Diagrammatic reasoning is your ability to think logically and solve complex problems. It's a measure of your inductive reasoning and deductive capacity.
A diagrammatic test is designed to assess your ability to identify a set of rules from a flowchart or sequence of diagrams, and then to apply those rules to a new situation.
Diagrammatic reasoning tests are designed to evaluate your ability to solve problems and think logically. Your task is to deduce the underlying logic of a pattern and guess what is next to follow.
You are presented with multiple options and have to choose which one fits. To do this, you’ll need to view the shapes to find rules which can be applied across the sequence.
Diagrammatic reasoning tests are a great way to assess candidates capacity to solve complex problems. This can be important for many technical roles, such as production workers, apprentices, engineers, designers and scientists.
A diagrammatic reasoning test is proven to be the most effective predictor of an individual's capabilities in this area. Results for a diagrammatic reasoning test will indicate a candidate's ability to:
This 24-minute test assesses the ability to evaluate processes represented through diagrams. It is designed for all high-level roles, e.g. directors, managers, professionals, graduates and management trainees.
Time: 24 minutes
This 16-minute test assesses the ability to evaluate processes represented through diagrams. It is designed for all technical roles, e.g. production workers, apprentices, engineers, designers and scientists.
Time: 16 minutes