Deductive Reasoning is an important part of almost every aptitude test. It is a category where you can get confused by the strange statements that are presented to you. The trick is to determine exactly what information has been presented to you and which conclusions can be drawn with absolute certainty from the statements.
We have made an overview of the possible questions you can get in the Deductive Reasoning (syllogisms) section. It is useful to take a good look at this overview before you start practicing. Below you can find more than enough exercises to prepare you for your final Assessment.
All practice tests are based on the questions of the mayor assessment centres.
We recommend that you first take a free practice test to see what kinds of questions occur and how to solve them.
There are different types of patterns that are often used for syllogisms. By studying the explanations and example exercises of the different patterns, you will recognise the patterns more easily, work faster and make fewer mistakes.
We recommend doing at least 3 exercise sets with time pressure. At the end of each exercise set, we indicate how your score relates to the norm group and whether you need to work faster or more accurately to get the highest possible score on your assessment. This way you know exactly when you are optimally prepared.
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