- Logical / Abstract Reasoning
- Numerical Reasoning
- Analytical (Deductive) Reasoning
- Critical Thinking
- What are Personality Trait Assessments (DISC) & how is it used
Logical / Abstract Reasoning
Logical reasoning is about using shapes and patterns to assess your logic and problem-solving skills You’ll be expected to quickly interpret a series of images to deduce the rule or pattern that connects them (for example, a repetition of color, shape, or size). In doing all of this, you showcase your ability to connect seemingly random images, patterns or shapes by using your logical abilities and fluid intelligence to spot patterns and relationships.
This is designed to measure your numerical aptitude and your ability to interpret, analyze and draw conclusions from sets of data. Although numerical reasoning focuses more on your interpretation and analytical abilities, rather than your mathematical skills, there are a few key areas you’ll need to be confident in.
Analytical (Deductive) Reasoning
Analytical reasoning is intended to be abstract – it does not need specific job-related skills, nor does it need any culturally specific knowledge. Analytical reasoning assesses your ability to use the information and logically make decisions, quickly. It is not only assessing the ‘right’ answers, but also your speed in making the necessary deductions.
Critical thinking assesses your ability to use a range of logical skills to evaluate given information and make a judgment. It is presented in such a way that you are expected to quickly study the evidence presented and decide on the strength of the arguments. Critical thinking shows your potential that you do not just accept data and can avoid subconscious bias and opinions – instead, you can find logical connections between ideas and find alternative interpretations. In the most simple terms, critical thinking skills will make sure that you are not simply accepting information at face value with little or no supporting evidence. It also means that you are less likely to be swayed by ‘false news’ or opinions that cannot be backed with facts – which is important in high-level jobs that require logical thinking.
What are Personality Trait Assessments (DISC) & how is it used
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