About the Spatial Reasoning Test (Intermediate)
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Spatial reasoning is considered to be one of the most basic reasoning abilities that correlates to cognitive aptitude or general intelligence. It is a set of abilities that includes perceiving the visual world, altering the perception and recreating the visual experience. This type of skill relates to the ability to "manage" colors, lines, shapes, space, and the relationship between them. Spatial reasoning abilities are classified into four types: spatial visualization, mental folding, and mental rotation.
Testinvite Talent Spatial Reasoning Test evaluates the ability to process, visualize, and draw conclusions about objects in 2-dimension and 3-dimension. The test covers spatial visualization, mental folding, and mental rotation skills. Spatial reasoning questions on the test require candidates to visually manipulate shapes and to pick up on spatial patterns.
In its broadest definition, spatial reasoning refers to a process of visualizing. When chemists think of a molecule in three dimensions or architects and engineers begin designing a building, spatial reasoning is used. Advanced spatial reasoning ability is favorable especially in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Testinvite Talent Spatial Reasoning Test can be used to hire mechanical engineers, chemical engineers, researchers, designers, architects, and other STEM-related jobs, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
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Spatial reasoning tests are designed to measure the ability to process, visualize, and draw conclusions about objects in 2-dimension and 3-dimension. Spatial reasoning tests cover spatial visualization, mental folding, and mental rotation skills.