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Formula Sheet for Oliver Wyman's Numerical Reasoning Test

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Hi everyone!

As I am progressing in my prep for the Oliver Wyman Numerical Reasoning Test, I noticed that the questions often focus on geometry problems and other Maths topics that require formulas (probability etc).

Does anyone of you by any chance have a formula sheet or an overview with all the necessary formulas that cover all Maths topics I need to know for the test?

I'm scared that I'm missing something and would highly appreciate any help!

Vlad replied on 06/21/2018
McKinsey / Accenture / Got all BIG3 offers / More than 300 real MBB cases / Harvard Business School

Hi,

Basically, any entry-level GMAT book will contain all the formulas. Since for you it's more about the theory rather than questions, you don't even need to buy anything. You can just download any outdated GMAT book.

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