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University of Chester

With a history spanning over 170 years, the University of Chester is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the UK. It continues to deliver an outstanding student learning experience, and aims to do so for every one of its 20,000 students. With a large student population and over 420 course combinations on offer, including the Arts, Business, Children’s Services, Health and Social Care, Humanities, Medicine, Dentistry, Science and Engineering, it is vital that the university also strives to benefit society. The University of Chester does so superbly; it puts an emphasis on research that has both economic and cultural practical effects, and ensures that its graduates are likely to secure employment via an outstanding careers team. In fact, the university consistently tops the North West for graduate employment, with 95.2% of its graduates currently working or pursuing further study 6 months after graduation – a statistic that exceeds the national average.

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Numerical reasoning tests are designed to identify an individual’s level of ability to reason with information provided in tables, charts and figures, in order to obtain a correct answer. A test taker is advised to look at each chart or table provided for each question, and use the information in these to work out the correct answer.
Verbal Reasoning Tests are designed to identify an individual’s level of ability to understand and respond to questions about information provided in a passage of text. A test taker is advised to read a given passage of text and then consider the questions which are presented as statements corresponding to the passage.
These tests are designed to assess your logical reasoning ability using the information provided in sequences of diagrams containing various shapes. The test taker is required to look at the diagrams and identify underlying rules and patterns in the sequence, in order to identify the correct diagram that should come next in the sequence from the options that are provided.
Situational Judgement Tests (SJTs), also known as Situational Judgement Questionnaires, are a type of psychometric test which assesses an individual’s competence. The test presents a candidate with a relevant work-related scenario and they are required to choose the best course of action from a number of options that are provided.