Smith & Williamson Practice Aptitude Test Pack 2022
Enhance your practice for Smith & Williamson graduate assessment with the updated Smith & Williamson Practice Aptitude Test Pack 2022, 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 Smith & Williamson Practice Aptitude Test Pack 2022 (all-in-one pack):
- Smith & Williamson Numerical reasoning test / SHL/CEB
- Smith & Williamson Verbal reasoning test / SHL/CEB
- Smith & Williamson Abstract reasoning tests / SHL/CEB
- Smith & WilliamsonLogical reasoning tests / SHL/CEB
With step-by-step explanations on every question, and hints on how to solve them faster.
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Smith & Williamson Aptitude tests formats; What to expect:
Smith & Williamson mostly uses Cut-e Assessment 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
- Personality Test
Sample Smith & Williamson Graduate Practice Aptitude Test Questions and answers
Smith & Williamson study pack Numerical Reasoning
The average member of the total workforce accounted for 0.75 AWU 3 years ago. Today this figure has increased by 10%. By how much percent has the total workforce for Denmark changed today? A. 14% increase B. 9% increase C. No change D. 18% decrease E. 36% decrease
If the decrease in total labor input continues at the current rate, approximately what will the labor input be (in AWU) in 3 years’ time? A. 44,000 B. 48,000 C. 442,000 D. 4,426,000 E. None of these
Question-3 What is the percentage decrease for Netherland between 3 years Ago and Today? A. 4% increase B. 9% increase C. No change D. 8% decrease E. 3% decrease
Question-4 If the decrease in total labor input for Belgium continues at the current rate, approximately what will the labor input be (in AWU) in 3 years’ time for Belgium? A. 40,000 B. 30,000 C. 50,000 D. 25,000 E. 60,000
Question-1. Average total workforce = 0.75 AWU in 3 years ago. Then total workforce is = 496,000 /0.75 = 661333.33333 10% increase for today = 10 = (661333.33333 – x)/ 661333.33333 x 100 = X = 661333.33333 – 661333.33333 = 595,200 Therefore percentage change = 595,200 – 57,000/595,200 x 100 = 9%. Answer: (B)
Question-2. Total labour input for 3 years ago = 496,000 and the total labour inputs for today = 468,000 Therefore decrease = 496,000 – 468,000 = 28,000. Also in 3 year time the decrease will be 468,000 – 28,000 = 440,000. The correct Answer: (E). None of these
Question-3. 198 – 190/198 x 100 = 4.04 ~ 4%. Answer: (A)
Question-4. Labour input for Belgium 3 years ago = 70,000 and labour input for Belgium today = 65,000 Therefore decrease 70000 – 65000 = 5000 In three 3 year time = 65000 – 5000 = 60000
Smith & Williamson study pack Verbal Reasoning
In tropical rainforests, the climate remains hot and damp all year round. In the artic, it is cold all year and high up in mountain ranges the climate is much colder than in nearby low-lying lands. Climate is not the same as weather. The weather can change quickly whereas the climate describes the likely weather conditions over a much longer period of time. The world is divided into five climate zones. Polar is the only zone where it is always cold, tropical where it is hot all year round, temperate where there are warm summers and cold winters, the desert where it is dry and cool, and forest where the summers are cool and short. Great climate changes have occurred, an example of which is the last ice age. Mankind can affect climate when, for example, he causes great forest fires that create so much smoke that the sun is obscured for months, cooling a region. More recently man has affected the climate as a result of pollution from industry causing the earth to warm through what is called the greenhouse effect.
Question 1. The passage states that the weather in high mountain ranges is cooler than in nearby low-lying areas. A. True B. False C. Cannot tell
Question 2. The passage describes how climate can change. A. True B. False C. Cannot tell
Question 3. In a tropical rainforest the climate is the same in winter and summer. A. True B. False C. Cannot tell
Question 4. In deserts, the winter is cooler than the summer. A. True B. False C. Cannot tell
Question 5. You can infer from the passage that the artic is a polar climate zone. A. True B. False C. Cannot tell
Question 1. B, Explanation: The passage states that the climate will be cooler, not the weather;
Question 2. A Explanation: The passage gives examples of causes and mechanisms of climate change;
Question 3. A Explanation: The passage states that in tropical rainforests the climate remains hot and damp all year round;
Question 4. C, Explanation: The passage does not provide information on this point and it cannot be safely inferred from the passage;
Question 5. A Explanation: The passage states that the artic is cold all year and that the polar zone is the only climate zone where it is always cold.
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