## What are data sufficiency questions?

Data Sufficiency means you need to check whether the data given in the two statements is sufficient to answer the question asked or not. You need to find a unique answer to the question asked. More than one answer is not allowed.

**What are the options for data sufficiency questions?**

Every data sufficiency question has the same 5 possible answers:

- Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.
- Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.
- Both statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

### How does GMAT solve data sufficiency?

Our five tips for GMAT data sufficiency

- Don’t waste your time solving the problem.
- Memorize the answer choices.
- Consider each statement separately.
- Make sure the solution answers the question that is asked.
- Brush up on your math.

**How many data sufficiency questions are on the GMAT?**

31

First of all, you may be wondering, how many data sufficiency questions are on the GMAT? Out of the 31 total question in the GMAT Quantitative Reasoning section, approximately 8-11 are data sufficiency problems.

## How do you solve data interpretation questions?

TECHNIQUES TO KNOW BEFORE ATTEMPTING DI:

- 1)Mind Calculation:
- 2)Write Clearly:
- 3)Use Approximation Value:
- 4)Solve Question in Order as they Appear in the Question:
- 5)Figure out the Answer by just looking the diagram:
- 6)Write down the Correct Data from the Diagram:
- 7)Topics to know:

**Is B brother of A?**

Solution(By Examveda Team) B is A’s brother means A is either brother or sister of B. Now, each one of I and II individually indicates that A is a female, which means that A is B’s sister.

### How do you simplify data sufficiency questions?

How to Approach Data Sufficiency Questions

- Read the question thoroughly.
- Determine whether the question is a value question or a yes/no question.
- Glance at the two statements.
- Simplify the question.
- Simplify and evaluate statement 1.
- Simplify and evaluate statement 2.

**How do you practice data sufficient?**

How to approach data sufficiency questions

- learn the answer choices before doing practice questions.
- read the question and make any deductions from the data.
- think about what you need to solve the question.
- consider the statements one at a time.
- do not actually solve the problem.

## What is the hardest part of the GMAT?

Data Sufficiency questions

For many GMAT test takers, Data Sufficiency questions are the most difficult questions on the GMAT.

**What is the present age of Sanjeev data sufficiency?**

The present age of Sanjeev is 5 years less than the age of Mohan….From Statement I:

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### Is data Interpretation hard?

Data Interpretation is a critical component of almost every competitive paper. Scoring in DI is not as tough as Mathematics, as the variety of questions asked is much lesser in DI. In order to ensure speed and accuracy in the DI section, you must take care of the five C’s of success given below.

**What is the fastest way to clear data interpretation questions?**

In DI most of the questions are usually based on percentage increase and decrease, ratios and averages. A simple trick for solving data interpretation problems quickly is: learn tables till 20. learn fractions till 1/20 to improve your speed.

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