Cubiks Logiks Verbal

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This is a free Cubiks Logiks (advanced) verbal ability practice test.

This practice section is shorter than the real test format and covers verbal reasoning questions.

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Cubiks Logiks Verbal: question 1 of 6

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Octopi are eight-legged cephalopod mollusks that roam oceans around the world. Their legs usually have suction cups and their bodies are almost entirely soft, bearing no internal skeleton or protective outer shell. The only rigid part of their body is their beak, which enables them to squeeze through narrow openings to avoid predators. Octopi possess three hearts—two to pump blood into their gills and one to pump blood into the rest of their bodies. Octopi have quite a brief life expectancy, with some species only surviving for six months. Strangely enough, a common cause of death among the octopi community is reproduction—males die immediately after mating and females after their eggs hatch. A female octopus' optic glands release secretions that induce a genetically-programmed death. If these are removed, however, female octopi can enjoy a rather long and happy life. Experiments have shown that octopi are quite intelligent—they are capable of navigating mazes and solving problems. Unfortunately, they are probably unable to realize their full intellectual potential because of their short life spans.

Which one of the following conclusions receives the most support from the above passage?


Cubiks Logiks Verbal: question 2 of 6

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is an illness characterised by prolonged, debilitating fatigue and several other symptoms including substantial impairment in short term memory or concentration, joint and muscle pain, headaches of a new type, pattern or severity, and unrefreshing sleep. CFS, a controversial disorder without an official known cause or verifiable tests, whose patients are often simply considered lazy, is believed to develop from a convergence of conditions that include genetics, infections, and psychiatric conditions. Fibromyalgia is a disease often confused with CFS since it also causes prolonged fatigue and mostly musculoskeletal pain. Many experts believe fibromyalgia is simply another variant of chronic fatigue syndrome or they are different manifestations of the same disease. The rates of depression are very high in CFS patients, possibly higher than in patients with other conditions, notably fibromyalgia. A university study indicates that employees who work in office administration are two times as likely to suffer from CFS in comparison to employees in the manufacturing industries. Nonetheless, it is becoming rather evident this illness requires more funds and research to establish a more efficient medical approach. Treatment programs are currently directed at alleviation of symptoms, with the goal of the patient regaining some level of pre-existing function and well-being.

Based on the passage, which of the following characteristics is only pertinent to chronic fatigue syndrome and not to fibromyalgia?


Cubiks Logiks Verbal: question 3 of 6

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is an illness characterised by prolonged, debilitating fatigue and several other symptoms including substantial impairment in short term memory or concentration, joint and muscle pain, headaches of a new type, pattern or severity, and unrefreshing sleep. CFS, a controversial disorder without an official known cause or verifiable tests, whose patients are often simply considered lazy, is believed to develop from a convergence of conditions that include genetics, infections, and psychiatric conditions. Fibromyalgia is a disease often confused with CFS since it also causes prolonged fatigue and mostly musculoskeletal pain. Many experts believe fibromyalgia is simply another variant of chronic fatigue syndrome or they are different manifestations of the same disease. The rates of depression are very high in CFS patients, possibly higher than in patients with other conditions, notably fibromyalgia. A university study indicates that employees who work in office administration are two times as likely to suffer from CFS in comparison to employees in the manufacturing industries. Nonetheless, it is becoming rather evident this illness requires more funds and research to establish a more efficient medical approach. Treatment programs are currently directed at alleviation of symptoms, with the goal of the patient regaining some level of pre-existing function and well-being.

Which one of the following conclusions receives the most support from the above passage?


Cubiks Logiks Verbal: question 4 of 6

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is an illness characterised by prolonged, debilitating fatigue and several other symptoms including substantial impairment in short term memory or concentration, joint and muscle pain, headaches of a new type, pattern or severity, and unrefreshing sleep. CFS, a controversial disorder without an official known cause or verifiable tests, whose patients are often simply considered lazy, is believed to develop from a convergence of conditions that include genetics, infections, and psychiatric conditions. Fibromyalgia is a disease often confused with CFS since it also causes prolonged fatigue and mostly musculoskeletal pain. Many experts believe fibromyalgia is simply another variant of chronic fatigue syndrome or they are different manifestations of the same disease. The rates of depression are very high in CFS patients, possibly higher than in patients with other conditions, notably fibromyalgia. A university study indicates that employees who work in office administration are two times as likely to suffer from CFS in comparison to employees in the manufacturing industries. Nonetheless, it is becoming rather evident this illness requires more funds and research to establish a more efficient medical approach. Treatment programs are currently directed at alleviation of symptoms, with the goal of the patient regaining some level of pre-existing function and well-being.

Which one of the following statements best summarizes the main point of the passage?


Cubiks Logiks Verbal: question 5 of 6

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

What proportion of both sites' April and May traffic was for Cuisine.net?


Cubiks Logiks Verbal: question 6 of 6

This is a numerical series. Find the next item.

Unemployment Rate in European Countries (%)

In 2009, there were 667,284 unemployed people in the Netherlands, whose population was 27.53% of England for that year. With a fixed annual population increase of 0.639% (in England- not in the Netherlands), approximately how many people are unemployed in England in 2011?