Numerical, Verbal & Logical Psychometric Tests

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Numerical Reasoning Tests


Time: 20 minutes

Questions: 16

Level: Graduate and Management


Numerical reasoning tests assess a candidate’s ability to analyse, interpret and utilise numerical information.

Test format:

Numerical information is presented in a tabular format and candidates are required to use this information to answer short multiple choice questions. Candidates are given 20 minutes to answer 20 questions meaning they must work quickly but carefully under considerable time pressure. Candidates are allowed and are encouraged to use a calculator as well as rough paper for workings.

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Why do employers use them?

Employers use numerical reasoning tests in order to assess a candidate’s ability to work with numbers while under considerable time pressure. They can sometimes serve as an indicator of potential future performance in a workplace environment. Numerical reasoning tests are not aimed at testing what a person has learned in the past, but rather measure a candidate’s ability to interpret numerical information. Despite not being an expert mathematician, a candidate still has the ability to successfully complete these tests.

Successful candidates:

In order to successfully pass a candidate must be able to interpret numerical information and utilise this to answer short multiple choice questions. Candidates are presented with 20 questions to answer in 20 minutes so getting bogged down in individual questions is likely to lead to a lower score. Candidates are encouraged to practice prior to their actual test in order get familiar with numerical reasoning assessments. Practice is the most effective way to prepare for these types of tests.






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Verbal Reasoning Tests


Time: 15 minutes

Questions: 20

Level: Graduate and Management


Verbal reasoning tests assess a candidate’s ability to read and interpret written information.

Test format:

The format is multiple choice. Questions are presented in the form of short statements with possible answers being ‘true’, ‘false’ and ‘cannot say’. If the statement is true it means that the information exists within the passage, false means the statement is definitely not deducible from the information provided and cannot say means that it is impossible to determine if the statement is true or false.

Candidates are required to read quickly but carefully under significant time pressure. They have 15 minutes to answer 20 questions.

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Why do employers use them?

Comprehension skills are essential in most workplace environments. The ability to quickly read, ingest and understand written information is an invaluable and essential skill. Verbal reasoning tests seek to assess these skills by asking candidates to read a passage of text and then answer short ‘true’, ‘false’, ‘cannot say’ statements relating to it.

Successful candidates:

Candidates are required to read the passages carefully and base answers solely information provided in the passage. Whilst a candidate may not agree with the information provided, answers must be based solely on information provided. Candidates must also use their limited time effectively, allowing for sufficient time to carefully read the passage and questions.







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Logical Reasoning Tests


Time: 22 minutes

Questions: 15

Level: Graduate and Management


Logical reasoning tests assess how well a candidate is able to analyse logical information and establish missing concepts.

Test format:

Logical reasoning tests are also known as diagrammatic, abstract or inductive reasoning tests. The test has been designed to assess how well a candidate is able to analyse a variety of logical information and use this information to establish missing concepts within a pattern or sequence. The images and symbols vary across questions and there are a variety of different activities that the candidate is asked to undertake but the underlying construct measured relates to logical/abstract reasoning and problem solving. Candidates have 22 minutes to complete 15 questions and they must complete it in one sitting. The assessment cannot be paused or stopped partway through.

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Why do employers use them?

The logical reasoning tests are designed to assess a candidate's ability to analyse logical information and to use this information to identify missing concepts within a pattern or sequence. Conceptual problem solving and the ability to rapidly identify patterns and trends are valuable workplace skills.

Successful candidates:

Candidates who can analyse patterns and then apply this to data to solve problems are the most successful. Those who can quickly absorb and apply new concepts while working under time pressure achieve the highest scores.







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