To help you practise for CAT, XAT, IIFT, SNAP, NMAT and other MBA entrance exams.
The level of DI section in CAT, NMAT is easy to moderate, while the level of difficulty for IIFT, XAT, and SNAP is higher and ranges from advance to expert level. The DI questions are not knowledge based, therefore the key to performing well in DI section lies in taking as many practice tests as possible and analysis of each test.
Start with the basic practice tests and build your fundas and techniques of solving the questions in minimum time. 45 questionsof LRDI in CAT are usually from the easy level of DI, which means, 1215 marks can easily be secured, by practicing with the basic LOD tests.
Proceed to the advanceddifficulty level tests after you have had sufficient practice with the basic fundas of DI. The LRDI section of CAT and SNAP has roughly 68 questions from the advanced level of DI. Take the practice tests now to ensure you score these 1824 marks in CAT. NMAT had 1012 from the advanced level; XAT had 34 questions while SNAP had 6 and IIFT: 20 questions from the advanced level of DI. The scores in DI in all the exams rely upon the kind of sets you pick up and the practice you undergo. Therefore secure these marks with the advance LOD tests now.
Practice the expertdifficulty level questions and seal your preparation for the exam as out of 16 DI questions in CAT 34questions (approx.) are from the expert level of DI. NMAT, IIFT and XAT had roughly 45questions from the expert level. A good score in the expert DI level can be achieved by selecting the right kind of sets as per your comfort level and practicing as many tests as possible.
Algebra  
CAT 
XAT 
IIFT 
SNAP 
NMAT 

Total Qs in Data Interpretation 
16 
10 
20 
6 
22 
Tables 
4 
45 
1012 
34 
45 
Graphs 
4 
 
56 
 
45 
Bar Graphs 
4 
 
56 
 
45 
Pie Charts 
4 
 
 
34 
45 
Mixed Graphs 
4 
45 
 
 
 
Data Sufficiency 
12 
23 
 
 
6 
The raw score required in DILR for a 99%ile in the last three instalments of CAT has been tabulated below
DILR Score  
CAT 2015 
73 
CAT 2016 
52 
Note:The above given data has been compiled and corroborated from the exams of 2015 and 2016. The number of questions may change drastically in the exams in the coming year.