**Tricks to score full marks in Data Sufficiency**

Dear Sehpaathians,

Here is an article on efficient scoring in Logical Reasoning. **Data sufficiency in Logical Reasoning section **comprises of a question followed by two statements, Numbered as I and II. You have to decide whether the information given in the two statements is sufficient or not sufficient to answer the question.

**How to deal with questions on Data Sufficiency?**

Here are a few **tips **on how to solve questions on data Sufficiency in Logical Reasoning

- Do not calculate the problem, just evaluate it.

- Take into account one statement at a given time and then consider the second one.

- Read the question carefully, then read the statements and deduce answers from the statements.

- Think what is required to solve the question.

*Easy Tricks to solve DI Problems for Bank-exams in limited time*

Solve as many questions as possible on Data Sufficiency in Logical Reasoning. This way you will get the hang of the answer methodology. **Solve last year’s test papers, **you might be lucky to get questions on similar lines.

**Always read the explanations for the wrongly solved questions.**

**Check out our sample question:**

**Question**: In which year was Rahul born?

Statements:

I Rahul at present is 25 years younger to his mother.

II Rahul’s Brother, born in 1964, is 35 years younger to his mother.

- I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient.
- II alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient.
- Either I or II is sufficient.
- Neither I nor II is sufficient
- Both I and II are sufficient.

Such questions in Logical Reasoning require very less calculation and more of standard problem solving. The question along with the statements requires you to analyze or **evaluate rather than directly calculate the solution.**

**Tips to Improve your Quant for Various Exams**

**Question**: What will be the total weight of 10 canes, each of the same weight?

Statements:

I One – fourth of the weight of each cane is 5 kg.

II The total weight of three canes is 20 kilograms more than the total weight of two canes.

- I alone is sufficient while II alone is not sufficient.
- II alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient.
- Either I or II is sufficient.
- Neither I nor II is sufficient.
- Both I and II are sufficient.

**Answer with Explanation:**

**Answer**: Option C

**Explanation**:

From I, we can conclude that weight of each Cane = (4×5)kg = 20kg

So , total weight of 10 canes = (20×10)kg = 200kg

From II, we can conclude that

Weight of each cane = (weight of 3 canes) – (weight of 2 canes) = 20kg

So, total weight of 10 canes = (20×10)kg = 200kg