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## What is theAON cut-e Numerical Reasoning Test?

The cut-e Numerical Ability Test is an aptitude assessment taken as part of the hiring process for a wide range of positions to evaluate your numerical aptitude and various aspects of your arithmetic abilities.

The focus of this page is the scales numerical (AON Numerical Reasoning). A less common numerical test is the scales eql (AON Basic Numerical Comprehension). Read more about the scales eql.

## cut-e scales numerical

The scales numerical assessment is the more common type of cut-e numerical test.

This test assesses your aptitude to understand, analyze, and evaluate data from charts, diagrams, and tables.

The test consists of 37 tasks to complete in 12 minutes

A shorter form of the test consists of 18 tasks to complete in 6 minutes

The test comes in three versions, depending on the industry and the role you applied for – consumer, finance, and industrial. The difference between these versions is not in the level of difficulty or mathematical ability but subject matter only.

In each task, you will be presented with a statement. You need to determine whether it is true, false, or cannot say according to provided information. To answer the question, you need to perform mathematical calculations, such as percentages, ratios, currency conversion, fractions, and trends. At the top of your screen are several tabs; each has a chart, table or diagram that displays data regarding different aspects of the task, such as revenue, expenses, and stock.

To reach a conclusion, you are required not only to interpret the numerical information correctly but also to comprehend which tab holds the relevant data to the statement, which can be pretty challenging under time pressure.

### cut-e Scales Numerical Sample Question #1

Hard Drives Proceeds Employees & Income Sales Market Overview Production Assess the following statement: Laptops and tablets constitute approximately 20% of the products sold by Arclight.

### cut-e Scales Numerical Sample Question #2

Revenues Expenses Research & Development Costs Regional Growth Stocks Future Value Assess the following statement: Urana’s German market share accounts for exactly a quarter of the company’s total share in the UK, US, German and French markets combined.

We have created special online practice packs that simulate the cut-e numerical reasoning tests –

• Full-length consumer and finance practice tests along with comprehensive explanations and solving tips.
• Detailed guide on how to quickly find your way through the different tabs, thus shortening the time it takes you to answer correctly.
• Various mathematical study materials, including guides, video tutorials, and practice questions.

So start practicing now and improve your performance on the actual test.

## What Does the AON cut-e scales Numerical Test Assess?

The cut-e scales numerical assessment evaluates your ability to analyze data out of diagrams and tables as well as to perform arithmetic calculations data in a very short and limited time.

The test is used as part of the screening process for management positions in many companies and organizations, including Credit Suisse, UBS, Rolls Royce, and pwc.

## cut-e scales eql

The scales eql is the lesser common type of cut-e numerical test.

This test assesses your basic numerical comprehension and ability to use your mental calculation to solve arithmetic functions, evolving additions, subtraction, and multiplication.

The test consists of 15 questions to complete in 5 minutes.

You will be presented with an equation with missing parts. You need to complete the equation by choosing numbers from 1 to 9, so the given result is correct.

Keep notice, each number can only be used once.

### cut-e scales eql Sample Question #1 Show Solution

Applying BODMAS rules, we should start with multiplication. The quotient of the first two digits has to be lower than 14, as we will need to add more digits later.

In determining the most prudent digits to use for these positions, we can take advantage of the unique properties of the number 1, enabling us to twin it with a high number. For example, we can choose 9, and divide it by 1 to arrive at 9 - a number close enough to our predefined result that simple addition can get us to it.

9 + x + y = 14

Next, we will use inverse operations on both sides of the equation to simplify it:

x + y = 5.

All that remains is to find an appropriate combination for X and Y. One possible combination is: (3, 2).

Therefore, a possible solution is: (9, 1, 3, 2)

Other possible solutions: (8, 4, 9, 3), (5, 1, 6, 3).

### cut-e scales eql Sample Question #2 Show Solution

Facing a question with more than one operator, we should start with the mathematical operation that is precedent according to the order of operations.

In this case, all the operations have the same precedence: multiplication and division. As their order is insignificant, where we start is up to us.

One possible approach is to replace the empty space to the right of the division sign with the digit 1.

X * Y : 1 = 8

By taking advantage of the number 1's properties, we now require only an appropriate combination for X and Y. A possible Solution is: (2, 4).

Therefore, a possible solution is: (2, 4, 1).

Another possible solution is: (4, 6, 3).

JobTestPrep offers a practice prepack that will help freshen up your numeracy skills. You can practice all the cut-e Scales eql test topics, and master mental calculating.

## What Does the AON cut-e scales eql Test Assess?

The cut-e Scales eql assesses your numerical skills and your ability to use mental calculations under time pressure.

## AON cut-e Numerical Reasoning Test Tips

• Practice precisely for what you need – as previously mentioned, the AON Numerical Reasoning Test comes in one of 3 test versions, depending on the industry you apply for. Subject matter between versions is different, so better prepare using the accurate test content.
• Refrain from guessing – the test score is calculated only by the correct answers, while deducted for every incorrect answer. Therefore, it is better to leave an unanswered question than to guess.
• Keep calm and carry on – you may not be able to complete the test under the restricted timeframe. If you can’t figure out the correct answer, you can move on to the next one and revisit it later if you have enough time.
• Be focused on the goal –the cut-e assessment tests are unique in format and structure. Therefore, to ensure you pass the test, you must avoid generic Numerical Reasoning practice tests and focus on the specific cut-e test you were invited to take.

## Prepare for your AON cut-e Numerical Reasoning Test

Two complete AON Numerical practice tests of each version (consumer, finance, industry).

Familiarize yourself with the unique scales numerical format and practice the mathematical concepts to improve your performance in the real test.

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