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Cubiks Logiks

Cubiks Logiks is a set of aptitude, or ability, tests divided into two groups of difficulties including three categories of numerical, verbal and abstract practice tests and the questions are multiple-choice (MCQ).


It is important to note that each test is based on a database, which ensures a high-level equity for any candidate taking the test.

Cubiks' aptitude tests provide a fair starting level for anyone wishing to take one of the tests:

  • Impartiality - by removing the criteria of age, origin, gender and experience.
  • Standardization of tests - all candidates have the same requirements for passing.
  • Consistency - homogeneity of questions.
  • Relevance - the merits of the questions and statistical studies that justify the test measures what it is ‎supposed to measure.‎
  • Fairness - giving all candidates the same opportunity to do their best.

AptitudeTests.org offers candidates complete simulations of Cubiks Logiks tests in English: Intermediate and Advanced.

  1. About Cubiks
  2. Logiks General (Intermediate)
  3. Logiks General (Advanced)
  4. Other Logiks (Advanced) Ability Tests
  5. What Are the Differences between Intermediate and Advanced Assessments?
  6. Tips and Tricks

Logiks General (Intermediate)

The Cubiks Logiks General (Intermediuate) test offers a set of questions divided into three categories:

  • Verbal reasoning
  • Numerical reasoning
  • Abstract reasoning

 The questions in this test are all of an equal level.

Logiks General (Intermediate)Number of questions in each categoryDuration for each category
Verbal Reasoning24 questions4 minutes
Numerical Reasoning16 questions4 minutes
Abstract Reasoning10 questions4 minutes
Complete Test50 questions12 minutes

Cubiks Logiks General (Intermediate)

Exclusively, we have created the only Logiks General (Intermediate) simulation practice test.

Included:

  • Complete 12-minute simulation test.
  • A total of 50 questions.
  • Complete guides including answers and tips for each section.
  • 16 questions including all the different types of verbal reasoning questions as seen in the Logiks General (Intermediate).
  • 24 questions including all the different types of numerical reasoning questions as seen in the Logiks General (Intermediate).
  • 10 questions including all the different types of spatial reasoning questions as seen in the Logiks General (Intermediate).
  • Print PDF format available with full explanations.
  • Secure payment & FAQ.


Verbal Category

The topics of the questions in this category relate to the various exercises of verbal reasoning, such as syllogism, vocabulary, synonyms, etc.

Cubiks Logiks Verbal Reasoning Sample Test
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Answer

The correct answer is A, the road.

What is the odd one out?

  1. Coin
  2. Ticket
  3. Cheque
  4. Letter
  5. Credit Card

Answer

The correct answer is D, the letter.

Numerical Category

Questions in this category cover numeracy topics, such as simple equations, problems and mental calculation exercises.

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Answer

The correct answer is 292.00 Euros.

Which number completes this equation? 37 + 4 = 52 - ?

  1. 10
  2. 11
  3. 12
  4. 13
  5. 14

Answer

The correct answer is B, 11.

What is the missing sign of this equation? 32 ÷ 4 = 11 ? 3

  1. +
  2. ÷
  3. ×

Answer

The correct answer is B, −.

Abstract Category

The questions in the abstract category deal with subjects of both spatial and abstract reasoning. They usually come in the form of series of diagrams or figures to be completed.

Cubiks Logiks Abstract Reasoning Sample Test
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Answer

The correct answer is C.


Logiks General (Advanced)

Like Cubiks Logiks General (Intermediate) test, the Logiks General (Advanced) is a cognitive test that combines three categories of questions: numerical, verbal and abstract. This test has a general duration of 20 minutes and 30 advanced level questions. The number of questions is therefore less than the intermediate test, but the exercises to be solved are longer and more complex.

Logiks General (Advanced)Number of questions in each categoryDuration for each category
Verbal Reasoning12 questions8 minutes
Numerical Reasoning8 questions8 minutes
Abstract Reasoning10 questions4 minutes
Complete Test30 questions20 minutes

Cubiks Logiks General (Advanced)

Exclusively, we have created the only Logiks General (Advanced) simulation practice test.

Included:

  • Complete 20-minute simulation test.
  • A total of 30 questions.
  • Complete guides including answers and tips for each section.
  • 12 verbal reasoning questions as seen in the Logiks General (Advanced).
  • 8 numerical reasoning questions as seen in the Logiks General (Advanced).
  • 10 questions including all the different types of spatial reasoning questions as seen in the Logiks General (Advanced).
  • Print PDF format available with full explanations.
  • Secure payment & FAQ.


Verbal Category

The exercises presented in this category deal with advanced verbal reasoning topics, most of it is based on text comprehension.

Cubiks Logiks (Advanced) Verbal Reasoning Sample Question
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Answer

The correct answer is: "A growing awareness of the importance of using energy sources that are less harmful to the environment."

Numerical Category

The exercises in this category focus on advanced topics of numerical reasoning, including exercises containing graphs, tables, and diagrams.

Cubiks Logiks Numerical (Advanced): Numerical Reasoning Sample Test
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Answer

The correct answer is Spain.

Abstract Category

The exercises in this category deal with advanced spatial and abstract reasoning subjects. Statements are mostly in the form of diagram sequences or shapes that must be completed.

Cubiks Logiks Abstract (Advanced): Abstract Reasoning Sample Test
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Answer

The correct answer is B.


Other Logiks (Advanced) Ability Tests

In addition to the Cubiks Logiks General test, three other advanced level evaluations are also available. Each of them focuses specifically on one of the three categories mentioned above, and the proposed questions display the same level and presentation as the Logiks General (Advanced) questions.

Logiks Verbal (Advanced)

Cubiks Logiks Verbal (Advanced) test is one of three advanced tests, focusing exclusively on verbal reasoning. The test has a time limit of 25 minutes for 36 questions.

Logiks Numerical (Advanced)

The Cubiks Logiks Numerical (Advanced) test is the second test of advanced cognitive abilities from the publisher Cubiks. As the name suggests, it focuses entirely on numerical reasoning questions. The time frame is 25 minutes for 20 questions.

Logiks Abstract (Advanced)

The Logiks Abstract (Advanced) test is the third and final advanced cognitive test, focusing exclusively on spatial and abstract reasoning. It lasts for 15 minutes and has a total of 30 questions.

What Are the Differences between Intermediate and Advanced Assessments?

The main difference between the levels (intermediate and advanced) of Cubiks Logiks tests is the difficulty and composition of the questions. Indeed, Logiks Intermediate questions deal with simpler and faster topics than the Logiks Advanced questions.

Tips and Tricks

  • Read the instructions correctly! It is not uncommon for candidates to make errors caused by misreading or misunderstanding the statement. This will be easy to avoid if you take the necessary time to read the statement and instructions related to each exercise and question.
  • Solve as many examples as possible to improve in the different questions and to get the level required to pass the various tests.
  • Do the evaluation in a quiet place where you will not disturbed for the duration of the test.
  • If you are using a laptop, utilizing a mouse prior starting your test is highly recommendable. This way you will not be slowed down.
  • Get all the necessary equipment (calculator, paper sheets, pencil, etc.) before you start the evaluation.
  • Make sure you have a compatible internet browser and a good internet connection.
  • Work quickly and accurately, but without haste. Most aptitude tests are time-limited, but solving exercises with stress and haste will most likely improve your chances of making mistakes that could have been avoided.
  • Do not wait until the last minute to complete your tests, it will only make you more nervous, increasing your chances of making mistakes.
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