Rolls Royce Assessment Test Practice

Joining the Rolls Royce workforce offers an opportunity to contribute to some of the world's most advanced and innovative technologies. An essential part of the hiring process is passing the Rolls Royce Assessment test that includes SHL Numerical and Deductive Reasoning tests. The psychometric tests are  challenging and competitive since they include complex questions in a short time frame to assess your qualities and abilities related to the position you want. The best way to prepare is with complete and accurate practice.

Our Rolls Royce Assessment PrepPack includes all of the studying material you need including:

  • 9 interactive simulations to familiarize yourself with the test format and difficulty in order to beat the intense time constraint.
  • 15+ practice tests with sample questions, answers and explanations.
  • Interactive guides that will explain step-by-step the exam format and how to develop the best answering strategy.
Rolls Royce Assessment

SHL Numerical Reasoning Practice

  • 5 interactive simulations
  • 15 extra practice tests
  • Numerical Interactive Guide

SHL Deductive Reasoning Practice

  • 4 interactive simulations
  • 3 scheduling practices
  • Extra practice tests
  • Deductive Interactive Guide

Rolls Royce Assessment Test Sample Questions

Deductive reasoning

  • 12 questions in 18 mins
  • This section will evaluate your skills to reach appropriate logical conclusions. The questions will include schedule and calendar organization.
1. Organize the calendar according to the information below.

An office is working between Monday to Thursday and is offering sports activities for its employees through these days. The operations department is looking for an available day with no sports activities scheduled, to organize a networking event. Select all business days (between Monday to Thursday) that are free to schedule a networking event.

*In the interactive format of the actual test (as well as in our PrepPack) you will have to select your response by clicking the dates that fit.

The question asks you to select all dates that are between Monday and Thursday that no sports activities will take place.

Let’s break down the statements, step by step:

First, use the information from the fixed-date statements:

Yoga takes place every Wednesday, and Cardio every Monday. Looking at the calendar, you can see that narrow the options to Tuesdays and Thursdays, as there are no activities scheduled every week in these days.
*Another fixed-date statement is that the HIIT class takes place at the second Thursday of the month. Thus, Thursday the 18th is also ruled out.

Second, moving on to the next statements:

The Pilates class takes place every 8th business day. There is no need to count! The office business week includes 4 days. Every 8th business day would be the last day of the second week. In this case, it would be Thursday the 11th and the 25th.

The TRX class takes place every other Tuesday. The term “every other” could also be written as “every odd”, meaning every odd week there is a TRX class on Tuesday. That rules out the first, third, and fifth weeks, and specifically the Tuesdays in these weeks – the 2nd, 16th, and 30th.

Third, select the free dates:

The only available business days for the office are the 4th, 9th, and 23rd.


💡Pay attention to the details! Make sure you consider all information including additional limitations. For instance, the previous question mentions to select business days. Other instances might include specific holiday dates. 

Practice more sample questions with our free SHL Deductive Test.

Numerical reasoning

  • 10 questions in 18 mins
  • These questions will assess your ability to analyze numerical information using basic arithmetic calculations. You will have to interpret 5 different types of numerical information:

2. What are the percentages of the domestic flights and international flights in each year? What is the total amount of flights in each year? Fill out the table accordingly.

Number of Flights

The number of people who flew domestically increased by 12 per cent between 2011 and 2012.
In 2012, 3,700 people less flew than in 2011.
159,100 people flew internationally in 2011.
29,008 people flew domestically in 2012.

*The questions in actual test and our PrepPack are interactive, this means that you'll be able to modify the table's length and edit the percentages. 

Since the question presents you with information about the number of flights of different kinds and different years, you should arrange this information in a table to ease the mapping of information and to understand the calculations required.

In this case, after filling the table with the known numbers we will place a parameter to help fill out the rest of the table. To fill out the table we will use statements 2-4, and place a parameter “X” as the total number of flights in 2011. (Statement 1 relies on additional information that we do not have yet).

Now, to fill out the table fully we need to get rid of our parameter. We will use statement 1 to achieve that. According to statement 1, the number of domestic flights increased between 2011 to 2012 b y 12%, so we can build a single variant equation:


After finding the value of X, we can now fill the table completely:

Now we can use this data to calculate what was requested in the question, the percentages: Percentage of domestic flights in 2011: (25,900/185,000)*100=14% Percentage of international flights in 2011: (159,100/185,000)*100=86% Percentage of domestic flights in 2012: (29,008/181,300)*100=16% Percentage of international flights in 2012: (152,292/181,300)*100=84%


💡Be organized when it comes to ordering questions. If you realize how two components are related, write it down in a table format (as shown above). This method will allow you to later combine several lists into one ranking. It is easier to find an answer when you can see the bigger picture visually.) 

Before each assessment you will take a practice test to understand the format and questions. 

You can find more examples in our SHL Numerical Reasoning Practice. 

How to Prepare for the Rolls Royce Assessment Test?

The SHL Numerical and Deductive Tests are complex and fast-paced exams. Successfully completing the rolls royce assessment test is especially challenging because of the time constraint, you have less than a minute to answer each question! Besides, unanswered questions will cause point deduction. Your ability to solve the problems will improve as you review the questions and detailed explanations in the PrepPack.

Access the most complete prep material starting at £39 and familiarize yourself with the test format and questions difficulty.

About Rolls Royce

Rolls-Royce is a global leader in the development and manufacture of a wide range of power systems, with operations in over 50 countries. Renowned for its luxury automobiles, Rolls-Royce is also a pioneer in cutting-edge technologies used in the Aerospace, Defense, and Power Systems divisions.

Rolls-Royce is committed to pushing the boundaries of technology. From the iconic Rolls-Royce Phantom to the revolutionary Trent XWB turbofan engine, the company's dedication to innovation is evident in every product it creates. Rolls-Royce's luxury car engines are renowned for their exceptional performance, power, and refinement. The company's engineers are constantly striving to create engines that deliver an unparalleled driving experience, setting the benchmark for luxury automobiles.

If you're passionate about innovation and seek a career at the forefront of technological advancements, Rolls-Royce offers a diverse range of opportunities to contribute to the company's success.

Other companies like Tesla, Amazon, and BMW also have a competitive hiring process that requires passing a psychometrical assessment.

Rolls Royce Application Process

The recruitment process at Rolls-Royce is rigorous and designed to select the best candidates for each position. The process includes the following steps:

  • Online application: The first step is to submit an online application form. The form will ask you about your education, work experience, and skills.
  • Psychometric assessments: These assessments measure your cognitive abilities related to your position. Rolls Royce Assessment Tests partner with SHL to develop more accurate tests. Some positions will include a Situational Judgment Test.
  • Technical interview: If you are successful in the psychometric assessments, you will be invited to a technical interview. The interview will assess your technical knowledge and skills, as well as your ability to solve problems.
  • Assessment center: In the next and last step you will be invited to an assessment center where you might undergo a second interview.

Learn more with our free SHL Practice Test. Some Rolls Royce positions will require you to take a Cut-e test.


To be considered to work in Rolls Royce you must successfully complete a psychometric assessment provided by SHL or Cut-e tests. This assessment is fully online.

The recruitment process includes four key elements:

  • Online Application
  • Psychometric Tests
  • Interview
  • Assessment Centre

Some positions in Rolls Royce require taking an SHL Situational Judgment Test. It includes questions that assess your reactions to hypothetical situations related to the job and workplace environment that aims to predict how aligned you are with Rolls Royce values and work environment.