# Visual Patterns Test

#### Question No: 1 Solution!
Start at the top left corner and work along the top line, then back along the second line, etc, adding nine then deducting three..

#### Question No: 2 Solution!
To each arc, add a quarter of a circle clockwise.

#### Question No: 3 Solution!
(6 + 8) – 9 = 5.

#### Question No: 4 Solution!
Triangle is rotating 90 degree in clockwise direction at each step and inner and outer circles are filling and infilling alternatively and step by step..

#### Question No: 5 Solution!
In each line across and down the arrows point in each of three directions left, right and down. The number of arrows increases 1, 2, 3 in each row..

#### Question No: 6 Solution!
The circle becomes a square and the four white squares become white circles..

#### Question No: 7 Solution!
The number of white dots is increased by one each time, both vertically and horizontally, and all white dots are connected.

#### Question No: 8 Solution!
Black dot is moving on step down and starts from after last step.

#### Question No: 9 Solution!
Looking across and down, lines are carried forward from the first two squares to the final square, except where two lines appear in the same position in the first two squares, in which case they are cancelled out..

#### Question No: 10 Solution!
Each line across and down contains five black dots and four white dots.

#### Question No: 11 Solution!
Looking across and down the triangles turn through 90 degrees.

#### Question No: 12 Solution!
Looking across an outer circle is removed, looking down an outer circle is added..

#### Question No: 13 Solution!
The square goes inside the diamond and the diamond in turn goes inside the pentagon, which turns onto its base..

#### Question No: 14 Solution!
In each row and column in order to arrive at the final number multiply the first two numbers together and divide by 6..

#### Question No: 15 Solution!
6 * 4 = 6 + 18
7 * 3 = 11 + 10
9 * 2 = 5 + 13
and
16 * 4 = 32 + 32.

#### Question No: 16 Solution!
In each row and column only lines that are common to the first two squares are carried forward to the final square..

#### Question No: 17 Solution!
Looking at lines of numbers from the top

9 * 8 = 72
72 * 8 = 576
576 * 8 = 4608.

#### Question No: 18 Solution!
The large rectangle is being dismantled, half a side at a time anticlockwise

the small rectangle is being constructed half a side at a time clockwise..

#### Question No: 19 Solution!
Looking across, the dot moves 45 degree clockwise at each stage, but looking down it moves 45 degree anticlockwise.

#### Question No: 20 Solution!
Looking both across and down, only lines that appear in both the first two squares are carried forward to the third square..

#### Question No: 21 Solution!
Looking across, the letters jump +2, +3 in the alphabet
For Example
AbCdeF.

Looking down, they progress +4, +5
For Example
AbcdEfghiJ..

#### Question No: 22 Solution!
Starting from first row triangle rotates 90 degree clockwise in 2 steps and then rotates 90 degree anticlockwise to start new row..

#### Question No: 23 Solution!
The inner hexagon is being dismantled one side at a time working anticlockwise, while the outer hexagon is being constructed one side at a time working clockwise..

#### Question No: 24 Solution!
(8 + 7) * 5 = 75.

#### Question No: 25 Solution!
Looking across and down, only dots that appear in the same position in the first two squares are carried forward to the third square

however, they then change from black to white and vice versa..

#### Question No: 26 Solution!
After two rotations both white and black dots will be at the lowest corner of the hexagon where black dot is present now..

#### Question No: 27 Solution!
(6 + 7) – (4 + 5) = 4.

#### Question No: 28 Solution!
The numbers round the centre increase by seven (in the others they increase by three and five respectively)..

#### Question No: 29 Solution!
In lines and columns, add the first three numbers to arrive at the fourth number.

#### Question No: 30 Solution!
As is first row 4th shape has the shaded region of both first two shapes
So in second row both of the bottom rectangles will be shaded..

#### Question No: 31 Solution!
Looking across each line add three
and
looking down each column add two..

#### Question No: 32 Solution!
Each number indicates its position in the grid. 55 indicates row 5 column 5.

#### Question No: 33 Solution!
Each pair of circles are mirror images of each other..

#### Question No: 34 Solution!
the dot moves corner/side anticlockwise, the straight line and the curved line both move corner to corner clockwise..

#### Question No: 35 Solution!
42 / 3 = 14
and

51 / 3 = 17.

#### Question No: 36 Solution!
Square is rotating 90 degree clockwise at each step..

#### Question No: 37 Solution!
In each line and column, each of the three rings is shaded black once..

#### Question No: 38 Solution!
Add the digits of each three-digit number to obtain the two-digit numbers.

#### Question No: 39 Solution!
The rectangle starting on the left is moving from left to right one place at a time at each stage.

#### Question No: 40 Solution!
Looking across, the dot in the top left-hand quarter moves to the opposite corner, the dot in the top right-hand quarter moves one corner anticlockwise at each stage, the dot in the bottom left-hand quarter moves between the top two corners, and the dot in the bottom right-hand quarter moves one corner clockwise at each stage..

#### Question No: 41 Solution!
Two black circles are filling up the white circles by moving in anticlockwise direction but at one step only one black circle moves..

#### Question No: 42 Solution!
(73 + 25) / 2 = 49.

#### Question No: 43 Solution!
Inner and outer black circles are moving up and down in opposite direction and vanishes on reaching at corner and starts again..

#### Question No: 44 Solution!
The black dot is moving up (then down) by one position at each stage..

#### Question No: 45 Solution!
lines across proceed
+2, –3, +2.

Lines down proceed
–3, +2, –3.

#### Question No: 46 Solution!
So that the numbers in the triangles, squares and circles add up to 33.

#### Question No: 47 Solution!
Only lines that appear three times in the same position in the first three squares are carried forward to the final square..

#### Question No: 48 Solution!
6 * 9 = 54 (reading down the middle two blocks).

#### Question No: 49 Solution!
12 * 7 = 84
8 + 12 + 7 + 4 = 31.

#### Question No: 50 Solution!
Looking across, the number of dots increases by one and white becomes black.

Looking down, the number of dots decreases by one and the dots stay the same colour..
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## Tips to Solve Visual Patterns & Shapes IQ Test

Visual patterns are a type of IQ test patterns that have a sequence of the geometric objects, pictures or the shapes. These are created based on some rules. Like, one is the repeating pattern where the pictures or geometric objects repeat over and again. This is also known as the ‘pattern unit’. Moreover, there are some visual patterns that keep on decreasing or increasing in a certain pattern. These types of geometric objects or pictures follow the ‘pattern rule’ that describes how these objects are growing or shrinking in a particular way.

When you are solving these visual patterns then you need to follow a hypothesis to match the pictures or geometric objects with the right solution. Like, if there is a geometric object a circle in beginning, then there is a triangle, then appears two circular objects, then a triangle, so the next blank will have three circular objects and then there will be a triangle. So, it was a ‘pattern rule’ where the Circle was increasing after the triangle kept in between.

You will find many colorful, 2D or 3D pictures, different shapes, etc. while appearing for this type of IQ test patterns. There will be no numerical values provided and just by watching the hypothesis related to the geometric objects you need to identify the right answer. The visual patterns are kept in interviews to check the attentiveness and sharpness of the candidate. It is to see how fast you can find the relation between the pictures or the objects provided that measures your IQ Level. 