Bloomberg Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Pack 2022
Bloomberg Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Pack 2022 aids in enhancing your practice for Bloomberg graduate assessment with extensive practice questions, and featuring all the sections on the actual exams. This book provides insight into what to expect, and helps you develop effective study strategies.
Kick off your preparation with our Bloomberg assessment prep bundle (in one pack):
- Bloomberg Numerical reasoning test / CEB/SHL style
- Bloomberg Verbal reasoning test / CEB/SHL style
- Bloomberg Diagrammatic / Logical Reasoning Tests / CEB/SHL style
With step by step explanations on every questions, and hints on how to solve them faster.
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Bloomberg Aptitude tests formats; What to expect:
Bloomberg mostly uses CEB/Gartner (SHL) style tests for its candidate selection. The sections on the assessments may include any of the following test sections, depending on the role that you applied to and also the country you are applying from:
- Numerical Reasoning
- Verbal Reasoning
Free Bloomberg Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Pack Sample Questions
If the revenue for Car Rental in 2004 was half that for Hotels in 2005 when Holiday Lettings accounted for 5.04m Euros, what was the revenue from Hotels in 2004?
Let the revenue for car rental in 2004 be x
Let the hotel in 2005 be y
Holidays lettings = 5.04m
Therefore in 2015 = 40/100 x y = 5.04m
Y = 5.04/ 0.4 = 12.6m, where y in the total revenue in 2005
Therefore, the revenue for hotel y in 2005is given by 20/100 x 12.6 = 2.52m Euros
Since x for car rental in 2004 equal half hotels that is x = ½ x 2.52 = 1.26m Euros
The revenue of car rental in 2004 is 1.26m Euros.
If Other Revenue grew by 50% to 1.26m in 2005, approximately how much revenue did Holiday Lettings generate in 2004?
Other revenue increase by 50% to 1.26m in 2005
Initial amount for other revenue is 10%
For 50% increase = 0.5 x 0.1 x x + 0.1 x x = 1.26, where x is the total revenue in 2005
0.15x = 1.26, x = 8.4m Euros
Therefore 0.1 x 8.4 = 0.08 x y, where y is the total revenue in 2004
0.84 = 0.08y, y = 10.5m Euros
Since holiday and lettings in 2004 = 0.35 x 10.5 = 3.675 ~ 3.68m.
If starting from 2004, Hotel revenue grew by 20% year on year to 2.26m at at2007, approximately how much revenue did hotel revenue account for as at 2004?
16 Seconds year 2004 and hotel revenue = 20% of x,
where x is the revenue at 2004: 0.2 x x = 0.2x
Year 5 is 20% increase = 20% of 0.2x + 0.2x
0.2 x 0.2x + 0.2x = 0.24x
Year 2006 = 0.2 x 0.24x + 0.24x = 0.288x
Year 2007 = 0.2 x 0.288x + 0.288x = 2.26m
30.3456x = 2.26m,, x = 6.539m
Therefore the revenue for 2004 = 0.2 x 6.53m =1. 31m (1.26 is safe)
If Travel Revenue grew by 30% to 1m in 2005, approximately how much revenue did Holiday Lettings generate in 2004?
3rd in 2004, travel revenue = 0.35x, where x is the total revenue
In 2005 is 30% increase = 0.30 x 0.25x + 0.25x = 1m, 0.325x = 1
Total revenue for x = 3.077m in 2004
Therefore holiday lettings revenue = 0.35 x 3.077 = 1.05.
Bloomberg Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Pack Verbal Reasoning
Genuine altruism, when defined as ‘selfless helping’, has been shown in recent years to be a most elusive, indeed paradoxical, concept. In fact, some people now view it as some kind of ideal that never really existed. How could anybody be entirely selfless and help without any expectation of a reward of some type? According to some people, the pleasure of helping is itself its own reward, whereas others also mention the displeasure that would accompany a refusal to help somebody in need as the motive underlying altruistic behaviour. True believers suggest that altruism, based on the notion of selfless helping, should be something that we all strive towards.
Some people may be unsure about whether their perceived selfless helping behaviour is really selfless.
C. Cannot Say
Helping is never genuinely selfless,
C. Cannot Say
There is currently no consensus surrounding the true motives for perceived altruistic helping,
C. Cannot Say
We can now say that altruistic behaviour, that is selfless helping, used to be better understood in the past.
C. Cannot Say
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