Logic Assessment



 

 

 

 






 

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Pre-Enrolment Assessment

Logic Assessment

This Logic Assessment is a series of questions that will evaluate your understanding of mathematics, sequencing, data analysis, and general problem-solving skills. Before you start, make sure you have a caluculator, pen and paper available. When you are finished, click the Submit button.

Instructions
Choose the correct answer from the options below.

Monkey: tree. Fish:___

Question ID 63








Water: cup. Air: ___

Question ID 62








Which of the following is expressed by the statement? “I’m not sure if I will go to school today.”

Question ID 58








Day: bright. Night: ___

Question ID 55








Shoes : feet. Hat : ___

Question ID 56








Height : tall. Sky : ___

Question ID 52








Which of the following words does not belong in the list?

Question ID 54








Background
You are the new manager for Mariano’s, an Italian restaurant. You have 10 staff members: 4 full-time staff and 6 part-time staff. Full-time staff work 40 hours a week, and part-time staff work 20 hours a week. All staff make $20 an hour.

How many hours per week do your staff work in total?

Question ID 68








How much money must you spend per week on staff costs?

Question ID 69








If you cut all part-time staff down to 15 hours a week, how much will you spend on part-time staff costs per week?

Question ID 70








The restaurant owner has decided to give all staff a raise of $1 an hour. How much money must you spend per week on all staff costs?

Question ID 71








Background
You want to buy presents for your family. You have $500 budgeted for gifts. You have already bought your father a beautiful book for $69 and your sister a video game for $89. You would like to buy your mother a handbag.

There are four handbags. Which is the most expensive one you can afford without going over your budget?

Question ID 72








Your sister said she would lend you $50 if you want to buy your mother a nicer handbag. Which can you afford with $50 extra from your sister?

Question ID 73








Instructions
Choose the correct answer from the options below.

What is the next number in the following sequence: 8, 10, 14, 20, 28, __

Question ID 93








In the following series of numbers, how many times does 6 immediately follow 8: 8, 6, 6, 8, 4, 8, 6, 8, 6, 8, 0, 6, 8, 6

Question ID 96








What is the next fraction in the following sequence: 2/5, 3/6, 4/7, 5/8, __

Question ID 98








What is the next fraction in the following sequence: 1/2, 1/6, 1/18, 1/54, __

Question ID 103








What is the next set of letters in the following sequence: fab, ebd, dcf, cdh, __

Question ID 113








What is the next set of letters in the following sequence: amo, clp, ekq, gjr, __

Question ID 114








What is the next number in the following sequence: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, __

Question ID 116








What is the next shape in the following sequence?

Question ID 118








What is the next shape in the following sequence?

Question ID 119








What is the next shape in the following sequence?

Question ID 122








What is the next shape in the following sequence?

Question ID 123








What is the next shape in the following sequence?

Question ID 124








Instructions
Choose the correct answer from the options below.

A shoe factory finds that X out of Y shoes produced are defective. Expressed as a percentage this would be:

Question ID 129








X people can build a wall in Y days. How many people will be required to build a wall in Y/3 days?

Question ID 130








Dennis is 4 years younger than Ray who is going to be X years old a year from now. Which of the following calculations would you use to find out how old Dennis is now?

Question ID 133








If we find i = j and j > k, then which of the following is true?

Question ID 135








If we find i < j and j < k, then which of the following is true?

Question ID 136









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