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This question assesses your ability to analyze and interpret data and information that is presented in graphical form and to draw inferences about the relationship between the values of different variables based on that information. It also assesses familiarity with the important concept of correlation, not from a computational perspective but rather from the perspective of its usefulness for describing the relative movements of different prices, indices, or markets, and for projecting the future movement of one variable from what is known about the movement of another.
Why is this relevant to employers?
Many trading and investment decisions in the financial markets, as well as strategic business decisions both within and outside the financial services sector, are made based on a careful analysis of the movement of prices, markets, or other variables, as well as the relationship between two or more such variables. The ability to correctly analyze such data and make the right inference about the relationships between important variables is key to making sound business decisions at any level.
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Interpreting your Score Below are your section scores – and comparisons to the global averages – as they will appear in your public profile after you take the BAT. Employers have the option to compare your scores to those of a specific group, such as philosophy majors or third‐ year university students.