Spatial Ability Practice Questions
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The only way to study for spatial ability questions is to practice and get used to the format. Spatial ability questions test your perception, not facts that you have memorized.
Spatial reasoning is the ability to understand and manipulate visual information your mind. This includes the ability to mentally visualize objects and their relationships in space, and understand how they move and interact with each other.
Spatial reasoning and visual acuity are often tested through questions that require you to mentally rotate a 3D object and identify the resulting shape.
1. When the two longest sides touch what will the shape be?
2. When folded, what pattern is possible?
3. When folded into a loop, what will the strip of paper look like?
4. Which of the choices is the same pattern at a different angle?
5. When put together, what 3-dimensional shape will you get?
There is some confusion about this question. Viewed from the it will still have a flat top (Choice D). If the longest came to a , then when the 2 sides touch, it would be a cone (Choice C).