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 you’re applying to Engineering, Consultancy or other position, where you’re required to work with numbers. Such large companies, as PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Barclays, Goldman Sachs and others use Numerical Assessment at early stages of the recruitment process, usually straight after you submit an Application Form.

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 20 to 45 min). Numerical Reasoning tests usually consist of 20-30 questions, where you’re required to choose one or more possible answers from the given list.

**Myth**: You will need deep maths skills to pass Numerical Reasoning tests.
**Fact**: You only need basic maths skills to successfully pass Numerical Reasoning tests.
If you can
extract data from graphs, convert numbers to percentages and back, then you’re good to take any Numerical
Reasoning assessment.

**Myth**: You are not allowed to use calculators or other devices.
**Fact**: You’re welcome to use any tool you believe could help you solve the problem. This
includes
calculators.

**Myth**: Practicing a few tests could improve your chances of passing the real assessment.
**Fact**: You will need to practice a lot. That’s why we include 60+ industry standard
aptitude tests with
more than 1,500 questions. The more tests you practice, the better chances of getting good score on the real
assessment.

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