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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1. Please select the correct answer

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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2. Please select the correct answer

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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3. Please select the correct answer

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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4. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the line rotates 45 degrees clockwise. From one corner of the star to the other. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, the circle in the middle of the star alternates between unshaded and shaded. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 3: From left to right, the shaded circle outside the star moves counterclockwise. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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5. Please select the correct answer

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WISC-V Test Practice (FREE/DEMO)

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WISC-V Test Practice (FREE/DEMO)

Practice Test for the WISC®-V Test

The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children®/WISC® is used to assess intelligence in children aged 6 to 16. It consists of 16 primary and five complementary subtests. The WISC®-V assessment takes between 50 and 65 minutes to complete. The purpose of the test is to determine whether or not the child is gifted, as well as the student’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Visual puzzles and Figure Weights are two of the new primary subtests included in this practice test.

About this test

This test will help you to practice and prepare for Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-V®) Test. It consists of total 5 multiple-choice questions.
You will be given 4 choices from which to select. The calculated score is provided upon completing the test.

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1. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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2. Please select the correct answer

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3. Please select the correct answer

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4. Please select the correct answer

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5. Please select the correct answer

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Raven’s Progressive Matrices (FREE/DEMO)

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Raven’s Progressive Matrices (FREE/DEMO)

RPM (Raven’s Progressive Matrices™) is a nonverbal test typically used to measure general human intelligence.
This test consists of total 5 multiple-choice RPM/SPM/APM questions. You will be given 8 choices from which to select and complete the missing element.
You can always use the info button (upper-left) to see the logic in case the question is too hard for you.
The calculated score is provided upon completing the test.

Try to guess the missing part by visualizing the whole image. Make sure that you focus on the direction, width, relative size, sequence or the color of the lines or figures in the answers.

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1. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
The figure in the third column is created by overlapping the figures in the first and second columns.
Rule 2:
The figure in the first column is created by adding an extra line/arrow to the figure in the third column of the preceding row.

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2. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the shape rotates 30 degrees clockwise.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the arrow rotates 45 degrees clockwise. arrow rotates 45 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next row.

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3. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the black shape rotates 45 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the white shape rotates 45 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 3:
From left to right, the white shape moves one place clockwise. This model continues in the next row.

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4. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the black shape moves from the outer shape to the inner shape one shape at a time. Once the inner shape is black, it moves back to the outer shape one shape at a time. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the small squares move one step clockwise. They move together with the shaded shape. This model continues in the next column.

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5. Please select the correct answer

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WAIS-IV Test Preparation (FREE/DEMO)

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WAIS-IV Test Preparation (FREE/DEMO)

The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS)® is an IQ test used to assess intelligence and cognitive capacity in adults and older adolescents. The WAIS®-IV assessment is appropriate for use with persons aged 16 to 90. It’s the most extensively used IQ test in the world. The latest version of the test, the WAIS®-IV, which was introduced in 2008, consists of ten core subtests and five additional subtests.
This FREE test consists of total 5 multiple-choice questions . You can always use the info button (upper-left) to see a hint The FULL version of this test is available here

In each box, the top triangle goes down one position. When it hits the bottom, it disappears. The logic is the same for the other triangles.

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1. What comes next in the sequence?

You have to focus on box 1 (top left) and box 2 (top right) andto find the pattern. Apply the logic from the top row for box 3(bottom left) and box 4 (bottom right). There is a green square in box 3 and four green circles in box 4 (as many sides as the square). Because box 2 has three yellow circles, box 1 will have a yellow triangle.

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2. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

Rule 1:
Squares and hexagons are alternately shaded and un-shaded.
Rule 2:
The unshaded hexagons have an arrow in the middle, while the shaded hexagons have a triangle.
Rule 3:
The triangle rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise while the arrow rotates 45 degrees clockwise.
Rule 4:
The square in each row moves from one corner to the other clockwise.

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3. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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4. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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5. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

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WAIS-IV Preparation

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WAIS-IV Test Preparation

The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS)® is an IQ test used to assess intelligence and cognitive capacity in adults and older adolescents. The WAIS®-IV assessment is appropriate for use with persons aged 16 to 90. It’s the most extensively used IQ test in the world. The latest version of the test, the WAIS®-IV, which was introduced in 2008, consists of ten core subtests and five additional subtests.
This test consists of total 80 multiple-choice questions . You can always use the info button (upper-left) to see a hint.  On each test you will get 20 random questions. The correct answers along with calculated score are proved upon completing the test.

This IQ Test requires post-payment of €4.99 (one-time) and includes:
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Rule 1:
One side of the hexagon is missing in each column, clockwise from top to bottom.
Rule 2:
The central figure rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise from top to bottom.

