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  1. What Is the Cubiks Test?
  2. Cubiks Numerical, Verbal & Abstract Explained
  3. Cubiks Logiks General Test
  4. Free Tests
  5. Sample Questions
  6. Expert Tips
  7. Cubiks Score Report
  8. FAQs

What Is the Cubiks Logiks Test?

Cubiks Logiks is a unique type of psychometric test that assesses your cognitive ability and aptitude for a variety of employers and positions.

Cubiks is split into 3 sub-sections: Numerical, Verbal and Abstract, each assessing different capabilities.

1) Cubiks Numerical Ability Test - assesses your ability to understand and correctly analyse statistical and numerical data, as well as your ability to make logical deductions.

2) Cubiks Verbal Ability Test – assesses your ability to understand, process and reason about written information, as well as your ability to evaluate arguments regarding this information.

3) Cubiks Diagrammatic/ Abstract Ability Test – assesses your ability to solve questions about non-verbal characteristics by analyzing, evaluating and correctly drawing logical inferences from diagrammatic data. In this type of test, you are required to identify patterns in a series of diagrams and infer the missing piece in that series.

On occasion you may be given one of these tests as an individual test with just one of the question types: numerical, verbal or abstract. These tests are at the Cubiks advanced difficulty level (see more about Cubiks difficulty levels below).

Numerical, Verbal & Abstract: Test Formats, Number of Questions and Time Limit

1) Logiks Numerical Test

You’ll be presented with complicated statistical and numerical data in tables and/or graphs. Based on this data you’ll need to make calculations and/or draw the correct logical conclusion.

Question format

Number of question & time limit

Tables and graphs followed by 3-4 multiple-choice questions. Choose and click 1 answer out of 6 options

20 questions in 25 minutes

2) Logiks Verbal Test

You’ll be presented with a long text section and asked to find, understand and deduce information about the section as a whole or about a certain topic within it.

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

About 12 written passages, each followed by 3 multiple-choice questions regarding each text. Choose 1 answer out of 4 options

36 questions in 25 minutes

3) Logiks Abstract/Diagrammatic Test

Here you’ll be given a series of 5 block diagrams and asked to determine which block completes the sequence

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

A row of 5 block diagrams with the 6th diagram missing - Choose and click 1 answer out of 5 options

30 questions in 15 minutes

 

Cubiks Logiks General Test

The Cubiks Logiks General psychometric test has 2 levels of difficulty: Advanced and Intermediate:

The Advanced level test can appear in 2 formats:

I) Cubiks Logiks General Test - Advanced Version

Most people will likely have this version of the test to contend with.

The test is 20 minutes long and covers 30 questions in 3 distinct sections: numerical, verbal and abstract.

1) Logiks general advanced: numerical section

You’ll be presented with complicated statistical and numerical data in tables and/or graphs. Based on this data you’ll need to make calculations and/or draw the correct logical conclusion.

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

Tables and graphs followed by 3-4 multiple-choice questions - Choose and click 1 answer out of 6 options

8 questions in 8 minutes

2) Logiks general advanced: verbal section

You’ll be presented with a long text section and asked to find, understand and deduce information about the section as a whole or about a certain topic within it.

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

Long imposing block of text followed by 3-4 multiple-choice questions - Choose and click 1 answer out of 4 options.

12 questions in 8 minutes

3) Logiks general advanced: abstract/diagrammatic section

Here you’ll be given a series of 5 block diagrams and asked to determine which block completes the sequence

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

A row of 5 block diagrams with the 6th diagram missing - Choose and click 1 answer out of 5 options.

10 questions In 4 minutes

 

The Intermediate level test is almost always a 50-question assessment split into 3 distinct sections: numerical, verbal and abstract questions.

The test has a 12 minute time limit (4 minutes for each section).

Some prominent employers choose this version of the test for their vetting process. Shell, for example, is known to use this test on a wide scale.

1) Logiks general intermediate: numerical section

You’ll be presented with short text questions and relatively simple math or numerical series questions. The catch is that you have a short time to complete a long list of questions – just 15 seconds per question.

Question format

Number of question & time limit

  • Mental arithmetic questions
  • Number sequence questions
  • Word problems

Choose and click 1 correct answer out of 5 options.

