Spatial reasoning test is a cognitive ability test that measures the capacity to think about objects in three dimensions and to draw conclusions about those objects from limited information. The cognitive test identifies candidates with good spatial abilities who can imagine how an object will look when rotated. It is a cognitive test that evaluates the problem-solving skills of candidates for employment. The cognitive aptitude test uses image-based questions to measure inductive (identifying missing portions and sequence series) and deductive (identifying missing portion) reasoning skills of candidates. Critical reasoning is one of the most basic reasoning ability that is highly correlated to one’s cognitive aptitude.