Free Saville Swift Analysis Aptitude Test Answers PDF

Swift Analysis Aptitude Test Answers PDF

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Swift Analysis Aptitude Answers PDF

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Experts agree that arts and culture are an important part of the economy - but the precise relationship is complicated. The main question is: does investment in the arts stimulate growth, or are the arts the product of economic development? It would seem that the case for continued arts funding is clear- cut - enjoying the arts (visiting art galleries and theatres) boosts the economy. But some argue that the link between arts investment and economic output is tenuous. Researchers today are exploring a different angle of this relationship: they are trying to understand how the subjective value of the arts - the “happiness factor” - may translate into economic benefits. According to the “happiness factor” hypothesis, when a place develops a critical mass of arts and vibrancy it tends to attract talented people which, in turn, tends to raise income.

1. Talented people contribute to growth 

True on the basis of the passage
False on the basis of the passage
Not possible to say if the statement is true or false on the basis of the passage
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The passage deals with the directionality of the connection between the arts and the economy, suggesting a possible “happiness factor” hypothesis linking the arts to the attraction of talented people, which in turn may contribute to economic growth (raising income). It does not lead to the conclusion made in the assertion that: “Talented people contribute to economic growth” but only suggests this directional connection.

2. What isn’t mentioned in the passage as a means for improving the economy?

Visiting galleries
Talented people
Buying art
Visiting theatres
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

The passage describes, in two different places, the ways in which the arts and the economy are related. In one place it suggests that: “… the case for continued arts funding is clear-cut - enjoying the arts (visiting art galleries and theatres) boosts the economy,” eliminating distracters A and D. In another place it offers a different connection: “According to the 'happiness factor' hypothesis, when a place develops a critical mass of arts and vibrancy it tends to attract talented people which, in turn, tends to raise income,” eliminating distracter B (as raising income is a way of improving the economy). Therefore, the correct answer is C - buying art is not mentioned in the passage as a means of improving the economy.

 

Read the graph below and answer the two questions. Remember - in the real test you will have less than a minute to answer each!

saville numerical analysis sample question

 


1. In percentages, how many more global hectares does the U.S.A occupy in comparison to Japan?

120
284
140
200
220
Correct Answer
Incorrect Answer

We need to calculate how many global hectares are occupied by USA and Japan, and then compare between them on a percentage change basis.

USA: (300 mil) x (8 gha/person)=2,400 global hectares

Japan: (125 mil)x(5 gha/person)=625 global hectares

% change = (Difference/Original)x100% = [(2400 - 625)/625]x100% = [(2400/625)-(625/625)]x100% = [(2,400/625)-1]x100% = 284%


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