Mettl Test for Abstract Reasoning
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The Mettl Test for Abstract Reasoning (MTAR) measures the abstract reasoning ability of the test takers working in a variety of individual contributor or managerial roles. This test is suitable to be used in both recruitment and development settings. Abstract reasoning is defined as the ability to think laterally, examine problems in unique and unusual ways and make fresh connections between different concepts.
Responses to MTAR are scored based on how many correct options a respondent chooses. Each item answered correctly is awarded 1 mark and items answered incorrectly or not attempted are given a 0 (zero) mark. An individual’s overall score is an average of all items answered correctly. The scores are then converted into Sten scores, which bring these scores into a 10 point scale. A score of 1 indicates low performance and a score of 10 indicates high performance.
Abstract Reasoning Score:
Values shown in above chart are sten scores
1. Abstract Reasoning
• Think broadly about the nature of the problem before starting to solve a problem in a new and creative way.
• Think creatively which requires looking at a problem from all the directions and not just relying on past experiences.
• Use different approach each time you're in a new situation. Jot down the learning and apply the same in future.
Suggested Activities/ Tasks
• Try to connect the unknown facts to the known ones to make a quick understanding of the new concepts.
• Focus on the relevant details as It helps to improve your working memory over time.
•Look for deeper meaning or underlying patterns in issues and try to relate with broader picture.
•Try to develop to use metaphors and analogies while thinking about an issue. Also use figurative language like similes and metaphors during thinking and writing both.
•Use 3D, visual, and word puzzles as it helps you to think differently and logically.
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