Inductive reasoning test guide

Inductive reasoning tests are designed to assist employers to identify your ability to solve problems. Similar to Diagrammatic reasoning, Abstract reasoning and Logical reasoning tests, the test taker has to identify underlying logical rules of patterns and use this information to select the missing shape from a number of options.

Inductive reasoning tests are used in a wide range of jobs and industries. The biggest users of the Inductive reasoning tests are probably finance, banking and IT industries. Therefore, if you want to work in this area preparing for the Inductive Reasoning test is an important milestone in getting the job you want.

The Institute of Psychometric Coaching provides the most detailed feedback reports available online. Each report contains a list of your correct and incorrect answers, detailed answer explanations and worked solutions to all questions to help you identify and strengthen areas in your logical thinking skills. These reports are available to you immediately upon completing a Inductive reasoning practice test and you can access them online at any time and track your outcome as you improve. We also offer recommendations on how to improve and perform at your best on the day of your Inductive reasoning test.

So if you are applying for a job, take the initiative and practice for this type of test, as preparation can make the difference between getting and not getting the job. Please try our free abstract test to test your logical thinking skills or purchase our online courses and practice abstract reasoning tests to ensure you get your dream job.