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.
This 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.
Practising as many tests as you can and training your brain in this skill is key to performing well in abstract reasoning tests.
The UCAT abstract reasoning test is probably the most famous use of abstract reasoning tests. UCAT Abstract Reasoning is used to assess your spatial awareness and lateral thinking.
About this test
This preparation test consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. Your task is to select the correct answer from a collection of options. You could use pen and paper to note the given answers. The correct answers along with logic to calculate your IQ score are at the end of the test.
Тhe test contains:
- Odd one out (20 questions)
- Figure Sequences (20 questions)
- Analogies A is to B as X is to what? (20 questions)
- Set A/Set B Identify UCAT (20 questions)
- Identify a pattern (20 questions)
Each question includes a detailed explanation to help you understand the rule it is based on.