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UMAT/HPAT

UMAT/HPAT questions in multiple choice test format:

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    01.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  1. 02.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  2. 03.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  3. 04.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  4. 05.For the following question, select the option which most logically and simply completes the diagram:

     
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  5. 06.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  8. 09.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  9. 10.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  10. 11.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  11. 12.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  12. 13.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  13. 14.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  14. 15.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  15. 16.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  16. 17.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  17. 18.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  18. 19.For the following question, select the option which most logically and simply completes the diagram:

     
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  19. 20.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  20. 21.For the following question, re-arrange the diagrams and select the option which most logically and simply fits the middle of the sequence:

     
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  27. 28.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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  29. 30.For the following question select the answer which most simply and logically continues the series:

     
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Psychometric

Psychometric: Abstract questions

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Psychometric: Diagrammatic questions

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Psychometric: Odd One Out questions

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Psychometric: Operator questions

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Psychometric: Spatial questions

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Ravens Matrices

Ravens Matrices questions

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Numerical

Numerical Reasoning questions

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ANSWERS

Psychometric: Abstract questions 1.A 2.B 3.A 4.D Psychometric: Diagrammatic questions 1.A 6.A Psychometric: Odd One Out questions 7.E Psychometric: Operator questions 1.D 2.D Psychometric: Spatial questions 1.B Ravens Matrices questions 1.1 2.8 3.7 4.2 5.6 6.3 Numerical Reasoning 1.A 2.B 3.B 4.B

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