The CBS MBA Admission Test is a computer-based test which assesses your skills in verbal critical reasoning and numerical critical reasoning.
• The numerical section consists of 21 multiple choice questions to be completed within 21 minutes.
• The verbal section consists of 30 multiple choice questions to be completed within 15 minutes
Numerical Critical Reasoning measures the ability to make correct decisions or inferences from numerical data. The tasks set and data presented are highly relevant to a range of high level management jobs.
You were allowed to use a calculator which further increased the relevance, and puts the emphasis clearly on understanding and evaluation rather than computation.
Verbal Critical Reasoning measures the ability to evaluate the logic of various kinds of arguments. The tasks set and the logic covered are designed to be relevant managerial work. The test consists of a series of passages followed by a number of questions. You are required to decide whether a statement made in relation to the information contained in the passages was true, false or whether there was insufficient information to make such a judgment.
The score report will be given to you at the interview.
The cost for taking the test is 1000 DKK. An invoice in the amount of 1000 DKK will be sent to you from CBS.
Approx 134 Euro
1 Danish Krone (DKK) = 0.13408 Euro
The test can be taken online as long as you have a strong internet connection, a webcam and a skype account.
To get an idea of how the admission test is structured, you are welcome to take a trial test
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