• You should answer “true” or “false” by selecting the appropriate option. Mark the last answer or “uncertain” only when it is impossible to say “true” or “false”.
  • Give only answers that are true for you. Do not spend too much time on any one question.
Example 1
One can say that I am pretty 'choosy' in picking up friends.
True False Uncertain
Example 2
I would like to go for swimming in a very daring swimsuit.
True False Uncertain
Example 3
People say I am impatient
True False Uncertain
  • In this test you will see a word with parts of letters not visible. This “partly visible” word is followed by five “jumbled” words.
  • First, use your imagination to figure out what the word is. Then find, among the five jumbled choices, that has the right letters to spell the word.
Listed below are two examples of test questions.
Example 1
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  • eshru
  • recsu
  • osher
  • roesc
  • rtose

The word is Score, you look at the five jumbled choices on and see which one contains the letters of the word score. The correct answer is roesc. So select the radio button next to it.

Example 2
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  • rldead
  • trlate
  • edtroo
  • urldde
  • urderd

The word is ladder, and the choice rldead contains all the letters of the word Ladder, so select the radio button next to it.

  • Each question in the test has five choices for answers given.
  • There are three examples listed below demonstrates the test. Choose the correct Answer.
Example 1
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If gear X is locked in its place, but can turn, and is turning in the direction of the arrow, which way is the Plate moving?
A
B
First A, then B
First B, then A
The plate isn't moving
The correct answer is A, since the plate woold move in the direction A. Therefore, you should have selected the radio button next to A.
Example 2
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Which is this tool?
Wrench
Pipe wrench
Scissors
Pliers
Clamp
The answer is Pliers, so you should select the radio button next to it.
Example 3
Any material that electricity will pass through is called a(n)
Insulator
Magnet
Transformer
Filament
Conductor
The answer is Conductor. Therefore, you should select the radio box next to it.
  • This test is made up of short number problems. Each problem is followed by five choices.
  • There are two examples listed below which demonstrates the test.
  • Use a piece of paper for rough work.
Example X
  • 41
  • +
  • 57
  • 88
  • +
  • 34
  • =
  • 231
  • 241
  • 153
  • 261
  • 243

The correct answer is 241. So you should select the radio button next to it.

Example Y
  • 1⁄4
  • +
  • 1⁄2
  • =
  • 1⁄8
  • 3⁄5
  • 3⁄4
  • 1⁄3
  • 1⁄2

The correct answer is 3⁄4, So you should select the radio button next to it.

Listed below are two examples of test questions. In each set of letters, four of the five sets follow a certain rule. One set does not.
Select the letters of the one set that does not follow the rule.
Example 1
  • BBLJ
  • TTRU
  • FWZP
  • XXBK
  • MMEO
  1. Here you see that in four of the sets, the first two letters are the same.
  2. However one of them (FWZP) this rule is not followed.
  3. So the correct answer to select in this example is FWZP
Example 2
  • ABCD
  • GHIJ
  • LMNO
  • QSRT
  • VWXY
  1. In four of these sets, the letter follow one another in alphabetical order.
  2. However, in one set QSRT, this is not followed, because the S and R are not in the right alphabetical order.
  3. Therefore, you should have picked QSRT
The test is made up of figures, and you have to imagine them in different positions. In each question there is a Sample Figure. To the right of it are the six test figures. Some of the Test Figures will be the same as the Sample Figure, but just turned “around”. These figures are to be marked S.
For example, here are some which are the Same:
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Some of the Test Figures will be reversed from the Sample Figure; that is, they will look like how the Sample Figure would look,if it were turned “over”. In some cases, the Test Figure will be turned “over”and turned “around”; other times it will just be turned “over”. These figures are to be marked R.
For example, here are some Test Figures that are Reversed.
test-figures
  • In the given example, there is a Sample Figure on the left and Six Test Figures on the right,
  • You need to look each one of the six Test Figures and Decide whether it is the Same - S or Reversed - R from the Sample Figure on the left.
  • The correct answers have been selected in the example for you.
  • sample
  • 1.
  • sample
  • 2.
  • sample
  • 3.
  • sample
  • 4.
  • sample
  • 5.
  • sample
  • 6.
  • sample
  • Notice that Test Figures 1, 4 and 6 are the same as the figures on the left. They are simply turned around.
  • Test Figure 2, 3 and 5 are reversed from the figure on the left.
PART 1
  • Part 1 has 15 questions.
  • You have 7 minutes to complete part 1.
  • A sample questions is given below, to help you understand what you to do.
    • 1. First look at the word given in the question.
    • 2. Then, from the five words given in the options, find the one that means the same thing as the word given in the question, and select it.
    Attempt:
    • hit
    • try
    • falter
    • walk
    • quarrel
    Since Attempt and try mean the same thing try is the correct answer. You should select the radio button before try.
    PART 2
  • Part 2 has 9 questions.
  • You have 5 minutes to complete this part.
  • A sample questions is given below, to help you understand what you to do.
    • 1. First read the proverb given in the question.
    • 2. Then, from the five sayings below it, find the one that means the same thing and select it.
    Let another's shipwreck be your guide at sea
    • one man’s meat is another man’s poison
    • ships fear fire more than water
    • wise men learn from other men’s mistakes
    • the worst things happen at sea
    • chart a careful course
    Since Let another's shipwreck be your guide at sea means the same thing as wise men learn from other men’s mistakes, you should select the radio button next to it.

    A sample question is shown below

    Are you interested to work in the field of soil sciences under agriculture?

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    Work may include
    • Researching on soil formation
    • Classification and management of soil
    • Understanding how soil interacts and affects living things
    • 1. Each question is a statement-picture quiz for the given career
    • 2. Each question also has supporting career ideas listed in bullets underneath it, matching the given Interests
    • 3. Select one out of the four given options: No Interest, Neutral, Fairly Interested, Very Interested