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    Hi Everyone,

    Does anyone know where I can get my hands on a paper-based practice numerical test on the net. I really need to practice some paper-based stuff, as I have a test for an application on Saturday.

    Sorry if this a re-post I did a quick search and couldn't see any mention of this topic.

    Oh and rep for anyone that helps me out x
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    Depends on which bank (assumption) is setting the test...

    Some are of a similar standard to that of the online test (e.g UBS), while others are a lot more time pressured and complex (Morgan Stanley).
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    I've done quite a few online tests now, for different organisations, I just want some paper practice as I think the paper based test will be harder
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    I don't think you can get them other than directly from SHL or PSL.
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    Well I solved my own problem by finding this site http://www.assessmentday.co.uk/aptit..._numerical.htm Just thought I'd post it just in case someone else searches this topic later.
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    amazing forum guys!

    I learnt the hard way that the paper based tests are much more difficult than the online ones.I got rejected by an Investment Bank after first round.

    I went through the test at www.assessmentday.co.uk but I still feel these are of moderate difficulty compared to paper based shl numerical tests.

    I have decided to use the online PSL tests given by some banks as practise for the shl paper test since PSL online test is generally harder. do you think this will be enough?
 
 
 

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