# Numerical Checker

Numerical Checkers are good at applying existing formulas they use on a regular basis.

>Description :

Numerical Checkers are good at applying existing formulas they use on a regular basis. They are most comfortable using formulas that they have repeatedly applied and have little interest in the theory or process behind the development of formulas.

>Easier :

1.Processing physical reactions rather than data

2.Reviewing the effects of numerical trends rather than the data itself

3.Applying common formulas in accepted ways

4.Entering data

>Difficult :

1.Processing physical reactions rather than data

2.Reviewing the effects of numerical trends rather than the data itself

3.Applying common formulas in accepted ways

4.Entering data

>Results Show :

1.Number puzzles don’t excite you, and we doubt you seek them out.

2.When you need to makes sense of piles of data, you’d rather use a given formula than come up with a new one on your own.

3.You’re likely to use a few formulas regularly and repeatedly: there’s no appeal for you in re-cracking a code.

>Aptitude Awareness :

On a political campaign you are the voter grabber, the "feet- on-the-ground" person who gets the signatures. You are not interested in calculating trends, but prefer a clear representation of what is needed.

>Tips :

1.Give yourself extra time to learn and understand mathematical formulas.

2.Once the trend's identified, jump in and apply what you know.

3.Focus on understanding the effects of number trends. Don't count yourself out: spotting the trend's just a first step.

4.Work with teams to gain better understanding