IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions

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 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions – 2024 Updated

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions 2022

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past questions and Answers pack contains the latest practice questions that appeared in previous editions of IBFCA Alliance Aptitude tests. 

About IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test

In order to get selected for the interview stage, applicants are required to pass the Aptitude tests, both online and at the test centre (follow up performance verification assessment).

What you should expect on the IBFCA Alliance Aptitude test

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude test difficulty is generally the same for both the online test or the physical Computer based tests. Typically, the test involves:

  • Numerical reasoning,
  • Abstract Reasoning, and
  • Verbal reasoning.

Total number of questions and time allowed also varies from year to year, but the average time is 1 minute per question. Typically about 50 questions.

Sample IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test

 Numerical reasoning

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions 2022

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions 2022

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude test Verbal Reasoning 


 The Bernoulli society, formed in 1975, is named after a family of mathematicians who made several advances in the subject during the 1600’s and 1700’s, particularly in the area of probability. Widespread interest at the time in games of chance, such as playing dice or dealing card, led to developments in probability theory. When any Bernoulli relative reached a solution was the open challenged and was usually criticized by any relative finding flawed mathematical reasoning – typically a brother mathematician.

Jacob Bernoulli’s 1713 publication The Art of Conjecting. Published after his death, provides a good example of what came to be known as Bernoulli’s trails. The same operation such as rolling a dice or tossing a coin would be repeated many times, trials, under the same experiment conditions. The format for research question was typically along the lines of How does the frequency of the observed outcomes toot compare what one would expect to happen each time? The important principle which had to be observed was that conditions were identical. Each time.

There was widespread interest in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in probability theory.

A. False

B. Cannot tell

C. True



There was sibling rivalry between some members of the Bernoulli family of mathematicians.

A. True

B. Cannot Tell

C. False.


Each member of the Bernoulli family was a skilled mathematician.

A. True

B. Cannot Tell

C. False.



The Art of Conjecturing was published post-humously.

A. Cannot Tell

B. False

C. True



The Bernoulli society was formed by the famous Bernoulli family of mathematician

A. False

B. True

C. Cannot Tell


 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude test Abstract Reasoning 

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions 2022

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions 2022

 IBFCA Alliance Aptitude Test Past Questions 2022

Some Frequently Asked Questions About ABFCA Alliance Aptitude Test 2024

Q: Can I take the test on my phone?
A: We strongly advise against using your phone for the test. Using your phone can result in your test
being terminated when calls or SMS come in during the test as this can be considered suspicious
activities (see the question on suspicious activities for more details).

Q: Can I take the test more than once?
A: You are only allowed to take the test only once. If you take the test more than once, it is only your
score from the first attempt that will be recorded.

Q: Is the test timed?
A: Yes. All tests have a time duration in which they must be completed. Once the duration is
reached, the test will be terminated, and your score recorded and submitted.


Q: What if I mistakenly end the test before I am done?
A: Once a test is submitted or closed, it will be assumed that the test has been completed and


Q: Would I be allowed to retake the test if my test automatically ended because of network or
internet issues?
A: No, you would not be allowed to retake the test. You are advised to make sure you have quality
internet service to avoid this.


Q: Would I be allowed to use the calculator on my system for the test for mathematical questions?
A: Opening another app on your device while taking the test is considered an unusual behaviour so
we advise you have a physical calculator for the test.


Q: My test just ended. I don’t know what happened. What should I do?
A: Your test can be terminated for several reasons – internet connection, suspicious behaviour, or test
time elapsed.
Please ensure you have good and reliable internet before starting the examination to prevent
termination due to poor internet connection.
If you perform five (5) suspicious activities, your test will be terminated. Every time a suspicious
activity is noticed, you will get a warning. By the fifth (5th) warning, your test will be terminated.


Q: What are suspicious activities?
A: Your test will be terminated if you perform five (5) suspicious activities. The following activities are
considered suspicious activities /unusual behaviour:
˗ Minimizing the browser.
˗ Resizing the browser.
˗ Opening a new tab.
˗ Opening a new program.
˗ Take a screenshot. (Desktop)
˗ Pressing Ctrl + C.
˗ Pressing Ctrl + V.
˗ Pressing Print Screen.
˗ Pressing F12.

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