The Rust Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal Assessment (RANRA) determines candidates' ability to understand and apply mathematical information under pressure
The Rust Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal (RANRA) measures advanced numerical reasoning ability, which is an expected competency for Executive or Senior Management positions.
RANRA employs a framework constructed to pinpoint higher level numerical skills, involving the ability to deduce, interpret and evaluate information.
RANRA is a high-class measure of numerical reasoning, which provides further evidence about general ability, alongside the output from the market-leading Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal and Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices.
RANRA measures a candidate’s ability to compare quantities, in addition to their aptitude to intuitively recognise sufficiency of information.
The sub-tests place emphasis on eliciting analytical, rather than formulaic numerical skills. Questions are solved by employing higher-level numerical reasoning skills, rather than using rote or memory to undertake the calculations.
As a measure of using advanced numerical reasoning skills to solve problems, when recognition of equivalence and sufficiency information is combined, it can be one of the best predictors of future task performance.