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Common aptitude test types
Aptitude tests come in many different forms, each measuring a different skill or ability. The most commonly used are numerical reasoning tests, verbal reasoning tests, situational judgement tests, logical reasoning tests, and personality tests.
Numerical reasoning tests
Numerical tests assess your ability to interpret and analyse sets of numerical data and use your numerical aptitude to draw accurate conclusions. They are designed to indicate your capacity to work with numerical data within a workplace context.
Verbal reasoning tests
Designed to assess your comprehension skills, a verbal reasoning test presents you with a passage of text followed by a multiple-choice question, to determine how well you have understood and made factual deductions from the information.
Situational judgement tests
A situational judgement test evaluates your ability to identify the most appropriate response in workplace situations. The tests are built around hypothetical scenarios, from which you must select how you would respond.
Logical reasoning tests
Logical reasoning tests are a type of non-verbal aptitude test, designed to assess your ability to solve problems using abstract information. You will need to use your inductive reasoning to determine rules, analogies, and structures, and apply these to find the correct answer.
Personality tests assess your behaviours, motivations, and approaches to interpersonal relationships. These tests are used to determine if a candidate fits the position and the company as a whole.
How to prepare for an aptitude test
Typically, no prior knowledge is needed to complete an aptitude test, though it is still important to prepare for them. The most effective way to prepare for an aptitude test is to practice.
Research by the Educational Training Service (ETS) shows that those who practice aptitude tests in advance tend to score 35% higher than those who do not prepare thoroughly. That could be the difference between making it to the next round or not.
Practicing your tests will help you sharpen your skills and identify areas of weakness you need to focus on. It will also familiarise you with the test format and question style, giving you more confidence going into the real assessment.
How to take a free test
A good place to start is with our free practice tests, which you can access instantly with an email address or Google account. Once you’ve signed up, you can browse our extensive range of free practice tests (see below).
We also offer practice packages for leading test publishers such as Watson Glaser, SHL, and Korn Ferry. Practice anytime, anywhere with tests that work equally well on mobile devices.
Written by accredited industry experts, our practice questions are designed to simulate what you will find in the real tests. Take the tests as a practice or challenge yourself under timed conditions.
Each question comes with a worked solution, so you can review your answers to help you progress and improve your scores.
Numerical Reasoning30 tests | 480 questions
Verbal Reasoning30 tests | 450 questions
Situational Judgement30 tests | 180 questions
Diagrammatic Reasoning30 tests | 300 questions
Abstract Reasoning15 tests | 140 questions
Logical Reasoning10 tests | 100 questions
Basic Numeracy15 tests | 300 questions
Analytical Reasoning44 tests | 538 questions
Cognitive Ability Tests35 tests | 456 questions
Spatial Reasoning10 tests | 100 questions
Mechanical Reasoning10 tests | 80 questions
Basic Comprehension15 tests | 225 questions
Financial Reasoning19 tests | 330 questions
Inductive Reasoning1 tests | 10 questions
Deductive Reasoning1 tests | 10 questions
Clerical Aptitude24 tests | 354 questions
Non-Verbal Reasoning30 tests | 280 questions
Deductive Reasoning1 tests | 10 questions