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

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 arrow in box 1 is equal to the sum of the sides of the unshaded shapes in box 2.

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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 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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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

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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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). All shapes and arrows from box 1 are mirrored in box 2. The circle from box 1 is shaded in box 2.

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5. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the circle moves one step clockwise from one peak of the star to the next. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From top to bottom, the missing part of the star moves one step counterclockwise. This pattern continues onto the next column.

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6. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the set of shaded and unshaded squares rotates 90 degrees clockwise. This pattern continues onto the next row.
Rule 2: From left to right, the squares decrease by one. First the last shaded square is removed, then the last unshaded one and so on. 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 vertical lines from box 1 are increased by one in box 2. The squares in each vertical line are increased by one in each subsequent one. The squares along the lines with odd numbers are shaded in box 2.

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8. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the shape rotates 90 degrees clockwise and then 45 degrees clockwise.
Rule 2: From top to bottom, the sides of the shape increase by one.

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9. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the shaded shapes are incremented clockwise on each row (existing unshaded shapes are shaded).
Rule 2: From left to right, the unshaded shapes disappear by one counterclockwise, starting from the last figure (from the left).

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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 two circles of box 1 move in box 2 one step down or up the wave. The arrow in box 1 shows the direction in which the circles are moving. In box 2 the arrow is missing.

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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 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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12. 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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13. 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 rotates 90 degrees in box 2 and is already shaded. The line in box 2 is a reflection of the line in box 1. The circle in box 1 is moved one step counterclockwise from one corner to the other in box 2.

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14. 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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15. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, alternate box with 5 horizontal and 5 vertical lines and box with 4 vertical and 6 horizontal lines. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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16. 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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17. 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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18. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1: From left to right, the lines increase by one as each added line is inclined by 45 degrees. When the lines are filled (4 in total), small lines at both ends of each line (right and left) begin to be added in the same sequence. This pattern continues onto the next row.

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19. 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 two semicircles of box 1 merge into one figure in box 2. In the middle of the circle in box 2 appears the same shape in reduced size and already shaded, the number of small shapes is the same as the number of sides of the large shape. The circle has one side and therefore there is only one circle in the middle. The rectangle of box 1 rotates 90 degrees in box 2.

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20. Please select the correct answer

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