Numerical Reasoning tests are becoming increasingly common in CEM 11+ and common entrance exams. Numerical reasoning questions are typically worded problems requiring comprehension and mathematical manipulation of facts and figures presented. They are designed to measure the ability to interpret, analyse and sometimes draw conclusions from tables and graphs. These problems are often multi-part, requiring several conclusions to be drawn or evaluated from the same initial information, with answers occasionally being contingent on a preceding part answered accurately. Although some mathematical ability is required, the primary element being measured is the ability to reason with the facts. This series of mini-tests is representative of the numerical reasoning section of contemporary multi-discipline 11 plus exams that typically have two papers covering several subjects such as verbal and non-verbal reasoning, comprehensions and numerical reasoning. Numerical reasoning papers usually have a long multi-part worded numerical reasoning problems section and another containing more conventional short, quick-fire maths questions. This publication addresses the former with questions packaged as mini-tests. They are suitable practice for independent schools and new CEM-style 11 plus exams. Extensively road-tested by ElevenPlusExams, these tests are best used as real exam practice to benchmark your child s performance. The on-line service helps identify areas for improvement and, crucially, gauge peer comparison anonymously. They are perfect for use both in the classroom and at home.