The spatial reasoning test measures a candidate’s understanding, reasoning, and remembering of the spatial relationships among objects or space. These skills are useful in STEM careers and show a candidate’s ability to think about objects and space.
There are four types of spatial reasoning abilities. Spatial visualization is complex and multi-step manipulation of information presented in spatial form. Mental rotation is the ability to imagine different ways two- or three-dimensional objects might be rotated in space. Spatial working memory allows you to temporarily store visual-spatial memories under attentional control so you can complete a task.
- Mental rotation
- Spatial working memory
- Mental folding
- Spatial visualization
- Mechanical Engineers
- Chemical Engineers
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