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# Non-Verbal Construction of Squares Online Test 3

 Test Name Non-Verbal Construction of Squares Test Subject Aptitude Advance Test Type Mcqs Total Question 7 Total Marks 14 Total Time 7 Test Help For All Admission Test All Jobs Test Quantitative Reasoning Analytical Reasoning Intelligence Test IQ Test

Non-Verbal Reasoning construction of Squares & Triangles Aptitude Questions and Answers with solutions and Explanations for Bank PO, UPSC, CSAT, MBA being given here.We have largest database of free practice questions on Non Verbal Shape Construction contains the symbols, dot, circle, triangle, square, cross and arrow.Non-verbal materials such as these triangles are clearly useful for constructing sequences.Squares and Triangle is one of the most interesting topic comes under Non Verbal reasoning section of the competitive examination. Just follow the online questions answers practice session test given below.

## Aptitude

1. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 1 of 7

2. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 2 of 7

3. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 3 of 7

4. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 4 of 7

5. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 5 of 7

6. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 6 of 7

7. A set of five figures is given and you are required to select a combination of three figures which when fitted into each other, would form a complete square. Question 7 of 7

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