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Navy Aptitude Test Tips

Focus on working accurately whilst also trying to complete as many questions as you can. You need to be able to complete at least three questions per minute. Time yourself and see how close you are to achieving this benchmark.

Try the other Armed Forces verbal reasoning questions at RAF practice aptitude test and at Army practice aptitude test.

The full Royal Navy testing requirements are threefold. Firstly, the verbal reasoning, which assesses understanding of written information. Secondly, the numerical reasoning test, measuring the ability to solve problems using numerical information. Thirdly, the spatial ability test – testing the ability to identify patterns and relationships between shapes. These are important for problem-solving, learning and dealing with new situations.

Free Navy Practice Tests

Our free Royal Navy practice tests are listed below:

Navy Practice Test

Answers to the first of our Navy practice tests:

Navy Practice Test answers

Here is the second of our Navy practice tests:

Royal Navy Numeracy Practice Test 2

Here are the answers to the second of our Navy practice tests:

Royal Navy Numeracy Practice Test 2 answers

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The simple and compound interest added on to £100.00 after five years are shown in the table below.

YEARLY RATE SIMPLE COMPOUND
7% £35.00 £40.26
8% £40.00 £46.93
9% £45.00 £53.86
10% £50.00 £61.05

1)         What would the total compound interest be on £200.00 at a rate of 8% over 5 years?

£107.72           £93.86             £87.19             £80.52             £88.00

2)         How much compound interest is earned, compared to simple interest, on £300.00 at 9% over 5 years?

£18.86             £13.29             £26.58             £27.28             £53.86

3)         What is the difference between the compound rate of interest earned on £200.00 at 7% to 9%?

£26.40             £26.80             £27.60             £27.20             £27.00

 

The table below shows the population of six countries, together with the population density for each country.

COUNTRY POPULATION (millions) POPULATION DENSITY (people per square kilometre)
Australia 17.8 2
Canada 27.8 3
Japan 125.0 331
Sweden 8.7 21
U.K. 57.8 239
U.S. 257.8 28

4)         What is the total area of Japan in square kilometres (10,000’s)?

264.0               37.8                 206.0               26.4                 378.0

5)         What is the difference between the populations of Canada and the U.S. combined, and Japan and Australia combined?

115.0               132.8               142.8               257.8               267.8

6)         If the Japanese population increased by 4% annually over the next two years, what would its population be in two year’s time?

135.20             135.25             135.40             135.35             135.30
The table below shows the approximate flight distances of major airports from London.

Navy Numerical Reasoning Test Practice

COUNTRY DISTANCE (km)
ATHENS 2400
CAIRO 3500
CHICAGO 6300
MADRID 1200
MEXICO CITY 9000
NEW YORK 5500
RIO DE JANEIRO 9200
SYDNEY 17000

7)         If it takes approximately 10 hours to fly to Chicago from London, then how many hours would it take to fly to Sydney? (Assume that the same plane travels at the same average speed to each destination).

25                    26                    27                    28                    29

8)         A flight from London to Rio de Janeiro is re-routed to Mexico City. In kilometres what is the difference in the flight distance now flown by the plane?

200 less           100 less           100 more         200 more         500 more

9)         Two planes leave London half an hour apart. The first plane to leave arrives in Mexico City 15 hours later at 04.00. If both planes fly at the same speed, when does the second plane arrive in Rio de Janeiro?

04.00               04.15               04.20               04.25               04.30

Navy Verbal Reasoning Test Practice

A group of teenagers is planning a Saturday night trip to the cinema. Their local multiplex has a range of different films showing across different film genres.

  • Nicola likes science fiction or fantasy films best.
  • Hifzu likes comedy films best. Hifzu will not go to watch an action film.
  • Carol likes thrillers, comedy and action films.
  • Simon likes thrillers best.
  • Peter will not go to see a romance film.

What type of film would suit Simon and Carol most? Select romance, fantasy, action, thriller or comedy films.

