Bairesdev Problem Solving Practice Test

Bairesdev Problem Solving Practice Test free question

The test is designed and administered by BairesDev as part of their recruitment and evaluation process.

Generally, a problem-solving test assesses an individual’s ability to analyze, evaluate, and solve complex problems. It may involve various types of questions or scenarios that require critical thinking, logical reasoning, and decision-making skills. The test is typically used to evaluate a candidate’s problem-solving capabilities, their approach to tackling challenges, and their ability to think creatively and efficiently.

The Bairesdev Test

The BairesDev Problem Solving Test may cover various areas, including:

  1. Basic Math: This section assesses your proficiency in fundamental mathematical concepts such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and numerical operations.
  2. Numerical Reasoning & Series: This section evaluates your ability to understand and analyze numerical data, patterns, and series, as well as your capacity for logical reasoning and deduction.
  3. Verbal Reasoning: This section focuses on your comprehension skills, vocabulary, and ability to draw conclusions based on written information and logical reasoning.
  4. Logical Reasoning (Inductive & Deductive): This section tests your logical thinking abilities, including your capacity to identify patterns, draw logical conclusions, and solve problems through both inductive and deductive reasoning.
  5. Situational Judgment Tests: These tests present you with various workplace scenarios and assess your ability to evaluate and respond appropriately to different situations based on provided information.
  6. Personality Tests: Personality assessments are used to evaluate your individual characteristics, preferences, and work style. These tests help assess your suitability for specific roles and how well you may fit within a particular organizational culture.

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Bairesdev problem solving test questions and answers

Here are 30 sample questions covering a range of problem-solving areas:

  1. What is the next number in the sequence: 2, 4, 6, 8, __?
  2. Solve the equation: 3x + 5 = 17.
  3. Which word is the odd one out: apple, orange, banana, carrot?
  4. If all bloops are bleeps and some bleeps are blips, can we conclude that some bloops are blips?
  5. A car traveled 200 miles in 4 hours. What was its average speed in miles per hour?
  6. Which number is the smallest: -5, -3, -1, 0, 2?
  7. Complete the analogy: Circle is to sphere as square is to __?
  8. Rearrange the following letters to form a meaningful word: R E A D U B.
  9. If Sally is taller than Mark, and Mark is taller than John, who is the tallest?
  10. Solve the following problem: If 3 apples cost $2, how much do 5 apples cost?
  11. What is the missing number in the sequence: 10, 20, __, 40, 50?
  12. Which of the following is not a prime number: 11, 12, 13, 14?
  13. If a box contains 12 red marbles and 8 blue marbles, what is the probability of picking a red marble?
  14. Which shape completes the series: Triangle, square, pentagon, __?
  15. If all birds have feathers, and a penguin is a bird, can we conclude that penguins have feathers?
  16. Find the value of x in the equation: 2x + 7 = 15.
  17. Which word is the synonym of “happy”: sad, joyful, angry, tired?
  18. Identify the logical fallacy in the statement: “If everyone jumps off a bridge, you should too.”
  19. If a train travels at a speed of 60 miles per hour, how long will it take to travel 180 miles?
  20. Which number is the largest: 0.5, 0.75, 0.25, 0.9?
  21. Rearrange the following letters to form a meaningful word: S T E A L.
  22. If A is taller than B, and B is taller than C, can we conclude that A is taller than C?
  23. Solve the following problem: If a shirt costs $25 and is discounted by 20%, what is the sale price?
  24. Which figure completes the pattern: square, circle, triangle, __?
  25. What is the missing term in the series: 2, 5, 10, 17, __?
  26. Which of the following is an example of deductive reasoning: using specific observations to draw a general conclusion, using general knowledge to make a specific prediction, analyzing patterns to identify a trend, or solving a math problem step by step?
  27. If John is three years older than Mary, and Mary is five years younger than Mark, who is the oldest?
  28. Solve the equation: 2(3x – 1) = 10.
  29. Identify the analogy: Dog is to bark as cat is to __?
  30. If a store offers a 25% discount on all items, how much will a $80 item cost after the discount?

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