Grid Challenge


This is a spatial reasoning test. It measures your short-term visual memory and determines your ability to perceive and compare visual information.

The test is composed of different types of tasks and requires quick adoption and swift decision-making.


In this test you have to remember the location and order of appearance of dots while answering questions.

The test is divided into nine rounds. Each round consists the tasks where you need to monitor the red-colored dot location and at the end of the round, choose the exact dots in the exact order in which they appeared.

Red dot task example

In three to five views, the red dot will appear in different locations.

Your task is to select the appropriate dots in the appropriate order at the end of the round and press the "Submit" button.

Symmetric graphics example

In this part of the test, two sets of square shapes combinations will appear. Your task is to correctly answer the question of whether these combinations are symmetrical or not by selecting the "Yes" or "No" button.

In the situation shown above, the combinations are symmetrical so the correct answer is a click on the button "Yes".

Rotated graphics example

Similar to the previous type of task, these combinations of shapes differ in that they can be identical or not, and also one combination was rotated by 90 or 180 degrees.

In the example above, if we turn the left combination 90 degrees counter-clockwise, we will get an identical look to the combination on the right. So in this case, the correct answer would be to click on the "Yes" button.

Graphic Math equation example

This task consists of simple mathematical equations presented in graphical form using different lines arranged inside blue cubes between defined points.

Your task is to carefully examine the arrangement of lines and answer on the buttons "Yes" or "No" depending on whether the final result of the equation presented in the lower square is correct.

In the example above, we have a calculation operation of subtracting the right set of lines from the left one, so since we subtract the leftmost vertical line from the right square, we will get that the result in the lower square is correct. The correct answer is to click on the "Yes" button.


The duration of the entire test is about 8 minutes.

  • The time available to remember the location of the point is 2 seconds.
  • The time available for answering the question is 7 seconds.
  • The time available to reproduce the locations of the order of appearance of the dots is 14 seconds.


Scoring is based on your performance.


This test is compatible with PC, mobile and tablets.



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