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Cubiks Ability Tests

Cubiks ability tests are split into two distinct categories. The Cubiks Reasoning for Business (RfB) ability test series is usually used for managerial and graduate positions, while the problem solving series is used for secretarial and office assistant positions. 

Who Uses Cubiks Tests?

Below is a table of the most popular companies, organizations, and job positions that require candidates to successfully pass Cubiks tests. Outscore the competition with JobTestPrep's PrepPacks™ and ensure your success today.

Company Position(s)
Danske Bank Developer, consultant, anaylst
EON  Graduate scheme 
Electrolux  Marketing & account manager
Nordea  Business consultant & management partner
ECCO Manager & director
Arla R&D manager & internship
Shell Graduate program, engineer, geologist
Bain Consultant & analyst
European Investment Bank Lawyer, advisor, officer, manager
KPMG Advisor, auditor, graduate scheme
PwC Consultant, auditor, graduate scheme
Deloitte Consultant & graduate scheme
Novo Nordisk Graduate scheme
NHS Analyst
EON Trainee
McKinsey Anaylst & consultant
Deutsche Bank Analyst & graduate scheme
Ernst & Young Internship
BMW Assistant financial accountant
Citi  Project manager
Ocean Optics VP and scientist

It's important to note that while these companies are known to use Cubiks tests, they may also require candidates to take other assessments, sit for interviews, or participate in group exercises.

Cubiks Reasoning Tests for Business (RfB)

This set of tests is used to evaluate different areas of business reasoning. These tests are generally given to two different levels of applicants: those applying for managerial and graduate positions and those applying for business support positions. They cover a wide range of skills and are used to assess the potential suitability of a prospective employee by examining his or her reasoning skills. These tests are often administered together online.

  • The Cubiks numerical test – This test comes in a variety of different formats, and the one that will be administered to you is the one which most closely relates to the description of your chosen job. You have approximately one minute to solve each question, and it is not advised to ponder on any question for too long as this could negatively affect your result. Prepare for the Cubiks business support numerical reasoning test and graduate/MGMT numerical reasoning test.
  • The Cubiks verbal reasoning test – Like the Cubiks numerical test, the verbal test comes in varying levels of difficulty depending on the job you have applied for. The goal of this test is to examine your ability to make inferences from and interpret textual information. You are presented with a paragraph containing four to six different facts and then given a statement. Your task is to work out if the statement is true, false, or you are unable to deduce (cannot say) from the preceding paragraph. Prepare for the business support verbal reasoning test and the graduate/MGMT verbal reasoning test.
  • The Cubiks diagrammatic reasoning test – This test assesses your ability to identify the similarities and differences between groups of shapes and to categorise them clearly. Take Cubiks–style diagrammatic reasoning practice tests.

Cubiks Problem Solving Tests

The Cubiks problem solving series comes in a variety of formats. This test battery is used for secretarial and office assistant positions, engineers, and other non-management positions.

The problem solving tests cover a battery of different subjects, assessing both verbal and numerical abilities.

Learn more about and prepare for the problem solving tests.

Cubiks Logiks General Tests

The Cubiks Logiks assessment is comprised of five tests divided into two levels: intermediate and advanced. The five tests are outlined below:

Logiks General Intermediate Test

The Cubiks Logiks General Intermediate Test contains 50 questions which are divided among the following topics: verbal, numerical, and abstract. Visit our Cubiks Logiks test page for more detailed information about this exam.

Logiks General Advanced Test

The Cubiks Logiks General Advanced Test contains 30 questions, also divided among verbal, numerical, and abstract questions.

Logiks Numerical Advanced Test

The Logiks Numerical Advanced Test contains 20 questions, which cover series of numbers and both simple and complex calculations. For more information, please see our Cubiks Numerical Graduate and Managers' Test page.

Logiks Verbal Advanced Test

The Logiks Verbal Advanced Test contains 36 questions, topics of which include logical reasoning, verbal analogy, and antonyms, amongst others. For more information, please see our Cubiks Verbal Reasoning test page.

Logiks Abstract Advanced Test

The Logiks Abstract Advanced Test contains 30 questions, including those covering shape features and sentence completion, amongst other subjects.

Cubiks Situational Judgement Questionnaire (SJQ)

The Cubiks Situational Judgement Questionnaire is an online test in which the candidate is provided a variety of different scenarios. These scenarios are ones likely to occur in the workplace, and it is the candidate's task to select what he or she would do in response. These tests are very similar to general situational judgement tests, which you can practise for and find out more about with JobTestPrep.

Cubiks E-Tray Assessment

In this task, which can be taken both online or in paper form, the candidate is given different pieces of information that need to be sorted out in order of importance. These assessments are typically given to applicants for positions of authority, as these individuals sometimes have to make difficult decisions at the spur of the moment. A cool head is required to complete the task at hand in a correct and fitting manner. You can practise these tests with JobTestPrep's expertly compiled in-tray exercise.

Cubiks Team Role Questionnaire

This is a fairly new innovation by Cubiks that is used to help understand the skills and roles people take on when placed in a team-based environment. It recognises typical behaviour in a group setting, provides information that can help remedy shortcomings, and plans personal development initiatives. It also helps teams engage and work in a more effective manner. In some sense, this questionnaire takes the place of a group assessment at an assessment centre.


The PAPI3, which stands for Personality and Preference Inventory, is an interactive online Cubiks test that creates a virtual map of a candidate's personality.

Prepare for Success

Preparing for these tests is not only recommended, but also completely necessary. As the tests are highly advanced, the companies using them place a lot of emphasis on the results. Taking Cubiks practice tests is guaranteed to help you succeed and get the marks you need to achieve your desired job. 

JobTestPrep offers all the tools  you need to fulfil your potential on the Cubiks assessment tests. We provide practice tests that can be taken in a timed environment, as well as answer explanations detailing the logic and reasoning behind each question. In addition, we have also developed video tutorials and study guides to give you the most comprehensive preparation possible.

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