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Math Problem Solving – AUS-US

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The Math Problem Solving – AUS-US test measures the candidate’s ability to use basic mathematic computations to solve real-world problems. Candidates may use paper and pencil to answer questions, but calculators are not allowed.

Localizations Available: US English, UK English, Australian English
Category: Essential Skills
Speeded and Timed: 8 minute time limit. Candidate not expected to complete all questions
Number of Questions: 20
Number of Sittings: One
Designed for Remote Testing: Yes
Question Format: Multiple choice
Product Category: Qwiz Primary Skills

Math Problem Solving – AUS-US Test Topics Questions Per Topic

• Basic Computations 9
• Fractions 2
• Percentages 6
• Proportions 3

Detail Description:

Question Topic Question Description
Basic Computations Calculate the total cost.
Fractions Determine the number of units sold.
Percentages Calculate the number of hours worked.
Percentages Calculate the contribution amount.
Basic Computations Calculate the average weekly sales.
Basic Computations Calculate the total cost.
Proportions Determine the number of minutes.
Percentages Calculate the selling price.
Basic Computations Determine the total amount of time.
Percentages Calculate the previous salary.
Basic Computations Determine the amount of change.
Fractions Determine the person who sold the most units.
Basic Computations Calculate the remaining vacation hours.
Basic Computations Calculate the savings per issue.
Percentages Calculate the total cost.
Percentages Determine the keystroke speed.
Basic Computations Calculate the total hours worked.
Proportions Determine the cost.
Proportions Determine the number of customers.
Basic Computations Calculate the number of km driven.