Navy Entry Test

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Navy Entry Test Guide

Numeracy practice tests come in many different formats. There are more difficult numerical reasoning practice items available at the Job Test Prep’s numerical reasoning practice tests.

Free Navy Practice Tests

Royal Navy practice numeracy tests and practice verbal ability tests 

Here are some Royal Navy practice test examples for you to practice:

Navy Practice Numeracy Test (Number Series)

Practice Numeracy (Number Series) Answers

Navy Practice Numeracy Test 2 (Number Series)

Practice Numeracy (Number Series) Test 2 answers

Navy Practice Test (Number Series)

Practice Test Answers  (Number Series)

Navy Practice Test 2  (Number Series)

Practice Test 2 answers  (Number Series)

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Navy Numeracy Test

1) What is the number 55.368 to two decimal places?

A  55.30

B  55.35

C  55.36

D  55.37

E   55.40

 

2) Add 456 to 9322

A  9678

B  9687

C  9778

D  9787

E   9788

 

3) What is 40% of 5000?

A  2000

B  2500

C  3000

D  3500

E   4000

 

4) A garden measures 20m by 15m. What is the area of the garden, in square metres?

A  150 square metres

B  200 square metres

C  250 square metres

D  300 square metres

E   350 square metres

 

5) Subtract 99.1 from 144.9

A  45.9

B  45.8

C  45.7

D  45.6

E   45.5

 

6) What is 0.40 expressed as a percentage of 1?

A  4%

B  14%

C  24%

D  34%

E   40%

 

7) 17.5% of the cost of buying a new printer is VAT. If a new printer costs £50.00 without VAT, then how much is the VAT?

A  £8.75

B  £17.50

C  £50.00

D  £58.75

E   £67.50

 

8) 77 x 3 = ?

A  211

B  221

C  231

D  241

E   251

 

9) A ninth of a family’s monthly budget is spent on gas and electricity bills. If the average cost per month of gas and electricity bills is £90 then how much is the monthly budget.

A  £800.00

B  £810.00

C  £890.00

D  £900.00

E   £990.00

 

10) What is 40% of 500?

A  100

B  150

C  200

D  250

E   300

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Navy Entry Tests Useful Info

The Royal Navy Test (RT) is a battery of four multiple-choice tests covering the following areas: reasoning, verbal ability, numeracy and mechanical comprehension. The test is completed in a paper and pencil format. Each of the Royal Navy Recruit Test’s sub-tests is timed separately by a trained test administrator and the whole thing takes about an hour to complete. Two of the Royal Navy Recruit Test’s sub-tests have a numerical element: the numeracy test and the reasoning test. In the real test a trained test administrator will read through the instructions for each of the Royal Navy Recruit Test’s sub-tests before you start.

Royal Navy Entry stages

The Royal Navy’s recruitment is a staged process. You must successfully complete one stage before you move on to the next. A successful performance on the Royal Navy Recruit Test means you will go on to have a selection interview.  The pass mark for the Royal Navy Recruit Test varies depending on which branch you are applying to – for example, the most technical branches will require a higher pass mark. But for many of the branches, a mark of fifty percent is acceptable to pass the Royal Navy Recruit Test.

What does the Royal Navy Entry Test – Numeracy measure?

The numeracy portion of the Navy Test consists of thirty questions that you must complete in sixteen minutes. It does not require the use of a calculator. This is a test of how quickly and accurately you can complete basic mathematical operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The test also requires you to show that you can quickly and accurately use fractions, percentages and basic algebra.

 Instructions for the Royal Navy Test

Choose the correct answer from the multiple choice options shown. In the real test you will have a separate answer sheet on which to complete your answers. You indicate the correct answer by crossing through that letter. Make sure that you only mark one answer per question. If you decide to change your answer, blacken out your original answer then cross through the letter for your new answer. Focus on working accurately whilst also trying to complete as many questions as you can.