# Nhs numeracy test

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Hi I have an interview for a nhs job but have to sit maths and english test. Has anybody done these tests recently and could you tell me what kind of questions they were??? Also are you allowed a calculator?? Pls help!!
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Hey, have you had your test? I have mine on Saturday so if you did, please could you tell me what the questions were like? I hope your interview went well!
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Hello yes I've had my test and passed. It was very easy, very basic maths. A few percentages. Converting mls Into litres, grams into kgs, 24 hr clock, add, subtract, multiply and a few fractions. Ul be fine!
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(Original post by Hjones1)
Hello yes I've had my test and passed. It was very easy, very basic maths. A few percentages. Converting mls Into litres, grams into kgs, 24 hr clock, add, subtract, multiply and a few fractions. Ul be fine!
Congrats and thanks for the reply! Did you have to convert fractions into decimals or vice versa at all?
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#5
(Original post by Wagwhat)
Congrats and thanks for the reply! Did you have to convert fractions into decimals or vice versa at all?
No I didn't get any of those.. but I kno some people have had questions like that... there was a question regarding distance on kms showing a scale in cms etc... but there very easy to work out if u know the basics.. wishing you so much luck for ur tests and interviews
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