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ALL the popular numerical practice test styles in one pack

  • SHL, Kenexa, Talent Q, Saville, cut-e, Pearson, Cubiks...
  • 19 graph/table critical reasoning tests + SHL's NMT4 style
  • 10 Numerical Drills
  • 3 Advanced numerical reasoning appraisal tests
  • 1 Financial reasoning test
  • 9 Advanced word problems tests
  • Our study guides and numerical reasoning video tutorials
  • New - Financial Terms Guide and practice exercises
  • Extra practice drills - percentages, currency exchange, averages, etc.
  • All tests include comprehensive explanations and solving tips
  • Over 400 practice questions in total
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As a senior figure in a company, the numerical skills you're being asked to present are different from those of the general population of candidates, be it graduates or supervisors. In other words, you are expected to show top percentile strengths in numerical analysis skills, as they will affect many of your decisions as a senior manager.

Many managerial recruitment processes include a numerical reasoning assessment. Managers are expected to be comfortable with data analysis and numerical operations as they are an integral part of your daily work, regardless of rank or industry. It's a cost-effective tool to screen out less competitive candidates.

Management or Senior Management?

If you were invited to take a managerial numerical test, the types of test you can expect are determined by your specific job level. In the world of assessments, we could say that the division is as follows:

1-Junior/Middle management numerical reasoning tests (also known as graduate/mgmt)2-Senior management numerical tests (directors, VPs, C level)

In many cases, assessment companies will not separate the above two groups. That is, a graduate applying for an entry level analyst job at a corporate bank may take the same test as a department manager or director. In such a case, either a cut-off score will determine whether a candidate progresses, or the score is compared to the average score of the cohort.

In other cases the level of difficulty of senior managerial tests will differ substantially. Let’s look at some types of advanced managerial numerical reasoning tests.

Popular Types of Managerial Level Tests

  • NMT4 - one of SHL’s Advanced Managerial Tests is a graph/table numerical test that can display multiple data sets at once, e.g. two tables and one graph.
  • NMT2 - another SHL Advanced Managerial Test, which contains higher level word problems. Learn more about NMT2 and 4
  • Pearson’s RANRA - the Rust Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal test is used frequently for senior managerial selection processes. Unlike the aforementioned tests, the format of this test resembles GMAT's data sufficiency format. Learn more here.

Practice Resources

As with all other job related tests, the key to preparing for numerical managerial tests is finding the exact name or type of test you have been asked to take. Once you have it, look for a practice resource that follows the specific characteristics of that test as much as possible. JobTestPrep offers the full gamut of preparation resources. Start practicing and get the score you need to succeed. 

JobTestPrep is the first preparation institute to provide tailored preparation resources for all levels, including managerial levels.

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