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Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Tips & Strategy for IBPS PO Data Interpretation & Analysis


Hello and welcome to exampundit. Today we are sharing an article on Data Interpretation & Data Analysis for IBPS PO Mains shared by our very own V Pandey.



I appeared in SBI PO main as well as GD/PI..
But unfortunately I didn't score well in GD/PI so, got rejected.
My score in main = 65/200 and 90.13/250
In Math my score was 16.75

I know I am not the right person to suggest anyone since I have not successfully cleared every phase of any exam yet. Still I am sharing as I am happy with my score which will give me coveted output very soon.

I want to share some tips on How to score around 20-25 easily in IBPS PO Mains.

Firstly, I would request you cover all the chapters I am sharing with you.

Important Chapters


  1. Ratio & Proportions
  2. Percentage
  3. Profit & Loss
  4. Compound Interest + Partnership
  5. Time & Work
  6. Boats and Streams
  7. Probability
  8. Permutation & Combinations

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Believe me, these chapters will cover almost 75% of the total marks in IBPS PO DI & DA. Rest can be covered by preparing Mensuration.

Tips from my side:

Complete all the chapters properly and try to understand the concept of each chapter rather than going for short-cuts.

Clear all the chapters before attempting mock tests. Because Mock Tests are not that important compared to clearing concept.

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In mock tests, you spend 5 hours regularly (3 hours mock + 2 hours explanations) instead if you spend 3 hours on clearing concepts, it will be more beneficial for you.

In the real examination, all the given Data are related to one another. So understanding the concept is extremely important here.

To gain maximum benefit, practice a chapter continously until you are satisfied with it.

I am not sharing any strategy here as everyone should have their own strategies.










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