Numerical Reasoning Tests

Online Numerical tests assess your ability to work with numbers, graphs, charts and percentages. Most companies use Numerical Aptitude tests to assess their graduate and professional candidates. Start taking Free Numerical Test or purchase the complete Numerical Tests package now.

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Start preparing for your online company test today. You will find real online numerical tests to practice with over 280 questions with solutions. Every year we help over 100,000 people take online aptitude tests with confidence at companies all around the world.

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Why do employers use psychometric tests?

When you apply for a job at a company there is a high chance that you will be asked to complete online tests. Depending on what role you are applying, tests may differ (e.g. Numerical, Verbal, Logical, Situational.)

These tests are designed to assess your ability to work with data, either numerical, verbal or visual. Once you complete the tests, a recruiter can then decide whether to proceed to the next interview stage.

What are Numerical Reasoning tests?

Numerical Reasoning tests are one of the most popular types of tests used in mid-to-large companies around the World. Primarily, Numerical tests are used to assess candidate’s ability to work with numbers, percentages, charts and graphs.

This is especially important if your job description requires you to work with numbers and calculations (e.g. sales, accounting, engineering etc.)

Why do employers use Numerical Reasoning tests to assess candidates?

The point of assessing candidates with Numerical tests is to see how well an applicant can cope with logical and mathematical tasks under the pressure of time. Sure it will be easy to solve a percentage task in 10-15 minutes, but when time is limited to 60 seconds per question, the process of finding a solution becomes a bit more difficult.

Companies use online Numerical tests to test candidate's skills in handling large amounts of numerical information under stressful conditions. The tasks provide an opportunity to measure performance potential, understand the readiness of the candidate to deal with complex issues and analyse data quickly at the workplace.

What to know before taking Numerical Reasoning tests?

First thing to know before taking any reasoning test is that those assessments are time limited. You are required to complete the test within the given timeframe (usually 18 to 25 min). Be prepared before taking the assessment: make sure your laptop is fully charged or plugged into the power source, and your internet connection is stable (you will be surprised to know how many people failed their online tests just because their Wi-Fi dropped for a second). A blank sheet of paper and a pencil will also help you write any notes.

SHL-styled online Numerical tests usually consist of 18-25 questions, where you are required to choose one or more possible answers from the given answer list. In many cases, you are not allowed to travel around the questions, therefore accuracy of your answer choice is crucial. Platform lets you simulate all possible variations of the assessment: with or without the question travel, time limit, negative marking and more.

Myths about taking Numerical tests

Myth: You will need strong maths knowledge to pass Numerical tests.
Fact: Basic maths skills are required: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and working with percentages. If you can extract data from graphs, convert numbers to percentages and back, then you are good to take any Numerical assessment.

Myth: You are not allowed to use calculators.
Fact: You are welcome to use any tool you believe could help you solve the problem. This includes calculators.

Myth: Practicing few tests could improve your chances of passing the real assessment.
Fact: You need to practice a lot. That's why we include at least 18 questions in each of our Numerical tests.

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