Learn About the cut-e Abstract Logical Ability Tests and How We Can Help You Prepare

About to undergo a cut-e assessment? You are most likely to face at least one of their abstract logical ability tests. The following is a detailed description of these tests, what makes them so unique, and how we, at JobTestPrep, are able to help you prepare for your upcoming assessment.
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Cut-e's abstract logical ability tests are designated for various fields and positions, measuring non-verbal logical thinking. These tests are divided into three types:

cut-e Discovering Rules Test (scale ix)

  • Number of questions: 20
  • Time: 5 minutes

This is a very common test, mainly used by cut-e for screening graduates and apprentices. Read on about the cut-e Discovering Rules test and JobTestPrep's dedicated practice pack. .

cut-e Discovering Rules Test Sample
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cut-e Inductive Logical Reasoning (scales cls)

  • Number of questions: 12
  • Time: 12 minutes

Similarly to the 'discovering rules' test, inductive reasoning tests require identifying a rule on the basis of a series of occurrences. In this particular test, titled cls, you are presented with two groups of tables. The task is to discover the rules and interrelations defining each group. Thus, when presented with new tables, you should be able to classify each table into its appropriate group.

This test is mainly used by cut-e to screen candidates for apprentices and administration positions. Its interface and general format are unique to cut-e and different than common inductive reasoning tests used by other companies. Practice scales cls

cut-e Inductive-Reasoning Sample Question

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cut-e Deductive Reasoning

Deductive reasoning tests assess the ability to draw logical conclusions from a set of given rules. These tests are mainly used by cut-e to screen candidates of all levels, including apprentices and trainees, in the fields of IT, engineering and electrical engineering as well as electro-technology.

Cut-e use three different deductive reasoning tests, taking 5-15 minutes to complete. These tests present different systems with various operators and/or components, with at least one operator or component missing. The task is to figure out how each system works, in order to identify the missing elements.

cut-e Deductive Reasoning Test Sample Question

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Our Practice Tests

JobTestPrep now offer a dedicated practice pack to help you prepare for the cut-e Discovering Rules (scales ix) test. The pack simulates the real test experience with detailed explanations and solving tips. See here for more details.

Our team is also working to develop additional tailored cut-e style practice packs. In the meantime, we would like to offer you our generic inductive reasoning tests pack, with which you will be able to practise and become familiarised with the inductive reasoning concepts underlying other cut-e tests.

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