The amount of practice that is needed for DI or any other section varies from person to person. A good way of figuring out how much percentage of time you need to allot for a particular section is by analysing how well you are performing in that section in the mock tests. In DI, there as some sets that are straight-forward like sets based on line charts, bar charts etc. that are generally calculation intensive. If you are good with calculations in general, you need not spend a lot of time on these type of sets. Then there are other types of sets like games and tournaments, balancing quantities etc. that are more logic based and less calculation based. If you find that these are troubling you in mocks, you need to spend more time on these type of sets. On the whole, it is a good idea to solve at least 2-3 DI sets everyday in the last two months.
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The analysis of recently held CBSE exam shows that Chennai Zone, Delhi Zone and Ajmer Zone have performed the best. The average marks of the Ajmer Zone & Delhi Zone put together is 71%. The average marks of Chennai Zone & Delhi Zone put together is 76% and the average marks of Chennai Zone & Ajmer Zone put together is 79%. What is the range of the average marks of all the three zones ( N ) put together. a) 71%<N<78% b) 70.5%<N<77.5% c) 73.5%<N<77.5% d) 73%<N<79%
Improvement in accuracy/percentile takes time and consistent hard work. We advise students to spend at least a couple of hours every day working on their areas of weakness. The most important section in Verbal is RC - proficiency in all other areas of Verbal can be improved if one improves in RC. To improve in RC, initially make a small summary of the RC that contains the gist of the article. After writing the summary, go back and read the article to see if you missed any points. Follow this method consistently for a couple of weeks, and you will find yourself improving in RC.
Apart from this, concentrate on Grammar questions because this is an area where the accuracy can be close to 100%. Most importantly, every time you get a question wrong, do a thorough analysis of where you went wrong in the thought process. Try to incorporate these learnings into your next test/question.
Take a look at these links for practise questions in Verbal Ability:
Focus on solving as many Mocks as possible in the remaining two months to CAT. Spend quality time analyzing your performance in Mocks and try to improve your scores. Ideally at least three months of serious preparation is needed to crack CAT, but focus on giving it your best shot with the remaining time at hand.
In the verbal section of IBPS-PO, reading comprehensions, para-jumbles, para-completion and sentence correction questions are asked. As banking paper is coming soon, try to solve previous year banking papers and as many mocks as possible and learn from the mistakes. At the end duration, this practice is very efficient. All the best.