ANRA Preparation Package
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- 567 Questions
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What is the Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal (ANRA)?
The ANRA test, short for Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal, measures higher-level numerical reasoning skills rather than just checking on basic mathematical capabilities. The test assesses your numerical skills relevant to problem-solving and decision making. The test is published and owned by TalentLens Pearson.
The ANRA is not your typical computational math test but instead assesses an individual’s capacity for deduction, interpretation, and evaluation. ANRA is often coupled with the Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal, but it can also be used as a stand-alone test when numerical reasoning alone needs to be measured.
ANRA is split into two sections. The first is called Comparison of Quantities and consists of comparative data based on which you need to select the appropriate answer. The second section is called Sufficiency of Information in which each question has two statements giving specific information with five possible answer combinations. It is up to you to select the right combination. You can find more details about each subtest below. For both categories, you are expected to have a mathematical knowledge level up to GCSE level. Furthermore, knowledge of basic mathematical concepts such as calculation of percentages, ratios, exponents, and operations such as speed, time and distance, are required.
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The ANRA Preparation Package consists of:
- ANRA - Comparison of quantities
- ANRA – Sufficiency of Information
- Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Test
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