Online Test Practice Tests

Practice Online Tests

49£ (3 months access)

Numerical & Verbal Reasoning Tests

  • 1000+ questions
  • Detailed solutions
  • Skill & knowledge practice tests
  • Real assessment style questions
  • Variety of question types
  • Covers most companies
  • Timed assessments
  • Feedback for improvement
  • Questions updated regularly

39£ (3 months access)

Situational Judgment & Logical Reasoning Tests

  • Real assessment style tests
  • Real work scenarios
  • Different question types
  • Assess different competencies
  • Answering guidance
  • Covers most companies
  • Timed or not timed
  • Feedback for improvement
  • Questions updated regularly

69£ (3 months access)

Combo Pack

  • Numerical reasoning tests
  • Verbal reasoning tests
  • Situational judgement tests
  • Logical reasoning tests
  • Includes all questions
  • Better price
  • Complete experience
  • Covers most companies
  • Flexible learning

Practice Online Tests – What to expect?

1. Numerical Reasoning Tests

The Numerical Reasoning Test Pack consists of a Learning Zone and a Challenge Zone. The Learning Zone is where you practice basic numeracy skills and knowledge. You need to pass these tests before progressing to the Challenge Zone because the basics are fundamental to solving questions in the Challenge Zone more accurately and quickly.

The Learning Zone includes:

  • Basic Math Tests level 1 – 3: 
    Questions start from simple ones like 3 x 3 to more complex ones like 1828381 ÷ 731. These aim to make sure that you have a basic grasp of mathematics. If you do not pass, you need to practice more before advancing to the next test.
  • Percentage calculations levels 1 & 2:
    Questions, where you have to calculate percentages or require you to use percentage calculations to reach a final answer, will appear in almost all real numerical tests. However, many students do not know how to accurately calculate %. This level is designed to help you to master this skill.
  • Percentage calculations Verbal:
    This test will help you develop the same skill as above within a verbal question context. In real numerical tests, you will also need to read verbal instructions to correctly solve the questions. By doing this test, you can improve both your reading and calculation speed.
  • Rounding:
    Does “please keep your answer to the nearest whole number” sound familiar? And do you know how to do this? You will learn how to find the nearest whole numbers and determine decimal places within this test. Not rounding properly can impact your real assessment score.
  • Currency:
    Currency conversions are important in daily life as well as an essential part of most numerical tests. It is more complicated than simple multiplications or divisions and requires practice.
  • Ratios:
    Virtually all assessments include at least one question where you need to calculate ratios. In order to make sure that you solve them right, you need to practice the basics first.
  • Time:
    Do you know how to convert months to weeks, days, hours and even minutes correctly? Maybe, but can you do it fast enough to respect the time limit? It takes practice too!
  • Equations:
    Challenging but important! Without knowing how to solve equations, you will struggle with many numerical tests. You also need to be fast to achieve a good score.

The Challenge Zone includes:

There are two groups of questions in the Challenge Zone.

Group A:

  • Questions may ask you to rank, type or select certain answers. You need to read the questions carefully.
  • Each question will correspond to a distinct chart or graph, meaning the next question will be completely different.
  • Assessments are timed. Once completed, based on your score, you will be informed of what to do next.

Group B:

  • There are only multiple-choice style questions.
  • Each chart or graph is used for three questions.
  • Assessments are timed. Once completed, based on your score, you will be informed of what to do next.
  • Group B type questions are used by most companies.


2. Numerical Reasoning Test: Practice Group A or Group B?

Although different companies use different types of questions, i.e. companies like EY, HSBC, Grant Thornton, KPMG, Mazars, DHL, Mott Macdonald’s, Deloitte, SSE, Legal & General, Sky and M&G, to name a few, use Group A style questions and companies like PwC, BDO, Citi, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Accenture, Aldi, Atkins, Bain & Company, Bank of America, Capgemini, British Airways, Google, Facebook, Marks & Spencer, BP, Shell and JP Morgan, to name a few, use Group B style questions, you need to practice both to ensure a high score. Once you log into the Practice Zone, there will see a guide of which question group different companies use.

3. Verbal Reasoning Tests

Verbal reasoning tests scare away many people, especially non-native speakers. But, it should not be this way. We designed our questions having this in mind. In the Verbal Reasoning Practice Pack, you will see a Learning Zone and Challenge Zone. 

In the Learning Zone, questions start from the basics where they ask you to identify synonyms or antonyms. As you progress, you will need to build up your reasoning based on the information provided. You will be trained to absorb given information and make conclusions. This is essential for handling any type of logical reasoning test. 

In the Challenge Zone, you will see standard “Ture”, “False” and “Cannot Say” types of questions that are used by most employers. After practising the basic level tests, answering questions in this zone should not be too difficult. If you still find them difficult, you can always go back to the Learning Zone.

4. Situational Judgement Tests

A growing number of companies have started using situational judgment tests (SJTs) rather than just asking you to complete a work style preference questionnaire or psychometric test. SJTs allow companies to understand how you might act in certain workplace scenarios.
Our SJTs are developed having this in mind. You will need to read a scenario and either rank or select certain answers based on how you would react. While they are suitable for almost all companies, it is important to visit the target company’s website and read through their cultures and values. This will give you a better understanding of the organisation as well as what they look for in candidates.

5. Logical Reasoning Tests

Just like other tests, our Logical Reasoning Test Pack also consists of Learning Zone and Challenge Zone. 

In the Learning Zone, you will start with basic logical questions where only one to two elements of a diagram change. This zone has five levels, and as you progress, questions get harder. They are designed in such a way that you will gradually train your brain to think more logically and can handle more complex questions later on.

In the Challenge Zone, you will put what you learned to practice. Questions will look more like what you will see in real assessments. 

Throughout the entire pack, you would be asked to identify a pattern or diagrams based on the patterns and diagrams presented.

6. Free practice tests

We do not offer a free practice test. However, if you change your mind after you have purchased online test practice packages, we can provide a full refund subject to the following conditions:

  • You notify us, in writing by email to no later than 14 days after the purchase. And,
  • You have not started more than 4 tests.

(Technically, these 4 tests can be regarded as free practice tests to help you decide, so please choose wisely).

7. A few reminders

If you fail, don’t worry, We provide you with detailed solutions. Please follow the instructions and practice more.
If you are acing the basic questions, that’s great! It is time to progress to the more complex ones.
Once you have mastered these, you are ready to sit your real assessment with confidence!

Why Our Tests are Unique?

Big bank of questions

Reflects current environment

Detailed solution and feedback

Suitable for most of the big employers

Mobile friendly - you can practice anytime and anywhere

You can start learning from the basics