Analytical Reasoning Test
Estimated time to complete 60 minutes
Assesses inductive and deductive reasoning skills. Verbal and quantitative reasoning skills are important in business decision-making and IT analytical aptitude, among other areas.
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Appraisal: Ability to look at a situation and determine what needs to be done or what the bottomline question is that needs to be answered.
Considering: Ability to identify important information relevant to solving a problem or managing a situation in the face of irrelevant or misleading information.
Processing Information: Ability to determine the best way to solve a problem.
Logic: Ability to apply a systematic process of reasoning to the information provided, in a variety of contexts.
Math/Quantitative Reasoning: Ability to perform basic math calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, as well as geometry and algebra.
Pattern Recognition: Ability to identify a pattern in a series of numbers, letters or images.
Reading Comprehension: Ability to pick up on important details in a text and understand reading materials.
Creative Thinking: A self-report scale that measures the extent to which a person uses creative thinking during the analytical reasoning process.
Social/Communication Skills: Assesses a person’s ability to handle complex social situations and come up with solutions to problems based on the most socially appropriate and sensitive response.