Free UCAT (UKCAT) Abstract Reasoning Practice Questions

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This section involves pattern recognition. Study the sets of shapes and determine which set the following shapes belong.

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Abstract Reasoning

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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