Spatial reasoning tests examine orientation skills in two dimensional and three dimensional spaces. Popular spatial reasoning tests include:
- Organizing two dimensional shapes.
- Spatial reasoning cubes.
- Mirror images.
Spatial reasoning examplesOrganizing two dimensional broken shapes
In some cases the questions present shape sequences that are ordered by a predetermined logic. The examinee is then being asked to choose the following shape in the sequence or draw conclusions about the shape's expected configuration and conformation after it has gone through a spatial change.
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Who is likely to take these tests?Spatial reasoning tests are usually found in aptitude selection processes of industries that require spatial skills, among which are technical positions, engineering, military units and airforces, design, architecture and more.
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