The ADF mathematical ability test measures your knowledge and ability in basic algebra, geometry and trigonometry problems. This will be on par with the mathematics you learn at year 11/12 level, including:
The questions range from straightforward to quite difficult, and the use of a calculator during the test is not allowed.
You may wonder what is the differences between those two ADF tests. The General ability test, as implied by its title, measures general cognitive abilities, which are not strictly dependent on previous high school knowledge. The Mathematical ability test, on the other hand, requires more advanced knowledge in subjects taught in years 11-12.
Preparing for this test may be a bit more complicated and time consuming, especially for those who have never been much of maths fans. Because of that, we have developed the ADF mathematical ability test practice pack. Our pack includes practice tests, drills, explanations and study guides.