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Numerical reasoning tests are the type of test which candidates fear the most. Numerical tests assess candidates' aptitude for interpreting graphical and tabular data, and performing numerical operations with the data. Find out about the different types of aptitude test employers use and practice some tests yourself...read more

Verbal reasoning tests assess candidates' ability to understand and reasoning with written information. You will have to make inferences and recognise assumptions within statements. Verbal comprehension is a similar form of verbal test but there is less critical reasoning ability tested for these; it? more just comprehension of written information...read more

Inductive reasoning tests are another type of timed aptitude test which have a strict time limit. Inductive reasoning tests require logical thinking skills and are used typically for engineering and analytical roles. Candidates must spot patterns, follow sequences and apply operators. Try a practice test now to improve your inductive reasoning skills...read more

Psychometric tests come in two distinct forms: aptitude tests (sometimes called ability tests); and personality questionnaires. For aptitude tests you should practice lots of questions, whilst personality questionnaires are rarely timed and do not have definite right or wrong answers. Within these categories there are lots of different types of psychometric test, all of which you can practice on our website...read more

You will probably have already taken at least one online test before you reach an assessment centre. At the assessment centre you will be asked to take exercises such as group exercises, analytical exercises, role play exercises, and probably more aptitude tests. Make sure you practice all the types of exercise and tests...read more

Diagrammatic reasoning tests are often used in selection for roles which require programming ability, or abstract reasoning skils. The two publisers which use diagrammatic tests are Saville Consulting and Cubiks, with each style quite different...read more

In-tray exercises are used to assess candidates under a simulated working environment; you will have to quickly sift through myriad documents and quickly make decisions based on the information you find, which will include documents of varying importance, urgency and origin...read more

Situational judgement tests predict how you respond to situations which might occur in the workplace. For example how will you react when faced with a deadline dilemma? Are you more loyal to your boss or your colleagues? As with aptitude tests, practice will help familiarise you with this type of test...read more

The Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal is the recognised benchmark test for graduates in the legal sector. The test requires high-level reasoning and argument understanding...read more

The largest test publisher is SHL (now part of CEB) and they are the ones to practice. Most candidates will encounter an SHL test at some point, and the style of test is replicated elsewhere so start practising now...read more

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