Question: What does abstract reasoning test measure?

The Test of Abstract Reasoning (TAR) is a measure of general ability for selection into occupations which involve a moderate to high level demand on reasoning ability. Employers assess abstract reasoning when a job requires the ability to think clearly, process information, solve problems and make good decisions.

What does a high score in abstract reasoning mean?

It includes lateral and flexible thinking, logical reasoning, and generating solutions beyond the most obvious. Someone who is strong in Abstract Reasoning would be able to use logic to extrapolate rules or relationships to other possible scenarios.

How is decision making marked?

Scoring of cognitive subtests For Decision Making, some questions (those with multiple statements) are worth 2 marks. In these questions, one mark is awarded to partially correct statements. Raw marks (the number of questions you got right) are converted into scaled scores which range from 300-900.

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