This practice test consists of data interpretation questions which are part of the CAT Quantitative section.

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Answer Question (1-5) on the basis of the information given in the below table:

The table above shows the specializations of North West Medical School graduates in 2005. Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. One hundred and nineteen students graduated that year. How many students decided to specialize in immunology?

15

14

11

9

7

One twelfth of the students who chose to specialize in family practice plan to work abroad. How many is this?

5

8

3

What is the approximate ratio of students specializing in sports medicine, emergency medicine and family practice?

3:2:5

2:8:10

1:4:5

6:4:10

3:2:10

If seven students changed their specialization from family practice to pediatrics, approximately what fraction of students would then be specializing in pediatrics?

If the ratio of male to female students specializing in sports medicine is 2:1, how many female students does this represent?

6

18

12

10

Answer Question (6-10) on the basis of the information given in the below table:

The table above shows the annual sales of WineBrokers.com, a small online wine merchant. What was the average number of cases sold per year over the four year period?

995

1010

990

1005

985

What is the approximate value of rose wine sold over the four year period in thousands of dollars?

131

127

129

125

134

What is the difference in the value of red wine sales between 2002 and 2003?

$2,280

$3,220

$2,330

$2,360

$2,320

If white wine increased in price by 10% from 2005 to 2006, what would be the approximate average cost per case over the five year period?

$126

$136

$143

$133

$138

What percentage of total cases of wine sold over the four year period were rose?

26.3%

27.6%

26.6%

29.6%

23.6%

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