The Abstract Reasoning Test measures a person's ability to analyze information and solve problems on a complex, thought-based level. The abstract problems include no text and can therefore be considered as less biased than text-based questions; language and cultural differences are no factor.
The Abstract Reasoning Test measures a candidate's abstract reasoning through a series of 40 questions. The test is subject to a 40-minute time limit. All test questions are multiple choice.
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Detailed Test Report
For every candidate completing the Abstract Reasoning Test, you will be able to download or print a detailed test report. The first page of the test report grants a quick overview of the candidate's overall performance on the test. On the following page of the test report you may compare the candidate's results with norm groups of 6 different occupations. The results of the candidate are compared to the norm groups in order to get the percentile population score. If the candidate has a score of 70, he/she scored as well or better than 70 percent of the more than 3,000 individuals who were part of our 2014 test survey.