Increasingly, employees are required to deal with large amounts of information which they need to analyze. Employers look for this ability in job applicants and 70% use job selection tests to find it.
Logic or Verbal Reasoning Tests look at how easily you understand and interpret written text.
To help you improve your results, here's some advice on Reasoning Selection Tests and places to go for practice.
And by the way, these type of tests will not test your vocabulary, grammar and spelling.
Typical verbal reasoning test questions start with a passage of text followed by statements based on the information given in the passage.
You are asked to indicate whether the statements are:
When answering these questions, you should only use the information given in the passage. Don't answer them based on what you know or assume from the 'real-world'. In tests we've used, the test paper and/or facilitator remind you of this before you begin.
Yes. Click here for a quick example question to try, then come back.
How did you get on?
You may have realised that the best way to prepare for logic or verbal reasoning tests is to practice.
Good Luck in your tests!