Practice CEB's SHL-Style Senior Management Tests
|45 numerical tests, SHL-style.|
|15 SHL-style verbal tests. Over 560 Q&A in total!|
|11 inductive/logical reasoning tests, SHL-style. 360 Q&A!|
Numerical & Verbal|
|Save £9. SHL-style numerical & verbal pack. |
Numerical & Inductive|
|SHL-style numerical & logical tests, 1200+ Q&A. Save £9!|
|Numerical, verbal, logical and more, SHL-style. Save £46!|
We Can Help You Prepare for SHL's Senior MGMT Tests
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Most senior managerial jobs require slightly different aptitude tests than those given to other standard jobs. Our online packs not only allow you to practice these top tier tests in advance, but also give you a chance to go back to the basics, in case you haven't dealt with these topics for years. We make sure to tailor these tests to reflect SHL/CEB content and concepts.
Here are some unique, SHL senior managerial tests you may encounter in your selection process, which are covered in our packs:
- Verify numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning
- Advanced managerial tests (AMT) - numerical analysis, verbal analysis and application
- Deductive reasoning
- Situational judgement tests
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