# Abstract Reasoning Test (FREE/DEMO)

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Abstract Reasoning Test (FREE/DEMO)

An abstract reasoning test is an assessment that uses shapes and patterns to assess your problem-solving skills and ability to spot logical series. Abstract reasoning tests are non-verbal tests and so these tests will not require you to analyse verbal or numerical information in the questions and answers.
Our abstract reasoning test will help you better understand how aptitudes are measured. Many careers require a person of high logical ability and lateral intelligence making abstract reasoning tests fairly popular with employers.
This test consists of total 5 multiple-choice questions. You will be given 4 choices from which to select and complete the missing element.

You have to focus on box 1 (top left) and box 2 (top right) and to find the pattern. Apply the logic from the top row for box 3 (bottom left) and box 4 (bottom right). The large circle of box 1 retains the same position in box 2. The unshaded small circle moves in the middle in box 2 and is already shaded. The shaded square of box 1 is moved to the opposite corner in box 2 and is unshaded. The arrows maintain the same position in box 2, but are already in the opposite direction.

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You have to focus on box 1 (top left) and box 2 (top right) and to find the pattern. Apply the logic from the top row for box 3 (bottom left) and box 4 (bottom right). The star in box 1 moves clockwise and in box 2 is shaded. The small rectangle of box 1 is rotated 90 degrees and moved to the bottom of box 2. The large rectangle is rotated 90 degrees in box 2. The small squares of box 1 are moved one square down and the bottom square is moved to the top in box 2.

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Rule 1: From left to right, the line alternates between horizontal and vertical. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, the shaded and unshaded shapes rotate 45 degrees clockwise each time. Shaded shapes are always located on the right side of the vertical line and at the bottom of the horizontal line.

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Rule 1: From left to right, the arrow alternates in the upper left and lower right corners. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, the bottom shape moves to the top each time. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 3: From left to right, the lower figure is shaded first, then the second, then the third, and so on. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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