Get ahead of the game with our range of Non-verbal Reasoning practice papers, created to suit the latest requirements of independent schools.
Written by a team of experienced educational authors and 11 plus experts, our Non-verbal Reasoning practice papers are the ideal tool when preparing your child for their entrance exam. Developed using feedback from schools, teachers and children, all the practice papers are up-to-date with the current requirements for competitive independent school exams.
All of our practice papers come with fully detailed answer sheets. They are available to download now in pdf format.
We recommend using practice papers strategically during your senior school journey, alongside past papers from your target schools. You shouldn’t expect your child to be able to complete them too soon, or they may become demotivated if they under perform. However, leave it too late and they will not be able to work through their exam quick enough to reach those all important questions towards the end of the paper.
Before sitting any non-verbal reasoning practice papers, make sure that your child has covered a good portion of the syllabus. Familiarise your child with the different kinds of questions that could come up on the exam. Get them to work on their speed too. They need to be picking up about a mark a minute, which is will always be easier with consistent practise.
Currently in the world of Reasoning, the trend is for Spatial Reasoning to be included in school assessments. We field many questions from parents about this topic and how to help their child improve at it.
Spatial reasoning concerns the ability to picture shapes in 3D and the ability to mentally move them around. Typical questions of this type ask your child to work out how an image has been reflected, rotated or translated as part of a sequence. Our papers also cover this aspect of reasoning.
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