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1. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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2. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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3. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Rule 1:
In each row, the shaded semicircle is rotated 45 degrees counterclockwise.
Rule 2:
The unshaded semicircle in each row is rotated 45 degrees clockwise.

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4. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

Rule 1:
The first row has stars, the second contains circles, and the third contains hexagons.
Rule 2:
The first column has one line, the second two, and the third three.
Rule 3:
The lines in each row and column are rotated 45 degrees clockwise.

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5. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

The star has four, five, and six points in alternating rotations. The star’s colors change between yellow and green, with each color occupying two consecutive boxes. In each box, the blue square’s number grows. When all four corners have been filled, the squares begin to decrease by one.

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6. What comes next in the sequence?

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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7. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Rule 1:
Each row and column has one green, blue, and yellow square.

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8. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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9. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

You have to focus on box 1 (top left) and box 2 (top right) andto find the pattern. Apply the logic from the top row for box 3(bottom left) and box 4 (bottom right). The figures in the matrix are all the same.

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10. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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11. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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12. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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13. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

The arrow rotates 90 degrees clockwise after every second box. The orange square moves from one corner to the other in the opposite direction. The square changes color once it has been in all four corners. The yellow rectangle appears alternatively through a box and turns 90 degrees.

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14. What comes next in the sequence?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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15. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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16. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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17. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

The row alternates between one small and two large circles. A same color appears in two following boxes. The following ones have a different color.

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18. What comes next in the sequence?

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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19. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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20. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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Raven’s Progressive Matrices

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Raven’s Progressive Matrices

RPM (Raven’s Progressive Matrices™) is a nonverbal test typically used to measure general human intelligence.
This test consists of total 100 multiple-choice RPM/SPM/APM questions. On each test you will get 20 random questions with similar difficulty. You will be given 8 choices from which to select and complete the missing element.
You can always use the info button (upper-left) to see the logic in case the question is too hard for you.
The correct answers along with calculated score are proved upon completing the test.

This IQ Test requires post-payment of €4.99 (one-time) and includes:
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Rule 1:
From left to right, the line moves two segments anti-clockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the circle moves one segment clockwise. This model continues in the next row.

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1. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the black square moves one step down inside the first vertical portion.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the triangle rotates 90 degrees clockwise inside the second vertical portion. This model continuesin the next column.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the black circle moves one step up inside the third vertical portion.

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2. Please select the correct answer

Try to guess the missing part by visualizing the whole image. Make sure that you focus on the direction, width, relative size, sequence or the color of the lines or figures in the answers.

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3. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the number of points on the stars decreases by one in each row.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the number of points on the stars increase by one in each column.
Rule 3:
From left to right, the small circles, and the star alternates between white and black.
Rule 4:
In each cell, the number of circles in each box, is equal tothe number of points on the star.

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4. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
In each row, the shape in the third column is created by superimposing the shapes in the first and the second columns.

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5. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the shapes rotate 90 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the shapes move one place clockwise. This model continues in the next column.

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6. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the black shape moves from the back shape to the front shape one shape at a time. Once the front shape is shaded, start again from the back shape . This model continues to the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the small square moves one step anticlockwise each time. This model continues to the next column.

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7. Please select the correct answer

Try to guess the missing part by visualizing the whole image. Make sure that you focus on the direction, width, relative size, sequence or the color of the lines or figures in the answers.

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8. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the total number of the lines is increasing twice in de second cell and trice in the third cell.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the lines in the first row are increased by two.

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9. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the rhombus at the center and the rhombuses at the corners rotate alternately. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the rhombus at the center rotates 90 degrees clockwise in alternate cells. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the rhombuses at the corners rotate 90 degrees clockwise in alternate cells. This model continues in the next column.

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10. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the Roman numerals and the shape move one place in a clockwise direction. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
In each row, the number of edges on the shape becomes one more than that of the preceding row.
Rule 3:
In each row, the Roman numerals are replaced by the number of edges of the shape in that row.

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11. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the white circle moves two places clockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the black circle moves diagonally from top to bottom. This model continues in the next row.

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12. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the alternate octagons are shaded.This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the circle alternates between whiteand black. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the small shape moves one step clockwise. This model continues in the next column.

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13. Please select the correct answer

Try to guess the missing part by visualizing the whole image. Make sure that you focus on the direction, width, relative size, sequence or the color of the lines or figures in the answers.

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14. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
In each row, the number of shaded portions in the second column is one more than the number of shaded portions in the first column.
Rule 2:
In each row, the number of shaded portions in the third column is equal to the number of shaded portions in the first two columns.
Rule 3:
In each row, the number of shaded portions in the first columns is equal to the number of shaded portions of the third column of the preceding row.

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15. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
In each row, the shape in the third column is created by superimposing the shapes in the first and second columns.

