Try this numerical reasoning practice test similar to SHL, PSL and the GTIOS psychometric tests used by many companies as part of their application process.
Verbal reasoning tests are used by interviewers to find out how well a candidate can assess verbal logic. SHL is perhaps the best known producer of verbal tests, and the most widely used.
Diagrammatic reasoning tests assess your capacity for logical reasoning, using flowcharts and diagrams. Try these five practice questions, designed to be similar to real tests.
Mechanical tests assess your ability to use engineering principles to identify the correct solution to a problem. They are a test of applied knowledge. Test of your applied knowledge.
Logical reasoning tests examine your ability to interpret patterns, number sequences or relationships between shapes. They are similar to diagrammatic reasoning tests.
Situational Judgement tests assess your ability at solving problems in work-related situations. Try these five practice questions, designed to be similar to those used by major graduate employers.
A Watson Glaser test is designed to assesses your ability to digest and understand situations and information; it is frequently used by law firms. Try these 10 questions as an introduction.
Inductive reasoning tests are designed to find your ability to see patterns and consistencies in data, and to work flexibly with unfamiliar information. Try out these sample questions.
Abstract tests assess general intellect, and your ability to work with new concepts without prior knowledge. They are closely correlated with IQ tests. If you're interested, try the test below.