The Saville Numerical Analysis is an aptitude test designed to assess applicants' ability to evaluate numerical data. It is, in fact, a standard numerical reasoning test.
The main objective of this test is to evaluate a candidate's ability to extract data presented in tables and/or graphs. The test also assesses other important numerical abilities:
Making Numerical Inferences
The Saville Numerical Analysis Test is given to many different types of applicants: graduates, professionals, management trainees, managers, and senior managers.
Saville use three different test series for these groups:
This assessment contains a series of single or dual data sets, e.g. a table and a graph or two tables, followed by four questions per set. These need to be answered using the data presented. While the duration of the tests may differ between companies and in application processes, the concepts on them remain the same. The Swift Analysis test is usually comprised of 2–4 sets (8-16 questions), though longer tests include between 7–8 sets (28-32 questions). The Work Aptitude series does not exist in the Swift version; it is comprised of 28 questions and lasts 20 minutes.
The test is strictly timed, with three minutes to answer all the questions for a single passage (less than a minute per question).
JobTestPrep offers an extensive pool of numerical reasoning questions that rely on graph/table interpretation skills. Our test writers composed these questions with regard to the characteristics of the Saville numerical reasoning test. JobTestPrep's comprhensive practice pack is comprised of timed test sessions that are adapted to the format and time frames of the actual Saville tests.
JobTestPrep is not a part of the Saville Consulting and is not related to it in any way. JobTestPrep offers preparation services for psychometric tests.