Passing the graduate aptitude tests is crucial as it will allow you to continue on to the next stage of the hiring process. That is why it is very important to practise in advance. JobTestPrep will prepare you for your tests so that you'll score higher and land the graduate programme or job you want.
JobTestPrep offers the most comprehensive online preparation for graduate aptitude tests. Our PrepPack™ comes complete with over 3,000 practice questions accompanied by answer explanations and a rich collection of video tutorials and study guides.
With just one pack, you can practise for almost every possible graduate test: numerical reasoning, verbal reasoning, inductive reasoning, spatial reasoning, mechanical reasoning, deductive reasoning, diagrammatic reasoning, and general cognitive ability (such as the PI-LI).
Our PrepPack™ is specially tailored for graduates and will help you prepare for various aptitude tests, such as the CEB SHL, Kenexa, Saville, Talent Q, cut-e, Watson Glaser, and the Cubiks aptitude test. Let JobTestPrep help you ace your graduate scheme tests so you start your career off on the right foot.
There are many different types of graduate scheme tests. Below we go over the main aptitude tests for graduates, all of which are covered by our PrepPack™.
The following are the most popular tests amongst graduate employers, so expect to sit at least one of them during the hiring process:
Some employers may ask you to take a cognitive ability test, which comprises a collection of questions on various topics.
For certain positions, you might need to sit reasoning tests such as the following:
An aptitude test is any type of assessment that evaluates a person's talent, ability, or potential to perform a certain task, with no prior knowledge or training. Most employers use at least one type of graduate aptitude test (e.g. numerical, verbal, etc.) in their selection processes, which is why preparation is essential. These tests are meant to determine whether you are a good fit for the company and role, and they are usually given online before the assessment centre and interview stages. Oftentimes, a verification test will be given at the assessment centre to authenticate the original aptitude test taken online.
Statement: All stand-up comedians are optimistic. If you are a violinist, then you must be optimistic.
Conclusion: Only optimistic people are both violinists and stand-up comedians.
Conclusion does not follow
The answer is 'Conclusion follows'.
Let's start by formalising the premises:
Stage 1: Stand-up comedians → optimistic; violinist → optimistic
Stage 2: (Stand-up comedians + violinists) → optimistic
Now, let's formalise the statement:
Only optimistic → stand-up comedians + violinists
which is equivalent to: (stand-up comedians + violinists) → optimistic
Therefore, the conclusion follows from the statement.
Choose the image that completes the pattern.
The correct answer is the 2nd option from the left.
The hexagon rotates by 30° clockwise each frame (along with the line and the dot inside it), causing it to stand on its corner in one frame and on its edge in the next frame. According to this, options (1) and (4) can be eliminated.
In addition, the dot's position relative to the hexagon changes from frame to frame: the dot is always placed next to one of the hexagon's corners, and each time it shifts to the next corner clockwise. Therefore, the correct answer is (2).
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