Have you been invited to write deductive reasoning assessment administered by shl ? This ebook contains practice questions that will help you prepare practice easier, faster, and more efficiently for the test and also gain the much needed confidence to ace the assessment test.
Table of Contents :
- About CEB / SHL?
- What are SHL Assessments
- How to get SHL Deductive Reasoning Practice Tests Book?
- Preparing for Your Deductive Reasoning Test
- Sample SHL Deductive reasoning questions
1. About CEB / SHL?
CEB/SHL (Now Gartner) is a leading global test agency based in the UK. Major international companies use SHL tests as part of their recruitment processes.
For example, Companies that includes Deductive reasoning as part of its assessment incudes: World bank, Air France, PWC, among others.
2. What are SHL Assessments?
SHL Aptitude test style varies from one company to another, and it generally depends on the role the company is recruiting for. SHL administered tests cover sections such as;
- Numerical reasoning (Typically referred as Verify Numerical reasoning),
- Verbal reasoning,
- Deductive reasoning (Covered in this book),
- Abstract/ Logical reasoning
In particular, deductive reasoning assessment administered by shl are designed to measure one’s ability to draw logical conclusions based on information provided, identify strengths and weaknesses of arguments, and complete scenarios using incomplete information.
3. What Is A Deductive Reasoning Test?
Deductive or logical thinking tests are used by employers to measure an applicant’s ability to make logical arguments and form sound conclusions. During this type of test, you will be presented with a variety of scenarios, statements
and arguments for which you will need to apply a given set of rules to determine the
validity of the corresponding conclusion. See example deductive reasoning questions.
4. Preparing for Your Deductive Reasoning Test
The best way to prepare for your deductive reasoning assessment will be to practise beforehand. This will expose you to the different question types likely to be encountered during your exam.
5. How to get SHL Deductive Reasoning Practice Tests Book?
This ebook (Solved SHL Deductive Reasoning Test) is available in PDF format, and will be sent to your email for download instantly once your purchase is complete.
6. Sample Deductive Reasoning
Question Type – Deductions & Conclusions
Questions of this sort require you to draw conclusions from multiple statements.
Here’s an example question:
Which of the following answers is correct?
The correct answer is: Option C. Uncertain
Can you see why?
This is the right answer because we only know that some of the cats are healthy, but we cannot know anything certain about Mitzi the cat. Therefore the answer is uncertain.
Note: for the answer to be “no” the third statement must be without doubt untrue (for
example, by contradicting the first two statements somehow).
Other question types:
Type 2 – Syllogisms
Type 3– Working with Numbers & Tables
Questions of this type involve sets of numbers and tables such as the following
Example: Review the information in the table to answer the associated question:
Question: Which of the following are the correct codes for a Gold Member customer?
A. A360, 5-10, G, 15
B. A360, 5-80, P, 20
C. A450, G-50, G, 15
D. 10, S, 5-80
In this case the correct answer is:
Option A. A360, 5-10, G, 15
Do you understand why?
If we examine the codes that represent Gold Member packs,
we will see that possible codes are: 15, G, 5-10, and A360. Therefore, the answer must
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