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What is the cut-off score of Oliver Wyman Numerical Reasoning Test?

Anonymous A asked on Jun 14, 2018 - 2 answers
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As I recall, there is no hard cut-off - the score is looked at in conjunction with the rest of your application.



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In fact, there is a hard cut-off, however, it is not as high as you may think.

If you pass the cut-off, your score will be looked at in relation to the rest of your resume and in particular your grades in quantitative courses at university, which means

  1. You have been a strong student - don't worry too much about the test
  2. Your grades have not been too strong - you really need to show a strong test result



I could only manage 12 out of 30 quest but expecting 11 of those to be right — shikha on Oct 27, 2018

what do you think are chances — shikha on Oct 27, 2018

Hi Shikha, test score should be fine then. Best, Dorothea — Dorothea on Oct 27, 2018

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