Free Matrigma Test Practice Guide 2024

Matrigma is a renowned online cognitive ability assessment designed to evaluate yout overall reasoning skills. This non-verbal test is highly versatile and can be readily adapted for individuals of various linguistic backgrounds, and for a variety of positions.

Our Matrigma test PrepPack includes the following material that will help you ace the test:

**Video tutorial and study guide**- To help you understand the test format and question difficulty. As well as providing you with expert tips to follow the best answering strategy.**Matrigma test simulations**- Familiarize yourself with the test and practice as many times as you need. Our pack includes thorough explanations and**over 200 questions**to practice.**Extra practice**- Additional practice that will help you further improve your questions-solving skills in inductive reasoning.

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Matrigma is a renowned cognitive ability test designed to evaluate your overall critical reasoning and learning skills. The test is an online pre-employment assessment that helps employers examine your ability to solve problems and draw conclusions, which is crucial for almost any position.

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The Matrigma test is composed of matrices and is essentially founded on the famous Raven matrices, the classic matrix test upon which all GMA (General Mental Ability) tests are based. It is considered by many to be the truest form of GMA.

Watch the following Matrigma Test Practice Video for answering tips and explanations.

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**1. **Choose the shape that best fits the following pattern.

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Correct!

**The correct answer is E**

To complete this matrix, you must look at the progression of the objects across the rows (from left to right).

It seems there is no relation between the shapes in the rows and the columns. However, there is a progression which can be seen—an increasing number of sides to the objects and shapes. In the top row, for example, the first object (on the left) is a line, which has only one side. The middle shape object has two sides, and the final shape (on the right) is a three-sided triangle.

The same pattern is evident in the second row, which starts with a two-sided object and ends with four-sided rectangle.

The bottom row keeps this pattern, and so the correct answer must a shape that has five sides.

**2. **Choose the shape that best fits the following pattern.

Wrong

Wrong

Wrong

Correct!

Wrong

**The correct answer is D.**

Two rules operate in this matrix that may appear related to each other but which, in fact, are not:**Rule 1:** Each row contains one of each of these three figures: a square with diagonal lines, a square with horizontal and vertical lines, and a rhombus with horizontal and vertical lines.**Rule 2:** Each figure contains a circle, but each figure's circle across a given row is a different size: small, medium, or large.

Thus, the missing figure must keep both rules. It must contain the shape missing from the bottom row (a square with horizontal and vertical lines), as well as a circle of the size missing from that same row (small).

Find more practice questions on our Free Raven's Matrice Test page. Other tests also include similar questions, such as the SHL Inductive Reasoning Test, and the Cubiks Test.

There are two versions of the Matrigma test:

**Classic Matrigma Test:**This is the common version of the test. There are a total of**35 questions**on this test that need to be answered within a**40-minute time limit.**The difficulty of the questions increases as you continue to progress throughout the test.**Adaptive Matrigma (Matrigma 2):**This is the newer version of the original Matrigma test making it less common to encounter. On this version of the test, the time limit has been dwindled to**12 minutes**leaving only**1 minute to answer each question**. Since this version is**adaptive**, the level of difficulty for the next question depends on the result of the previous question. This means that for each question that you answer correctly, the next question will be even more difficult than the one before. Similarly, if you answer any of the questions incorrectly, the next question will decrease in difficulty.

Matrigma test scores are confidential and reported in three categories: **low, average, and high.** While the exact scoring method is not public knowledge, a score of 7 or higher is generally considered strong, and employers typically look for scores in the **above-average range (which falls between 7 and 10).**

The average score for the classic version (35 questions in 40 minutes) is 18 correct answers, and answering half the questions correctly usually translates to an average score.

**Start by quickly scanning the matrix**, both the rows and the columns, to see if anything draws your attention.- If the rule is not immediately discernible,
**examine the figures in the matrix carefully**, focusing on one characteristic at a time. Remember that the rule might operate on a figure's shape, colour, alignment, motion, and quantity, among other features. **The rule can operate in the matrix’s rows, columns, or both**, and it might not necessarily give importance to the order of the figures.**Give yourself one minute per question**, if you can't solve the question in this amount of time, move on to the next one. Acting this way will leave you time to go back and answer questions you may have skipped.**Don’t leave any questions unsolved.**If you are not sure what the answer is, guess! There is no penalty for wrong answers.

Acing the Matrigma test involves **both preparation and smart test-taking tactics.** Beforehand, practice abstract reasoning tests to familiarize yourself with the logic and patterns used. Understanding the format, with its time constraints, will also help you manage the actual test effectively.

During the test, quickly scan the matrix to identify any initial patterns. If you're stuck, analyze individual figures, considering their shape, color, and other features. Remember, the rule might apply to rows, columns, or both, and order might not matter. Allocate one minute per question, and if you get stuck, move on and revisit it later if time allows. While there's no penalty for wrong answers, guess strategically by eliminating obvious incorrect options. By combining preparation and these strategies, you'll be well-equipped to succeed on the Matrigma test.

**"low," "average," or "high"** without specific numerical values. However, generally, a score in the "high" category (typically considered **7-10 out of 10**) is seen as very strong, indicating excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills. This would be ideal for many positions and could put you ahead of other candidates. While an "average" score (3-6) suggests you possess the necessary abilities for most roles, a "high" score would demonstrate exceptional potential and could be highly beneficial in your job application.

**12-minute** time limit, where most people answer **20-25 questions.**

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