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Verbal Reasoning
11+ Practice Tests

Each test below has 100's of practice questions. Each time you create a test, you are presented with 20 random qustions. You can create tests again and again until you achive stisfied score, and each time you will have new 20 questions.

Students are advised to take the tests multiple times until you achive a satisfactory average score.

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11+ Verbal Reasoning

Verbal reasoning assesses a child's verbal skills in the widest sense - above and beyond their formal literacy ability. The tests require children to identify patterns, similarity and difference between words, and demonstrate their understanding of the rules and meaning of language in different contexts. Verbal Reasoning tests give schools an indication of how children deal with new information. They can indicate the likely ease with which children can acquire new concepts and understand new ideas across a range of subjects. This information gives an indication of a child's academic potential.

Verbal Reasoning is almost universally used as one of the test papers in the 11+. It is believed to be an effective way of testing a child’s potential, not just learned ability.

Of course, learned ability does enter into the equation. While some of the question types simply test a child’s logical deduction skills or their ability to decipher codes, much of an 11+ verbal reasoning test will require a good vocabulary and also strong basic maths skills. Strangely, most verbal reasoning tests also encompass maths questions.

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