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Nachitech Oil Services Aptitude test Past questions
This study pack (Nachitech Oil Services Aptitude test Past questions) will help you prepare faster and adequately for your best performance in the test.
A crucial part of Nachitech Oil Services Job Aptitude test preparation is to solve and practice previous years’ question papers. This will help you understand the exam pattern, know the level of difficulty and ultimately, helps you create your best preparation strategy.
What is the format for this test?
The first stage of the recruitment process is an online aptitude test administered by SHL. The test format is basically Numerical and Verbal reasoning. If you pass the online test, you will be invited to their office for a verification test. The format for the verification test is exactly the same as the online stage and same principles you used to for the online test applies for the verification stage as well
In this study pack, you will find a compilation of over 800 actual SHL numerical and verbal questions and answers.
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Sample Nachitech Oil Services Aptitude test Past questions
Q9. To find the number of years it will take, there are two ways to approach it. Method 1: Using annuity formula We are basically looking for the number of years it will take 315000 to fall below 165000. FV=PV(1-R)n 162000=315000(0.8)n 162/315 = 0.8n 0.5142=0.8n apply logarithm: we know that if y=an then n=logy / loga so, number of years = n = log0.5142 / log0.8 = -0.2888/-0.0969 = 3years(Approximately)