is the person who comes to
to explain it"
Numerical Reasoning / Graduate Numeracy Test Tuition
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you're in the process of applying for a job in a large national or
multi-national company, the chances are they will have given you a slew
of psychometric tests to take as part of the recruitment process.
If you've had the chance to try some of SHL's
tests online, you may well have
been surprised by the high level of
understanding required to pass their Numerical Reasoning test.
The mathematical skills necessary (reading and interpreting
graphs and tables, manipulating percentages and ratios, etc) are not
too taxing, but often the questions are a real pain to get your head
around, especially with a strict time limit.
I have helped numerous people prepare for their Numerical Reasoning
tests, and often a couple of hours spent with someone who knows how it
works can make the world of a difference. You can quickly go
being completely at sea to having a clear methodology to follow, a
handful of handy maths tricks to apply and a much better
understanding of the type and content of the problems you'll face.
I live in Bingham, Nottinghamshire£50 per hourI tutor at my home or online via Skype.
Please note: I'm offering tuition. I will not take the test for you (see below).
Frequently Asked Questions
me on 0770 4321 151
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition materials and methods developed in partnership with GroundmarkMaths
I am a Maths graduate and full-time Maths teacher who can help you prepare for SHL-style tests, including:
Numerical Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Deductive and Critical Reasoning
I have some materials of my own (see a selection below), but if you
want to bring a book or
practice materials of your own, I am of course happy to work through
those with you instead / as well.
Most Frequently Asked Question - "How much will it cost for you to sit the test for me?"1) A test that you take at home, over the internet? Surely cheating is a no-brainer, right?
companies you're applying to know some people
will try to cheat, which is why they have a second (supervised) round of testing. Fail
that, and they'll know you faked the first.
2) But it's the only thing holding me back from a job I'd be great at!
are, if they're asking for the test, they want you to have the skills.
If you're doing a bunch of assessments others may be weighted
more highly, but if they say they want numerical reasoners, the job
probably needs someone who can reason numerically. If you got the
job, sooner or
you'll have to rely on skills that you don't actually have.
Better to spend your money getting the skills than on
you already do.
3) OK, so you have to put this on your website, but seriously - how much?
above for my reasons. If they don't convince you, fair enough.
But I'm not doing your maths for you, even if you pay me.
My job is teaching you (and I'm pretty good at it), so unless you
want to be taught, please don't get in
To help you get started, here's a brief summary of my problem solving
method. This is how I often approach a daunting problem: