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Logical Reasoning

This test is designed to assess an individual's capabilities in both inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning.

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Inductive reasoning involves making broad generalisations from specific observations, whereas deductive reasoning utilises two statements with a common subject to determine a conclusion.

Symbiotics' Logical Reasoning test consists of 45 multiple choice questions with 4 answer options.

There are three sections to the test:

  1. Using a grid to decipher a word from an initial code
  2. Determining which sentence is correct from facts provided
  3. Analytical Reasoning, where answering questions based on information provided.
Number of Questions:
Time Limit:
30 minutes
Invigilator Required:
Joystick Required:


A narrative report highlights the individual's score in each aspect of the test.

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Is an Invigilator Required?

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Our Psychologists Comments

Logical reasoning is defined as the process of using a rational, systematic series of steps to arrive at a conclusion. Individuals who have high levels of logical reasoning will base their decision making on factual data rather than emotions or 'gut-feel'. This makes their decisions much less risky. They are also able to take their learning and apply it to other situations more effectively.

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