This psychometric test comprises of a series of paragraphs which you will be required to read and then answer questions. Your options will be True, False or Cannot Tell. This test will be assessing your analytical skills as well as your comprehension and grammar. You will need to balance your time with reading the paragraphs and questions. The Linklaters version of this type of tests is slightly different to the normal tests and combines all aspects of this and the logical reasoning. These can be used as a good practice however.
Diagrammatic / Logical Reasoning
This test comprises of questions relating to sequences of shapes and patterns. In each question there will be a missing step and you will be provided with a number of answers to choose from. This type of test indicates how your analytical skills are as well as problem solving. The Linklaters version of this type of tests is slightly different to the normal tests and combines all aspects of this and the logical reasoning. These can be used as a good practice however.
E-trays make use of a simulation in which you receive e-mails which you are expected to read, prioritise and process in order to complete several tasks. These tasks are representative of those that you might be expected to undertake in a work or business setting. It will assess your written communication, decision-making skills and ability to multi-task.
Following the e-tray exercise you’ll be asked to reply to an email. This will be to assess your written communication skills, your grammar, your vocabulary and whether you are able to write a formal letter/email.