• The reasoning ability/rationality test aims to probe (1) one's ability with reasoning; and (2) one's attitude toward reason (rationality). The test does not have any particular scientific backing, but it ought to give a reasonably good insight into a person's attitude towards and ability with logic. The more questions that you answer the better: the test will often assume that you are irrational and/or dimwitted if you skip questions!

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