The cut-e Discovering Rules test—also called 'scales ix'—is used to assess the non-verbal logical thinking of graduates and apprentices. The test consists of 20 questions to be solved in 5 minutes. In each question a series of figures is presented. All figures but one are organised according to a certain rule, and your task is to decipher the rule and identify the odd figure.
It is important to note that while such odd-one-out tests are relatively common in many assessment companies, cut-e still manage to stand out with a different style. The number of figures in each series, the types of figures and, most importantly, the rules applied each time are different in nature compared with those seen in other companies.
Similarly to the 'discovering rules' test, cut-e also has an inductive logical reasoning test, which requires identifying a rule on the basis of a series of occurrences. Read more about cut-e's inductive logical reasoning test (scales cls).
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