Hi Hima,

I also sat for the test on the 8th so will try and answer your questions.

Iâ€™ve never seen any GMAT questions before so Iâ€™m not sure how similar they are. Apart from your normal percentage, ratio, proportion questions that youâ€™d fine in SHL/Kenexa tests there was also a bit of geometry - eg. there was a question where knowing the formula for the area of a circle would have led straight to the answer. Basic probability and stats would also help - eg. there was question that asked how many handshakes would take place if 12 people at a conference all shook hands with each other person once.

But as it has already been mentioned, time management is key! We were also told at the beginning that we werenâ€™t necessarily expected to finish all the questions so if you donâ€™t know how to work out a question, or find that you are taking too long, just move on to the next. There were plenty of questions to be answered - 30 in 20 mins.

I heard back 3 days later.

Hope that helps and all the best

Tessa