## Numerical Reasoning Test

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### What do Numerical Reasoning Tests assess?

Numerical Reasoning Tests are one of the most common aptitude tests that come up during a job application. Our numerical reasoning test is a psychometric assessment that provides you or your organisation with information about a candidate’s numerical reasoning skills.

Numerical reasoning tests are designed to assess a candidate’s ability to understand and evaluate numbers and numerical graphs, as well as basic arithmetic. Candidates are presented with information in the form of charts, tables, and graphs, followed by 4 related questions. The test is particularly useful in jobs that require good numerical or basic financial skills.

Typical roles that would use our numerical reasoning test:

**1. Graduates****2. Managers****3. Professionals**

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### Overview of the Numerical Reasoning Test

Our numerical reasoning test consists of a total of 28 items to answer in 30 minutes. There are 7 unique question sets and each comprise 4 individual statements.

All questions in the numerical reasoning test are multiple choice. The goal is to examine the chart or graph, perform a calculation (if necessary), and pick the correct answer from the selection.

Questions may take the form of the following:

**1. Addition/Subtraction:**You are required to examine a pie chart and determine the sum of, or difference between, two or more amounts**2. Multiplication/Division**: You are required to use the product or quotient of available information in a pie chart to determine an unspecified amount**3. Identification:**You are required to pick out the information on the pie chart that meets a given criteria**4. Conditional Calculation:**You are given a new piece of information, and must combine this with information from a table or bar chart to calculate an answer**5. Ratios:**You are given a new piece of information, and must determine the correct ratio between two values from the table or bar chart**6. Truth Statements:**You are provided with a statement and must use information from the pie, table or bar chart to determine if the statement is “True” or “False”, or if you “Cannot Tell”.

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### Example Numerical Reasoning Test Questions

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### How to do well in your Numerical Reasoning Test

To excel in this test and maximise your score, consider implementing the following strategies:

**Analyse Tables, Graphs and Charts Carefully:** When you see a graph or chart, take a moment to
understand it. Pay attention to labels, axes, units, and trends.

**Keep It Simple:** These questions aim to test your ability to work with numbers efficiently, not
to confuse you. If you're overthinking, step back. Often, a simple calculation or logical deduction is enough.

**Manage Your Time:** Plan your time wisely before the test. Allocate time per question based on
the total test duration. Keep track of time to ensure you don't run out and have time for review.

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