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Syllogisms Aptitude Test

Practice syllogisms for psychometric aptitude tests. In general, these tests are also known as deductive reasoning tests and are used in psychometric assessments to determine your logical reasoning ability. On the bottom of this page are three tests with syllogisms with an increasing difficulty. For additional information, please read the general introduction about syllogisms. Below follows an example.

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1. A car is no boat.
2. Some boats are water bicycles

A. No boat is a water bicycle
B. Some water bicycles are no cars
C. No boat is a car
D. Some cars ware no water bicycles

Syllogism example explained using a venn diagram

The correct answer of this syllogism is B: some water bicycles are no cars. A useful tool for solving syllogisms is a Venn Diagram. The Venn diagram for this example syllogism is shown above. Venn diagrams enable simple relations between the different statements to results in a valid conclusion of the syllogism. For more information check our Venn diagram page. If you want to know about the history of syllogisms and logic please check history of logic

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