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"there are 60 children at a camp site. each child either wants to play hide and seek or go to the movies. twice as many children want to play hide and seek. how many children want to go to the movies?" • data interpretation tests are similar to the above but instead of using a text, a "scenario" or story as the input, the basis of the exercise is a data set presented in the form of a table, a chart, or any combination of these (e.g. "based on the data in the chart, by what percentage did the proportion of english-speaking people in cities change in france between 2000 and 2010?"). • estimation tests resemble computation tests in that the calculations to be made are very similar, but the numbers with which you have to work may be greater. the point of the test is not to measure ability to perform the actual calculation but rather the speed and accuracy at which candidates can approximate the result of the calculation. the aim is to select an answer option that will be close to what the result would be if the actual calculation was performed (e.g. 3.98 times 997 is approximately 4000).

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160 succeeding in numerical reasoning tests to make basic mental calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (e.g. "how much is (15+65) / 2 ?"). • applied reasoning tests represent a higher level where the focus is not on the actual ability to make calculations but rather the insight required to find out which calculations need to be performed to arrive at the answer. in other words, applied reasoning is tested. these tests are usually text-based in which a certain scenario involving numbers is described - it is this situation that the test-taker is expected to interpret in mathematical terms. to take an example of such a scenario: "there are 60 children at a camp site. each child either wants to play hide and seek or go to the movies. twice as many children want to play hide and seek. how many children want to go to the movies?" • data interpretation tests are similar to the above but instead of using a text, a "scenario" or story as the input, the basis of the exercise is a data set presented in the form of a table, a chart, or any combination of these (e.g. "based on the data in the chart, by what per- centage did the proportion of english-speaking people in cities change in france between 2000 and 2010?"). • estimation tests resemble computation tests in that the calculations to be made are very similar, but the numbers with which you have to work may be greater. the point of the test is not to measure ability to perform the actual calculation but rather the speed and accuracy at which candidates can approximate the result of the calculation. the aim is to select an answer option that will be close to what the result would be if the actual calculation was performed (e.g. 3.98 times 997 is approximately 4000). epso's numerical reasoning tests use elements of these four test types. yet it is easy to see how each test type builds on skills and routines used in the other types. quick esti- mations can only be made if we can make quick calculations as well. when you are faced with text-based numerical reasoning tests and you need to find a way to arrive at the answer, once you have done that, you must actually perform the required calculations or estimations to end up with the correct figure. when it comes to data interpretation based on tables and charts, the task is very similar to those in a text-based numerical rea- soning test, with the added twist of having the data presented in a tabular or graphical format. let's now turn our attention to a real numerical reasoning test item and see how the above skills come into play. high-definition television sets in various countries (thousands) belgium slovakia netherlands spain 2000 345 230 702 810 2005 612 462 950 1230 2010 880 510 1002 1600 q. approximately what percentage oftotal high-definition television sets across the four countries shown were in belgium in 2010? a. 10% b. 15% c. 22% d. 30% e. 35% using this sample test item, we can demonstrate how the above-described skills (data interpretation, applied numerical reasoning, estimation and computation) can be used to quickly and efficiently solve epso's numerical reasoning tests. the first step is to interpret the data that we need to work with. in the present case, the first step is to determine which figures from the table we actu- ally need. the question concerns the number of high-definition television sets in 2010, so

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