# SHL-Style Numerical Test

This is a practice SHL-style numerical test that simulates the real test.

The test has 9 questions and you should aim to complete the test within 12 minutes.

All questions are multiple-choice.

Answers and explanations to the questions are provided at the end of the test.

SHL Numerical Test: question 1 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

What proportion of the unemployed graduates for 2000 studied in private universities?

SHL Numerical Test: question 2 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

Lea had £2,400 in her bank account, she spent 1/6 of the money on rent, and from the remainder she paid 2/5 for the credit card company. If Lea spent another £450 on a new coffee table, what fraction of the initial amount was left in her bank account?

SHL Numerical Test: question 3 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

What proportion of both sites' April and May traffic was for Cuisine.net?

SHL Numerical Test: question 4 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

If each pageview is worth £0.02 in advertising to Cooking.net, what was its income from traffic in July, if that month's gain from donations was £250,000?

SHL Numerical Test: question 5 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

In which month is the difference (measured in percentage points) between the sites’ relative change in traffic the greatest?

SHL Numerical Test: question 6 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

A mobile company offers insurance that covers cases of theft and accidental water damage. According to their policy, the insurance pays 60% and 50%, respectively and with a £30 deductible. This means the client pays the first £30, after which the insurance pays 60% in the case of a theft and 50% in the case of accidental water damage. How much will a client pay if her cell phone worth £1,080 was accidentally dropped into a glass of water?

SHL Numerical Test: question 7 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

What is the percentage of local designers with an annual turnover of more than £45,000 out of the total number of stores with an annual turnover of more than £45,000?

SHL Numerical Test: question 8 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

A bag of 100 blue and purple marbles has three times as many blue marbles as purple marbles. If purple marbles are added to the bag until the number of purple marbles in the bag is double the original amount, what is the probability of taking out a blue marble and then choosing another blue marble?

SHL Numerical Test: question 9 of 9

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

Assume that the monthly output for any brewery is the same throughout the year.

1 litre is sold for 1.5 euros

Which of these breweries has the highest ratio of operational costs to revenues?