Abstract Reasoning Practice Test

Abstract Reasoning Practice Test

This Abstract Reasoning practice test has 10 questions (and answers including full explanations).

For each question choose which of the figures in the bottom line – A, B, C, D or E – completes the series in the top line.

The level of difficulty varies significantly, from ”easy” to ”extremely hard”. Items having the solution based on one rule are “easy”, while those with the solution based on four rules are “extremely hard”; the others are in between - ”medium” and ”hard”, respectively.

Your goal is to understand the logic of each question (the rules behind it). Do not despair if you can’t find the solution immediately, especially for the “very hard” questions!

10 comments

  1. buhamizo

    very nice experience

  2. Judith

    So difficult more of these

  3. Rita B

    like

  4. Rita N

    thank you

  5. Bert Anthony

    Nice

  6. dawg

    these are great, could you please get give more free practice tests?????

  7. Bob smith

    Some of these are ridiculously hard

  8. Frank

    I did some of the free trials and consider them very helpful in order to practice and be prepared for eventual tests. Also it never hurts to exercise the brain I reckon.
    THANKS

  9. Danny Wame

    Thanks a lot .I’ve learnt a lot and still exercising my brain to tackle the real one

  10. Sam

    This is freaking challenging experience

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