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psychometric test

 
#1 psychometric test
04/12/2006 17:16

Dee

Hey

please could anyone you give me some tips on how/where to practice the Psychometric test for Deloitte. I have done the practice questions. I am fine with the Verbal reasoning its numeracy that i am not happy about . Good luck with the case study

Cheers

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#2 RE: psychometric test
05/12/2006 10:56

Ned Flanders to Dee (#1)

Hi,

I am in the process of applying to various MCs myself. I found these two books quite useful for my McK test and would reccomend them if:

1. You're not from a numerical background (social science, etc...)

2. You want to polish up your basic maths (stats, percentages, etc)...

"How to pass graduate psychonometric tests" Mike Byron

"How to pass numerical reasoning tests"

Heidi Smith

I think they're quite commonly used by applicants, I found the latter more useful as it had some business case studies of sorts (which are closer to the actual tests, though don't take my word as for Deloitte), data interpretation, graph reading and so on...

Hope that helps!

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#3 RE: psychometric test
06/12/2006 00:04

zebra to Dee (#1)

If you are applying for a graduate position, then it might be worth knowing that Deloitte uses psl (HR consultancy company). I believe they have got sample tests on their website. Also, I found assessmentday.co.uk quite helpful for both numerical and verbal questions. I'd revise things like percentages and ratios, rates (applied to demographic data, currency, economy etc..)

After all this work, you should be fine!

Hope that helps

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#4 RE: psychometric test
06/12/2006 11:06

Jimbo to zebra (#3)

Both PA Consulting and KPMG, use PA's PAPI test to assess applicants.

Some practice tests are available here:

http://practicetests.cubiks.com/

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#5 RE: psychometric test
06/12/2006 11:09

Jimbo to Jimbo (#4)

Mensa's website also has some good test and puzzles that can get you in the mood ...

http://www.mensa.org.uk/mensa/puzzles/wk4995q.html

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