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How to Pass Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests

Essential Practice for Abstract, Input Type and Spatial Reasoning Tests

How to Pass Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests will help you prepare for recruitment processes by giving you invaluable practice in abstract reasoning, input type diagrammatic reasoning and conceptual/spatial reasoning tests.
EAN: 9780749449711
Edition: 1
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Format: 219x140
240 pages

About the book

Tests of diagrammatic reasoning feature in the recruitment process for professional services, finance, accountancy, graduate traineeships, architecture, engineering and even the UKCAT. Doing well in these common assessments is largely down to practice.

How to Pass Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests contains over 300 practice questions involving a series of pictorial or diagrammatic questions with little or no resort to words or numbers. Each chapter is organised into blocks of warm up questions with a mini test at the end. The questions get progressively harder.

Covering abstract reasoning, input type diagrammatic reasoning and conceptual and spatial reasoning tests, How to Pass Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests will help you to achieve a high score and get though to the next stage of the recruitment process.

About the authors

Mike Bryon

Mike Bryon is an expert in psychometrics and training solutions. He is also the author of The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook, The Numeracy Test Workbook, How to Pass Graduate Psychometric Tests , Graduate Psychometric Test Workbook, How to Pass the Civil Service Qualifying Tests, How to Pass Selection Tests, How to Pass Technical Selection Tests and The Ultimate Psychometric Test Book, How to Pass Secondary School Selection Tests, How to Pass the GMAT, How to Pass Advanced Numeracy Tests, How to Pass Advanced Verbal reasoning Tests, How to Pass the UK's National Firefighter Selection Tests, Psychometric Tests volume 1 CD ROM, Test Your Aptitude volume 1 CD ROM and Test Your IQ volume 1 CD ROM, all published by Kogan Page.

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