Brilliant Passing Numerical Reasoning Tests
Our Brilliant Passing Numerical Reasoning Tests book is available for download from the Apple Store.
Everything you need to know to practice and pass numerical reasoning tests
Are you chasing a job that you really want, but need to take a verbal reasoning test to get it?
With the help of this book, you’ll sharpen your skills and quickly become confident in your ability to pass.
Brilliant Passing Numerical Reasoning Tests book – also available for download from the Apple Store.
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Quantitative Reasoning Assessment Practice
Although you may not finish the test, the best strategy is to answer as many questions as you can in the time available.
- Firstly, before deciding on your final answer. You may be able to rule out one or two of the multiple-choice questions as incorrect.
- Secondly, read each question and also review each chart very carefully. Take one chart and its associated questions at a time. Only start looking at the answer options once you have done this.
- Ensure that you are also aware of the units of measurement that each question is referring to.
- Each question is worth the same so don’t spend too long on a single question. So, remember that you may find subsequent questions easier to answer. If there is time at the end of the test you can return to any unfinished questions.
- Work efficiently, but do not rush. You may not finish the test. However, the best strategy is to answer as many questions as you can in the time available.
- Remember to only use the information that is provided in the charts. Do not use any of your own background knowledge.
- Lastly, round up any decimal points and any pence.
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There aren’t any quick wins for being good at maths but some focussed practise will improve your score, as well following a few test-taking strategies.
As a timed assessment, you need to average around one minute per question. Work briskly but accurately. Each question counts the same so pick off the easy ones first and don’t waste your test time on the most difficult questions.
Numerical reasoning test practice is an excellent means of brushing-up on any maths functions you haven’t used in a while. Ensure that you are comfortable using data tables, interpreting graphs and manipulating large financial figures.
You can practise the most common numerical test types at the main test publisher websites. Practise sample questions from Kenexa-IBM, TalentQ and SHL as these sites cover most of the tests you are likely to find.
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What do psychometric assessments measure?
Ability tests can assess a specific ability (Verbal, Numerical, Spatial) or more general level of reasoning (Abstract, Non-Verbal).
Personality assessments broadly divided into those which assess personality traits (16PF) and those, which assess personality types (Myers Briggs). This difference relates back to the personality theory on which the test is based.
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