Find Out if You are Ready for the Predictive Index Learning Indicator With Our Free Practice Test

Last updated 10/2020

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Why You Need to Take a PI Practice Test Before the Real Exam

Does this scenario sound familiar? You spent time on your job application and you finally submitted it. Satisfied, you sat back and waited for a reply. A couple of days later, to your delight, you received an email back. You were about to celebrate until you read that the next step in the recruitment process is to complete a PI assessment. What do you do now?

Luckily, you have come to the right page. On this page, we will teach what ‘warm-ups’ you need to do before the big test day. Just like you wouldn’t start doing advanced yoga moves before doing some warm-up stretches, it’s not recommended to take a PI test without doing some preliminary training. Our PLI practice test is like a training session you can take from the privacy of your own home. You can think of it like the yoga exercises you do in your house, away from the prying eyes of your yoga classmates.

Our PLI sample test is a test you can take without worrying about the examiners looking. Our practice test will help you add valuable points to your PI assessment results, by giving you the warm-up exercises you need.

About Our PI Practice Test

On this page, we have created a PLI test sample to help you gain a good understanding of your current performance level. Our sample test is expertly designed to assist you as follows:

  • Help you develop an understanding of how well you are performing in relation to each question-type and establish your test benchmark.
  • Our PI assessment practice test is time so you can see just how well you understand the professional learning indicator test questions and deal with the pressure of the time-restrictions of the real test.
  • We have created a test that features 1 or 2 examples of all the question types so you get a sneak preview of what will be included in the real test.
  • Allow you to see where your strengths and weaknesses lie, in relation to the PI assessment test material.

The design of Our PLI Practice Test

Our free PLI practice test is expertly formulated to accurately simulate real Predictive Index tests so that you can get an insight on what to expect when you take the real thing. Our tests are designed by psychometric professionals who review the PLI regularly and interview former test-takers so that they can keep the information in the course up-to-date.

The PLI test is designed to assess your ability to work quickly and accurately under pressure; it is NOT designed to assess advanced numerical reasoning. Our free PLI practice test is representative of the questions you will encounter on official Predictive Index tests.

Our PLI sample test consists of 50 multiple choice questions to be answered in 12 minutes. Here you will have the option to simulate a real PI LI test. Calculators are not permitted on the actual PI LI test. You can only use rough paper to work out your answers. So it’s best not to use a calculator when completing our PLI practice test.

After you have completed each test, click Finish Quiz. Next, in order to see the explanations for every question, click View Questions. In order to take the test again, click Restart Quiz, or return to the home page, select Click to continue.

How to Optimize Your Score on the PI Test

Studying for a test can often be overwhelming. And, it can be particularly difficult to get started, especially if you have been out of school for a while and you are feeling somewhat apprehensive about the whole process.

That’s why we, at PrepTerminal, have created three test tips that will provide you with a very simple set of steps that will help you begin your PLI test study journey.

Step #1. Take our PLI Test Sample (Diagnostic Test)

We have developed a practice (diagnostic) test to measure your starting test level. Our PLI test sample will give you the opportunity to:

  • Find your areas of strength and weakness
  • Exercise on questions you are finding difficult
  • Monitor your advancement and measure your progress

Step #2. Learn PLI Test Practical Strategies and Cunning Problem-solving Methodologies

You should approach your PLI test in a very specific manner. The creators of the PLI Cognitive Assessment developed this exam with certain goals in mind. Thus, they designed the test in a specific way and often put in traps to trip up unprepared test-takers.

We, at PrepTerminal, understand how the PLI assessment was created and know just how to approach this exam. We will teach you the practical strategies and cunning problem-solving techniques you need to avoid any PLI test-traps. These strategies and techniques will also allow you to optimize your test score and improve your test-taking time.

For a limited time, we are giving you the chance to try the first two modules of our PLI test prep course for FREE. We are so certain that you will love our course that we would like you to experience our course material free of charge.

Step #3. Complete Sample Practice Tests that Mimic the Real PLI exam with detailed answer explanations

Once you have learned the specific PLI test-taking tips and strategies and have familiarized yourself with the format of the PLI assessment it is time to put your knowledge into action. You can start applying all that you know on our full-length mock practice tests. The more practice tests you complete the more confident you will become and the more your score will improve.

Tips for Passing the PI Test

  • Make sure that you have a quiet place to take the test.
    It’s important not to be distracted or disturbed while you are taking your PI tests. If you are taking the test at home, make sure that your flatmates or siblings are not around at the time of the real test.
  • Be kind to yourself and look after yourself.
    Having a proper night’s sleep and eating well before the day of the test can make a great difference to your performance on the day. Make sure you go to bed early and eat a proper breakfast on the day of your PI test.
  • Undertake focused practice.
    It is important to prepare leading up to the day of the test. Complete as many PI practice tests as you can. This will help you become familiar with the subject matter of the test, which will also help calm your nerves and increase your confidence come test day.
  • Look for tricks and shortcuts to increase your speed.
    Cutting down your test-taking time and making sure that you answer questions as quickly as possible, without compromising on accuracy, will help you increase your score. The best way to achieve this is to learn shortcut methods and tricks. Our prep course will teach you how to shave valuable seconds, or even minutes, off your test-taking time.

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