Talent Q numerical tests come in two different levels, the elements numerical test and the aspects numerical test. Learn more about the specific characteristics of these two tests, including drills, guides and a tailored practice pack for each test.
Target audience: Graduates, professionals and managers
Number of questions: 12
Time allocated: 90 seconds for the first question on each data set, 75 seconds for each of the remaining questions.
Question types: Graph and table interpretation - usually four questions per set of data.
The Talent Q numerical reasoning test, also known as the Elements numerical, is a graph and table interpretation test, examining the same skills as most other numerical reasoning tests you will come across. The content of the tests is similar to many other numerical reasoning tests found in the assessment market today, however, there are also some significant differences in this assessment, which are set out below. Our tailored Talent Q Elements numerical practice pack includes most of these differences.
The main points of the Elements numerical test are:
Given the differences between this test and the others you may be used to, it is crucial that you practice with a tailored Talent Q numerical test practice pack. By using our pack you can ensure that there are no surprises on the day, and that you have done everything you need to be ready to succeed.
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