The Numerical Reasoning test assesses candidates' ability to understand and reason about numerical information.

It's an ideal test for pre-employment screening. A good candidate for an office-based job should have a high level of numerical ability, and be able to apply this ability to quickly read numerical information (numbers, tables, and charts), understand them, and take action on them.

This test requires candidates to demonstrate an understanding of numerical information presented in the forms of text, tables, and charts as well as forming relations between them to solve a problem.

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Age

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

Profit per Employee

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In which year did the company make the largest profit per employee?

A chart showing the profit per employee.

Real Estates

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NUM

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The chart below shows how many properties an employee sold last month:

A chart showing how many properties each employee has sold in the last month.

What was the total number of properties sold last month?

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