Non-Verbal Aptitude Test
Non-Verbal Aptitude, also called non-verbal reasoning, involves the ability to understand and analyze information presented visually and solve problems logically.
Non-verbal aptitude tests are used extensively in selection and assessment processes. The tests include no text and can therefore be considered as less biased than text-based questions, as language and cultural differences are no factor.
What questions can I expect?
There are several types of non-verbal aptitude test questions, the most common questions are divided into three categories. Click a category to learn more.
Where are Non-verbal Aptitude tests used?
Non-verbal reasoning tests are often used when assessing for graduate and management roles. Spatial ability is commonly used for more hands-on occupations such as mechanics, assembly line workers, and pilots.
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