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In this HireVue game based assessment Category, you can firstly find all of our posts on HireVue game based assessment. Secondly, HireVue video interview tips.

Thirdly, Rob Williams Assessment Ltd specialises in designing highly predictive psychometric solutions, including for 3 years partnering to create HireVue game based assessment.

Plus, we also specialise in situational judgement test design, verbal reasonign and numerical reasoning test design, aptitude test design and personality assessment design.

We work across a wide range of sectors and also job roles. Our tailor-made psychometric offerings are as unique as our clients’ organisations.

Our organisation prides itself on client satisfaction. We have many positive LinkedIn reviews from our big client projects.

In a learning environment, game based assessment is are handled very differently. Many game based learning environments have had to adapt throughout 2020 and into 2021 to new, virtual ways of learning. Now, many organisations have been able to incorporate game based assessment very efficiently.

CAT4 sample tests

Sample CAT4 Test papers

Welcome to our sample CAT4 test papers.

Welcome to GL Assessment’s excellent replacement CAT4 tests range to the SAT’s benchmarking system. We recommend that you…

  1. Firstly our Parents Guide to the CAT4. 
  2. Then we recommend reading this feature to learn what your CAT4 results mean for your child.
  3. Get familiar with the type of questions in the CAT4 test
  4. Try our premium CAT4 practice tests. This is  is specific CAT4 test practice for Year 11+ (Level G).

Practice CAT4 tests

We offer Premium practice packs for the following school year groups:

CAT4 Level A (Year 4)

Our CAT4 Level D (Year 7)

CAT4 Level E (Year 8)

Five CAT4 Practice Papers at each Level A to G

Each of these levels include:

  • Full-length CAT4 simulations
  • CAT4 quizzes.
  • Detailed CAT4 question explanations, and
  • CAT4 study guides.

Firstly, 9+ CAT4 LEVEL A PRACTICE and 10+ CAT4 LEVEL B.

Secondly, 11+ CAT4 Level C PRACTICE ; 12+ CAT4 Level D PRACTICE and 13+ CAT4 Level E practice.

And then for 14-15 year-olds CAT4 Level F Practice Test 1 to Practice Test Paper 5.

Finally, 16+ / 17+ CAT4 Level G Practice Test.

In sumary, the above CAT4 premium praactice papers offer you comprehensive and accurate practice materials. Each of these CAT4 levels practice will effectively prepare your child for the CAT4 exam.

Free CAT4 demos (for each age level)

Firstly, our free CAT4 Level A demo.Secondly, Free CAT 4 Level B demo.Thirdly, Free CAT 4 Level C demo.

And then next, Free CAT 4 Level D demo.

Plus also, Free CAT 4 Level E demo.

And then next Free CAT 4 Level F demo.

Finally, our Free CAT 4 Level G demo.

CAT4 spatial reasoning test questions


How should I prepare for the CAT4?

Well, here’s how GL Assessment introduce their CAT4:


Which skills does the CAT4 assess?

The CAT4 requires knowledge of Literacy skills , Numeracy skills and Abstract reasoning skills.

<  <  Youtube video explaining the different CAT4 levels for different school age groups  >   >

What are the CAT4 spatial reasoning test questions like?

In the CAT4 spatial reasoning questions you have to manipulate 2D and 3D shapes. So similar to the non-verbal reasoning questions in that sense.
You need to identify each of the different set of shapes’ patterns. In other words the relationships between them. How they relate to each other.

CAT4 test practice

2D shape combinations

INSTRUCTIONS – Find which shapes can be combined to create the full picture you’ve been presented with in each CAT4 spatial reasoning question.

Take a look at this example question. Which of the options below, makes up the top shape?


Matching 2D Shapes

INSTRUCTIONS – Find which two shapes are identical in each CAT4 spatial reasoning question.

Regardless of the perspective / angle shown, identify which two 2D shapes are equivalent.

