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Aptitude Test Information Sheet
All applicants at Reynolds must complete our pre-employment testing, consisting of the Achiever and the Aptitude tests. The Aptitude test contains three timed sections, as detailed below. The test is not designed for you to finish. All questions are multiple choice, but DO NOT GUESS, as points are deducted for incorrect answers. Section 1: 15 minutes This part tests your ability to detect sequential patterns. The questions consist of a series of letters from the alphabet. You must select the letter to complete the series. Example: C, D, F, G, J, K, O, P, __ Answer: C, D, F, G, J, K, O, P, U Section 2: 15 minutes This section measures your ability to determine spatial relationships. These questions contain a series of shapes that rotate and move in patterns. You must identify the shape with the proper positioning to complete the series. Example:

What letter would complete this list?

Which one of these shapes will complete the above series?
A B C D E

Answer: E

Section 3: 30 minutes The last section tests your math aptitude with word problems (percentages, fractions, and algebra). You will not be permitted to use a calculator. As with the other sections, all questions are multiple choice. Example: In a certain company, 30 percent of the men and 20 percent of the women attend night school. If 40 percent of all employees are men, what percent of all the employees attend night school? Answer: 24 If writing the Aptitude test in our office, please allow two hours for your appointment. You may be interviewed upon completion of the assessment, so please dress professionally.

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