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Most tests for consulting, finance, accounting, government service, law require a certain degree of proficiency in numerical ability. Speed and accuracy with numbers, graphs, business judgment will give you the edge to make it through these rounds
For e.g. McKinsey, BCG, Bain, Booz, ATK, Accenture, Barclays, UBS, PwC, KPMG, Shell, BP, Credit Suisse, ASDA, Deloitte, UK Civil Service, E&Y, BCG, UKCAT, EU EPSO - all these and many more use numerical tests or case interviews (with numerical skills assessment). To succeed, you need to be good with "numbers." SHL & Kenexa type numeracy tests are also prevalent in many companies. All these assessments require strong numerical ability - accuracy and speed with numbers and data is essential.
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