Analyse the Mirror Image

INSTRUCTIONS – Find the exact mirror image for each CAT4 spatial reasoning question.

spatial reasoning practice test

Analysing 3D Cube construction

INSTRUCTIONS – Find for each CAT4 spatial reasoning question:

  • The marking which is the exact opposite of the one that is presented in the question.  
  • or if it’s a flattened out 3D cube, then you must choose which of the answer options represents the fully reconstructed cube. So, when in three dimensions in other words.
spatial reasoning practice

CAT4 test practice

Solid 2D and 3D shapes

INSTRUCTIONS – Find for each CAT4 spatial reasoning question, you must determine which 3D shape is equivalent to the unmade one presented. So, in other words, which of the folded up shapes is represented by the unfolded shape in the questions.

Spatial reasoning test

What are the CAT4 non-verbal reasoning questions like?

Other standardized school cognitive tests

Maths game based development

Numetry: Maths Game Based Development

The latest maths game based development we’ve had input on is Numetry by Eduplaytion.

Numetry: The Maths Game You Wish You Had When You Were in School 

Quite a number of students find math to be too challenging or boring. Remember back in school when we simply watched the clock tick, waiting for recess? We often did this not because we didn’t want to learn but often because being in the classroom wasn’t as exciting as the other things that we would rather be doing. Thoughts like, “how will this help me”, or “what do I need this for?” would often come to mind. 

Maths game based development

Just as we used to feel back then in school, there are many kids these days who feel the same way. In light of this, our team at Eduplaytion has decided to find a practical solution to this issue. We have come up with an exciting product that would make learning more fun than you can imagine.

Behold a New Dawn for Learning Maths

After a development process of 18 months, our first title is nearly ready for launch. Numetry the Math Game is an educational portal designed to teach children between ages 9 to 12 math while engaging them with entertaining video games. The game is built on a story that occurs in the remote Mathema galaxy, where a group of astronauts has gone missing after they went to investigate a mysterious radio transmission.

As a player, you will join the crew on the Magellan and embark on a quest to find the lost expedition. While the children play their way through the syllabus, teachers and parents receive real-time data to track their performance on a teacher and parent dashboard. This way, you can be sure to always stay on top of your child’s academic progress. 

The Proof is in the Pudding

There are many ways to help a child learn, and games are one of such ways. We all know children love games. There is also research, showing that games are good for helping children learn. According to a study, nearly 80% of learners said they would be more productive if their learning was more game-like.

Another study shows that 70% of teachers said they saw an increase in student engagement when using educational video games. Generally, kids view games as a low-risk environment where they are willing to try new things and explore. 

Therefore, one of the best ways to accomplish effective learning is through game-based learning. The game world encourages students to use their imaginations and discover new possibilities in a fun and interactive way. Games can deliver an experience that feels more like a form of entertainment than a method of learning, which children find satisfactory. 

Maths Game Based Development

These games can also provide each student with a personalized learning experience making it possible for them to progress and solve the challenges at their own pace. By incorporating objectives and measurable goals, students can see their own progress, which promotes a sense of achievement for the players. Children also benefit from the immediate feedback that they receive while they play. They can see their performance in real-time and adapt accordingly.  

Playing is Learning and Vice Versa

Numetry is made up of a series of mini-games (or missions) that help children develop their math skills as they complete each of the challenges and progress through the game. As they complete each challenge, visible changes occur in the game world.

Each challenge forms a part of the overarching story. As players progress through the game, they will help the crew solve the mystery and find the missing astronauts. The goal is to capture the student’s attention by immersing them in an engaging story with exciting characters and cool missions. The players may not feel like they are learning because they are having so much fun. However, they are actually learning as they play.

The Magic in Making 

Eduplaytion is a developer and provider of game-based learning tools for children. The company has rapidly become a global enterprise reaching four continents and has been recognized as one of the most exciting, rising EdTech’s in Norway. Today, our team consists of experienced math teachers and passionate game developers from around the world – all sharing a common vision: to make learning fun!

Kristoffer from maths game development Eduplaytion
Eduplaytion maths game developers logo

Our first title, Numetry, has been developed in close collaboration with twelve schools in Norway and South America, ensuring that the game meets the needs of students, teachers, and parents. Working closely with our end users has provided us with valuable insight and enabled us to tailor our products to meet their specific needs. 

