Introduction to this format

This chapter’s numerical reasoning questions are described as an intermediary, warm-up type of question. In comparison with the previous chapter there is, once again, a slight increase in difficulty alongside an increase in the complexity of the question format.

The chapter introduces the most commonly used type of numerical reasoning test: a table of data followed by questions asking you to extract and interpret the figures given. You might be given line graphs, bar charts, pie charts – any format that can appear in business or professional reports. It is worth thinking about the types of tables and graphs that ...

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