Spatial Reasoning Practise Tests

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What Are Spatial Reasoning Tests?

Spatial Reasoning tests are designed to test your ability to mentally rotate and manipulate shapes in two or three dimensions and are often used by recruiters of engineers, architects and many other professions to access candidates. We have a variety of question types to practise with to help you improve this fundamental skill.

Try to visualise a room of a building from memory, how well you can remember what was in that room (or any of the features) and the proportions of the room is dependent on the level of spatial awareness you have. Your estimations of measurements and distances can become more accurate as your spatial reasoning skills are practised.

Our tests are designed to develop your spatial reasoning skills. The tests are structured such that you can revisit past tests to see where you might have gone wrong, track your progress using our reporting system and much more.

Typical Questions Given To Candidates

Below you will find a list of questions that feature in our tests. Please note, this is not a comprehensive list of questions you may face in your tests. Different organisations vary that type of questions that they use.

Folding 2D Nets

Example Question is displayed to the left.

This is one of the more tricky question types, here you are provided with a 2 dimensional net which you must fold into a cube (in your mind of course) and select the correct cube from the list of possible answers.

Mirror Images

Example Mirror Image Question is displayed to the left.

Given an object that has many inner characteristics, select the mirror image of said object. You will be given 4 answers to chose from ensuring that the shapes and colours are in the correct mirrored positions. The picture shown is one of our easiest mirror image questions.

Rotate 3D Objects

Rotate 3D Objects

Example 3D Object Rotation Question is displayed to the left.

Here you are given a cube and are required to identify which cube (from a possible 4 answers) represents the same original starting images but from a different angle. This will test your ability to rotate 3D objects in your head under strict time conditions.

Shape Constructions

Shape Construction

Shape Construction question sample is displayed to the left.

Given a number of pieces of a deconstructed shape, you must place them back together to form the original shape. This tests your ability to concentrate on multiple objects at the same time. See the example image to the left.

Arranging Objects

Arranging Objects

Arrange question demo is displayed to the left.

This question type involves assembling the 4 shapes you are given into a cube, matching the colours/patterns. You will be presented with 4 possible answers and you are required to identify the best match.

Why Practise?

Spatial reasoning or spatial awareness can be developed like any skill. By practising you can become more in-tune with the requirements of these tests and give yourself the best chance possible of passing. Like any skill, the more it is practised the better it will become at it.

Where Are They Used?

The majority of employers now use aptitude tests as part of the recruitment process to ensure the suitability of possible employees to the role they are applying for. Many of these aptitude tests will involve a special reasoning section.

Why Us?

Our users have access to one of the most unique systems for spatial reasoning tests. While some sites have prepared questions that are the same for all users, our tests are user unique in that each test is randomly generated from our vast bank of patterns. This means that users have access to a huge number of tests and can practise using a different set of patterns each time, rather than repeating the same questions over and over again.