Abstract Reasoning

This test measures your problem-solving and non-verbal skills. It assesses your ability to interpret patterns or the relationship between shapes.
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How does Abstract Reasoning work?

Abstract reasoning tests are widely used within selection processes. They assess a candidate’s general intellect ability to reason logically. In this test, you need to show your ability to draw assumptions and conclusions based on information supplied in the form of symbols and/or matrices. 

In an abstract reasoning test, you will be asked to identify a missing item, diagram of figure that completes a certain pattern of logic, usually in the form of a matrix. 

Abstract reasoning tests have much in common with logical reasoning, diagrammatic reasoning, and inductive reasoning tests. All these tests are included in our All Test Package to help you ease worries and anxieties about the tests by familiarizing yourself with them. 

By clicking the image below, you can practice 8 free questions of our abstract reasoning practice tests:

Abstract-Reasoning-Example-Question

Example Abstract Reasoning question, click here or on the picture for a free test. 

The right answer to the example question above is D.

From left to right, the arrow rotates each column 45 degrees clockwise.

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