Psychometric Training

Progressive Matrices Test

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The Progressive Matrices test, created by Dr. John C. Raven in 1938, is a test of abstract reasoning for measuring general intelligence, intellectual ability and general mental ability. It is a culturally-fair (the level of education is not decisive for implementation), non-verbal (applies to anyone regardless of language, education and verbal ability ), interesting and easy test.

This test measures a key component of intelligence: The eductive ability or the ability to extract and understand information from a complex situation, the ability to perceive, and the ability to identify relationships. It is a standardized intelligence test that consists of visually presented, geometric-analogy-like problems in which a matrix of geometric figures is presented with one entry missing, and the correct missing entry must be selected from a set of answer choices.

The test is composed of 60 problems, arranged in five sets of twelve problems, which are ordered in terms of difficulty:

  • The first series require precision in the discrimination.
  • The second series are more difficult, since they cover analogies, permutations and alteration of the model.
  • Latest series are logical relationships.

To train with this type of tests, we provide 12 questionnaires similar to the Raven's test, one of which coincides with it. Each questionnaires has 60 questions and should be answered in 40 minutes.

Each geometric figure is a matrix of a system of thinking. To find the matrix of thinking involved in each figure, you must use your analogical reasoning, perception and the ability of abstraction. The completion of the matrix is performed through multiple selection between a number of 6 or 8 possible responses.

progressive matrices test

The above figure shows an example of one of these problems. The third drawing of each row can be made by superimposing the two previous drawings, but erasing common lines. Using this reasoning, we can conclude that the solution is the option 8.

If you wish, in the training mode you can see the solution by clicking on the button located on the top right of each question. Sometimes further information about the logic used is provided .

Questionnaires cannot be selected, they will come out continuously and periodically whenever you request a test.

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