Number sequences test practice for aptitude tests and psychometric IQ tests. Below are 3 tests with number sequence problems of increasing difficulty. Number sequences are regularly used in aptitude tests, psychometric assessments and IQ-tests as an indication for the testee’s ability to reason with numbers. They are given as finite sequences of numbers in certain patterns. To solve them, all you have to do is figure out the pattern and come up with the next logical number of the sequence. Sounds easy? Study the example below and try the tests for yourself! If you need more in formation see our number sequences general information page.
Number sequences test example:
The answer to this number sequence is 8 and it is known as the Fibonacci sequence. The Fibonacci sequence is without a doubt the most famous number sequence in the world. Add up the last 2 numbers to find the next number (e.g. 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8). This sequence occurs in nature everywhere, from seashells to galaxies. It’s mind blowing to think that It was first described in the book Liber Abaci by Leonardo of Pisa, also known as Fibonacci.
Click on a difficulty level below to start a test. Firstly the easy test consists of 8 easy questions. Next the medium test contains 13 questions of average difficulty. Lastly the hard test contains 21 difficult questions and beware they are known as some of the hardest number sequences on the internet. Can you solve them all? Good luck!Practice the numerical reasoning tests used by employers at JobTestPrep.
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