Cognitive & Psychometric
- Attention to Detail Test
- Critical Thinking Test
- Memorization and Recall Skills
- Problem Solving Skills Test
- Email Skills Test
- Basic Word Processing Proficiency with Microsoft Word
- Intermediate Word Processing Proficiency with Microsoft Word
- Accounting Compliance Skills Test
- Bookkeeping Skills Test
- Business Goal Alignment Assessment for Supervisors
- Business Math Test
- Classroom Management Test for Elementary Teachers
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- Delivery Driver Vehicle Maintenance Test
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- Interpersonal Skills Test for Supervisors
- Lesson Planning Skills Test for Elementary Teachers
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- Merchandise and Supply Storage Management Test
- Mechanical Quality Monitoring Assessment
- Mechanical Skills Test: General Aptitude
- Nursing Skills: Patient Focus and Orientation Test
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- Project Management: Budget Management Skills Test
- Retail Shelf Stocking Assessment Test
- Sales Negotiation and Influencing Skills Test
- CRM Skills for Salesforce
- Technical Support Test
- Time Management Assessment for Supervisors
- Typing Test
- Work Safety Aptitude Test
- English Speaking Test
- English Writing Test
Business Math Test
- Ability to use basic business-related mathematical concepts such as arithmetic and algebra to solve problems
- Ability to identify and implement appropriate mathematical methods when approaching problems
- Multiple Choice
Organizations can greatly profit from hiring employees capable of analyzing numerical data, solving mathematical equations, and making calculations to perform a wide range of functions, from determining grade point averages to finalizing budget allowances. An employee who has a thorough understanding of basic mathematical principles can help prevent unintentional overspending, allocate receipt line items to appropriate accounts, and provide a high level of support by accurately calculating customer purchases and orders.
Find a talented, detail-oriented job candidate – who can immediately and effortlessly sweep into a new role – by using this business math test to gauge their mathematical proficiency. The business math test provides insight into a candidate’s ability to leverage formulas and numbers to support operational efficiencies and minimize errors and omissions.
The business math test helps predict a job candidate’s ability to:
- Discover what fraction of sales originated from a particular sales territory.
- Evaluate a budget and determine the amount of funds that can be allocated to a specific category.
- Identify the percentage of students who are enrolled in extracurricular activities.
- Figure the total cost of a catering order, taking into consideration item quantity, item cost, and tax rate.
- Calculate the percentage of produce items a market needs to sell by the end of the week to remain profitable.
- Reference a series of student homework and exam grades to assign final course grades.
Use this business math test to quickly and easily estimate the mathematical proficiency of entry-level or experienced candidates, including bookkeepers, accounting technicians, teachers, sales representatives, warehouse associates, event coordinators, catering managers, or any other applicable position that analyzes financial or numerical data to perform calculations or solve equations.
Sample Question 1
See the budget below:
How much money is in the budget for transit?
Sample Question 2
See the price sheet below:
|Monitor Price Sheet|
A customer wants to buy 3 Sleek Monitors and 2 Wide Monitors. What’s the total cost?
- Administrative & Customer Support
- Business Operations & Management
- Finance & Accounting
- Sales & Retail
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The business math test content was developed by the Indeed Assessment Science Team, with expertise in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Instructional Design, Education, and Graphic Design. In addition, team members worked in collaboration with subject matter experts (SMEs). Indeed’s SMEs are required to demonstrate experience performing at a high level, supervisory experience, or responsibility for defining requirements for those jobs that require business math skills.