16 questions in 4 minutes

2) Logiks general intermediate: verbal section

You’ll be given short paragraphs or statements and required to use basic logic to reach conclusions based on the information presented.

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

  • Antonym questions - determine the opposite of a word, or find the odd one out in a list of words
  • Syllogism questions – choose the correct logical conclusion
  • Verbal analogy questions – determine the relationship between words

Choose and click 1 correct answer out of 5 options.

24 questions in 4 minutes

3) Logiks general intermediate: abstract/diagrammatic section

Here you’ll be given a series of 5 non-verbal block diagrams and asked to determine which block completes the sequence.

The logical rule in this version is simpler to recognize than that in the advanced version.

Question format

Number of questions & time limit

A row of 5 block diagrams with the 6th diagram missing - Choose and click 1 answer out of 5 options.

10 questions in 4 minutes

 

 

 

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Cubiks Logiks General

Test Time Adv. 4:30 min
Int. 2:25 min
Questions Adv. 9
Int. 10
Pass Score 8

Cubiks Numerical Test

Test Time 5 min
Questions 5
Pass Score 8

Cubiks Verbal Test

Test Time 4 min
Questions 6
Pass Score 8

Cubiks Abstract Test

Test Time 2 min
Questions 5
Pass Score 8

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Cubiks Assessment Sample Questions

Since Cubiks tests come in 2 difficulty levels (intermediate and advanced) we're providing you with the opportunity to try each of the 3 test sections (numerical, verbal and abstract) at both levels.

Feel free to jump ahead to the section which interests you the most:

1) Cubiks Numerical Reasoning Test Questions
2) Cubiks Verbal Reasoning Test Questions
3) Cubiks Abstract Reasoning Test Questions

 

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Cubiks Logiks Numerical Reasoning Practice

Advanced Question Format:

The test consist of questions in the form of tables and graphs with statistical and numerical data, about which you are asked to make calculations and/or draw logical inferences.

3-4 multiple choice questions follow each table or graph.

Your task will be to choose just one correct answer from a set of 6 possible answer options.

Let's try some examples:

Advanced Numerical Example Question:

Cubiks Logiks Numerical Advanced test sample 1

*1 drive = £70   **£1 = 1.59 USD

 

If Spectra is to sell 5.7% more units in 2012 with a 12% increase in sale price and Arclight’s sales figures are to remain constant, how much more than Spectra will Arclight make, in US Dollars?

A) 90.84m
B) 92.62m
C) 138.93m
D) 147.27m
E) 156.34m
F) Cannot say

✔️ The correct answer is (D) - 147.27

 

We're especially being asked to find the difference  between the $ income of Arclight and Spectra.

I.e. (Arclight total revenue) - (Spectra total revenue) = ?

In order to solve this question we need to calculate the expected 2012 revenues for both Spectra and Arclight.

 

Spectra:

1) Number of units sold is expected to increase by 5.7%:

Units sold in 2011: 20 million

Units expected to be sold in 2012: 20x1.057 million units.

2) Unit price is expected to increase by 12%:

Price in 2011: £70

Expected price in 2012: £70*1.12 = £78.4

3) Expected revenue for Spectra in 2012:

(number of units sold)x(price per unit) =

(20x1.057) x (£70x1.12) = £1657.376 million


Arclight:

1) Number of units sold in 2012 is to remain the same as in 2011, which means 25 million units.

2) Unit price is also expected to remain the same, which means £70 per unit.

3) Expected revenues for Arclight in 2012:

25 million x £70 = £1750 million

 

Now, let's calculate the difference:

Arclight - Spectra =

£1750 million - £1657.376 million = £92.624 million

Remember, however, that we need to find the difference in dollars, not pounds. The conversion rate is noted below the chart.

If £1 = 1.59 dollars, then the expected difference in dollars is:

£92.624 million x 1.59 = 147.27 million dollars

 

Alternatively, you can find the company profits in dollars and subtract as follows:

Arclight: 25x£70x1.59 = 2782.5 million dollars

Spectra: (20x1.057)*(£70x1.12)x1.59 = 2635.23 million dollars

Difference = 2782.5 - 2635.23 = 147.27 million dollars

 

Intermediate Question format:

This version of the test confronts you with a large number of fairly simple maths questions in a short span of time.

