What Is the Logiks General Intermediate Test?

Those who are about to take the basic Cubiks test, Logiks General Intermediate, will have 12 minutes in general to answer 50 questions divided into 3 sections. Each section includes a different amount of questions within the same time limit-

  • Abstract Thinking (10 Questions in 4 Minutes)
  • Numerical Reasoning (16 Questions in 4 Minutes)
  • Verbal Reasoning (24 Questions in 4 Minutes)

In the Logiks General Intermediate Cubiks test, the questions are known for not being too complicated, and the most challenging part is to complete them correctly within the given time.

Logiks Intermediate Practice Questions:

The Logiks Intermediate Numerical Reasoning section tests your basic math aptitude. However, the section is anything but basic. The problems can include number sequences, word problems, and mental arithmetic problems.

The challenge is that you must answer the questions quickly in order to finish the section on time - the section is only 4 minutes long and requires you to answer 16 questions in 15 seconds each. To do so, it is essential to practice mental arithmetic and techniques.

Let’s look at a number series question example:

Example Question #1


Which number comes next in the sequence?

0.1 , 0.4 , 0.9 , 1.6, 2.5 , __


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The correct answer is – 3.6


There are two ways to look at this series:


(1) The intervals increase by +0.2 in each step:


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2.5 + (0.9 + 0.2) = 2.5 + 1.1 = 3.6


(2) Another point of view:


   0.1,        0.4,        0.9,         1.6,         2.5         3.6

  12/10       22/10    32/10       42/10      52/10      62/10

The numerators are all to squares of natural number, starting with 1. Each step increases the natural number by one.

Tip- there are two ways to answer this question, and they are more about spotting patterns than they are about long math calculations. This applies to all Numerical question types, not only number series questions like the one above. In these cases, it is even better not to use a calculator (though it’s allowed).

As you learn the patterns, tips, and techniques, this section becomes much easier, and practice makes perfect. As a result, this will improve your decision-making and reduce the stress that involved with these tests without prior knowledge.

Logiks Intermediate Abstract Reasoning Questions:

Speaking of patterns, the Abstract section is ALL about patterns.

And this is exactly what your employer wants to check on this section - your cognitive ability to notice patterns and come to the right conclusion.

The questions in this section are called “Next in series", and like the number series before, you’ll need to find the last one missing. You’ll get 4 minutes to answer 10 of those in this section.

Take an example from our preparation pack. Look at the shapes from left to right and search for patterns that dictate what happens in the following steps, then conclude what comes next:

Example Question #2

Which shape should come next in the series?

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The correct answer is - (E)

There are two triangles in this question, outer black, and inner white- each has its own pattern.
The outer black is making a 45° rotation in a clockwise manner in each step, and the inner white is making a 90° rotation in a clockwise manner in every step.
The only answer that fits this description is (E)


Tip -As you practice, you'll notice that some rules apply to all abstract questions. In this question, rotation is the specific rule dictating the two patterns. But four more rules may also apply - Progression, Frequency, Construction, and Motion.

Feel Like You're Not Ready Yet?

You can practice thoroughly with our prep pack on this page and learn all the rules for abstract questions. By solving many questions and being familiar with the test format, you’ll be much more prepared! That is the best way to increase your chances to ace the Logiks assessment and get hired.


Logiks Intermediate Verbal Reasoning Questions:

The Logiks intermediate verbal section has four types of questions -

  1. Antonym questions – You'll be given a word and will be required to choose the word that signifies its opposite (like solemn and frivolous).
  2. Syllogism questions – You'll be given several statements and then asked to choose the correct logical conclusion drawn from them.
  3. Verbal analogies - You’ll be given a pair of related words and will need to figure out the relationship between them. Then, you'll be given another single word and asked to choose a word from the options given that upholds the same logic (e.g. clouds are to rain what volcanoes are to___?)
  4. 'Odd-one-out' - You'll be given a set of words that share a common rule and asked to pick-out the word that is the exception to that rule.

Let’s look at an “odd one out” question example:

Example Question #3


Which one is the odd one out?

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The correct answer is - Noisy

Noisy is the only adjective, while the other words are nouns. The adjective noisy describes the character of producing disturbing audible sound. On the other hand, the other words are nouns standing for different kinds of noises.

How to Score High on Your Logiks General Intermediate Exam

Getting a high score on your Logiks Intermediate test requires the right practice.

After analyzing Logiks tests inside and out, we constructed a 3-step process to get you there:

Step 1 - Diagnose Your Level 

After taking your first Logiks Intermediate simulation, you'll get a summary of your current abilities. In this way, you can see where you are strong and where you need to improve. This simulation uses both test-styled practice questions and a time limit, which simulates the Logiks Intermediate test as closely as possible. As an example, this test taker is very good at abstract reasoning, but needs to improve his verbal and numerical reasoning skills.


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Step 2 - Get Personalized Practice

Once you have completed the diagnostic test, you can study the Logiks guides and apply the methods and techniques. Once you have applied those techniques, you can practice some standalone sections. By doing so, you will improve your weaknesses and will be able to answer the tests more quickly and accurately.

Step 3 - Practice Full-Lenght Simulations

At last, it will be time to take the rest of the full test simulations again. This time, you are likely to see an improvement in your scoring and time management. But you’ll gain something extra in the process - taking full practice Logiks Intermediate tests will reduce the stress in real time. Remember - at this point ias t is likely that other candidates aren’t as prepared as you are and are not used to the timed test format. That way, you can be assured that you are likely on the top percentile of test-takers.


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