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To compute?

 
#1 To compute?
18/10/2007 11:16

Goo

I was just wondering, do most companies let you use calculators in their numerical aptitude tests. I have been doing the SHL tests with a calculator and am worried that the real thing will be without.

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#2 RE: To compute?
18/10/2007 11:26

It depends to Goo (#1)

It depends which level of SHL test you are doing. I'd expect (and hope!) that you will be sitting one of the two higher level test batteries for a consulting position, these are MGIB and AMT. You can use a calculator for these.

That said, even for the tests that don't let you use a calculator, the math isn't that tough - answers rarely go beyond one decimal place.

Good luck

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