# Data Interpretation, Numerical Reasoning & Spatial Reasoning Test

The Data Interpretation, Numerical Reasoning & Spatial Reasoning Test uses scenario-based MCQs to evaluate candidates on their ability to analyze and interpret data, reason logically and quantitatively, and visualize and manipulate 2D and 3D spatial relationships. The test assesses candidates' understanding of topics such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, graphs and charts, statistical analysis, pattern recognition, and mental rotation. Candidates are evaluated on their ability to read and analyze data presented in various forms, such as tables and charts, and draw meaningful conclusions from it.

## Screen candidates with a 30 mins test

Test duration:  30 mins
Difficulty level:  Moderate
Questions:
• 5 Data Interpretation MCQs
• 5 Numerical Reasoning MCQs
• 5 Spatial Reasoning MCQs
Covered skills:
Data Analysis
Interpreting Graphs and Tables
Drawing inferences
Numerical Reasoning
Spatial Analysis
Object and Space Perception

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The Data Interpretation, Numerical Reasoning & Spatial Reasoning Test helps recruiters and hiring managers identify qualified candidates from a pool of resumes, and helps in taking objective hiring decisions. It reduces the administrative overhead of interviewing too many candidates and saves time by filtering out unqualified candidates at the first step of the hiring process.

The test screens for the following skills that hiring managers look for in candidates:

• Analyzing and interpreting data to draw conclusions
• Solving numerical problems using logic and reasoning
• Understanding and interpreting spatial relationships
• Identifying trends and patterns in data
• Making accurate and precise calculations
• Recognizing and understanding visual representations of data
• Extracting information from graphs and tables
• Making inferences based on given information
• Applying critical thinking to numerical problems
• Analyzing and interpreting spatial patterns
• Understanding object and space perception
• Relating numerical information to real-world scenarios
• Visualizing and manipulating spatial objects
• Drawing logical conclusions from presented data
• Applying mathematical concepts to real-life situations
• Recognizing and interpreting data relationships
• Inferring missing information from given data
• Interpreting and analyzing numerical trends
• Identifying similarities and differences in spatial objects
• Applying mathematical operations to solve problems
• Making accurate estimations and approximations
• Interpreting and comparing data sets
• Identifying and understanding data outliers
• Recognizing and understanding spatial patterns
• Analyzing and interpreting graphical representations
• Using quantitative reasoning to solve problems
• Recognizing and understanding visual perspectives
• Applying logical reasoning to numerical scenarios
• Identifying and understanding spatial configurations
• Inferring probable outcomes based on given information
• Applying statistical concepts to analyze data
• Visualizing and manipulating objects in space
• Understanding and using numerical measures
• Identifying and evaluating trends in data
• Recognizing and understanding different geometrical shapes
• Applying deductive reasoning to solve numerical puzzles
• Analyzing and interpreting data distributions
• Understanding and applying spatial transformations
• Recognizing and understanding data variances
• Applying logical decision-making to solve spatial problems
• Analyzing and interpreting data relationships in real-world scenarios
• Utilizing numerical data to make informed decisions
• Understanding and analyzing proportions in data
• Identifying and evaluating relationships between spatial objects
• Applying mathematical formulas to solve numerical problems
• Recognizing and understanding data representations
• Applying problem-solving techniques to spatial scenarios
• Interpreting and analyzing statistical data
• Identifying and understanding spatial symmetries
• Inferring and interpreting numerical patterns
• Utilizing measurement units and conversions
• Recognizing and understanding data trends
• Applying logical reasoning to spatial arrangements
• Analyzing and interpreting data from multiple sources

## Screen candidates with the highest quality questions

We have a very high focus on the quality of questions that test for on-the-job skills. Every question is non-googleable and we have a very high bar for the level of subject matter experts we onboard to create these questions. We have crawlers to check if any of the questions are leaked online. If/ when a question gets leaked, we get an alert. We change the question for you & let you know.

