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# Prepare for The Eligo Test

Eligo tests are among the most challenging assessments in the German-speaking world, widely utilized in both public and private sector selection processes (for example BMW and Deutsche bank). To help you excel in these demanding exams, our comprehensive preparation pack offers:

• Verbal Abilities Practice Tests: Enhance your language skills and comprehension, critical for effective communication and understanding complex texts.
• Numerical Abilities Practice Tests: Boost your mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills, essential for data interpretation and quantitative analysis.
• Abstract and Problem-Solving Practice Tests + Problem Solving Guide: Sharpen your logical thinking and ability to tackle complex scenarios with confidence.
• Technical Abilities Practice Tests: Develop your technical knowledge and practical skills, vital for roles requiring specific technical expertise.
• Process Thinking Practice Tests: Improve your process orientation and analytical thinking, crucial for optimizing workflows and processes.

With hundreds of questions, detailed explanations, and solving tips, our pack provides you with the tools you need to master the Eligo test and stand out in your application process. Start preparing today and increase your chances of success!

Get full, accurate Eligo practice materials:

• 15 Verbal Abilities Practice Tests
• 12 Numerical Abilities Practice Tests
• 5 Abstract and Problem-Solving Practice Tests + Problem Solving Guide
• 3 Technical Abilities Practice Tests
• 3 Process Thinking Practice Tests
• Includes detailed explanations & solving tips
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## Eligo Sample Questions

#### Verbal - Combination Ability

Wind : Sailboat = Propellant : ?

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Wind : Sailboat

• Wind propels the sailboat forward by filling its sails.

Propellant : Rocket

• Propellant is a chemical substance that propels the rocket forward by generating thrust through combustion.
1. A) Car - A car is propelled by an engine that uses gasoline or diesel, not a propellant in the same sense as a rocket.
2. C) Bicycle - A bicycle is propelled by human effort (pedaling), not by a propellant.
3. D) Train - A train is propelled by an engine, which could be electric or powered by diesel, but not by a propellant in the same sense as a rocket.
4. E) Submarine - A submarine is propelled by an engine that could be electric, diesel, or nuclear, not by a propellant in the same sense as a rocket.

#### Numerical - Processing Speed

Choose the smaller value according to the following:

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Left field: Triangle a - Triangle b = 9 - 6 = 3

Right field: Circle - ¾-Circle = 3 - 1 = 2

2 < 3

Keep in mind that there are approx. 6 seconds per task.

#### Abstract

Choose the location that matches the field of view.

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