British Airways Practice Aptitude Test Pack For 2023
British Airways Practice Aptitude Test Pack For 2023 aids in enhancing your practice for the British Airways graduate assessment with extensive practice questions from the British Airways Graduate Practice Pack, 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 British Airways Practice Aptitude Test Pack For 2023 (in one pack):
- British Airways Numerical reasoning test / CEB/SHL style
- British Airways Verbal reasoning test / CEB/SHL style
- British Airways Diagrammatic / Logical Reasoning Tests / CEB/SHL style
With step-by-step explanations on every question, and hints on how to solve them faster.
About British Airways company
British Airways is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom, headquartered at Waterside, Harmondsworth, near its main hub at London Heathrow Airport. It is the second largest airline in the United Kingdom, based on fleet size and passengers carried, behind easyJet. British Airways offer its graduate programs in a range of exciting business areas.
British Airways Aptitude tests formats; What to expect:
British Airways 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
- Reading Comprehension
Free British Airways Graduate Practice Pack Sample Questions
Approximately what percentage of graduates and non-graduates are self-employed?
EXPLANATION Self-employed graduate = 210,000 Self-employed non-graduate = 198,000 and the total = 408,000 Total = 2,100,000 = 900,000 = 3,000,000 Approximate percentage = 408,000/3,000,000 x 100 = 13.6% ≈ 14% Answer: (A)
If the number of graduates employed in Health is forecast to decline by 20% year-on-year while the number of non-graduates is forecast to remain the same, how many years will it take for non-graduate employees to outnumber graduate employees in Health?
EXPLANATION 1st year decline by 20% in health for graduates = 20/100 x 315,000 = 63,000 315,000 – 63,000 = 252, 000 2nd year decline by 20% in health for graduates = 20/100 x 252,000 = 50,400 252,000– 50,400 = 201,600, 3rd year decline by 20% in health for graduate = 20/100 x 2101,600 = 40,320 201,600 – 40,320 = 161280, so if required 3 years. Answer: (C)
If the number of graduates employed in Education remains the same while the number of non-graduates increases by 15% per year, how many years will it take for the number of non-graduates to exceed the number of graduates employed in education?
EXPLANATION: 1st year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 117,000 = 17,550 117,000 17,550 = 134,550 2nd year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 134,550 = 20,182.5 134,550 20,182.5 = 154,732.5 3rd year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 154,732.5 = 23, 209.875 23,209.875 154,732.5 = 177,942.375 4th year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 177,942.375 = 26,691.35 26,691.35 177,942.375 = 204,633.73 5th year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 204,633.73 = 30,695.06 30,695.06 204,633.73 = 235,328.79 6th year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 235,328.79 = 35299.32 35299.32 235,328.79 = 280,628.11 7th year 15% increase for non-graduate in education 0.15 x 270,628.11 = 40,594.22 40,594.22 270,628.11 = 311,222.33 is the year 7th Answer: (E)
What is the number of self-employed graduates as a proportion of the total number of individuals in the Tarleton district?
EXPLANATION Self-employed graduate = 210,000 Total individual = 210,000 900,000 = 3,000,000 Proportion = 210,000/3,000,000 x 100 = 0.07 x 100 = 7% Answer: (E)
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