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AZ Preparation Guide to Talent Q's Numerical Tests
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.
Talent Q Elements Numerical 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:
 Time limit per question  The test consists of 12 questions and there is no overall time limit for the test but rather a time limit for each question: 90 seconds for the first question on each table (or set of tables) and 75 seconds for subsequent questions.
 Increasing levels of difficulty  Talent Q use adaptive testing technology. The questions you receive in the test and your final score is calculated according to your response patterns; the difficulty level of questions is determined by your previous answers  the more questions you get right, the harder the next question is.
 Multiple distracters  Talent Q's elements numerical test may include 10 or more answer choices per question, far more than the usual four or five. By offering this many choices, Talent Q remove the option to guess. You need to know the answer in order to pick out the correct choice.
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.
Talent Q Aspects Numerical Test Target audience: Operational, front line job applicants 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: Questions on the information contained in tables
The Talent Q Aspects ability numerical test is designed to assess how well you can analyse and use the numerical information contained in tables. This test is aimed at people who use numerical data for their jobs, such as customer service or sales staff, so the types of questions are similar to the tasks that you would need to carry out in your job. The Talent Q Aspects numerical test is a unique test with several features that you may not have come across in other tests. These points are looked at below.
 Time limits per question  In this test you are allocated time to answer each question. If you haven’t answered the question before the time runs out the test will simply move you on to the next question. You are given 90 seconds for the first question in each data set, and 75 seconds for each of the remaining questions. Most applicants complete the test in around 10 minutes.
 Adaptive testing  This means that the difficulty level of each question depends on whether your previous response was right or wrong. Each time you get a question right the next question will be a little harder. If you get it wrong, the question level remains the same .Your final report will show the level of questions you answered.
 Question types  In the Talent Q Aspects test you are given a table of information and asked a question on it requiring you to pick out the correct information and perform a simple calculation in order to pick out the right answer choice.
 Multiple choice  This test is multiple choice but with a difference. Instead of the four or five answer choices you may be used to, in this test you can have any number up to 10! This is deliberate so that you have to know the answer rather than be able to make a lucky guess.
Like any test, it is beneficial to take practice tests before you take the real thing. A practice test reminds you of the types of calculations you need to make to answer questions, and can help you learn to sharpen your skills so that you get more questions right, and it takes you less time to answer. Preparing with a Talent Q Aspects style practice pack will ensure that you don’t get any nasty surprises on test day.
Talent Q Numerical Test Practice The Talent Q test contains several quirks and additional elements that make it even more important than usual to prepare with a tailored practice pack. Our Talent Q style practice packs are designed with these features in mind. Find out more about these packs and start practising for your test today.

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"I was not familiar at all with the matrices style of Talent Q tests. The JobTestPrep logical reasoning practice tests helped me a lot with becoming familiar with that type of logical tests and I eventually passed a logical reasoning test I sat. I am very happy and thankful :)" Council of Europe, January 2015"Your numerical tests were particularly helpful to a person with relatively low starting level." Civil Service graduate application, Scotland, April 2015
