The name abstract reasoning is used in so many contexts and is attached to so many test types that it's hard to tell which test is referred to.
Generally speaking, abstract reasoning is the ability to reason and form logical conclusions in the absence of common human language (numbers and words). That is all the tests that carry the mane abstract reasoning are shape based.
In the case of Saville Abstract Reasoning Aptitude (also referred by Saville as Inductive Logical Reasoning), the test comprises shape sequences, displayed most often in a row or a matrix. The sequences display some sort of a logical pattern and the candidate is asked to fill in a missing shape in the end or middle of the sequence.
Test length: 6 minutes for the swift version, 18 minutes for the long version.
The above practice pack includes 17 practice tests that adhere to the concepts of Saville Abstract reasoning Aptitude and in addition contains other popular formats of abstract tests, as they appear in other assessments. Each question is accompanied by an explanation and you can choose whether to practice under timed or non-timed modes.
You could also use our full Executive Aptitude practice pack in case you were told so, as it includes the abstract, numerical and verbal tests.
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