ADF General Ability Test - Prepare for Your YOU Session

The ADF general ability test consists of several different types of numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning questions. The questions range from straightforward to quite difficult, and the use of a calculator or a dictionary during the test is not allowed.

Since the time is limited and some of the questions are quite difficult, the test can be challenging to many candidates. Encountering the questions and practising the concepts can enhance your performance significantly and make your dream come true.


Numerical Reasoning

You will be required to use basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) in order to solve different problems (distance, work rate etc.) and number series.

Basic arithmetic problems

ADF Badic Arithmetic Problems - Numerical Reasoning

Arithmetic word problems

Monica earned £4200 during a period of 21 days. How many pounds did she earn per day?

Number series

2  4  8  16  32  ?

Verbal Reasoning

Your ability to establish relationships between words will be assessed, as well as your vocabulary and other language skills.

Word meanings

Which word does not belong in this list?

a. Basketball  b. Referee  c. Baseball  d. Swimming  e. Tennis

Word analogy

LAMP is to ELECTRICITY as TRACTOR is to _____ ?

a. Produce  b. Grease  c. Plow  d. Fuel  e. Engine

Abstract Reasoning

You will need to identify different patterns and logically distinguish between sets of different shapes.


Which figure is next in the series?

ADF Abstract Reasoning Aptitude Test Example

Which figure is the odd one out?

ADF Abstract Reasoning Aptitude Test Example