Inductive reasoning is a regular part of aptitude tests. Preparing for an inductive reasoning test involves answering as many practice tests as you can to train your eyes in spotting hidden patterns. The best strategy, therefore, is to identify a pattern in the first two or three figures and validate your theory by checking if the same pattern continues in the next figures. There are three types of a pattern you should watch out for—movement, quantity, and size. When answering inductive reasoning questions, look for a movement pattern first. One or more elements of the figure may move either clockwise or counterclockwise.
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