Non-verbal reasoning is the ability to understand and analyse visual problems and solve them accordingly. The subject revolves around solving problems using pictures, shapes and diagrams rather than words and sentences.
11 plus non-verbal reasoning
The questions could include any of the following:
Highlighting the odd shape in a sequence
Figuring out what a shape would look like when folded
Finding identical shapes in a series of five shapes
What will a shape look like when rotated
Figuring out the next shape/diagram in a sequence
How to improve in non-verbal reasoning
Have a good understanding of mathematical concepts such as symmetry, rotation, shape, and direction
Play games such as spot the difference
Develop spatial awareness
Finally, make sure you do practise tests.
Access a bunch of practise tests through which you can improve your child’s non-verbal reasoning skills.
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