How to Pass Diagrammatic Reasoning Tests: Essential Practice for Abstract, Input Type and Spatial Reasoning Tests

Overview

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 organized into blocks of warm-up questions with a mini test at the end.  The questions get progressively harder.
 
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Overview

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 organized 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 readers achieve a high score.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780749449711
  • Publisher: Kogan Page, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 12/28/2008
  • Series: Testing Series Series
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 707,149
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Mike Bryon is an expert in psychometrics and training solutions. He is the author of The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook, How to Pass Graduate Psychometric Tests, and The Ultimate Psychometric Test Book, all published by Kogan Page. Visit his website at www.mikebryon.com.

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Table of Contents

1          A unique source of essential practice         

Start by getting test wise; Adopt a winning mindset; Devise and implement an unbeatable study plan; What to expect on the day; Aim to make a really good start and to keep going; Guessing can pay; If you suffer a disability; How to use this book; What to do if you fail

2          Abstract reasoning tests       

Style one; Style two; Style three; Style four; Four mini-tests

3         Input-type diagrammatic reasoning tests   

Type 1; Type 2; Type 3; Type 4; Twelve mini-tests

4          Conceptual or spatial reasoning tests         

Type 1; Type 2; Type 3; Type 4; Type 5; Ten mini-tests

5         Answers and explanations   

Chapter 2 Abstract reasoning; Chapter 3 Input-type diagrammatic reasoning; Chapter 4 Conceptual/spatial reasoning

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