Universal Cognitive Aptitude Test (UCAT)
The Universal Cognitive Aptitude Test (UCAT) is a pre-employment aptitude test that measures general aptitude, which includes the ability to solve problems, digest and apply information, learn new skills, and think critically. As a language-independent test, the UCAT does not test verbal ability, making it easily translatable and ideal for international use. The UCAT consists of 40 items with a 20 minute time limit.
Sample UCAT Questions:
1. A city has a population of 1300. If the city’s population grows 30%, what is its new population?
2. How many of the four pictures in the left hand column are exactly the same as the corresponding picture in the right hand column?