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  • Barrett, J. (2010). How to pass advanced aptitude tests: Assess your potential and analyse your career options with graduate and managerial level psychometric tests. Kogan Page. (ILC: HF5381.7 .B37 2010)
  • Barrett, J. (2011). The aptitude test workbook [electronic resource]: Discover your potential and improve your career options with practice psychometric tests. Retrieved from: https://julac.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/1l4frf6/CUHK_IZ51901430740003407
  • Barrett, J. (2012). Ultimate aptitude tests: assess and develop your potential with numerical, verbal and abstract tests. Kogan Page. (UL: HF5381.7 .B373 2012)
  • Hodgson, S. (2008). Brilliant tactics to pass aptitude tests: Psychometric, numeracy, verbal reasoning, and many more. Kogan Page. (UC: HF5381.7 .H63 2008)
  • Hoffman, E. (2002). Psychological testing at work [electronic resource]: How to use, interpret, and get the most out of the newest tests in personality, learning style, aptitudes, interests, and more!. Retrieved from: https://julac.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/1l4frf6/CUHK_IZ51869069200003407
  • Philip, C. (2011). IQ and aptitude tests: Assess your verbal, numerical and spatial reasoning skills. Kogan Page. (ILC: BF431.3 .C3617 2011)
  • Philip, C. (2011). IQ and psychometric test workbook: Essential preparation for verbal, numerical and spatial aptitude tests, and personality tests. Kogan Page. (ILC: BF431.3 .C3618 2011)


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