Round 1 – Numerical Test

Introduction

This tool is designed to help you practice for the Maven Securities Numerical Test, using the Trading Interview platform. Given the challenging nature of this test, our tool aims to prepare you effectively. The test has 40 questions, to be completed in 6 minutes.

The training tool replicates the format and scoring system of Maven’s Math Test:

  • +1 point for each correct answer.
  • No points will be deducted for the remaining unanswered questions.
  • To pass Maven’s math test, aim to score at least 70% (28/40) of the available points.

Let’s have a look at an example calculation of your points: if you finish the test at question 36 with 4 mistakes, your total score will be 36.

The free version of the Maven Math Test training tool provides a fixed set of 40 questions, allowing you to familiarize yourself with the test's structure and question types. For a more comprehensive preparation experience, consider having a look at our packages. It grants you access to an infinite number of randomly generated tests, reflecting the diversity of scenarios you might encounter in the actual test. It offers detailed insights into your performance. Not only can you see your time taken per question, but you can also see detailed statistics per question type. Our benchmark scores provide you with insights to how you’re performing compared to other candidates on our platform. Additionally, our tracking feature records your scores over time, providing a clear trajectory of your progress and readiness for the actual Maven Numerical Test.

This platform gives you an edge in your preparations for Maven’s interview process, simulating the real test environment and helping you understand what to expect in the actual math test.

If you want to find out more about Maven’s application process, please have a look at our company preparations course.

Example Test Statistics

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