible way to tackle the data interpretation section of the **SBI PO syllabus**. Data Interpretation is one of the most challenging and fun to do parts of the **SBI PO exam**. There are a few methods devised to solve it.

Let us first understand the types of Data Interpretations that are there in the syllabus of the SBI PO exam.

The types of Questions asked in the DATA Interpretation section of the SBI PO exam are

- Bar Graph
- Line Charts
- Tables
- Pie Charts
- Radar Graphs
- Mixed Graphs
- Caselet DI
- Arithmetic DI

In order to score good marks in DI. You need to have good command over the following Chapters

- Ratio and Proportion
- Mixture and Alligation
- Average
- Percentage

In the Bar Graph data interpretation section, bars of multiple sizes are used to depict the data. The line chart section of the **SBI PO data interpretation syllabus** shows data in a specific way. In this, 2 points meet and result in a slope. It will show an increase or decrease depending on the question.

In Tables, on one side the entire data is represented in the figure. The challenge presented here is to understand the dynamics of the first one and then fill in the missing values asked in the second table. In a pie chart, at first glance, it looks like a sliced cake. The student should calculate the data by looking at the different sections of the pie chart. This depiction of data is present from early schooling.

The radar graph is a 2-dimensional way of representing data. The data shown mostly has two or more variables. Mixed graphs are a combination of all the above charts. This includes pie charts, bar graphs, line charts, and radar graphs. Having looked at the types of charts and graphs of the Data Interpretation section of the **SBI PO exam**, we can now easily find ways to solve them.

A Caselet is a set of information that is given in paragraph form. In a Caselet, no tables or graphs are given. You have to read the information and draw a table or organize the given data to solve the questions.

Let's see a few important factors that design the solving strategy of this section.

**Important Points to take care of while attempting Data Interpretation for the SBI PO**

- Make Sense of the Question.

Sit with the question. Look at the figure given in the question paper. Have a close look at the question and its values. Always note down the values and their units before you go ahead and solve the data.

- Choose the most familiar question to answer.

Choosing a question to answer is the first trick of the trade. Look through the questions in the question paper and choose the easiest one you feel to answer. Be careful and always look through the numerical part. Attempting these questions would be a good idea to boost your marks in the SBI PO exam.

**Ways to improve your performance in the Data interpretation section. **

- Increase your speed of calculation.

In numerical problems, the first thing to take care of is your speed of calculation. This feature will define a lot of things for you as you progress in writing the exam paper. If you calculate faster, you have more time to spend on the other questions. There are thousands of shortcuts that can be used while solving the data interpretation paper. Learn them and utilize them when you need to. Practice a lot of questions and time yourself while doing this. you can easily notice that in some period your calculative capacity will be improved drastically. The only consistent calculation can sharpen your problem-solving skills.

- Be aware of all types of questions.

Take all possible questions of the Data Interpretation section of the **SBI PO exam**. Choose 5 questions of each type and then solve them every day. This way you will have solved 25 questions every day just on the Data interpretation. Practice the same way until you can solve them fast and accurately. Try all different questions to keep yourself exposed to variations.

- Avoid Calculators.

Using the calculator limits your brain's capacity to calculate by itself. So, maintain your practice without a calculator. This will help you have a sharper mind function when it comes to numerical-type questions. You will become faster and will be able to solve more questions.

- Focused Practice.

The more questions you can go through for this section of the exam, the better it is. The **SBI PO question paper** is known to be a challenge. To face this challenge, you need to be well-versed with the question pattern and type of question flow that appears in the paper.

Prepare with the belief that you can win the exam. Prepare until you feel satisfied with your practice. If you follow these tips consistently, you can answer the Data Interpretation section of the **SBI PO syllabus** easily.

**All the best for your exam!**