Why practice numeracy skills?
Basic numeracy skills are expected from employees in a wide range of jobs and occupation fields. These tests vary in style and content, assessing simple numerical abilities as well as more complex logical thinking and planning. This practice pack will help you strengthen both with simple arithmetics drills as well as more advanced tests. Among the latter are the cut-e and SHL-style calculation tests found in this pack.
Are there different types of calculation tests?
Although all calculation tests are similar in nature, there are different formats administered by the different assessment companies. Our calculation tests include 2 practice tests following the formats of cut-e and SHL. As these two formats are distinctly different in style, our practice pack is able to provide general as well as specialised insight into the world of calculation tests.
SHL Verify Calculation Test
SHL's calculation test is a straightforward algebraic test, consisting of equations with one missing variable. You will have to manipulate and calculate the numbers to find the variable's correct value.
cut-e Numeracy Test
The cut-e test (also known as "scales eql") is more of a logical thinking task than a simple arithmetic one. All of the variables of the equation are missing, so that the result and operators are the only available information. Your task is to figure out which set of numbers can make the equation work.
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