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**Abstract Reasoning Practice Subtest Instructions**

There are 4 different question types in this section of the exam.

For type 1, you will be presented with two sets of shapes labelled “Set A” and “Set B”. You will be given a test shape and asked to decide whether the test shape belongs to Set A, Set B, or Neither.

For type 2, you will be presented with a series of shapes. You will be asked to select the next shape in series.

For type 3, you will be presented with a statement, involving a group of shapes. You will be asked to determine which shape completes the statement.

For type 4, you will be presented with two sets of shapes labelled “Set A” and “Set B”. You will be asked to select which of the four response options belongs to Set A or Set B.

It is in your best interest to answer all questions as there is no penalty for guessing. All unanswered questions will be scored as incorrect.

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Question 1.

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**Set B** – The biggest shape, the star, is white.

**Members of Set A** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is black.

**Members of Set B** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is white.

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Question 2.

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**Set B** – The biggest shape, the central rectangle, is white.

**Members of Set A** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is black.

**Members of Set B** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is white.

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Question 3.

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**C** – The two shapes, black and white, are of equal size.

**Members of Set A** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is black.

**Members of Set B** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is white.

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Question 4.

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**C** – The black and white squares are of equal size.

**Members of Set A** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is black.

**Members of Set B** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is white.

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Question 5.

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**Set B** – The biggest shape, the central pentagon, is white.

**Members of Set A** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is black.

**Members of Set B** contain a mixture of black and white elements, but the biggest element is white.

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Question 6.

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**Set B** – Regardless of which of these shapes is arguably bigger, they both have an odd number of sides.

The largest element of any member of Set A has an even number of sides.

The largest element of any member of Set B has an odd number of sides.

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Question 7.

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**Set A** – The crescent has two sides.

The largest element of any member of Set A has an even number of sides.

The largest element of any member of Set B has an odd number of sides.

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Question 8.

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**Set A** – The larger star has 12 sides.

The largest element of any member of Set A has an even number of sides.

The largest element of any member of Set B has an odd number of sides.

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Question 9.

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**Set A** – The cross has 12 sides.

The largest element of any member of Set A has an even number of sides.

The largest element of any member of Set B has an odd number of sides.

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Question 10.

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**Set B** – The black arrow has seven sides.

The largest element of any member of Set A has an even number of sides.

The largest element of any member of Set B has an odd number of sides.

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Question 11.

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**Set B** – The largest shape is the arrow, of which no smaller version is present.

Colour is irrelevant to this pattern.

**Members of Set A** contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

**Members of Set B** do not contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

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Question 12.

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**Set A** – The large diamond has four smaller, similar replicas – it doesn’t have to be just one, as numerous members of Set A demonstrate.

Colour is irrelevant to this pattern.

**Members of Set A** contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

**Members of Set B** do not contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

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Question 13.

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**Set B** – The circles are not similar (in the geometrical sense) to the oval.

Colour is irrelevant to this pattern.

**Members of Set A** contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

**Members of Set B** do not contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

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Question 14.

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**Set B** – The smaller triangles are not similar to the largest.

Colour is irrelevant to this pattern.

**Members of Set A** contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

**Members of Set B** do not contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

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**Set B** – Clearly, the S-shape has no smaller equivalent in the box.

Colour is irrelevant to this pattern.

**Members of Set A** contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

**Members of Set B** do not contain a smaller, similar version of their largest shape.

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Question 16.

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**Set A** – The large triangle sits predominantly on the right-hand side of the box.

This pattern relates size to position.

In members of Set A, the largest shape is predominantly on the right-hand side of the box.

In members of Set B, the largest shape is predominantly on the left-hand side of the box.

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Question 17.

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**C** – The large, central star is equally distributed between the left and right halves.

This pattern relates size to position.

In members of Set A, the largest shape is predominantly on the right-hand side of the box.

In members of Set B, the largest shape is predominantly on the left-hand side of the box.

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Question 18.

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**Set B** – The larger of the two diamonds is situated almost entirely in the left half of the box.

This pattern relates size to position.

In members of Set A, the largest shape is predominantly on the right-hand side of the box.

In members of Set B, the largest shape is predominantly on the left-hand side of the box.

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Question 19.

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**Set B** – The pentagon sits almost entirely in the left half of the box.

This pattern relates size to position.

In members of Set A, the largest shape is predominantly on the right-hand side of the box.

In members of Set B, the largest shape is predominantly on the left-hand side of the box.

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Question 20.

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**C** – The oval is situated centrally.

This pattern relates size to position.

In members of Set A, the largest shape is predominantly on the right-hand side of the box.

In members of Set B, the largest shape is predominantly on the left-hand side of the box.

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Question 21.

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**Set A** – The circle is the largest shape.

Set A: the biggest element has at least one curved side.

Set B: the biggest element has only straight sides.

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Question 22.

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**Set A** – The semicircle is the largest shape.

Set A: the biggest element has at least one curved side.

Set B: the biggest element has only straight sides.

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Question 23.

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**Set B** – The rectangle is the largest shape.

Set A: the biggest element has at least one curved side.

Set B: the biggest element has only straight sides.

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Question 24.

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**Set A** – The arc is the largest shape.

Set A: the biggest element has at least one curved side.

Set B: the biggest element has only straight sides.

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Question 25.

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**Set B** – Regardless of size, the only shape present is a straight-edged star.

Set A: the biggest element has at least one curved side.

Set B: the biggest element has only straight sides.

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