Monday, August 24, 2015

Data sufficiency understanding the directions

Data sufficiency is designed to measure your ability to
  • Analyse a quantitative problem
  •  Recognize which information is relevant
  • Synthesize data
  • Determine at which point there is sufficient information to solve a problem.

Data sufficiency questions contains a question statement, followed by two sub statements labeled (1) and (2). Do not waste valuable time  solving a problem.  Only determine the statements sufficient to solve a problem. Follow the flow chart presented below.
The order of preference while answering a question is
  1. D
  2. A/B
  3. C
  4. E

Scenario 1:
Check question statement and statement (1) first. If you get an answer, wait
Then
Check question statement and statement (2)alone. If you get an answer now mark D

Scenario 2:
Check question statement and statement (1) first. If you get an answer, wait
Then
Check question statement and statement (2)alone. If you do not get an answer now mark A

Scenario 3:
Check question statement and statement (1) first. If you do not get an answer
Then
Check question statement and statement (2)alone. If you do get an answer now mark B
Scenario 3:
Combine question statement ,statement (1) and statement (2).
 If you get an answer now mark C

Scenario 4:
Combine question statement ,statement (1) and statement (2).
 If you do not get an answer now mark E



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