Free Numerical, Verbal and Logical Reasoning Tests

If you need to complete online reasoning tests as a part of selection process and you would like to undertake some practice beforehand then you came to the right page. Below we provide you with free aptitude practice tests that mimic the latest tests used by major graduate employers. All of the tests are timed and once you finish you will be provided with test report of your score. You may return to correct, incorrect or unanswered questions and review full explanations.



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Numerical Reasoning Tests

If you have been asked to sit numerical test and don’t know what to expect then complete two of our free numerical practice tests to have a rough idea of the format, difficulty level or competencies required in such assessments. Usually, quantitative measures assess innate ability to work with numbers to infer conclusions from large set of data presented in diagrams, tables, charts or graphs. They evaluate reasoning ability to formulate and solve numerical problems by translating facts into mathematical terms.

It is not uncommon to use such exercises in employee selection to filter out candidates who don’t poses required skills which are often sought by major graduate employers. To feel more in control or relaxed about such examinations sign up for numerical aptitude pack to become more familiar with format, difficulty level or skills you will needs to develop to succeed.

Additionally to help with initial stage of preparation we have designed comprehensive numeracy guide that covers wide range of topics incorporated into numerical assessments including percentages, ratios, proportions or currency conversions. It will give you great advice with practical examples on how to solve questions in quantitative assessments.



Verbal Reasoning Tests

GraduateWings offers free verbal reasoning aptitude test that can be accessed via the above link. It evaluates required competencies to make informative judgements from arguments presented in variety of different forms whereas at the same time assesses your inherent ability to think or argue in logical manner. Often exercises used to evaluate these abilities are frequently used by major graduate employers to get accurate picture of the extent to which their applicants accurately manipulate written information.

To boost skills, aptitude and understanding of these areas sign up for 18 verbal reasoning practice tests that mimic the latest selection assessments used by employers. These practice exercises come in the form of short passages followed by statements which have to be evaluated with three multiple choices - true, false, can’t tell.

Additional resources to help improve skills in these areas include verbal help guide where you can find necessary advice about such assessments.


Inductive Aptitude Tests

Inductive psychometric measurements form subgroup of logical reasoning which come in the form of sequence series containing visual images of different types of shapes, symbols, patterns or grids. The task in these measures is to find connections or relationship between images to define what will follow next. Finding connection or relationship is all about spotting patterns as how images are linked together. Try free ability tests to gain basic understanding of skills and capabilities required and see what to expect in such assessment.

Practice more of these exercises by signing up for complete pack which consists of 22 exercises. Additionally, feel free to review our comprehensive inductive reasoning guide that will help you acquire necessary tactics to score high in such examinations.


Logical Tests

These are standardised assessments used by employers or educational institutions alike to assess individual thinking and learning skills. The level of score in such assessments indicates how quickly one can learn new things or how well an individual can apply his or her aptitude to solve problems across wide range of areas. Usually, logical or non-verbal tests ask you to solve problems related to visual patterns, sequences and their relationships.