How we design questions

These are just a small sample from our library of 15,000+ questions. The actual questions on this Data Interpretation, Numerical Reasoning & Spatial Reasoning Test will be non-googleable.

π§ Question

Medium

Dividends
Financial Analysis
Percentage and Average Calculations
Solve
`Consider the following line chart which shows the money invested by a company in production each year and the sales made by the company each year. If the pie chart shows the shareholding pattern of the company and the company gives 10% of the profit as dividends to its share holders then what is the average dividend received by retail investors from 2000 to 2004?`

Medium

Laptop Brands
Proportions and Percentages
Financial Reasoning
Solve
`Given below is the list of laptop brands and their details in which some data is missing. If the cost price of Dell is 3/5 of the cost price of Lenovo, then what will be the %profit of Dell?`

Hard

Median
Trend Analysis
Statistical Reasoning
Solve
` Consider the following line chart which shows the sales of five different companies from 2000 to 2009. Which of the following companies has the maximum percentage increase in the median from 2000 to 2004 and 2005 to 2009.`

Medium

Increasing monthly gross profit
Percentage Calculations
Solve
`The CEO of Snipr. Inc wants to grow monthly gross profit by 4%. If costs stay the same, what does the sales turnover need to be in February to achieve this goal?`

Hard

Magic bag
Arithmetic Sequences
Solve
`Alexβs uncle is a magician who gave them a magic bag in which coins get doubled each time you put those coins into it. Initially, Alex had few coins with them. So, Alex put all the coins, and the coins got doubled. Alex took out all the coins and gave a few to their friend and then again put the remaining coins back in the bag. The coins doubled again; Alex took out all the coins again and gave a few coins to their second friend. Alex then put the remaining coins in the bag and the coins doubled again. Alex took out all the coins and gave a few coins to their third friend. `
`There were no coins left with Alex when Alex gave coins to the third friend and Alex gave an equal number of coins to each friend. What is the minimum number of coins Alex had initially and how much did Alex give to each friend?`
```A: Started with 3 coins
B: Started with 5 coins
C: Started with 6 coins
D: Started with 7 coins
E: Started with 9 coins
F: Gave 3 coins in every turn
G: Gave 4 coins in every turn
H: Gave 5 coins in every turn
I: Gave 7 coins in every turn
J: Gave 8 coins in every turn
K: Gave 9 coins in every turn```

Medium

Three Clocks
Time Calculations
Solve
`In my house, there are three clocks of different shapes β a round clock, a square clock, and a rhombus clock. The rhombus clock is always accurate whereas the round clock gains 2 minutes every day and the square clock loses 2 minutes every day. I checked the clocks on July 22nd, 2007 at 10 PM, and they were showing different times.`
`Two hours later, when I checked, the clocks were showing the same time, then on which date will all three clocks show the same time again?`
```A: 17 July 2008
B: 23 Sep 2007
C: 25 July 2009
D: 19 Aug 2008
E: 26 July 2008
F: 28 Nov 2007
G: 11 June 2008
H: 15 Aug 2007```

Easy

Assemble Triangle
Visual assembly
Geometric Reasoning
Solve
`Which of the following set of shapes can be assembled to create the shape displayed:`

Easy

Odd One Out
Pattern recognition
Solve
`Shown below is a group of 4 objects, which might be rotated in different directions. One of the 4 objects is different from the other 3 in some way. Can you figure out which one?`

Medium

Four Blocks
Direction sense
Logical movement
Solve
`The city has been divided into 4 blocks. Block 1 in the north and Block 4 in the east of the city.`
```A postman, who delivers the letter in the city is standing at the intersection of the two lines. The postman travels the city in the following order:

1. North-West 20 steps
2. South-West 30 steps
3. South-East 40 steps
4. North-East 50 steps
5. North-West 15 steps ```
```Now, find the location where the postman is standing?
A: Block 3
B: Block 2
C: Block 4
D: Block 1
E: On the line intersecting Block 1 and Block 4
F: On the line intersecting Block 3 and Block 4```
π§ Questionπ§ Skill

