The following mini quiz will give you an idea of your skills relating to a NT police entrance exam assessment.
This test includes a sample of abstract reasoning, numeracy and literacy questions.
This test is timed, so that you can practice answering questions under a time pressure.
You will have 10 minutes to answer 20 questions.
Please note you can click the SKIP BUTTON on a question and come back to it later if you want to make sure you answer all the questions you can FIRST, then go back and try the tricky ones if you have time.
(Simply click the number of a previous question to go back to it)
Remember there is no penalty for a wrong answer so it is a good idea to at least attempt each question.
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Which image continues the top sequence?
The images on the top row are alike in some way. Which image on the second row is most like them?
Part of the following pattern, marked with a ?, is missing.
Which of the alternatives A, B, C or D (to the right of the pattern), best fits in this position?
Part of the following pattern, marked with a ?, is missing.
Which of the alternatives A, B, C or D (to the right of the pattern), best fits in this position?
The four shapes in the top row form a sequence going from left to right.
Which of the four alternatives from the second row (A, B, C and D) would most logically come next in the sequence?
100 – 62 = ?
7 x 45 – 29 = ?
1 / 3 + 3 / 2 = ?
5 x 9 + 12 = ?
What is 70% of 43 – 13?
Alan goes to the cinema with his wife and three children: Alice, 16; Matias, 12 and Jackie, 5. Because it’s the “Women’s Night Out”, the mother and daughters get a 25% discount for their tickets.
Given the list of prices below, how much did they eventually spend on the tickets?
Adult: $16
Student: $12
Child (under 14): $10
Child (under 6): $8
The distance between two railway stations is 120 km. A train leaves station A and travels at a constant speed of 60 km/h towards station B. Another train travels in opposite direction, from station B to A, at 40 km/h.
If both trains leave their stations at the same time, at what distance from station A will they meet?
On the second semester of the school year, Kayla got 78, 85, 93 and 80 points in her maths tests. At the end of the semester, she obtained 88 points in the term paper.
The test scores make 75% of the final grade, while the term paper is worth 25%.
What is Kayla’s final maths grade for that semester?
Two fishermen catch fish all night. In the morning, one of them gives the other 16 fish – half of his total catch – so that they can go home with an equal number of fish.
How many fish did each of them catch?
At the school cafeteria, Jules wants to order one piece of fruit, one cereal bar and one drink. If he intends to spend exactly $19, what combination will he order, given the list of prices below?
kiwi fruit $2 granola bar $8 orange juice $3
apple $1 wheat bar $5 green tea $4
banana $3 rice rolls $6 coke $5
mango $4 cereal & chocolate bar $10 lemon water $2
Break is to Shift, as Minute is to:
Which of the words below is similar in meaning to “gossamer”?
Which two statements below prove that Tina doesn’t like cats?
Choose the grammatically correct option to fill in the blank space in this sentence:
“Making it to the bus terminal before noon will give you the _____ to do some shopping.”
Identify the option with the CORRECT spelling to complete the sentence given below.
“The____________ took his sheep and goats to graze on the mountains.”