These are multiple-choice questions with one correct answer from a set of 5 possible answer-options. The questions come in the following formats:

1) Mental arithmetic questions, which present you with an equation with a missing variable or arithmetic sign; you are required to decide which number or sign is missing.

2) Number series questions, which require you to correctly choose the next number in a series.

3) Word problems: which require you to solve mathematical problems based on short texts.

 

Intermediate Example Question:

Which number comes next in the sequence?

4, 8, 13, 19, 26

A) 19
B) 28
C) 32
D) 34
E) 40

✔️ The correct answer is (D).

 

In this series the difference between the numbers is constantly growing by 1.

The difference between 19 and 26 is 7, so the next difference will be 8:

26 + 8 = 34

 

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Cubiks Verbal Reasoning Test Practice

Advanced Question Format

Cubiks verbal test questions consist of a few paragraphs of written information followed by 3-4 questions about this information.

The written texts are often related to the type of position or company you're applying to.

Some questions are explicit, meaning that the answer is stated directly in the text, while others are implicit, meaning that the answer is only implied from the text.

The test questions are multiple-choice with one correct answer from a set of 4 possible answer options.

Advanced Verbal Example Question:

Dada was an artistic and literary movement that originated in neutral Zurich, Switzerland in 1916 as a reaction to World War I and the ubiquitous nationalism that accompanied it, consisting of artists who rejected the logic, reason and aestheticism of modern Western society and traditional art by expressing nonsense, irrationality and anti-bourgeois protest in their work. The movement organized public gatherings and demonstrations and published art and literary journals to spread their anti-war, anti-art message. Dada was practised as the antithesis to traditional art—the focus on meticulously planned works of art shifted into incorporating chance into them, challenging artistic norms and questioning the role of the artist. The art techniques the movement used include collages, photomontages and cut-up techniques. Dada artists utilized readymade objects in their work, buying and presenting everyday items as art with only little manipulation. Using prefabricated objects encouraged the discourse of artistic creativity and the purpose of art in society. The Dada movement dissipated with the establishment of Surrealism, a movement that aspired to liberate thought, language, as well as human experience from the oppressive boundaries of rationalism and was influenced by the Freudian theories of the subconscious.

 

Which one of the following assumptions is definitely made in the passage?

A) Dada is known for its premeditated works of art.
B) Collages are considered a traditional method of art.
C) Surrealism is a more prominent movement compared to Dada.
D) Not all countries in Europe participated in World War I.

✔️ The correct answer is (D)

 

Option (D) is the correct answer because it is stated in the passage that Dada originated in 'neutral Zurich, Switzerland', which means Switzerland did not take part in World War I.

Therefore, it can be inferred that not all countries in Europe participated in World War I.

Option (A) is incorrect because the passage states Dada was practiced as the antithesis to traditional art- it was based on chance, rather than meticulous planning.

Option (B) is incorrect because it cannot be assumed that collages are considered a traditional method of art.

Dada is stated in the passage as the antithesis to traditional art and as a movement that used collages as art techniques. Therefore, it is more likely to assume collages are not considered traditional methods of art.

Nevertheless, a definite assumption regarding the relationship between collages and traditional art cannot be made based on the passage.

Option (C) is incorrect because, even though it is mentioned in the passage that the Dada movement dissipated with the establishment of Surrealism.

It cannot be assumed it resulted from the prominence of Surrealism over the Dada movement.

 

 

Intermediate Question Format

This test has 3 main types of questions based on short texts or sets of words. Each type gives you 5 answer options from which to choose one correct answer.

1) Antonym questions – Here you'll be given a word and required to choose the word that signifies its opposite. 

You may also 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. This type of question is called 'odd-one-out'.

2) Syllogism questions – You'll be given several statements and then asked to choose the correct logical conclusion drawn from them.

3) Verbal analogies - Here you'll be given a pair of related words and you'll need to figure out the relationship between them. 

Then, you'll be given another single word and asked to choose a word from the answer options that upholds the same logic (e.g. clouds are to rain what volcanoes are to___?)

Intermediate Verbal Example Question:

Some of Josh’s shoes are blue.
None of Josh’s shoes are green.

