The intermediate math test evaluates candidates’ ability to solve math equations and problems involving fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and time calculations. This test will help you identify candidates who can work well with numbers.
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Any job role that requires an intermediate level of math skills involving fractions, decimals, ratios, rates, and percentages.
Whether calculating salaries, projecting growth, or evaluating ROI, in today’s data-driven business world, many professions require good math skills. Employees who can easily understand and work with numbers take better business decisions based on facts and data. They can develop plans, allocate budgets, and distribute resources efficiently to support growth.
This intermediate math test evaluates candidate’s ability to perform math operations (additions, subtractions, multiplications, and divisions) using fractions and decimals. It also assesses candidate’s ability to calculate rate and percentages, estimate ratios, and calculate time duration.
Candidates who do well on this test understand the relationship between different types of numbers and know how to manipulate different numbers and equations to arrive at a solution. Unlike our elementary math tests that focus on double- and triple-digit whole numbers, one half of this intermediate math tests centers around fractions and decimals, while the other half requires the ability to work with percentages, rates, ratios, and durations.
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