The Logical Reasoning test assesses candidates' ability to make a good conclusion based on given preconditions.

It's an ideal test for pre-employment screening. The majority of todays office-based jobs require thoughtful, logical decisions, as well as the ability to rationalize them. The ability to avoid logical fallacies when deciding is one of the key distinctions between an excellent and an average employee.

This test requires candidates to select valid conclusions based on given preconditions.

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Album Sales


Logical Reasoning Zero-sum thinking Public

An eagerly awaited new album has been leaked several hours before its official release. Listeners are now able to download the album for free.

How will this affect album sales?

Horse Race


Logical Reasoning Appeal to probability Public

Dan put a large bet on a horse. However, a day before the race, the horse was injured.

Select which of the following statements are true:

(Select all acceptable answers.)



Logical Reasoning Attribute substitution Public

A postcard and a stamp together cost $1.50. The postcard costs one dollar more than the stamp.

How much does the stamp cost?

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Logical Reasoning Fallacy of the undistributed middle Non-independent events Attribute substitution Double counting Gambler's fallacy Correlation and causation Affirming a disjunct Deductive logic Fallacy of division Set theory Affirming the consequent Circular reasoning Fallacy of composition Conjunction fallacy Illicit major Masked-man fallacy Existential fallacy Modal Fallacy Fallacy of exclusive premises Argument from fallacy
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