Mettl Aptitude Test Structure
The Mettl assessment contains three domains:
Each domain contains about 20 questions and is timed 20 minutes, so the total duration of the test is 60 minutes. All questions are multiplechoice with a varying number of answer options (2 to 5, depending on the test’s domain).
The Mettl Aptitude test's domains:
Logical Reasoning domain
Quantitative Reasoning domain
Verbal Reasoning domain
The Mettl assessment reports are given immediately after completing the test, no waiting required!
The reports are available in three formats:
Excel Report:
PDF Report: presents a sectional score's analytics and a difficulty level analysis of the candidate. It also includes the test's logs and details regarding the candidate's answers to the questions.
HTML Report: an online representation (HTML format) of the PDF report. Each candidate receives her/his own weblink to view their test's results.
Our Mettl General Aptitude PrePack is an extensive, highly professional package especially tailored to prepare you for the Mettl General Aptitude Test. It comprises of three fulllength practice tests, which cover the Logical, Quantitative and Verbal domains included in the test (each simulation includes 61 questions). In addition, the PrepPack™ offers you extra practice of the three types of domains with more than 500 questions, to ensure you have a fully satisfying grasp of all the relevant topics.
Logical Sample Question 
In a hitech company, no engineer plays basketball, but some engineers are sprinters. Conclusions:

Explanation
The correct answer is (C) – Neither I nor II follows. According to the statement, Engineers don't play basketball, and some engineers are sprinters. The following illustration represents the statement: Based on the illustration, it is clear that there is no information regarding programmers, which dismisses conclusion I, and there is no information regarding basketball playing among sprinters who are not engineers. One can only tell that engineers, in general (including those who are sprinters), don't play basketball. Therefore, none of the conclusions can be deduced from the statement. 
Quantitative Sample Question 
If the sum of squares of two different integers is greater than 144 and their product is smaller than 40, what is the possible value of the integers' difference? 
Explanation
The correct answer is (A)  12 Let the two integers be x and y. x² + y² > 144 and x * y < 40 The connection between the integers' sum of squares and their product, in a way that will lead to their difference, is the contracted multiplication formula of: (x  y)² (x  y)² = x²  2xy + y² = x² + y²  2xy Knowing that x² + y² > 144 and x * y < 40 x² + y²  2xy > 144  2 * 40 => x² + y²  2xy > 144  80 => x² + y²  2xy > 144  80 =>(x  y)² > 64 => x  y > 8 or x  y < 8 Therefore, a possible value for the integers' difference would be a number greater than 8 or smaller than 8. The only value in the answer options that fits that demand is 12.

A nice way to build your confidence is to practice mental math in everyday situations, like calculating discounts and change at stores.
Verbal Reasoning Sample Question 
Identify the error in the given sentence. 'They go to the party without him by the time he got there,' said Jean. 
Explanation
The correct answer is (A). Since going to the party occurs before he gets there, the verb to go must be in the past tense. Thus, the correct sentence is as follows: 'They went to the party without him by the time he got there,' said Jean. Note that the going must have happened in the past because the past tense verb 'got' is not an answer choice and, consequently, must be correct. Therefore, the correct answer is (A). 
Reading Comprehension questions
Verbal Ability questions
** Work on expanding your vocabulary – learn different words' meanings, their synonyms and antonyms. Familiarize yourself with different idioms
Below you can find links to additional logical, verbal and numerical practice materials: