1. Passage Reading
2. Verbal Logic
3. Non Verbal Logic
4. Numerical Logic
5. Data Interpretation
6. Reasoning
7. Analytical Ability
8. Quantitative Aptitude
47. Simon and Jessica have travel allowances of 60p and 44p per mile respectively. Simon and Jessica each travel on average 25 miles and 30 miles respectively per sales visit. How much travel allowance is claimed in total by these 2 Sales Managers in August?
(a) £1,050
 
(b) £1,122
 
(c) £2,122
 
(d) £2,172

48. If the percentage change in sales visits between September and October (projected) continues for November, what will Jessica and Kims number of sales visits be in November?
(a) 71 visits (Jessica); 77 visits (Kim)
 
(b) 71 visits (Jessica); 78 visits (Kim)
 
(c) 72 visits (Jessica); 78 visits (Kim)
 
(d) 73 visits (Jessica); 79 visits (Kim)

49. If the margin of error on Octobers projected client visits is +/ 15%, what are the ranges for each Sales Manager (rounded to the nearest whole visit)?
(a) 90100 (Simon); 7785 (Jessica); 6674 (Kim)
 
(b) 90 107 (Simon); 7487 (Jessica); 6476 (Kim)
 
(c) 81109 (Simon); 7389 (Jessica); 6377 (Kim)
 
(d) 81109 (Simon); 6993 (Jessica); 6081 (Kim)

50. Jessica, who travelled 3,500 miles in July, travelled an extra 10 miles per client visit compared to Simon. What was the total number of miles Simon travelled in July?
(a) 2,400
 
(b) 2,600
 
(c) 2,800
 
(d) 3,000

51. The average order value per client visit is £145, £135 and £125 for Simon, Jessica and Kim respectively. Which Sales Managers generate the highest and lowest order values in June?
(a) Kim (most); Jessica (least)
 
(b) Simon (most); Jessica (least)
 
(c) Jessica (most); Kim (least)
 
(d) Jessica (most); Simon (least)

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