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The ability to interpret data presented in tables, graphs and charts is a common requirement in many management and professional jobs.

If you are applying for a job which involves analysis of or decision-making based on numerical data then you can expect to answer data interpretation questions.

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Practice Data Interpretation Tests
Practice Data Interpretation Tests

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This sample question paper contains 40 questions and has a suggested time limit of 10 minutes. The questions are presented in Letter/A4 format for easy printing and self-marking.

Data Interpretation questions are very widely used to assessing candidates for graduate and management level jobs.

Many people who have been out of the education system for a while or who don’t use interpret graphs, pie charts, scatter diagrams and tables of data on a day-to-day basis may feel overawed by these types of question.

The important thing to remember is that you don’t need to have studied mathematics to a high level to succeed.

These questions are primarily tests of interpretation and the math needed is invariably straightforward.

You will usually be allowed to use a calculator for these types of question and investing in one which can handle fractions and percentages is a good idea.

You should also try to work through a few numerical computation practice papers to get back into swing of these types of calculation.

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