Reading Facts Practice

Reading facts is the most common question types in McKinsey PST (38%). These questions test your ability to understand the fact / data itself. There will be no inferring, logic, hypothesizing, or creativity needed. See the illustrating picture below.

Word Problem Practice

All questions are word problem questions. This question type represents about 8% of all questions on the McKinsey Problem Solving Test. In this sample practice, you should aim for 2/2 correct answers.

Root-cause Reason Practice

All questions are root-cause questions. This question type represents about 13% of all questions on the McKinsey Problem Solving Test. This question is written based on an official McKinsey practice PST question.

Formulae Practice

All questions are formulae questions. This question type represents about 5% of all questions on the McKinsey Problem Solving Test. This question is written based on an official McKinsey practice PST question.

Client Interpretation Practice

All questions are client interpretation  questions. This question type represents about 8% of all questions on the McKinsey Problem Solving Test. This question is written based on an official McKinsey practice PST question.

Fact-based Conclusion Practice

All questions are fact-based conclusion questions. This question type represents about 14% of all questions on the McKinsey Problem Solving Test. This question is written based on an official McKinsey practice PST question.