All Tests


Group Exercise

Group Exercises are a widely-used assessment technique used by graduate recruiters at assessment centers. Candidates are usually given a case study or topic to discuss or a problem to solve within a given time limit.

In-Tray and E-Tray Exercises

In-Tray and E-Tray (electronic format) Exercises are simulations of working environments. You will be assessed on your ability to prioritize tasks and interpret information based on a selection of letters, emails, and reports in either paper or electronic format. Practice real In-Tray and E-Tray Exercises as used by recruiters and employers, and increase your score for optimal performance.

Abstract Reasoning

Abstract Reasoning Tests, also called critical reasoning tests, are designed to measure problem-solving abilities and non-verbal skills. These tests assess a candidate's ability at skills such as how to interpret patterns or the relationship between shapes.


In an Antonyms Test, you must choose the correct opposite word (antonym) out of a list of possible answers. For example, “full” is an antonym of “empty”. By practicing with 5 tests and 75 questions you will improve your vocabulary skills and will be one step closer to ace your assessment.

Diagrammatic Reasoning

Diagrammatic Reasoning (also called abstract reasoning) assess a candidate's ability to think logically and solve complex problems. In these tests, you will need to analyze a sequence of figures and diagrams and identify the patterns or changes. Try one of our (free) tests now to see how they help you improve!

Error Checking Test

Error/Data Checking Tests are developed to assess your skills in information interpretation and accuracy. Develop your skills in this area with 6 tests and 90 questions to improve your attention to detail and come closer to a perfect score.

Inductive Reasoning

Inductive reasoning tests are similar to abstract reasoning or diagrammatic reasoning tests. These tests are used to measure abilities that are important in solving problems. Our practice tests have been written by professionals to make sure you know what to expect during your real inductive reasoning test. Try our (free) tests now!

Logical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning Tests, also called critical reasoning tests, are designed to measure problem-solving abilities and non-verbal skills. These tests assess a candidate's ability at skills such as how to interpret patterns or the relationship between shapes.

Mental Arithmetic Test

A Mental Arithmetic Test is designed to measure your ability to answer problems using the basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). Practicing these problems will improve your calculation speed, and make your results more accurate. Become faster and more confident in your math skills by practicing with 12 tests and 300 questions.

Number Sequences

In a Number Sequences Test, you are asked to find a connection between given numbers in a sequence and choose the right number that comes next. Solve your Number Sequences tests faster and better by practicing with 13 tests and 325 questions.

Numerical Reasoning

Numerical Reasoning Tests are designed to assess your numerical skills and mathematical interpretation of facts and figures in statistical graphs and tables. Improve your performance by practicing with 12 Numerical Reasoning tests that include 240 questions!

Situational Judgement Test (SJT)

A Situational Judgement Test (SJT) assesses your ability to choose the most appropriate course of action in workplace situations. Familiarize yourself with the SJT format and arrive at your tests knowing what to expect. Practice and distinguish yourself from other candidates.

Spatial Reasoning

The Spatial Reasoning Tests measure your ability to mentally re-arrange, rotate and manipulate shapes or objects. Train your mental capabilities and familiarize yourself with this test category by practicing with 8 tests and 64 questions.

Syllogisms Test

Syllogisms Tests measure your deductive skills and capability to make logical conclusions. By practicing with 9 tests and 135 questions you will reach these conclusions faster and more accurately.

Venn Diagrams

A Venn Diagram (also called primary diagram, set diagram or logic diagram) is a diagram that shows all possible logical relations between a finite collection of different sets. In a Venn Diagram test, the candidate is given three elements. These elements may or may not have some inter linkage or relationship. It is up to the candidate to select the answer that correctly visualizes the relationship between the given elements.

Verbal Analogies

Verbal Analogy Tests assess your ability to make connections between words. By practicing with our 12 Verbal Analogy Tests, you will significantly improve your critical thinking and vocabulary skills, as well as your understanding of word relationships.

Verbal Reasoning

A Verbal Reasoning Test assesses your capability to understand, analyze and interpret written information. Increase your verbal capabilities by practicing with 13 tests and 156 questions, and arrive confident on the day of your test!

Vocabulary Test

The Vocabulary Tests measure your knowledge of the meaning of different words. In this test, you are asked to select the word that best matches the meaning of the given word. Increase your vocabulary by practicing with 6 tests with 150 questions.

Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Test

Familiarize yourself with a Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Test, and learn how to interpret given information, and how to solve a problem based on this information. Adopt the way of thinking required for this test, increase your score, and distinguish yourself from the other candidates.

Word Problem Test

Word Problem Tests will assess your reading comprehension skills and numerical aptitude. In these tests, you will be asked to solve mathematical problems based on short texts. Familiarize with these tests by practicing.