Hi guyz, firstly thank you all for your contributions. I have just taken the financial reasoning test which I must say was rather difficult. I would like to encourage those of you who can, to get as much practice as you can including purchasing the practice material. I was doing well on the free examples eg shldirect, kent uni numerical tests & other websites (you know them anyway, if not; GET BUSY.) I was averaging about +/-80% however, If the FSA test I just took is standard, I advice anyone who is getting about the same percentage on practice questions as myself to put +30% more effort. I did my best but am unlikely to go through. I got to question number 21 of 22 with 4 ‘i dont knows’ & 2 guesses.
I noticed 1 thing I would like to share with everyone looking to take the test. Please be ready for CHALLENGING questions as early as on question 2,3&4 as happened to myself. It might sound obvious but when one is actually taking the test, one needs to gain confidence by getting the first few questions correctly relatively easy.