Share job assessment questions; I'll answer them!

Have you answered job assessment test questions lately that stumped you or that you thought were particularly strange? 

Send me the question via the Contact tab or info@wiseru.com and I will share how to answer it. If I can't figure out how to answer it myself, I will ask people who are waaaaay better at math and logic than I am to determine the answer. 

So what kind of questions do I mean? Quirky questions like ... 

Which would you rather be: A) Bald or B) Fat? Answer: A) Bald because the alternative could infer that you don't care about your health.

Or, logic questions, like ...


assessment test question
Option 2 follows the 90% rotation pattern and the addition of a longer bar on the outside.

Or, perhaps a math question that was particularly tough for you to answer.

I'll feature a variety of the questions (tweaking them so that I'm not giving the exact answer to a proprietary test) and the right answers in a future blog post, plus I will share the reasons why the answers are correct -- that way, you'll have a better understanding of how to answer such questions in the future. Thanks, Kathy

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