The results indicate that students have combinatorial abilities, which allows to create new images of objects, transform the image into the end result of a combinatorial problem, flexibility of thinking and the ability to switch attention in the analysis at the middle level. Among verbal subtests, this one received the lowest result. Especially noteworthy is the abnormally large number of students (17.8 %) who performed very poorly, so they have very low combinatorial abilities.
The results of the study on the subtest «Generalization»: the majority of university students (43.2 %) showed high results, 13.9 % of students – «Above the norm», 24.7 % – «Norm», 13.1 % of students – «Below the norm» and 5.2 % of students are low (Fig. 3.13).
The obtained results indicate that most students have a highly developed accuracy of logical distribution of information and the ability to generalize, ie the ability to combine, group objects on the basis of a certain feature. It should be noted that the maximum number of students with «high» and «normal» grades. This indicates that students usually have a high or standard level. Given the format of the task, students are divided into those who quite accurately understand the order of generalization and separation of the most accurate common features and those who can only roughly determine them.