The Administrative Assistant test evaluates a candidate's aptitude for understanding numerical information, comprehension of written communication, and ability to make logical conclusions about facts and figures.

It's an ideal test for the pre-employment screening of candidates applying for office-based clerical roles, such as administrative assistants or secretaries. A good candidate for an administrative assistant job will be able to display a high level of numerical ability, including an accurate understanding of tables and charts, thorough comprehension of written information presented in emails or reports, and the ability to avoid logical fallacies when making key decisions.

This test requires candidates to demonstrate an understanding of numerical information and competency with solving numerical problems, the ability to identify true/false statements and effective summaries based on written texts, and a selection of valid conclusions when presented with a set of preconditions.

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Logical Reasoning Zero-sum thinking Public

An eagerly awaited new album has been leaked several hours before its official release. Listeners are now able to download the album for free.

How will this affect album sales?



Numerical Reasoning Linear systems Public

How old is John if, in 38 years, he will be 3 times as old as he is today?



Verbal Reasoning Newspaper excerpts True statement Public

Carefully read the following excerpt from an article on marketing and branding:

Without a robust core idea on which to build, even the most creative and well-targeted advertising won’t boost a brand’s value. Good marketing plays a major role in motivating sales and consumer love by expressing what a brand stands for. But it can have a powerful multiplier effect if the core idea around the brand, i.e. its proposition, is strong, genuine and meaningful to the target audience. Advertising alone struggles to deliver value if the brand proposition is not clear and meaningful. A strong proposition, however, stands pretty well on its own. In a study, the value of the brands that focused on this rose 76% over the 10 years, even where they didn’t have excellent advertising. Good performance no longer helps a brand command a premium or keep customers returning. When people need a clear reason to choose one product or service over the next, being different becomes more important. A point of difference can be found in product functionality, but also in the brand experience and communications. Even the best communication is, by itself, often insufficient.

Which statement is true based on the text above?

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