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Test Partnership Critical Thinking

Test 1
Questions Booklet

Instructions
This test comprises 20 questions and you will have 40 seconds to answer each question.
For each question you will be presented with two premises and your task is to identify which
one conclusion from a series of 5 possible conclusions must be true based solely on those
premises.
Some premises may be congruent with reality; other premises may differ considerably from
reality and may appear to be quite abstract, but must still be treated as fact during the test.
Try to find a time and place where you will not be interrupted during the test. The test will
begin on the next page.

No mammals are fish. No mammals are plants.


Q1

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All plants are fish


No plants are fish
Some plants are fish
Some plants are not fish
No valid conclusion

All articles are opinions. Some reports are not opinions.


Q2

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All reports are articles


No reports are articles
Some reports are articles
Some reports are not articles
No valid conclusion

All soups are meals. No meals are snacks.


Q3

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All snacks are soups


No snacks are soups
Some snacks are soups
Some snacks are not soups
No valid conclusion

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All conversations are discussions. No discussions are arguments.


Q4

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All arguments are conversations


No arguments are conversations
Some arguments are conversations
Some arguments are not conversations
No valid conclusion

All wines are drinks. No desserts are drinks.


Q5

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All desserts are wines


No desserts are wines
Some desserts are wines
Some desserts are not wines
No valid conclusion

No managers are poor. All executives are managers.

Q6

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All executives are poor


No executives are poor
Some executives are poor
Some executives are not poor
No valid conclusion

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No rewards are punishments. All fines are punishments.


Q7

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All fines are rewards


No fines are rewards
Some fines are rewards
Some fines are not rewards
No valid conclusion

All beliefs are valid. Some opinions are beliefs.


Q8

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All opinions are valid


No opinions are valid
Some opinions are valid
Some opinions are not valid
No valid conclusion

All supports are load bearing. Some supports are walls.


Q9

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All walls are load bearing


No walls are load bearing
Some walls are load bearing
Some walls are not load bearing
No valid conclusion

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All thieves are criminals. No arsonists are thieves.


Q10

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All arsonists are criminals


No arsonists are criminals
Some arsonists are criminals
Some arsonists are not criminals
No valid conclusion

Some lessons are compulsory classes. All compulsory classes are 9am classes.
Q11

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All 9am classes are lessons


No 9am classes are lessons
Some 9am classes are lessons
Some 9am classes are not lessons
No valid conclusion

No greens are colours. Some turquoises are greens.


Q12

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All turquoises are colours


No turquoises are colours
Some turquoises are colours
Some turquoises are not colours
No valid conclusion

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No decisions are final. Some actions are final.


Q13

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All actions are decisions


No actions are decisions
Some actions are decisions
Some actions are not decisions
No valid conclusion

No islands are continents. Some continents are archipelagos.


Q14

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All archipelagos are islands


No archipelagos are islands
Some archipelagos are islands
Some archipelagos are not islands
No valid conclusion

No Men are liars. Some Men are lawyers.


Q15

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All lawyers are liars


No lawyers are liars
Some lawyers are liars
Some lawyers are not liars
No valid conclusion

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Some rodents are pets. Some vermin are rodents.


Q16

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All vermin are pets


No vermin are pets
Some vermin are pets
Some vermin are not pets
No valid conclusion

Some lands are arable. Some lands are dry lands.


Q17

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All dry lands are arable


No dry lands are arable
Some dry lands are arable
Some dry lands are not arable
No valid conclusion

Some works of fiction are best sellers. All works of fiction are books.
Q18

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All books are best sellers


No books are best sellers
Some books are best sellers
Some books are not best sellers
No valid conclusion

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All farms are collective. All banks are collective.


Q19

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All banks are farms


No banks are farms
Some banks are farms
Some banks are not farms
No valid conclusion

All consultants are experts. All employees are consultants.


Q20

Which one of the following conclusions is definitely true based on the


statement?

All employees are experts


No employees are experts
Some employees are experts
Some employees are not experts
No valid conclusion

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