Maths Game Based Development

Numetry Game Development

To develop Numetry, our team started with the outcome standards outlined by the math curriculum. We then brought on experienced pedagogues and teachers. Their main task is to turn the theory into practical, yet entertaining games that tackle topics that are often difficult for grade school children to understand. A core aspect of the game design process is creating a linear progression of puzzles, each challenge becomes more difficult, while continually rewarding the player for success. This design pattern has been proven to work and can easily be adapted to teaching any skill. 

Including children in the development of the game has been a fundamental driver of our success thus far. Not only do they get a sense of ownership in the game, but the children also keep us on our toes and help us to identify potential problem areas and room for improvement. They help us to cross our t’s and dot our i’s. 

We did not want to leave anything up to chance when we decided to create Numetry. Attention to detail has – and will always be – our top priority. We spend a lot of time working with our users to ensure that our final product is of a high standard and meets the needs of students and teachers from around the world. This has already started to pay off: feedback from children has been incredible so far. They love playing the games and are eager to help us develop new and exciting mini-games in the future. 

Ready for Take-Off

Would you like your child to be part of a great space quest? Would you like your child to learn math in a fun, exciting way? Then this is a game for your child. The Numetry characters are all getting ready and are scheduled for departure late May 2020.

Are you struggling to find the time? Have your old math skills faded? Or is it just getting increasingly harder to motivate your children to do their homework? Then you and your child ought to try Numetry. Kindly check out for more information. You can also reach out to us via Facebook or send us an email at today.

Guess what? You don’t have to wait until launch! We created our own YouTube channel where we live stream our How to Draw series for children to learn from our illustrator as he draws various fun characters in the Numetry universe.

Learn to draw with maths game developers

Check it out today and help your child to learn in the best way possible.

Maths Game Based Development

Find more great tips on our 11 Plus Parents Guide.

Game based Assessment

Our using digital assessments tips to support the introduction of virtual assessments across your organisation.

Job interviews are increasingly being conducted by video – over Zoom, Skype or FaceTime for instance – and there is a lot of pressure on candidates scrambling for places due to coronavirus.

Using Digital Assessment Tips

Many educational institutions have chosen to or been forced to shutter their campuses and cease or drastically reduce operations and events, to help stop the spread of the virus.

Many test centers are closing. Most exam bodies are also struggling to deliver exams. Universities, schools, training organizations and professional conferences, have cancelled or postponed their in-person classes and events. Some have transitioned these to the internet.

Others are still trying to figure out what to do next and how to maintain the continuity of their respective services. Providing instruction online is likely to play a large role, no matter what the organization decides. And with that instruction comes the need for assessment.

Using Digital Assessment Tips

Online testing, e-assessment, computer-based testing, digitized assessment… no matter the name used to describe it, it’s a well-established practice within the education and training industry. Yet some organizations still rely on paper and pencil to administer their tests and exams. Why? These are some of the reasons why paper and pencil still prevail.

  1. Lack of access to computers and the internet
  2. The need for security and proctoring during test administration
  3. Paper and pencil are reliable and familiar. No need for specialized technical knowledge or tools
  • Concerns about the validity and reliability of the test when its delivery format is substantively changed
  • Unwillingness to change

Using Digital Assessment Tips

Except for the first, lack of connectivity, none of these reasons for continuing the use of paper and pencil tests is a real barrier. And in certain parts of the world, where the internet is accessible to as high as 94% of the population, even the lack of connectivity is not a real barrier in practice.

It’s true that pencils, pens and paper are universally familiar and despite being ancient technologies, are extremely reliable. But their familiarity is in fact waning, with the generations of digital natives who are now in school, higher education and workplace settings. Many test-takers are more familiar with computers and mobile devices as their primary medium of communication, than they are with paper and pencil/pen. And there are increasing demands from industry bodies to stop using pen and paper exams. (See, for example, TES on “calls to scrap pen and paper exams by 2025” (February 2020):

Using Digital Assessment Tips

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Rob Williams latest book 

Are you chasing a job that you really want, but need to take a verbal reasoning test to get it? With the help of this book, you’ll sharpen your skills and quickly become confident in your ability to pass. 

Brilliant Passing Numerical Reasoning Tests book – also available for download from the Apple Store.