The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook

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The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook

The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook: Review Key Quantitative Operations and Practise for Accounting and Business Tests, 2 Ed
Kogan Page | 2009 | ISBN: 0749454067 | 256 pages | PDF | 12 MB

"Bryon here helps people prepare for tests of advanced numerical skills that are used extensively to weed out candidates for management and graduate jobs and for places in postgraduate courses. The main tests are the ABLE Financial Appraisal, GMAT, SHL Graduate Battery, and McKinsey Problem Solving, but they are similar enough that he takes them as a group rather than distinguishing between them. The nine sample tests cover accounting and business comprehension, geometry and further quantitative operations, advanced numeracy, and data interpretation. He pres answers and explanations, and a key for interpreting scores." -- Book News

Acknowledgements vi
How to make best use of this book 1
Psychometric tests and the value of practice 4
A key concepts reference 7
Test 1 Key quantitative operations 16
Tests 2 and 3 Accounting and business comprehension 42
Tests 4 and 5 Geometry and further quantitative operations 83
Tests 6 and 7 Advanced numeracy 122
Tests 8 and 9 Data interpretation 161
Answers and explanations 193
Interpretations of your test scores 242


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