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sara21

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#2
Psychometric tests are partly designed to assess natural aptitude, and the skill sets that is often required to pass is not something that can be taught, they are inherent (reasoning, comprehension...etc).
Obviously you can practice and get used to sitting such tests and improve your levels of numeracy / literacy but I think if you failed miserably then there is little hope of passing with a good score second time in.

It depends on why you failed, and how badly this fail was.
 
#3
sara21 said:
Psychometric tests are partly designed to assess natural aptitude, and the skill sets that is often required to pass is not something that can be taught, they are inherent (reasoning, comprehension...etc).
Obviously you can practice and get used to sitting such tests and improve your levels of numeracy / literacy but I think if you failed miserably then there is little hope of passing with a good score second time in.

It depends on why you failed, and how badly this fail was.
What kinds of things can you do to prepare for the test?
 
#4
It was just my maths done fab on all the other tests. Iv passed it once back in 02 but left it ages and had to retake cos its only valid for three years.
 
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