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Belive it or not - finding the correct asnwer for an abstract reasoning test item has its own methodolgy. Sure, you can construct the correct answer in your head, based on the rules you ought to find, then hope that there will be a matching answer option - or you can take it to the next level by understanding how answer options are created and how you can use this knowledge to enhance your chances of finding the correct answer (as well as your speed).
In talking to Online EU Training users, one of the main requests we hear is for explanations for numerical reasoning tests to be much more detailed. We are here to report that we are already working on this!Our current explanations, while containing all the essential information to be able to answer the test questions correctly, are quite short - usually 3 or 4 sentences in a single paragraph.
Recently we have received many requests from Online EU Training’s users asking for expert tips or methodology on how to quickly solve the various test types, such as abstract, numerical or verbal reasoning.
While the best way to learn about the methodology of succeeding at these tests is the live training webinars, we hereby show you the next part in our series on EU test methodology.