mock psychometric test

free mock psychometric test practise

Thank you for participating in this mock psychometric test. This exercise is designed to give you a taste of what real psychometric testing can be like. It’s an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the types of questions and formats you might encounter in actual assessments used by employers, educational institutions, or other organizations.

Test Structure

This mock test consists of several sections, each focusing on a different skill set or personal attribute:

  1. Cognitive Abilities: Questions designed to assess your numerical, verbal, and abstract reasoning skills.
  2. Personality Traits: A series of statements where you will rate your agreement or preference, aimed at understanding your work style and interpersonal behaviors.
  3. Situational Judgement: Scenarios that you might encounter in the workplace or everyday life, testing your decision-making and problem-solving abilities.
  4. Logical Reasoning: Questions that assess your ability to think logically and analytically.
  5. Emotional Intelligence: Questions designed to understand how well you perceive and manage emotions in yourself and others.
  6. Spatial Ability: Tasks that require you to visualize and manipulate shapes and spaces.
  7. Critical Thinking: Questions that evaluate your ability to reason through arguments and assumptions.

These tests often assess cognitive abilities, personality traits, and other skills. For this mock version, I’ll provide a few sample questions that cover different aspects typically found in such tests.

Cognitive Abilities

  1. Verbal Reasoning: Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
    “Despite the clear evidence, the defendant’s plea remained _______.”
    a) adamant
    b) inconclusive
    c) irrelevant
    d) implausible
  2. Numerical Reasoning: Solve the following problem.
    “If a train travels 60 miles in 1.5 hours, how fast is it going?”
    a) 30 mph
    b) 40 mph
    c) 50 mph
    d) 60 mph
  3. Abstract Reasoning: Which figure comes next in the series?

Personality Traits

  1. Agreeableness: Do you find it easy to empathize with someone else’s point of view?
    a) Always
    b) Often
    c) Sometimes
    d) Rarely
  2. Conscientiousness: How often do you double-check your work for errors?
    a) Always
    b) Often
    c) Sometimes
    d) Rarely
  3. Openness to Experience: Are you interested in learning about abstract concepts like philosophy or theoretical science?
    a) Very Interested
    b) Somewhat Interested
    c) Not Very Interested
    d) Not Interested at All

Situational Judgement

  1. Problem-Solving: If you find an error in a report that has already been distributed to clients, what would you do?
    a) Ignore it since it’s already sent out.
    b) Inform your supervisor and offer to send a corrected version.
    c) Try to fix the error without telling anyone to avoid consequences.
    d) Blame the error on a colleague.
  2. Teamwork: When assigned to a team project, how do you typically contribute?
    a) Take charge of the project and delegate tasks.
    b) Work on whatever task is assigned to me.
    c) Offer ideas and collaborate with others.
    d) Prefer to work alone, even in a team setting

Logical Reasoning

  1. Sequence Identification: Identify the next number in the sequence:
    2, 4, 8, 16, …
    a) 24
    b) 32
    c) 48
    d) 64
  2. Pattern Recognition: Which shape is the odd one out?

Emotional Intelligence

  1. Self-awareness: How do you usually react when you receive criticism?
    a) I feel upset but try to learn from it.
    b) I often disagree with the criticism.
    c) I consider it calmly and objectively.
    d) It doesn’t affect me much.
  2. Empathy: If a colleague is upset about a personal issue, how do you respond?
    a) Offer advice on how to solve the problem.
    b) Listen and show understanding without giving advice.
    c) Change the subject to lighten the mood.
    d) Avoid discussing personal matters at work.

Spatial Ability

  1. 3D Manipulation: Which 3D shape would be made from the following 2D pattern?
  1. Map Reading: If you are facing north and turn 90 degrees to your right, what direction are you now facing?
    a) North
    b) South
    c) East
    d) West

Critical Thinking

  1. Assumption Identification: Is the following statement based on an assumption?
    “If people read more books, society would be more knowledgeable.”
    a) Yes
    b) No
  2. Argument Evaluation: Does the conclusion follow from the premises?
    “All apples are fruits. All fruits grow on trees. Therefore, all apples grow on trees.”
    a) Yes
    b) No

Test by Company

CompanyAssessment Tests
GoogleCognitive ability tests, coding challenges, behavioral assessments
McKinsey & CompanyCase interviews, problem-solving assessments, behavioral interviews
MicrosoftTechnical assessments, coding challenges, problem-solving interviews
Procter & Gamble (P&G)Cognitive ability tests, situational judgment tests, online assessments
DeloitteNumerical reasoning tests, verbal reasoning tests, personality assessments
AmazonBehavioral-based interviews, case study exercises, online assessments
IBMCognitive ability tests, technical assessments, problem-solving interviews
FacebookCoding challenges, technical interviews, behavioral assessments
AppleTechnical assessments, coding challenges, problem-solving interviews
Goldman SachsNumerical reasoning tests, critical reasoning tests, situational judgment tests
J.P. MorganCase interviews, problem-solving assessments, behavioral interviews
IntelTechnical assessments, coding challenges, behavioral interviews
Cisco SystemsTechnical assessments, coding challenges, problem-solving interviews
AccentureCognitive ability tests, behavioral interviews, case study exercises
The Coca-Cola CompanyPersonality assessments, situational judgment tests, interviews
PepsiCoCognitive ability tests, problem-solving assessments, behavioral interviews
Johnson & JohnsonPersonality assessments, situational judgment tests, interviews
Ford Motor CompanyTechnical assessments, problem-solving interviews, behavioral assessments
General MotorsCognitive ability tests, situational judgment tests, interviews
ExxonMobilNumerical reasoning tests, critical reasoning tests, situational judgment tests
ChevronTechnical assessments, coding challenges, problem-solving interviews
ShellCognitive ability tests, situational judgment tests, interviews
WalmartNumerical reasoning tests, critical reasoning tests, situational judgment tests
TargetBehavioral interviews, problem-solving assessments, situational judgment tests
NetflixBehavioral interviews, case study exercises, problem-solving assessments
AdobeTechnical assessments, coding challenges, problem-solving interviews
LinkedInCognitive ability tests, personality assessments, situational judgment tests
AirbnbProblem-solving interviews, behavioral assessments, case study exercises
UberTechnical assessments, coding challenges, problem-solving interviews
TeslaTechnical assessments, problem-solving interviews, behavioral assessments