This is an example of the FRS Numerical Reasoning test, which measures your ability to understand, interpret, and logically evaluate numerical information. You will need a calculator and some rough paper for this test. Please ensure that you have these before starting this test.
This example test comprises 12 questions and you will have 12 minutes to answer them to the best of your ability.
You will be presented with numerical data in the form of either a graph, table, or infographic, and three statements which relate to that data. You will need to refer solely to the numerical data provided in order to answer questions correctly. For each of the statements you must select one of the following answers:
1) True (the statement is definitely true based solely on the information provided)
2) False (the statement is definitely false based solely on the information provided)
3) Cannot Say (it cannot be determined whether the statement is true or false without further information)
This test does not count towards your real assessment in any way, it is purely for the purpose of candidate preparation. This example test is shorter than the real FRS Numerical Reasoning test which comprises 18 questions and has a maximum time limit of 18 minutes
We recommend that our assessments are completed on either a desktop or laptop computer. It is not recommended to complete our assessments using a tablet or mobile device.
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