About: Herbert Smith Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Pack 2020
Enhance your practice for Herbert Smith graduate assessment with extensive practice questions from the Herbert Smith graduate test 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 Herbert Smith assessment prep bundle (all-in-one pack):
- Herbert Smith Numerical test / IBM Kenexa
- Herbert Smith Verbal test / IBM Kenexa
- Herbert Smith Logical tests / IBM Kenexa
With step by step explanations on every questions, and hints on how to solve them faster.
About Herbert Smith company
Herbert Smith is an international law firm with headquarters in London, United Kingdom and Sydney, Australia.
Herbert Smith offers their graduate programmes in a range of exciting business areas.
Herbert Smith Aptitude tests formats; What to expect:
Herbert Smith mostly uses IBM Kenexa 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
- Logical Reasoning
- Situational Judgement Test
- Personality Test
Sample Questions for Herbert Smith Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Pack
Herbert Smith graduate test pack Numerical Reasoning
Considering the number of vehicles bought as business cars, how much profit did the model
that benefited the most by targeting this market make?
A. £20,513 million
B. £35,126 million
C. £50,684 million
D. £65,236 million
E. £80,457 million
If a journey of 200 miles was to be made, which model would prove the most cost effective
in terms of fuel economy?
If a gallon is 4.55litres, how many litres would the most fuel economic model use for a journey
of 200 miles?
A. 24 litres
B. 25 litres
C. 26 litres
D. 27 litres
E. 28 litres
Herbert Smith graduate test pack Verbal Reasoning
Lack of water is an ever-worsening global crisis, with over forty percent of the world’s
population now suffering from regular
and severe water shortages. Increases in population mean that there is less water available
per capita. In addition, pollutionrelated
global warming is making some countries, which were
already short of water, even hotter and drier. Demand for water is doubling every twenty years
and there are predictions that, in the future, nations may go to war to tight for its control.
Some countries are not affected by global warming.
C. Cannot tell
Oil shortages, more than a lack of water, are likely to result in war.
C. Cannot tell
Neither climate change nor population expansion are exacerbating the water shortage
C. Cannot tell
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