A few hints:
1. it is a series of ‘faces’, but this doesnt help
2. the faces are made up of lines, shapes, objects, sides.
3. it has to be something to do with number right? a count?
4. number of what? shapes? sides? lines? objects?

With these hints work some numbers for each option i.e. A. 4 objects, B 4 objects, C 5 objects and so on

is it the number of sides the ‘excluded’ shape in the corner of each picture has? pentagon has 5, triangle 3, heart 2, square 4, oval 1 (oval could also be argued to have 0 or infinite sides).

Rani, you got it! Yes pentagon=5,triangle=3, heart=2 (so does crescent moon which often appears in UMAT), square=4, and yep circle/oval is always 1*.
Once we re-order, this will give us a COUNT (very often used UMAT method) and then, our answer!

*We could argue that the oval has 0 or infinite sides but that would more be a philosophical mathematical than something that would appear in UMAT so don’t get stuck deciding if you have to (it’ll waste your time!)

A few hints:

1. it is a series of ‘faces’, but this doesnt help

2. the faces are made up of lines, shapes, objects, sides.

3. it has to be something to do with number right? a count?

4. number of what? shapes? sides? lines? objects?

With these hints work some numbers for each option i.e. A. 4 objects, B 4 objects, C 5 objects and so on

is it the number of sides the ‘excluded’ shape in the corner of each picture has? pentagon has 5, triangle 3, heart 2, square 4, oval 1 (oval could also be argued to have 0 or infinite sides).

Rani, you got it! Yes pentagon=5,triangle=3, heart=2 (so does crescent moon which often appears in UMAT), square=4, and yep circle/oval is always 1*.

Once we re-order, this will give us a COUNT (very often used UMAT method) and then, our answer!

*We could argue that the oval has 0 or infinite sides but that would more be a philosophical mathematical than something that would appear in UMAT so don’t get stuck deciding if you have to (it’ll waste your time!)