Free Logical Reasoning Test Practice Guide 2024

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  • 9 figural matrices practice tests
  • 11 figural next in series practice tests
  • 5 figural odd one out practice tests
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JobTestPrep offers comprehensive preparation materials for logical reasoning assessments. Our PrepPack™ features a range of practice tests, covering both non-verbal and verbal reasoning types. These tests encompass the most frequently encountered topics in actual exams.

Additionally, our package provides in-depth answer explanations, a thorough study guide, and informative score reports. Begin your preparation journey with our resources today and enhance your chances of success in any logical reasoning examination.

How Do Logical Reasoning Tests Work?

Logical reasoning tests (such as those used by employers for online assessments) are typically abstract, diagrammatic or inductive. As part of their online selection process, employers often use these tests.

Analytical reasoning tests measure your ability to pay attention to detail, analyze information, and make judgments. In general, these tests are described as nonverbal reasoning tests, as you are presented with shape sequences rather than numerical or verbal information.

Nevertheless, "logical reasoning" can also refer to verbal logical reasoning tests, which measure candidates' ability to read and comprehend complicated texts, as well as their ability to draw conclusions and recognize important information using critical thinking skills.

Practice Logical Reasoning Test Questions

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Who Uses Logical Reasoning Tests?

A list of some of the most popular logical reasoning assessments is provided below. Designed for pre-employment tests, our Logical Reasoning PrepPackTM provides comprehensive preparation for other similar assessments.

Watson Glaser Kenexa Logical Reasoning
eSkill Siena Reasoning Test (SRT)

Human Systems Technology (HST)

Cubiks Logiks Tests

Wonderlic Test (WPT)




Logical Reasoning Sample & Example Questions

Here are four examples of logical reasoning example questions. Choose the correct answer for each question:

1. Choose the image that completes the pattern.

Logical Reasoning Information, Examples & Practice

Answer Explanation:

The correct answer is: 

next in series 1 answers

The difficulty level of this question is very high.
The shapes are placed in imaginary columns, one shape in each column, which move from right to left so that in each frame the left-hand column (leftmost shape) disappears, the middle column (middle shape) moves to the left, and a new column (new shape) appears on the right. The shape in this new column can be either a circle or a square, at random. The position of the new shape is not random, but appears in a certain order: first in the upper right-hand corner, then in the middle, then in the lower right-hand corner, then back to the middle, and finally back to the upper right-hand corner. This movement is repetitive.

For example, between the leftmost item and the one after it, the shapes moved in this pattern: the circle at the bottom reached the edge of the item and disappeared, while the square and the other circle each moved one space to the left, and a new shape (a circle) appeared in the middle of the right column.

2. Three travelers - John, Kate and Lenny - came back from three trips to the following countries: Mauritania, Nepal, Oman, Peru and Qatar. The countries each of them visited must be consistent with the following rules and conditions:

Each country was traveled by at least one of the travelers.
Each traveler took only one trip, during which he or she traveled to only two or three different countries.
Only one traveler traveled to Qatar.
Every traveler who traveled to Mauritania also traveled to Nepal.
A traveler who traveled to Qatar did not travel to Peru.
John traveled to all the countries Kate traveled to.

If Kate traveled to three countries, then which one of the following must be true?

A. John traveled to Peru.

B. Lenny traveled to Nepal.

C. All three travelers traveled to Mauritania.

D. All three travelers traveled to Nepal.

E. Kate and Lenny traveled to the same number of countries.


The correct answer here is the only answer that is necessarily true. This means that the four wrong answer choices are either impossible, or plausible but not mandatory.

If Kate traveled to three countries, it means that John traveled to exactly the same countries - no more (traveling to 4 countries violates the rules) and no less (K → J).
Kate, and therefore John, cannot travel to Qatar (note derivatives), so Lenny must have traveled to Qatar. Because whoever traveled to Qatar cannot travel to Peru, it must be Kate and John who traveled to Peru.

The correct answer is (A).

3. In a restaurant's pantry there are seven kinds of fruits - Figs, Guavas, Honeydews, Kiwis, Mangos, Nectarines and Papayas. The restaurant's chef has to pick exactly four different kinds of fruits out of the seven to make a fruit salad. The selected fruits must meet the following conditions:

  1. Papaya can be selected only if Kiwi is selected.
  2. Fig can be selected only if Nectarine is selected.
  3. Either Mango or Nectarine must be selected but not both.
  4. Either Papaya or Honeydew must be selected but not both.
  5. If the salad contains either Mango or Papaya, but not both, then all of the following must be true EXCEPT:

Choose the correct answer:

  1. If the salad contains Guava and Mango, it also contains Kiwi.
  2. If the salad contains Nectarine, it must contain Fig or Guava.
  3. If the salad contains Honeydew and Mango, it also contains Guava.
  4. If the salad contains Kiwi and Guava, it also contains Honeydew.
  5. If the salad contains Fig, it must contain Papaya and Kiwi.


The correct answer to this question is the only response that does not ‘must be true’. In other words, the correct answer is either necessarily false or could be (but not necessarily) true.

In this question a rule is added: M P, so before examining the responses it is better to figure out what information is added by this rule.

If Mango is selected, then both Nectarine (M N) and Papaya (M P) cannot be selected. Since Nectarine is not selected then Fig cannot be selected.
If Papaya is not selected then Honeydew must be selected (H P).
Thus, if Mango is selected there is only one possible fruits combination:
M, H, K, G.

If Papaya is selected then neither Mango (M P) nor Honeydew (H P) can be selected, but Kiwi must be selected (P K).
Since Mango is not selected then Nectarine must be selected (M N).
Thus, there are two possible fruits combinations: P, K, N, G and P, K, N, F.

Response (A) must be true because the only combination with Mango and Guava contains Kiwi, therefore it is not the correct answer.

Response (B) must be true because any fruits combination with Nectarine contains either Fig or Guava, and therefore it is not the correct answer.

Response (C) must be true because the only combination with Mango and Honeydew contains Guava, and therefore it is not the correct answer.

Response (D) is not necessarily true because there are two combinations containing Kiwi and Guava - one of them contains Kiwi, but the other one does not.
The correct answer is (D).
Note: After finding the correct answer, there is no need to examine the remaining responses.

Response (E) must be true because the only combination with Fig in it, contains Papaya and Kiwi, and therefore it is not the correct answer.


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