Numerical tests are designed to assess your understanding of mathematical equations and your ability to solve problems.
You’ll be presented with some numerical data such as percentages, tables and ratios. You’ll have to fully analyse the information and then answer the multiple choice questions.
You’ll also be working against the clock so you should work as quickly and accurately as you can.
You might not have time to check your answers so aim to get it right first time and then move on to the next question.
Verbal reasoning tests are designed to measure your ability to understand written information and to evaluate arguments about this information.
Normally they involve reading passages of text and then answering multiple choice questions about what you’ve read.
Like the numerical reasoning test, you’ll be working against the clock so working quickly is important.
If you do well on the Online Ability Tests, you’ll qualify for the next stage of the recruitment process – the Assessment Day.