The aim of these practice tests is to familiarise you with MyAptitude.
The practice tests are similar but not identical to the real tests. Doing the practice tests will give you a good idea of what to expect and experience in entering your answers online. Most importantly, check how long it takes you to do the practice questions and compare that with the recommendations given with each example.
Working Quickly and Accurately
Your task here is to look at combinations of numbers, letters and symbols, identifying the one on the right which is exactly the same as the one on the left.
The real test has 40 questions and lasts four minutes. There are six practice questions which you have 45 seconds to complete.
Each question in this test shows a series of shapes, lines and colours. Your task is to establish the logical progression in each set - following the arrows - and identify which of the four possible answers correctly shows the next step in the sequence.
The real test has 30 questions and lasts nine minutes - there are six practice which you have two minutes to complete.
Each question in this test shows three diagrams containing numbers which are related in some way to one another. Your task is to identify a fourth diagram which has numbers with the same relationship as the first three.
The real test has 30 questions and lasts 18 minutes. You have four minutes to complete the six practice tests questions.
Your task is to select one of the six alternative answers to replace the question mark so that both pairs of words bear similar relationships with one another.
The real test consists of 40 questions and lasts seven minutes. There are six practice questions which you have one minute to complete.
Spatial Reasoning (2D)
Your task is to identify the missing piece - from the four choices offered - to complete the picture. To do so you will have to use your imagination to rotate the parts until you find one which will fit correctly.
The real test has 20 questions and lasts five minutes - you have two minutes to complete the six practice test questions.
In each question four spellings are offered for each word. Your task is to identify the correctly spelled one.
The real test has 40 questions and lasts five minutes. There are six practice questions so you have one minute to complete them.
Spatial Reasoning (3D)
Each question shows a pattern which can be folded to produce only one of the three-dimensional figures shown as possible answers. All patterns are folded so that their markings appear on the outer surfaces of the boxes produced. Your task is to decide which one of these four figures is the correct one.
The real test has 20 questions and lasts seven minutes. There are six practice questions which you have two minutes to complete.
The questions in this test involve a mixture of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Decimal calculations. Your task in every case is to identify - from the four possible answers - the correct solutions to the question.
The real test has 60 questions and lasts 10 minutes - you have one minute to complete the six practice questions.