Whose first preference is to see a Fantasy or Science Fiction film?Select Peter, Nicola, Hifzu, Carol or Simon.

The five teenagers want to go and see a film together. Which film genres are not an option?

A  Romance and Action

B  Fantasy and Romance

C  Action

D  Fantasy

E  Thriller and action

  • Who would like to go see a Comedy film?

A  Peter,  Nicola

B  Hifzu, Simon

C  Hifzu, Carol

D  Peter , Carol

E  Simon, Nicola

Who would prefer to see a Romance film? Select Peter, Nicola, Hifzu, Carol or Can’t Tell.

More Navy Verbal Reasoning Test Practice

Mr Phillips is the Managing Director of an IT company based in Salford. He has two Directors who report into him – Mrs Kaur and Mr Patel. Mrs Salamon is the Director of Operations. Mr Patel is the Client Director. Mrs Jenkins supports Mrs Salamon within the Operations team. Mr Hifzu is the Deputy Client Director and reports into Mr Patel. Mrs Jenkins is the only administrator who works for the company. Mr Phillips, Mr Patel, Mrs Jenkins and Mr Hifzu are all graduates.

  • Who is best suited to completing administrative jobs?

Is it Mr Phillips, Mrs Kaur, Mr Patel, Mrs Jenkins, or Mr Hifzu?

  • Who is the only non-graduate that works for the company?

Is it Mr Phillips, Mrs Kaur, Mr Patel, Mrs Jenkins, or Mr Hifzu?

  • Who works with the Director of Operations?

Is it Mr Phillips, Mrs Kaur, Mr Patel, Mrs Jenkins, or Mr Hifzu?

  • Who takes charge of client accounts when Mr Patel is away on holiday?

Is it Mr Phillips, Mrs Kaur, Mr Patel, Mrs Jenkins, or Mr Hifzu?

  • Who is the most senior member of staff?

Is it Mr Phillips, Mrs Kaur, Mr Patel, Mrs Jenkins, or Mr Hifzu?

Even More Navy Verbal Reasoning Test Practice

A family is considering which of five popular tourist attractions to visit on Sunday afternoon:

The Tithe Museum is expensive but is the adult’s first choice;

Penny Park is the only option within walking distance but has a poor reputation for litter and graffiti;

Speedy’s Fun Fair rides are overpriced according to the guidebook, but are always popular with children;

Seacombe Beach is too far to drive in a day, but is accessible by public transport. It is the only option that has free entrance.

The Peak National Monument has the most number of star ratings in the family’s guidebook, but the children are refusing to go.

Which is the cheapest option?

What would be the children’s last choice?

Which attraction is the easiest to walk to?

What option do the parents prefer?

Which option has the highest rating?

Additional Navy Verbal Reasoning Test Practice

A newsagent offers a range of five newspapers. Newspapers B, D and E contain full TV programme listings for the week. Newspapers A and D come with free celebrity magazines that are popular with teenage readers. There is a culture review section in newspaper B each day of the week. Newspaper D is the most expensive option. Newspapers C and D come with a section on residential properties for sale. Newspaper C is the least expensive. Newspapers A and E feature job listings every day of the week; E’s are local listings and A’s are national job listings. Newspapers A and E also have weekend editions.

A teenager looking nationally for a job who does not have much money to spend on a newspaper. Which newspaper is the most suitable, is it newspaper A, B, C, D or E?

A local resident who wants to look for local job listings on a weekend. Which newspaper is the most suitable, is it newspaper A, B, C, D or E?

A married couple who want to read a culture section and also have a full TV guide in the newspaper that they buy. Which newspaper is the most suitable, is it newspaper A, B, C, D or E?

A newcomer to the area who wants to buy the cheapest newspaper with local houses listed for sale in it. Which newspaper is the most suitable, is it newspaper A, B, C, D or E?

An unemployed builder who wants to use his newspaper to look for a job as well as having a celebrity magazine to read afterwards.

Which newspaper is the most suitable, is it newspaper A, B, C, D or E?