Skills and abilities

A list of the skills and abilities covered in the test. Your analytical report will show how you scored on each of these skills.

Logic: Inductive logic is the ability to discover relationships in data in order to create rules. Deductive logic is the ability to apply rules and make accurate deductions, thus allowing you to reason from the general to the specific.

Pattern recognition: The ability to identify a pattern in information which may at first seem to be unrelated.
Verbal skills: Proficiency in reading and comprehension with respect to information presented in writing.
Visual skills: The ability to determine how objects will look like if they are rotated or folded, or if their components are moved or rearranged.
Spatial orientation: The ability to determine the relative position of objects around you or your position in relation to the environment.

General knowledge: Knowledge acquired through education and experience.

Classification: The ability to organize collections of items by finding similarities and differences between them. Classification skills are important for conceptualizing problems, and memorizing information.

Short term memory (STM): The ability to store and manipulate material for a brief period of time. The longer information is stored in short term memory the easier it is to manipulate information needed in the execution of complex cognitive tasks.


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