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16. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the black square moves one place along a vertical direction. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the white square moves two places along a vertical direction. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 3:
From left to right, the X-square moves one place in a clockwise direction.This model continues in the next row.
Notice:
When the white square and the black square/X-square intersect, the black square/X-square is shown in the front.

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17. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the number of shaded pieces increases by one.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the number of pieces increases by two.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the number of shaded pieces increases by one.
Rule 4:
Shading is added to next piece in clockwise direction.

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18. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, in each column, the shapes move one place to the right in a cyclic method. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
The half circle is present in all the three columns.
Rule 3:
For the other shapes, the number of edges (or points for stars) on the shape(s) increases by two in subsequent columns.

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19. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the black ellipse of the first row moves to left one place each time. When the black shape reachesits end, it starts again at the second row right position. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the black ellipse of the last row moves to right one place each time. When the black ellipse reaches its end, it starts again in the third row left position. This model continues in the next row.

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20. Please select the correct answer

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WISC-V Test Practice

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WISC-V Test Practice

Practice Test for the WISC®-V Test

The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children®/WISC® is used to assess intelligence in children aged 6 to 16. It consists of 16 primary and five complementary subtests. The WISC®-V assessment takes between 50 and 65 minutes to complete. The purpose of the test is to determine whether or not the child is gifted, as well as the student’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Visual puzzles and Figure Weights are two of the new primary subtests included in this practice test.

About this test

This test will help you to practice and prepare for Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-V®) Test. It consists of total 60 multiple-choice questions. On each test you will get 20 random questions with similar difficulty.
You will be given 4 choices from which to select. The correct answers along with calculated score are proved upon completing the test.

This IQ Test requires post-payment of €4.99 (one-time) and includes:
Your IQ score, Percentage of correct answers and email with PDF Certificate

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1. Please select the correct answer

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2. Please select the correct answer

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3. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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4. Please select the correct answer

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5. Please select the correct answer

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6. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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7. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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8. Please select the correct answer

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9. Please select the correct answer

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10. Please select the correct answer

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11. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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12. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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13. Please select the correct answer

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14. Please select the correct answer

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15. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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16. Please select the correct answer

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17. Please select the correct answer

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18. Please select the correct answer

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19. Please select the correct answer

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20. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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Abstract Reasoning Test

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Abstract Reasoning Test

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 40 multiple-choice questions. On each test you will get 20 random questions. You will be given 4 choices from which to select and complete the missing element.
This IQ Test requires post-payment of €4.99 (one-time) and includes:
Your IQ score, Percentage of correct answers and email with PDF Certificate

Rule 1: From left to right, the shape in the last column has the same number of sides as the sum of the sides of the shapes in the first and second columns.
Rule 2: Shapes with odd sides are shaded and shapes with even sides are shaded.
Note: The circle counts as one side.

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1. Please select the correct answer

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 upper two arrows in box 1 change direction from the upper left corner to the lower left corner in box 2. The lower two arrows in box 1 change direction from the upper right corner in box 1 to the lower right corner in box 2. The triangle doubles in box 2 as the two triangles are located next to each other with slight overlap.

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2. Please select the correct answer

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 circle from box 1 is moved in the middle in box 2. The arrows from box 1 move in box 2 to the end of the direction they point.

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3. Please select the correct answer

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 sum of the sides of the shapes in box 1 is equal to the sides of the shaded shape in box 2. The arrow from box 1 is moved to the opposite corner in box 2.

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4. Please select the correct answer

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 sum of the sides of all the shapes in box 1 is equal to the sum of the sides of the shaded shape in box 2.

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5. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right horizontal, vertical and diagonal ellipses alternate in each row. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, two circles, two hexagons, and two stars alternate in each ellipse. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 3: From left to right, in the case of a vertical ellipse, the shapes are in the right half, in the case of a horizontal ellipse in the upper half, and in the case of a diagonal ellipse in the upper and lower halves. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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6. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the triangle rotates 45 degrees clockwise. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, the hand rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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7. Please select the correct answer

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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8. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the set of corner pieces is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise from one corner to the other. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From top to bottom, one of the parts stands in the opposite position to the others in the set, starting from the smallest part and continuing to the largest. When the largest part has passed in order, continue with the smaller part and so on. This pattern continues onto the next column.

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9. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the lines in the middle of the shape rotate 45 degrees counterclockwise. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, the lines in the shapes in each row alternate between 3, 2 and 1. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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10. Please select the correct answer

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 small rectangle of box 1 retains its position in box 2. The middle rectangle of box 1 rotates 45 degrees clockwise in box 2. The large rectangle of box 1 rotates 90 degrees clockwise in box 2.

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11. Please select the correct answer

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 square of box 1 retains its location in box 2. The arrow and the circle of box 1 are moved one step counterclockwise in box 2.

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12. Please select the correct answer