FREE PI Cognitive Assessment Practice Questions and Answers
In miles, distance is. According to mass:
Distance is expressed in miles. Mass is measured in kilograms.
What is affability's opposite?
If you are friendly, you are approachable and easy to talk to. "Impoliteness" is the contrary, thus.
What would the temperature be at 35,000 feet if the temperature dropped by 2 degrees for every 1,000 feet of increasing altitude and the temperature at sea level was 25 degrees?
To determine the number of increments of temperature reduction, divide 35,000 by 1000:
35,000 divided by 1,000 = 35
Now multiply 35 by 2 to find the number of total degrees of decrease:
35 x 2 = 70 degrees
Then subtract 70 degrees from 25 degrees at sea level:
25 - 70 = -45 degrees
To finish the sequence, find the following numbers: 1.5,2,3, 4.5, 6.5, ?, ?, ?,
To find the next number in the series, add 0.5 and then increase by 0.5 each time. So, starting with 0.5, moving on to 1, 1.5, 2, then 2.5, and so forth
1.5 + 0.5 =2
2 + 1 = 3
3 + 1.5 = 4.5
4.5 + 2 = 6.5
6.5 + 2.5 = 9
9 + 3 =12
12 + 3.5 =15.5
The value of which of the following is the lowest?
Let's think about one choice at a time:
1/3 + 3/6:
1/3 is the same as 2/6, making it easier to add the fractions:
2/6 + 3/6 = 5/6
4/2 - 3/6:
3/6 is the same as 1/2, making it easier to subtract the fractions:
4/2 - 1/2 = 3/2, or 1.5
1 - 1/10:
1 - 1/10 = 9/10
3 - 10/5:
10/5 is the same as 2, so:
3 - 2 = 1
We can see that the lowest value is 5/6, so the correct answer is: 1/3 + 3/6.
At the bar, the ten pals each ordered one drink.
Beer was ordered by half of them.
A number of them placed a wine glass order.
One made a gin and tonic purchase.
A non-alcoholic beverage was consumed by those who chose not to drink a gin and tonic, a glass of wine, or a beer.
One customer placed a non-alcoholic beverage order.
What is the conclusion based on the evidence?
A. The evidence shows that the conclusion is true;
B. The evidence shows that the conclusion is false.
C. The evidence is insufficient to support or refute the conclusion.
Ten pals placed a drink order. Five of them, or fifty percent, ordered beers.
There are still five pals. We are aware of one friend's gin and tonic request. There are still four pals.
We are aware that a handful of them placed a wine glass order.
But how little is a lot? It might be three, but there must be at least two.
We cannot determine how many of the friends drank non-alcoholic beverages because we are unsure of how many ordered wine.
The two figures at the top share a common feature. One of the answer figures lacks the same characteristic.
Which figure doesn't have the same trait as the others?
All things share the property that they are made up of two circles and a semicircle. A semicircle is missing from Option B.