University of Cambridge
This is a numeric ability quiz. There are either 30 or 35 questions in total. Try solving each of the them using simple arithmetics and logical thinking skills!
The item types are categorized into 4 main stages proposed by the model of hierarchical complexity theory, with an integrated view of Piagetís cognitive developmental model. We built the ANIG item models based on the later two stages of Piagetís model, which emphasises on logical understanding and pattern recognition about concrete objects and abstract propositions. The item types specify skills of gradually complexity, with each skill level being built on the preceding level.
At the end of the quiz you will be given your score.
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Commons, M.L., & Miller, P.A. (2001). A quantitative behavioral model of developmental stage based upon hierarchical complexity theory. Behavior Analyst Today, 2(3), 222Ė240.