Typically used for candidate selection in engineering and IT roles, inductive reasoning tests, sometimes called abstract reasoning tests, are less common than numerical or verbal reasoning but still widely used. Check with the person conducting your interview or selection centre if you will have to take an inductive reasoning test, and if you do, practise! You will be presented with a sequence of graphics which follow a defined pattern. Your task is to quickly deduce the pattern and thus find which graphic comes next in the sequence. Practising inductive reasoning tests really helps improve your familiarity with the test and means you don’t waste time getting to grips with the real test. Start improving your inductive reasoning score now.
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