Mettl Test for Numerical Reasoning

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The Mettl Test for Numerical Reasoning (MTNR) assess a candidate’s ability to perform basic arithmetic operations, analyze graphs and tabular data, carry out business estimates, analyze/assess business scenario in a given time frame, and solve problems with utmost concentration. This test can be used both for talent acquisition and development initiatives to help employers make recruitment decisions for job roles that require a candidate to work on data analysis, accounting and financial analysis and similar areas.
Responses to MTNR are scored based on how many correct options a respondent chooses. Each item answered correctly is awarded 1 mark and items answered incorrectly or not attempted are given a 0 (zero) mark. An individual’s overall score is an average of all items answered correctly. The scores are then converted into Sten scores, which bring these scores into a 10 point scale. A score of 1 indicates low performance and a score of 10 indicates high performance.
Numerical Reasoning Score
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Numerical Reasoning: High

Likely to have the ability to deal with numeric data. Likely to have the ability to perform basic arithmetic operations and analyze graphical and tabular data. Likely to have the ability to carry out business estimates with the help of interpreting and analyzing numerical data. Likely to analyze numeric data to find patterns or trends to support decision making.

Development Plan
Numerical Reasoning

Development Tips

• Identify critical numerical skills relevant to perform the responsibilities in your job.
• Identify the weaknesses and the strong points with respect to working with numerical information.
• Analyze the information given in the form of graphs, charts and table to see the bigger picture or identify the trends behind facts for better decision making.

Suggested Activities/Tasks

• Make it a point to read financial reports from different sources, for example newspapers and financial magazines.
• Analyze tables of numerical data and practise calculations by summarising the information.
• Take help from a colleague/ manager who you know is efficient in analyzing numerical information and discuss your analysis and conclusions on the information set with them.

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