The Kenexa deductive reasoning test is designed to assess how well you can follow the logic of a set of premises through to a conclusion. This page looks at IBM’s Kenexa deductive reasoning test, the type of questions involved and how you can prepare for it with JobTestPrep’s deductive reasoning practice pack.
Deductive reasoning is a form of logical reasoning where you are given a rule or general principle that leads to a specific conclusion, and you need to identify that conclusion.The Kenexa deductive reasoning test, like many others, is a verbal based test, where the logic is presented to you in a series of related sentences. Read more about the different types of deductive reasoning question found in many tests on our deductive reasoning page.
The Kenexa deductive reasoning test contains 20 seating arrangement questions. In this style of question you are given a set of statements with information about the positioning of a group of items. Using that information you have to be able to follow the logic and place the items in order to answer the question.This test is untimed, so you do not need to rush, however a note is made of the time it takes you to complete the test, which is passed through to the recruitment team. With this in mind, you should take care not to waste time on questions, but try to answer them both quickly and accurately.
By taking practice deductive reasoning tests you can train yourself to identify the logic and learn how to follow it through to the conclusion. This is necessary if you want to pass your test and continue in your recruitment process. JobTestPrep’s deductive reasoning test pack contains a study guide, explanations and solving tips as well as practice test questions for not just seating arrangement questions but a whole range of deductive reasoning questions.