Abstract Reasoning Test Assessment

Topics covered
  • Diagrammatic Tests
  • Spatial Ability Tests
  • Test Duration: 40 minutes
  • No. of Questions: 20
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About Abstract Reasoning Test Assessment

Abstract means to extract something and abstract reasoning mean the ability to quickly analyze and use data that doesn’t have numbers. It’s done by detecting patterns and solving complex problems that are intangible in nature. That’s why the abstract reasoning test is also called the conceptual reasoning test, as it can measure how fast a candidate will be able to understand new concepts and ideas.

You don't have to create a different fluid intelligence test as abstract reasoning tests can measure fluid intelligence. Coined by R.B. Cattell - fluid intelligence means solving problems without relying on any past knowledge or experience. 

Abstract reasoning test has complex visual images questions to detect patterns through logic, rules, comparison, and structures. Usually, MCQ questions are given in which you have to choose the correct answer among a set of possible options.  Abstract reasoning tests are usually a part of any job assessment.

Our abstract reasoning skill test is designed considering EEOC guidelines and all the security measures have been taken to allow you to assess & hire diverse talent without any bias.

Finding value out of the blue isn’t easy and that’s what abstract thinkers are known for. It’s easier for them to relate everything to everything else and find deeper meaning. So, abstract thinkers can think about things that aren't physically in front of them. This helps them to connect and use data that they have previously read somewhere else.

Combining skills of different tests will help you to create the right assessment that evaluates the candidate's skills. So don’t just create a single abstract reasoning test and try including questions from analytical skills test, logical tests, numerical skill tests, and quantitative tests. Once the test is completed you will have a detailed report that helps you in understanding and comparing candidates. 


Abstract reasoning online test contains:

  • Spatial Intelligence - 10 Questions 15 minutes

  • Visual Reasoning -    10 Questions 15 minutes

This Abstract Reasoning Test Assessment is useful for hiring
  • System analyst
  • System designers
  • Architects
  • Mechanics
  • Product designers
  • Design Engineer 
  • Engineers