The ACER Test of Abstract Reasoning (TAR) is a test of abstract (or non-verbal) reasoning. It is a relatively language-free assessment, used as a measure of general ability for selection into occupations with a moderate to high demand on reasoning and where the ability to think clearly to solve problems is important.
The ACER TAR can be administered as a Short Form (45 items - easier of the two assessments) or a Long Form (60 items - more challenging assessment).
The ACER TAR is able to be administered and scored online via the ACER Psychological Testing Platform (APT). Administrators send a request to their client to complete the assessment online, and are then provided with a concise report. APT provides you with more flexibility - ACER TAR credits can be used for your chosen TAR Assessment (short or long form).
To set up an online APT account and purchase credits please register here.
ACER TAR Online Short Form Sample Report