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

End Test Now

Kay put 12 cards on a table, some faceup and the rest facedown. How many were put facedown? (1) Kay put an even number of the cards faceup. (2) Kay put twice as many of the cards faceup as she put facedown.

Statements 1 and 2 are not sufficient to answer the question asked and additional data is needed to answer the statements.

Both statements 1 and 2 together are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement is sufficient alone.

Statement 1 alone is sufficient but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

Statement 2 alone is sufficient but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

Each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

What percent of 16 is m? (1) m is 5 percent of 10. (2) 400 percent of m is 2.

Did United States carriers use more than 10 billion gallons of jet fuel during 1983? (1) United States carriers paid a total of $9.4 billion for the jet fuel used in 1983. (2) United States carriers paid an average (arithmetic mean) of $0.90 per gallon for the jet fuel used in 1983.

Is Î”RST a right triangle? (1) The degree measure of is twice the degree measure of (2) The degree measure of is 30.

If x is a positive number, is x greater than 1?

The figure above shows four pieces of tile that have been glued together to form a square tile ABCD. Is PR=QS? (1) BQ = CR = DS = AP (2) The perimeter of ABCD is 16.

In Country Sï¼Œif 60 percent of the women aged 18 and over are in the labor force, how many million women are in the labor force? (1) In Country S, women comprise 45 percent of the labor force. (2) In Country S, there are no women under 18 years of age in the labor force.

How old is Jim? (1) Eight years ago Jim was half as old as he is now. (2) Four years from now Jim will be twice as old as he was six years ago.

What is the value of x? (1) x is negative. (2) 2x = -4

If x and y are different positive numbers, is z between x and y? (1) z > 0 (2) z < y

When you are sure that you have answered as many questions as possible, click the ‘Done’ button below and view your results.