Practice KPMG Numerical and Verbal Test Questions
Are you about to sit KPMG's numerical tests? Make sure you fit in the top percentile of candidates who qualify to the second round with JobTestPrep. Our professional test writers have made sure to cover any aspect of numerical data interpretation skills through a series of tests, including comprehensive explanations and score reports with which you can track your progress.
Although KPMG is in the banking sector, the ability to verbalise your ideas succinctly is very important as well. To this end, KMPG have incorporated the KPMG verbal reasoning test as well as the KPMG numerical reasoning tests. Practising these tests is necessary in order to succeed in the KPMG application process because these tests are unlike standard university tests. Given just a short paragraph that is packed with information, you will need to quickly comprehend the sometimes disjointed contents, analyse them and answer some multiple choice questions. These skills need to be learned and they do improve with the correct practise and application. Find out more here.
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KPMG's application process includes both a numerical reasoning as well as a verbal reasoning test. If you do well enough in the KPMG SJT you will be sent an email inviting you to take part in these tests. The results determine your chances of getting through to the next stage of the application process.
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KPMG Numerical Reasoning TestsIn this test you will be presented with numerical data in the form of tables, graphs, and percentages. After carefully analysing the information, you have to choose the correct answer from the choice of five. For each data set, you will have to answer four questions. There are a total of 24 questions and they need to be answered within a 20 minute time frame.
KPMG Verbal Reasoning TestsRegarding this 20 minute test, you will be presented with a paragraph of information that contains numerous facts. These texts are not the easiest to understand and a careful reading is necessary. You will then have to answer four questions on the text that are answered in a True/ False/ Cannot Say style. There are 40 questions in this test so you will have to work fast and not only are your analytical skills being tested, but your comprehension skills are also under the microscope.
Our numerical reasoning and verbal reasoning practice tests can help you adjust to the question styles as well as the reasoning skills that you are likely to face in KPMG's real online tests. Reducing stress levels, learning time-saving techniques and witnessing an improvement in performance are the ultimate ways to prepare yourself for your next job, and that is exactly what we can help you achieve. Give yourself the best chance of success with JobTestPrep.
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