This practice GMAT test includes only GMAT data interpretation questions, which are part of the GMAT problem solving section.

Answer these questions on the basis of the information given in the table and pie chart.

The table shows the number of students admitted to North West University over a three year period. The pie chart shows the relative percentages of foreign students admitted to the faculty of science in 2004. All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number.

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The following table gives details of six booksellersâ€™ sales and profits for 2 years.

If the market-leader (in terms of sales) in 2002 had experienced the same percentage increase in profits as it did in sales per outlet in 2003, over 2002, then its profits in 2003 would have been

A. 140 lakhs

B. 200 lakhs

C. 160 lakhs

D. 180 lakhs

E. 150 lakhs

The ratio of percentage increase in sales to percentage increase in profits in 2003 over 2002 for Gangarams was approximately

A. 1:2

B. 1:1

C. 2:3

D. 3:4

E. 5:7

Which bookseller experienced the highest percentage increase in profits per outlet in 2003 over that in 2002 ?

A. Fountainhead

B. Gangarams

C. Strand

D. Landmark

E. Crossword

Profitability is the ratio of profit to sales. For which of the following booksellers was profitability per outlet the highest for 2003 ?

A. Landmark

B. Crossword

D. Gangarams

E. Fountainhead

Profitability is the ratio of profit to sales. For which of the following booksellers was profitability the least in 2003 ?

C. Prism

D. Strand

E.Fountainhead

Total sales in 2002 has been the highest for

A. Gangarams

D. Fountainhead

E. None of these

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