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Graphics Interpretation

On Graphics Interpretation, you are asked to interpret a graph or graphical image in order to select the correct response to questions about the information presented. The graphics interpretation questions will always contain a graph. You may see more traditional graphs, such as pie or bar charts, but you may also see more unusual graphs. As a general rule, read the introductory text before examining the graph. Initially, do not try to understand or learn everything about the graph, just know how it works and what kind of information it presents. You do not need to take down notes about the details of the graph. The Graphics Interpretation questions can be less dense than some of the other question types, such as Multi-Source Reasoning. Therefore, you will probably spend a bit less time on these in order to spend more time on other question types.

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