# FREE Hogan Cognitive Ability Question and Answers

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#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: The grey square goes 1 square counterclockwise around the perimeter of the image with each step, and when the two squares line up, it disappears behind the black square.
Rule 2: The little circle, which begins behind the black square, moves one square from left to right before dropping the row and starting over to the left of the figure.
Rule 3: The black square will rotate the figure's edge 3 squares clockwise with each step.

#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: The scale is straight, then it is entirely tipped to the left, then to the right, and then it is fully tipped back to straight. The sequence then repeats.
Rule 2: The triangle and circle are lighter than the square. The weight of the triangle and circle is equal.

#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: Every time, the square shifts one space to the left.
Rule 2: Every time, the circle shifts one space to the right.
Rule 3: The shades and outlines of both shapes alternate.

#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: The shapes' sizes alternate between medium, large, and small, then they repeat.
Rule 2: The arrow changes from being present to being absent.

#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: The shapes rotate one corner clockwise every time.
Rule 2: Triangles and circles are alternately used as shapes.

#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: The triangle's size alternates between big, medium, and small, and then it is repeated.
Rule 2: The top left and top right corners alternately serve as the location of the circle.
Rule 3: The circle's shading and opacity change in turn.

#### Which box follows the other in the order? Correct! Wrong!

Explanation:
Rule 1: The shaded square circles the square in a clockwise direction.
Rule 2: Each step, the unshaded square inside the thin square rotates counterclockwise.
Rule 3: In Figure 1, the circle (which begins behind the shaded square) advances counterclockwise at each turn and vanishes behind the square when the two points coincide.

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