Practice for Cubiks Logiks Intermediate Tests

The Cubiks Logiks Intermediate level test has three sections - verbal, numerical, and abstract. You have four minutes to complete each of the sections and there are a total of 50 questions. Those are the basics of the test and below we will explain each section and why our PrepPack will help you excel on this test.

## How Is the Cubiks Logiks Intermediate Test Made Up?

As mentioned above, there are three sections to this test. We will deal with each of them below.

### Verbal Reasoning

In this section of the test, you have to answer 24 questions in a four-minute time frame. Once the four minutes have elapsed, there will be no opportunity to go back. There are three types of questions in this section: The first type focuses on deductive logical thinking where you are given two statements that agree with each other. Below this, there is another statement. You have to analyze the logic of this statement. There are four answer options and you can only select one of them.

The second style of question evaluates your English language ability and you have to identify the opposite of the given word.

The third style of question is analogy-based where you must identify the relationship that exists between each pair of words and determine which of the additional four-word pairs maintains the same logical relationship.

### Numerical Reasoning

In this section of the test, you have to answer 16 questions in the four-minute time frame. The different styles of question include number sequences, word problems, and equation completion.

### Abstract Reasoning

In this section of the test, there are 10 questions to answer in four minutes. The questions are of a figural series nature. You are presented with a series of five figures, and you must find the correct answer that completes the series. The frames advance from left to right in a certain way. You must try to predict the next shape in the sequence from the options listed.