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Graduate Standardization Examination

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The GSE practice tests combines both the numerical assessment and the verbal assessment for better approach to simulating the actual test environment.

  • 40 Practice Questions 40 Questions Per Session 40 Minutes Duration
CIS Professional Diploma Practice Test

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  • 120 Practice Questions 120 Questions Per Session 180 Minutes Duration
Undergraduate Scholarship Preparatory Assessment A

Dear Scholar,

This is a preparatory exam for merit based undergraduate scholarships.

Test taker will be exposed to:

 

A.   English and Verbal Reasoning:

These items consist of question cases such as sentence completion and analogies, short comprehensions. It measures a person’s ability to understand verbal information, accurately draw logical conclusions and convey information to others in a clear and simple manner. The score attained demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Read and comprehend written passages of text
  • Understand individual word meanings
  • Evaluate competing statements
  • Understand underlying inferences
  • Make correct judgments based on given tasks


B.   Mathematics and Numeric Reasoning:

This measures the ability to deal with numerical information in a variety of formats. Candidates are presented with a short scenario followed by four questions which get progressively more difficult. Test items include tables, bar charts, records, inventories, and statistical data common for daily judgments. The score attained, demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Comprehend graphs, tables and charts
  • Make inferences from numerical data
  • Compare contrasting numerical data
  • Evaluate quantities to arrive at a correct judgment


For better results we encourage you to attempt all questions

 

  • 30 Practice Questions 30 Questions Per Session 30 Minutes Duration
Undergraduate Scholarship Preparatory Assessment B

Dear Scholar,

This is a preparatory exam for merit based undergraduate scholarships.

Test taker will be exposed to:

 

A.   English and Verbal Reasoning:

These items consist of question cases such as sentence completion and analogies, short comprehensions. It measures a person’s ability to understand verbal information, accurately draw logical conclusions and convey information to others in a clear and simple manner. The score attained demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Read and comprehend written passages of text
  • Understand individual word meanings
  • Evaluate competing statements
  • Understand underlying inferences
  • Make correct judgments based on given tasks


B.   Mathematics and Numeric Reasoning:

This measures the ability to deal with numerical information in a variety of formats. Candidates are presented with a short scenario followed by four questions which get progressively more difficult. Test items include tables, bar charts, records, inventories, and statistical data common for daily judgments. The score attained, demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Comprehend graphs, tables and charts
  • Make inferences from numerical data
  • Compare contrasting numerical data
  • Evaluate quantities to arrive at a correct judgment


For better results we encourage you to attempt all questions

 

  • 30 Practice Questions 30 Questions Per Session 30 Minutes Duration
Undergraduate Scholarship Preparatory Assessment C

Dear Scholar,

This is a preparatory exam for merit based undergraduate scholarships.

Test taker will be exposed to:

 

A.   English and Verbal Reasoning:

These items consist of question cases such as sentence completion and analogies, short comprehensions. It measures a person’s ability to understand verbal information, accurately draw logical conclusions and convey information to others in a clear and simple manner. The score attained demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Read and comprehend written passages of text
  • Understand individual word meanings
  • Evaluate competing statements
  • Understand underlying inferences
  • Make correct judgments based on given tasks


B.   Mathematics and Numeric Reasoning:

This measures the ability to deal with numerical information in a variety of formats. Candidates are presented with a short scenario followed by four questions which get progressively more difficult. Test items include tables, bar charts, records, inventories, and statistical data common for daily judgments. The score attained, demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Comprehend graphs, tables and charts
  • Make inferences from numerical data
  • Compare contrasting numerical data
  • Evaluate quantities to arrive at a correct judgment


For better results we encourage you to attempt all questions

  • 30 Practice Questions 30 Questions Per Session 30 Minutes Duration
Pan Atlantic University Assessment

Dear Scholar,

This is a preparatory exam for merit based post UTME Exams.

Test taker will be exposed to:

 

A.   English and Verbal Reasoning:

These items consist of question cases such as sentence completion and analogies, short comprehensions. It measures a person’s ability to understand verbal information, accurately draw logical conclusions and convey information to others in a clear and simple manner. The score attained demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Read and comprehend written passages of text
  • Understand individual word meanings
  • Evaluate competing statements
  • Understand underlying inferences
  • Make correct judgments based on given tasks

B.   Mathematics and Numeric Reasoning:

This measures the ability to deal with numerical information in a variety of formats. Candidates are presented with a short scenario followed by four questions which get progressively more difficult. Test items include tables, bar charts, records, inventories, and statistical data common for daily judgments. The score attained, demonstrates the person’s ability to:

  • Comprehend graphs, tables and charts
  • Make inferences from numerical data
  • Compare contrasting numerical data
  • Evaluate quantities to arrive at a correct judgment

For better results we encourage you to attempt all questions

  • 45 Practice Questions 45 Questions Per Session 40 Minutes Duration
CIS Professional Examination Level 1

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  • 234 Practice Questions 234 Questions Per Session 720 Minutes Duration