Free UCAT (UKCAT) Abstract Reasoning Practice Questions

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This section of the UCAT (UKCAT) involves pattern recognition and logical thinking, you will have to identify patterns amongst abstract shapes and sequences in order answer each question.

There are 55 questions in this section with just 14 minutes to answer them all and read the instructions. Start your preparation for the abstract reasoning section here! And monitor your performance with the correct answers and explanations.

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Abstract Reasoning Practice Questions

Subtest length: 55 questions (11 sets of 5 questions)
Subtest timing: 13 minutes (1 minute per set)

Sample length: 5 questions
Sample timing: 1 minute

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