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The Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) section is one of the three sections in the CAT exam, alongside Verbal Ability and reading Comprehension (VARC) and Quantitative Aptitude (QA). This section aims to evaluate candidates on their ability to interpret data, make logical deductions, and solve complex problems using analytical and reasoning skills.
Data Interpretation (DI): This part involves analyzing and interpreting data presented in various forms such as tables, graphs, charts, and caselets. Candidates are required to extract relevant information, perform calculations, and make decisions based on the data provided.
Logical Reasoning (LR): In this segment, candidates encounter logical puzzles, arrangements, seating arrangements, blood relations, logical sequences, and other reasoning-based problems. The objective is to assess a candidate’s ability to think logically, solve intricate puzzles, and draw valid conclusions.
Quantifiers understands the significance of the DILR section in CAT preparation. Our platform offers a comprehensive range of free DILR practice tests specifically tailored to cater to CAT aspirants.
Mastering the Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning section is pivotal for achieving an excellent overall CAT score. Quantifiers’ DILR practice tests aim to empower you with the necessary skills, strategies, and confidence required to conquer this section and emerge victorious in the CAT exam.
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