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Why do you need a Numerapt software?

Make your dreams come true! You only get 1 chance to 'land' your dream job. CockpitWeb has created 2 powerful job assessment preparation programs: the Aptitude Software and the Numerapt Software. CockpitWeb is the world leader in (pilot) aptitude test preparation!

Many companies worldwide use numerical reasoning, psychometric & mathematics tests to assess new candidates. Pilots, police officers, fire(wo)men, etc...

The Numerapt Software is designed to improve your Numerical Reasoning, Psychometric, Memory and Mathematics skills. This program, available since 2006 is an absolute bestseller. Worldwide 1000s of customers have used our software to prepare for job assessments.

Attend a job assement with confidence. Avoid sleepless nights the days before the test. Reduce the stress and avoid 'blackouts'.

No more excuses to fail a math test. Why do many people fail aptitude tests? Because they did not prepare! Don't let this happen to you! Preparation is a must! There is only 1 way to pass aptitude tests: practice, practice, practice!

This software helps build your confidence.

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What is the Numerapt Software?

The program has 41 different tests to sharpen your skills: mathematics, numerical reasoning, equations and memory tests. See the list below. Each test generates random exercises. Therefore there are more than 1 billion exercises included to practice endlessly! Not only will you be able to solve the exercises, you will become an expert. You will be fast as well as precise.

The purchase includes a 'Back-to-School'-ebook explaining how to solve each of the 41 tests.

At the end of each test you are given a time and score. Note your progress and improve your results by 500% and more.

Impress your assessor!

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Examples - here is a selection of tests included in the software (and explained in the ebook). Full list below.

"Is 1893966 a multiple of 6?

"Write 5/8 as a decimal."

"First you travel 260 miles at 52 mph. Then you travel 90 miles at 45 mph. What is your average speed?"

"Aircraft A and aircraft B are 720 miles apart and move towards each other. The speed of aircraft A is 114 mph and the speed of aircraft B is 366 mph. Where will both aircraft meet (distance from the startpoint of aircraft A)?"

"If you complete 5 tasks in 15 minutes, how many tasks will you complete in 105 minutes?"

"If John completes 5 tasks in 8 minutes and Bob completes 5 tasks in 6 minutes, how long will it take them to complete 5 tasks if they work together?"

Testimonials

"Excellent product. This program is more powerful than 10 books about math tests! You can practise endlessly." C.D., Germany

"I have nearly become as fast as my calculator, LOL ;-)" A.L., U.K.

"I failed a math test last year. I won't let it happen again." A.V., U.S.A.

"I believe that your Numerapt software is absolutely brilliant, as it was perfect help for practising my numerical abilities prior to my selection." R.D., U.K.


The Numerapt software includes the following 41 tests (each test is explained in the 'Back-to-School'-ebook):

41 tests included:

Example (more than 1 billion exercises included):

Mathematics/ Numerical Computation -
Basic Mental Arithmetic Training
(without using pen and paper!):

- Additions
- Subtractions
- Multiplications
- Divisions


- Addition of signed numbers
- Multiplication of signed numbers
- Multiplication of a digit and a number
- Average of 2 numbers
- Determine whether a number is a multiple of a digit
- Remainder of a division




72 + 97 =
58 - 42 =
9 x 7 =
96 / 8 =

35 - 59 =
6 x -7 =
59 x 8 =
Average of 93 and 78 =
Is 1893966 a multiple of 6?
Remainder of 171683 / 9 =

Mathematics/ Numerical Computation -
Tests using pen and paper:

Calculations with large numbers:
- Long additions
- Long subtractions
- Long multiplications
- Long divisions


Fractions:
- Adding fractions
- Subtracting fractions
- Multiplying fractions
- Dividing fractions

Decimals:
- Adding decimals
- Subtracting decimals
- Multiplying decimals
- Dividing decimals

Percentages:
- Convert percentages into fractions and vice versa
- Convert decimals into fractions and vice versa
- Calculate the percentage of a number
- Calculate the whole of a percentage
- Determine the percentage




750615 + 332762 =
418233 - 44410 =
6189 x 83 =
120101 / 83 =


1/2 + 1/3 =

1/2 - 1/3 =
2/3 x 4/5 =
2/3 / 5/4 =


2.52 + 4.7708 =
2.345 - 1.09 =
0.31 x 1.3 =
1.692 / 1.8 =


82% = …/50 ------------- 26/20 = ...%
0.8 = …/25 ----------------Write 5/8 as a decimal =
12.5% of 72 =
8 is 40% of …
What percentage of 72 is 18?

Numerical Reasoning:
Speed related problems:
- Calculate speed

- Calculate time

- Calculate distance


- Average speed


- Meeting point of 2 vehicles



Conversions:
- Time conversions (hours - minutes - seconds)

- Distance conversions (km - m - cm - mm)

- Distance problems


Task related problems:
- Task problems


- Combined tasks: working together



You travel 720 miles in 8 hours. What is your speed (mph)?

You travel 1800 miles at 200 mph. How many hours did you travel?

Your speed is 40 mph during 8 hours. How many miles did you travel?


First you travel 260 miles at 52 mph. Then you travel 90 miles at 45 mph. What is your average speed?

Aircraft A and aircraft B are 720 miles apart and move towards each other. The speed of aircraft A is 114 mph and the speed of aircraft B is 366 mph. Where will both aircraft meet (distance from the startpoint of aircraft A)?


How many seconds is 9 minutes 8/10?

How many m is 29.8 cm?

If you need 12 stones to fill 7 cm, how many stones do you require for 1.4 m?



If you complete 5 tasks in 15 minutes, how many tasks will you complete in 105 minutes?

If John completes 5 tasks in 8 minutes and Bob completes 5 tasks in 6 minutes, how long will it take them to complete 5 tasks if they work together?

Equations:
- Priority (operator precedence rules)




- Determine the number Y in an equation


- Determine the digit Y in a number


1 + 1 x 4 - 2 x 4 =
(5 + 4) x (2 - 5) x 5 =
1 + 5 x (3 + 4) - 5 =
(5 + 2) x 4 - 5 x 5 =

6 + 9 x Y = 7 x Y + 12
-36 + 3(Y + 4) = -5 x Y

3Y96 + 2100 = 5996

Memory / Concentration
(without using pen and paper!):
- Recall: memorize a number of digits/characters. Options:
----- digits only <-> digits and characters
----- choose between 6 to 10 characters
----- choose between 1 to 5 seconds

- Bonus: Memory game: find all the identical cards



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