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What is a Non-Verbal Reasoning Test?

Non-verbal reasoning tests, also called non-verbal aptitude tests, measure your ability to understand and analyze information presented in a visual way and solve problems logically. These type of tests are not culturally specific and don't rely on specific language skills. They involve very little mathematics knowledge so that only reasoning skills are assessed.

The Non-Verbal Reasoning Preparation Package offers an extensive range of tests that are often used in assessments to test your non-verbal reasoning skills. The Non-Verbal Preparation Package consists of the following tests: 

Non-Verbal Reasoning Practice Questions

Non-verbal reasoning is an umbrella term for psychometric aptitude tests such as abstract, diagrammatic, inductive, logical and spatial reasoning. These type of aptitude tests have the common characteristic that verbal competency is not necessary for, or assessed by them. 

Would you like to improve your non-verbal reasoning test scores? Start immediately with your test practice and make sure you ace your aptitude test!

In the boxes below you will find more information and practice questions of each of the test categories included in the non-verbal reasoning preparation package. 

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Abstract Reasoning

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, a 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.  

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.

Employers use the results of abstract reasoning tests to learn the extent to which you are capable of:

  • Efficiently learning new skills and abilities;
  • Quickly identifying patterns, logical rules, and trends in new data;
  • Thinking strategically about problems and developments within a field of work related to the position you’re applying for;
  • Analyzing new information, integrating this information into the overall picture and applying it to solve work-related problems.

Diagrammatic Reasoning

These tests are designed to measure a candidate’s analytical, decision making, logical and abstract reasoning and critical thinking abilities. Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests display a series of operators and their outputs. The candidate’s task is to infer a set of rules and to apply them to new situations. Candidates will not be required to use any prior knowledge, and the questions on the actual test will not vary depending on the role or specific industry where the candidate is recruited for.

Diagrammatic-Reasoning-Test-Example-Question

Example of a Diagrammatic Reasoning Test question. Click here for a free test.

In the Diagrammatic Reasoning question above, you need to choose the symbol that replaces the question mark. You do this by inferring the rules and sequences of the symbol as the following solution explains in detail.

Diagrammatic-Reasoning--Test-Example-Question-Solution

Example of a solution in a Diagrammatic Reasoning Test.

Inductive Reasoning

Inductive Reasoning Tests are standardized psychometric assessment tests that provide the employing organization with information about a candidate’s problem-solving abilities. This test is designed to measure a candidate’s ability to work flexibly with unfamiliar information and find solutions. People who perform well on Inductive Reasoning Tests tend to have a greater capacity to think conceptually as well as analytically.

Inductive-Reasoning-Test-Example-Question

Example of an Inductive Reasoning question. Click here for a free test.

In this Inductive Reasoning Test question, you must look at the movements and changes of the shapes and look for patterns. For this example, the correct answer is D.

Pattern 1: The thick line turns clockwise to the next point of the star.

Pattern 2: The dot turns clockwise to the point of the star one after the next one.

 

Logical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning Tests provide the employing organization with information about a candidate’s general problem-solving ability. This type of test usually does not require numerical or verbal skills, but there are different variations out there that do. Logical Reasoning Tests are designed to assess a candidate’s ability at skills such as how to interpret patterns and the relationships between shapes. 

Logical-Reasoning-Test-Example-Question

Example of a Logical Reasoning question. Click here for a free test.

In the Logical Reasoning Test question above, you must choose which one of the given options best fits the missing symbol in the grid. You do this by inferring the rules and sequences of the diagram as the following solution explains in detail. In this question, the correct answer is C.

Rule 1: From left to right, the star moves in a vertical line. This pattern continues onto the next row.

Rule 2: From left to right, the triangle moves in a clockwise direction. This pattern continues onto the next row.

Spatial Reasoning

Spatial Reasoning Tests are nonverbal, standardized psychometric assessment tests that provide the employing organization with information about a candidate’s ability to mentally re-arrange, rotate and manipulate shapes or objects without physically touching them. These tests are often used in technical sectors (such as engineering) but also in the military.

Spatial reasoning is essential for solving everyday problems, such as using a map and compass, merging into high-speed traffic, and orienting yourself in your environment. Other examples of tasks that require visual-spatial ability are determining the size of a box and how many objects fit in it, and using mirror images.

Spatial ability is also essential in many fields of study, such as mathematics, natural sciences, architecture, astronomy, engineering, and economic forecasting.

Spatial-Reasoning-Test-Example-Question

Example of Spatial Reasoning Test question. Click here for a free test. 

In the example above, the right answer is D. You can see why in the explanation below, with the use of the circles you can compare the sides that should be adjacent.

Why practice?

Practice makes perfect! You will see that through practise your performance will improve. Familiarizing yourself with psychometric tests is the first step to success. Through practice, you will get a clear picture of what these tests are, what they look like, what they measure, and what the testing conditions will be.

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Non-Verbal Reasoning Preparation Package

Develop your Non-Verbal Reasoning skills. Start improving your abstract, diagrammatic, inductive, logical and spatial reasoning skills!
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