If the two statements are true, what is the most logical conclusion?

A) All of Josh’s shoes are not green.
B) Some of Josh’s shoes are orange.
C) None of Josh’s shoes are black.
D) None of the above.

✔️ The correct answer is (A)

 

(A) is correct because it is a rewording of the second statement. If “None of Josh’s shoes are green,” then “All of Josh’s shoes are not green.”

(B) is incorrect because no information is provided about whether Josh has orange shoes.

(C) is incorrect because no information is provided about whether Josh has black shoes.

Therefore, the correct answer is (A).

 

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Cubiks Logiks Abstract/Diagrammatic Reasoning Practice

Both Cubiks Advanced and Intermediate Abstract Ability Tests have essentially the same question types.

The only difference between the to tests is the level of difficulty.

Question Format:

You'll be presented with a series of diagrams in a row with a logical pattern that governs its progression.

You'll then be required to recognize and choose the missing 6th diagram in the series based on that pattern (out of 5 different answer options).

note  Note:  Sometimes the advanced level version can present you with a question that has more than 5 patterns in it (the number of patterns in the Intermediate level questions is always 5).

 

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Expert Tips to Master Your Cubiks Test

Cubiks is a unique test that merits dedicated tips. So much so that when we sat down to compile all the best tips for you we ended up writing 8 pages worth.

Each section of the test has it's own solving methods and tactics, so we wrote specific tips for each one.

If you're serious about putting in the work to improve your score you should definitively take a look at our Cubiks test tips page


What is Unique about Cubiks Tests

Cubiks Logik General Tests differ from many other aptitude tests in several domains:

 

1) There are only 2 difficulty levels - Intermediate and Advanced - no "Beginners" level.

The Intermediate level is considered easier but has more question sub-types in its numerical and verbal sub-sections.

Our practice materials for this level can be used to develop your basic numerical, verbal and abstract abilities before taking the Advanced level test.

 

2) Level of sophistication - There is a strong emphasis on logical and methodical ways of thinking.

In all 3 sub-sections of the test (Numerical, Verbal and Abstract) the questions are made to examine your ability to use formal logic, recognize patterns and pay attention to numerous small details simultaneously.


Understanding Your Score Report and Test Results

Cubiks tests have 2 distinct scoring systems. Each of the 2 test-types (Advanced and Intermediate) is scored differently.

Cubiks' system generates an automated score report which may be viewed both by you and your prospective employer.

In general, regardless of the scoring format, you should strive to place in the top 20% of test performers (usually presented as an 80th percentile score). 

You can learn more about this in our guide on Cubiks Logiks Test Scoring.

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FAQs

Cubiks has many tests, but the most popular ones are timed as follows:

Cubiks Logiks General Test - Advanced Version – 20 minutes

Cubiks Logiks General Test - Intermediate Version - 12 minutes

Individual numerical test – 25 minutes

Individual verbal test – 25 minutes

Individual abstract test – 15 minutes

*Test timing may change in certain instances, but in any case Cubiks will notify you of the time limit of your test before you begin.

Cubiks Logiks Advanced and Intermediate level tests each have a different scoring system.

Cubiks Advanced is in percentile form – with a likely pass score of 80th percentile and over.

Cubiks Intermediate is uses score points instead of percentiles – with a likely pass score of 7-8 or above.

Cubiks is not an easy test, but is not considered among the hardest out there.

The hard part is outperforming your competitors, as your test score is compared with others who took your same test.

To achieve a good score, practice will be invaluable to you.

Cubiks claims to have over 1,000 clients all over the world (mainly US and Europe).

They likely test thousands of candidates at your location each year, and many more thousands around the world.

Of course, your skills can be improved. This is our business after all!

If you’re serious about putting in the effort to practice test questions and develop your performance, go see our Cubiks test prep offering (it’s built to get you ready for your test in just a few days)

Cubiks administers tests through its web platform.

You will likely be asked to connect to this online platform in order to take the test, or otherwise you will be connected to it by a third party applicant tracking system (ATS).

Cubiks usually allows you to take the test in a place of your choosing with your personal computer.

Some employers may prefer to administer the test in supervised test conditions, in which case you'll sit the test at a testing centre.

 

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