Medium

Dividends
Financial Analysis
Percentage and Average Calculations

3 mins

Data Interpretation
Solve

Medium

Laptop Brands
Proportions and Percentages
Financial Reasoning

2 mins

Data Interpretation
Solve

Hard

Median
Trend Analysis
Statistical Reasoning

3 mins

Data Interpretation
Solve

Medium

Increasing monthly gross profit
Percentage Calculations

2 mins

Numerical Reasoning
Solve

Hard

Magic bag
Arithmetic Sequences

3 mins

Numerical Reasoning
Solve

Medium

Three Clocks
Time Calculations

3 mins

Numerical Reasoning
Solve

Easy

Assemble Triangle
Visual assembly
Geometric Reasoning

2 mins

Spatial Reasoning
Solve

Easy

Odd One Out
Pattern recognition

2 mins

Spatial Reasoning
Solve

Medium

Four Blocks
Direction sense
Logical movement

2 mins

Spatial Reasoning
Solve
π§ Questionπ§ Skillπͺ Difficultyβ Time
Dividends
Financial Analysis
Percentage and Average Calculations
Data Interpretation
Medium3 mins
Solve
Laptop Brands
Proportions and Percentages
Financial Reasoning
Data Interpretation
Medium2 mins
Solve
Median
Trend Analysis
Statistical Reasoning
Data Interpretation
Hard3 mins
Solve
Increasing monthly gross profit
Percentage Calculations
Numerical Reasoning
Medium2 mins
Solve
Magic bag
Arithmetic Sequences
Numerical Reasoning
Hard3 mins
Solve
Three Clocks
Time Calculations
Numerical Reasoning
Medium3 mins
Solve
Assemble Triangle
Visual assembly
Geometric Reasoning
Spatial Reasoning
Easy2 mins
Solve
Odd One Out
Pattern recognition
Spatial Reasoning
Easy2 mins
Solve
Four Blocks
Direction sense
Logical movement
Spatial Reasoning
Medium2 mins
Solve

## Test candidates on core Data Interpretation, Numerical Reasoning & Spatial Reasoning Hiring Test topics

Data Analysis: Data analysis involves inspecting, cleaning, transforming, and modeling data to uncover meaningful patterns, draw conclusions, and support decision-making processes. Measuring this skill in the test allows recruiters to assess a candidate's ability to analyze and make sense of complex information, which is crucial in various roles that require data-driven decision making.

Interpreting Graphs and Tables: Interpreting graphs and tables involves understanding the information presented visually and extracting relevant insights. By measuring this skill, recruiters can evaluate a candidate's proficiency in reading and comprehending visual data representations, which is essential for roles that involve working with large datasets and making data-driven recommendations.

Drawing Inferences: Drawing inferences involves using available information to make educated guesses or conclusions. By assessing this skill, recruiters can gain insights into a candidate's logical reasoning abilities and their capability to make informed decisions based on limited or incomplete data, which is valuable in roles that require critical thinking and problem-solving.

Numerical Reasoning: Numerical reasoning involves analyzing and solving problems using numerical data and quantitative techniques. By measuring this skill, recruiters can evaluate a candidate's mathematical aptitude, logical thinking, and ability to draw accurate conclusions from numerical information, which is essential in roles that involve financial analysis, budgeting, or statistical analysis.

Spatial Analysis: Spatial analysis involves understanding and interpreting data in relation to its geographical or spatial context. Evaluating this skill allows recruiters to assess a candidate's ability to analyze geographic patterns, identify relationships between spatial data, and draw meaningful insights for roles that require spatial reasoning, such as urban planning, logistics, or geospatial data analysis.

Object and Space Perception: Object and space perception refers to the ability to accurately perceive and interpret visual information about objects and their spatial relationships. By measuring this skill, recruiters can assess a candidate's visual acuity, attention to detail, and aptitude for understanding spatial arrangements, which is important in various roles that involve design, architecture, engineering, or visual problem solving.

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