What is Non-Verbal Reasoning?
Non-Verbal Reasoning tests are commonly used by employers of medical professions, engineering, piloting, air traffic controllers and other areas of recruitment.
The test is also used in the 11+ Kent test which is required for children to gain placements into grammar schools.
What does non-verbal reasoning mean? Non-Verbal Reasoning are assessments that require a person’s logical and technical ability to visualise patterns, shapes and formations. The questions appear in diagrammatic form, and are often referred to as Abstract or Diagrammatic Reasoning.
The importance of a Non-Verbal Reasoning test is to determine how well you can understand and visualise information to solve problems. You need to be able to recognise and identify patterns amongst abstract shapes and images.
Such tests may include:
- Determining identical shapes
- Rotating shapes
- Reflections of shapes
- Finding the odd shape
- Finding the missing shape
- 3D shapes
- Shading and colours
- Number sequences
All of the above are typical questions that often appear in a Non-Verbal Reasoning test. It is imperative that you fully comprehend the question types, and know how to answer them.
This comprehensive guide will provide you with lots of testing questions in order to better your chances at passing your Non-Verbal Reasoning test.
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