200 Most Important DI Questions for IBPS Mains exam|Free pdf

200 Most Important DI Questions for IBPS Mains exam: IBPS conducts various recruitment for various posts such as IBPS PO, IBPS SO, IBPS Clerk, etc. DI is one of the most important topics for the IBPS Prelims and Mains Exam. Not just IBPS, but a number of other government, bank, and private recruitment exams have a section devoted to DI. Here in this PDF, we have compiled the detailed 200 Most Important DI Questions for IBPS Mains exam notes for your better preparation.

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Data Interpretation- Basics

Data Interpretation is a major part of the Quantitative Aptitude section for any banking exam. The majority of questions asked in the data interpretation sections are based on the following topics.

  • Ratios
  • Percentage
  • Averages

In order to attempt the DI questions, you have to clear the basics first. Let us look into a different kind of question type asked in DI.

  • Pie Chart
  • Line graphs
  • bar graph
  • Tabular graph
  • Mixed graphs


Data Interpretation is an important section for any and every exam that you will give. It is part of almost every Preliminary and Main exam of any recruitment from private to public sector jobs. Regular concentrated practice is required to get a hang of this section. We hope this question bank will provide the practice that you require.

Best of luck!


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