Any practice pyschometric tests for PWC

#1

Any practice pyschometric tests for PWC I can do? I know someone who will be tested by them soon.

#2

The WikiJob ones ([[numerical reasoning|numerical - here]] and [[verbal reasoning|verbal - here]]) are fairly similar. I believe PwC uses [[SHL]] tests, examples of which are on the [[SHL]] website.

#3

thanks!!!

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#4

I’ve just got through the PwC recruitment process this week and I practiced a lot with SHL as it is indeed the company that they use! The link to SHL’s website enables you to take a practice test which consists of 38 questions.
Additionally, I have also found the two tests below by searching on Google. The first two links relate to the tests, the third link takes you to a PDF of the answers to the questions.
I hope this helps? I know how hard it is to get some proper practice in with only one test. Efinancialcareers.com also has three good numerical tests under the student section of the website.
http://www.stationcrafts.net/maths180/shlnumericalreasoning2.pdf

http://www.stationcrafts.net/maths180/shlnumericalreasoning.pdf

http://www.stationcrafts.net/maths180/shlanswers.pdf

#5

great stuff killing moon!

to what i remember at PWC the tests are slighy easier, the only hard bits are 0.23*0.53 etc and adding fractions, im sure this must be stuff on the net for this. any suggestions?

thanks again.

#6

I would say the diagrammatic reasoning was much, much harder than the numerical test - which is much easier than KPMG’s also.

#7

Hi guys,

Does anyone have a copy of those pdf files? The links have, sadly, gone dead.

Thanks!

#8

has anyone had any experience with graduatemonkey, are they any good? I saw their aptitude test preparation tutorial (Ebook, videos and practice tests) packs start from £19 per pack. Not sure if it is worth my money. Looking for a prompt response.
thanks a lot in advance!

#9

Hi, If you want to practice numerical and non-verbal i.e. diagrammatical (inductive, logical) reasoning tests, I think the best place to practice and learn for PwC may be graduatemonkey 'cause they do tutorials as well. They don’t have verbal packs though. I hope this helps.