Example Insights Verbal Reasoning Test
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This example test measures the ability to evaluate, reason and conceptualise with words and sentences. This test comprises 20 questions with a maximum time limit of 15 minutes. You will need to work both quickly and accurately to perform well in this test. After completing the test, your score
will be provided. Please try to attempt every question before the end of the time limit. If you cannot answer a question in time, use your best guess.
You will be presented with a passage of information, and four statements about that passage. For each of the four statements you must select one of the following answers:
1) Definitely True:
The statement is definitely true beyond a reasonable doubt, based solely on the information in the passage.
2) Probably True:
The statement is more likely to be true than false, but not definitely true beyond a reasonable doubt, based solely on the information in the passage.
3) Insufficient Information:
There is not enough evidence to make a decision based solely on the information provided in the passage.
4) Probably False:
The statement is more likely to be false than true, but not definitely false beyond a reasonable doubt, based solely on the information in the passage.
5) Definitely False:
The statement is definitely false beyond a reasonable doubt, based solely on the information in the passage.
Please note: This example is not one of the real tests we administer; this example is here only to let candidates familiarise themselves with the sort of tests they may face during the selection process. If you wish to discuss our real tests please contact us.
Data are stored anonymously and no personally identifiable information is collected.
Please do not complete this practice assessment if you are under the age of 16.