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Aptitude Practice Test

This is a practice aptitude test that simulates the real test. 

The test has 15 questions and you should aim to complete the test within 10 minutes.

All questions are multiple-choice. 

Make sure you read a question in full before answering.

Answers and explanations to the questions are provided at the end of the test.

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Aptitude Test: question 1 of 11

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Most TV shows are not boring. Most TV shows are violent.

There is at least one boring TV show that is not violent.


Aptitude Test: question 2 of 11

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All Germans speak Italian. All Italian speakers ride bicycles.

Which of the following statements must be true?


Aptitude Test: question 3 of 11

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Approximately 3 percent of the population say they have had a near-death experience — a sense of being dead or leaving one's body.

Near-death experiences are reported across cultures, with written records of them dating back to ancient Greece.

Not all of these experiences actually coincide with brushes with death—one study of 58 such patients found 30 were not actually in danger of dying, although most of them thought they were.

Out-of-body experiences are also now known to be common during interrupted sleep patterns that immediately precede sleeping or waking. For instance, sleep paralysis, or the experience of feeling paralyzed while still aware of the outside world, is reported in up to 40 percent of all people and is linked with vivid dreamlike hallucinations that can result in the sensation of floating above one's body.

Research found that out-of-body experiences can be artificially triggered by stimulating the right temporoparietal junction in the brain, suggesting that confusion regarding sensory information can radically alter how one experiences one's body.

Near-death experience is only one type of out-of-body experience.


Aptitude Test: question 4 of 11

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Approximately 3 percent of the population say they have had a near-death experience — a sense of being dead or leaving one's body.

Near-death experiences are reported across cultures, with written records of them dating back to ancient Greece.

Not all of these experiences actually coincide with brushes with death—one study of 58 such patients found 30 were not actually in danger of dying, although most of them thought they were.

Out-of-body experiences are also now known to be common during interrupted sleep patterns that immediately precede sleeping or waking. For instance, sleep paralysis, or the experience of feeling paralyzed while still aware of the outside world, is reported in up to 40 percent of all people and is linked with vivid dreamlike hallucinations that can result in the sensation of floating above one's body.

Research found that out-of-body experiences can be artificially triggered by stimulating the right temporoparietal junction in the brain, suggesting that confusion regarding sensory information can radically alter how one experiences one's body.

In the distant past, scientific explanations of the near-death experience did not exist.


Aptitude Test: question 5 of 11

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Approximately 3 percent of the population say they have had a near-death experience — a sense of being dead or leaving one's body.

Near-death experiences are reported across cultures, with written records of them dating back to ancient Greece.

Not all of these experiences actually coincide with brushes with death—one study of 58 such patients found 30 were not actually in danger of dying, although most of them thought they were.

Out-of-body experiences are also now known to be common during interrupted sleep patterns that immediately precede sleeping or waking. For instance, sleep paralysis, or the experience of feeling paralyzed while still aware of the outside world, is reported in up to 40 percent of all people and is linked with vivid dreamlike hallucinations that can result in the sensation of floating above one's body.

Research found that out-of-body experiences can be artificially triggered by stimulating the right temporoparietal junction in the brain, suggesting that confusion regarding sensory information can radically alter how one experiences one's body.

The sensation of floating above one's body occurs only when one is asleep.


Aptitude Test: question 6 of 11

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

Anne is responsible for restocking the canteen and she's been given a budget of £30. Jars of coffee cost £4.20, cartons of milk cost £0.49, tea bags are £3.50 a box, and a kilogram of sugar is £2.10. All non-fridge items are 15% off.

If Anne needs to buy 3 jars of coffee, 6 cartons of milk, and a kilo of sugar, how many boxes of tea can she buy?


Aptitude Test: question 7 of 11

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

A bakery comes into new management who decides to cut the price of a loaf of bread in the hopes of increasing revenues by 50%. Under old management 500 loafs of bread were sold each day at £1.80 per loaf.

If the new management can increase sales by 3/4, by what percentage must the price fall?


Aptitude Test: question 8 of 11

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

Sally wants to purchase a machine that produces beads to make jewelry. The machine produces 1,000 beads every half hour. She can use 40 beads to make a necklace which sells for $5.00 or use 25 beads to make a bracelet that sells for $3.00. The machine costs $5,000 and she uses it for 2.5 hours a day.

Assuming she wants to make four times as many necklaces as bracelets, after how many days will the machine have fully paid for itself?


Aptitude Test: question 9 of 11

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

Which of the following months had the largest percentage increase/decrease in residential building's index?


Aptitude Test: question 10 of 11

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

The inflation in wholesale during 2010 was 6.2%. What is the wholesale index at the end of December 2010?


Aptitude Test: question 11 of 11

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

If in March 2009 the average cost of a basic materials basket for a 3-floor residential building was $352,220, what would it be in September of that year?