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Solved MBA Admission Test November 2012 Question Paper:Data Interpretation

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    Solved MBA Admission Test November 2012 Question Paper Data Interpretation
    Solved MBA Admission Test November 2012 Question Paper Data Interpretation

    Find here the complete solved Data Interpretation section form MBA Admission Test Question paper conducted in November 2012. This MBA Admission test was conducted by Panjab University.There are 50 questions in it.

    1. In which University was the number of students admitted in the year 2006 second lowest and the number of students admitted in the year 2008 minimum respectively?

    (1) University-C and University-B

    (2) University-B and University-A

    (3) University-C and University-A

    (4) University-A and University-B

    (5) University-B and University-C

    Answer: 3
     
    2. What is the approximate percent increase in the number of students admitted in University-A in the year 2006 as compared to previous year?

    (1) 103     

    (2) 23

    (3) 123     

    (4) 113

    (5) 13

    Answer: 5

    3. What is the difference between the total number of students admitted in the University-A over all the years together and the total number of students admitted in the University-C in the year 2008 and 2009 together?


    (1) 6400

    (2) 62000

    (3) 64000

    (4) 61000

    (5) None of these

    Answer: 2

    Solved MBA Admission Test November 2012 Question Paper:Data Interpretation

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