Basic Math Skills III / Fractions Aptitude Test

Use this pre-employment math test to find hires skilled in basic math with fractions.

Pre-Employment Test

Math fractions test for hiring

Purpose: This test measures skill in five areas of basic math with fractions: adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, converting fractions to decimals. The Basic Math Skills III – Fractions test should be used where employees need to be competent in fractions on their jobs. The test points out areas of deficiency that could be remediated by targeted training on the job. We recommend using this for any position where you need to know employees’ level of math skills and areas of deficit.

About the Test: This untimed test has 5 problems in each section for a total of 25 questions. Candidates scoring high on the Math Skills III – Fractions should perform the quantitative aspects of their job more quickly with a minimum of mistakes. Candidates scoring low are likely to make a lot of mistakes in their work, thus causing problems with production and record keeping.

What the Report Gives You: The report provides an overall score for all 25 problems, as well as separate scores for the five topic areas: adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, conversion to decimals.

Sample Questions for Basic Math Skills III - Fractions Test

1/8 + 3/4 =

(A) 4/4 (B) 7/8 (C) 5/8 (D) 3/8 (E) Correct answer not given

1/16 x 1/4 =

(A) 1/32 (B) 1/4 (C) 1/25 (D) 1/64 (E) Correct answer not given

2 1/8 =

(A) 2.18 (B) 2.125 (C) 2.80 (D) 2.28 (E) Correct answer not given

(Sample questions differ from actual test appearance and do not contain real test content.)


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