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## IHS Towers Aptitude Test Past Questions and Answers – 2023

Have you applied and also got shortlisted for IHS Towers Aptitude Test? If yes, download IHS Towers Past questions and answers 2023 in PDF. It contains solved actual tests with well explained answers to every question, learn how to effectively solve the questions, pick the appropriate answers during your test, and achieve the needed confidence to pass IHS Towers online tests easily.

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## About the IHS Aptitude test format:

The IHS Towers / Workforce aptitude test is usually in 3 sections.

- Numerical problem solving,
- Verbal reasoning and
- Critical/Abstract reasoning questions may also be in the form of diagrammatic/abstract reasoning.

These tests will appear in the 2 stages of the test. Online test, and Physical verification assessment. The IHS Towers Aptitude Test Past Questions and Answers studypack is valid and very helpful for both stages. 85% Guaranteed pass rate based on previous candidates report and reviews.

## Free Sample IHS Towers Past questions and answers

1. Use the Above table to solve the following questions

If the sale price for a Faze laptop is $182.40 in the United States and 255.36 Euros in France, what is the sale price ratio for UK:US:France? (Use exchange rates of 1.2 Euros to the £; and 1.5$ to the £).

A. 152:121:212

B 7:6:9

C. 5:4:7

D. 4:5:7

E 152:122:213

Answer : C

**Explanation:**

Step 1 – Use the exchange rates to calculate the sale prices in the US and

in France in £. US sale price = $182.40 /1.5 = £121.6

French sales price = 255.36 /1.2 = £212.8

Step 2 – The Faze sales price in the UK is 2/5 x £380. We now obtain a

ratio UK; US; France = 152:121.6:212.8

Step 3 – Simplify the ratio by dividing by the highest common denominator

(30.4) 152/30.4 : 121.6/30.4 : 212.8/30.4 = 5:4:7

Thus the correct answer is (C) 5:4:7

2. If the same number of each model was sold last month and total sales were £220,000, how many of each model were sold?

A. 200

B. 2510

C. 100

D. 2150

E. Cannot Say

Answer : C

**Explanation:**

Step 1 – Calculate the total sales value of one of each type of laptop 400 + 350 + 380 + 420 + 650 = 2200

Step 2 – Divide total monthly sales by this number

220,000/2200 = 100

Thus the correct answer is (C) 100

3. Put the laptop models in order of increasing mark-up (Mark-up = Price – Costs).

A. Adele, Adelphi, Stunn, Faze, Brete

B. Adele, Stunn, Brete, Adelphi, Faze

C. Adele, Stunn, Adelphi, Faze, Brete

D. Stunn, Adele, Adelphi, Brete, Faze

E. Adele, Stunn, Adelphi, Brete, Faze

Answer : C

**Explanation:**

Step 1 – For each laptop model calculate the total costs, then deduct this from the price, as shown below:

Thus the correct Answer is (C) Adele, Stunn, Adelphi, Faze, Brete

4. Judy is now twice as old as Adam but 6 years ago she was 5 times as old as he was. How old is Judy now?

A. 10

B. 16

C. 20

D. 24

E. 32

Answer : B

Explanation:

Represent Adam with A

Represent Judy with J

Judy now is twice as old as Adam J = 2A

Six years ago J-6 = 5(A-6)

Therefore, J-6 = 5A – 30

J-6 = 5(J/2) – 30

Multiply through by 2

2(J-6) = 5J-60

2J-12 = 5J-60

-12+60 = 5J-60

48 = 3J

J = 48/3

J = 16 (B)

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5. A hospital has enough pills on hand to treat 10 patients for 14 days. How long will the pills last if there are 35 patients.

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6

D. 7

E. 8

Answer : A

Explanation:

This is a rate problem. The more the patients, the less the days the drugs can last. So Patients is indirectly proportional to Days (Patients α 1/Days)

Let P represent Pills

Let D represent Days

P α 1/D

P = K/D ( Where K = constant)

PD= K

10 x 14 = K

K = 140

Using the equation PD = K

For 35 patients, the pills will last for 35 x D = 140

D = 140/35 = 4 (A)

6. John can read 72 pages per hour. At this rate, how many pages can he read in 72 minutes

A. 68.4

B. 86.4

C. 88.4

D. 89.2

E. 92.4

Answer : B

Explanation:

Set up a proportion: 72 pages/1hr = 72 pages/60mins =xpages/72minutes

72 pages/60mins =xpages/72minutes

Therefore 72 x 72 = 60x

X = 5184/60

X = 86.4 (B)

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