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As Non Verbal Reasoning is used in many 11-Plus examinations the Learning Together range of practice books help to make make practice and preparation less daunting.
What is Non-Verbal Reasoning?
Non-Verbal Reasoning is problem-solving based around diagrams and shapes, rather than words. It consists of diagrammatic questions which will test how your child can deal with visual information.
It contains a wide range of subject areas such as which shape is next in the series, odd one out, reflections and spatial awareness of 2-D and 3-D shapes. Your child may also be required to understand rotation and symmetry. A common and difficult question type is working out which cube is made from a net – in other words can your child understand the connections between a 2-d shape folded into a 3-d shape.
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Your child needs to be able to quickly spot differences and similarities between shapes. Sometimes a smaller shape will be hidden in a larger shape. Will your child be able to see the hidden shape? Non-Verbal Reasoning also makes demands on the child's mathematical capabilities perhaps being asked to calculate how much of a shape is shaded. Understanding simple concepts such as right and left or up and down will help your child deal with more complex and demanding aspects of Non-Verbal Reasoning.
This is a question that many parents and indeed teachers ask. NVR as it is sometimes called, is difficult to teach and learn but this series of NVR books provide practice in a wide range of Non-Verbal Reasoning question types.
Our How to Do Non-Verbal Reasoning book is a Step by Step guide explaining the skills and techniques needed to improve a child's skill in Non-Verbal Reasoning. It covers 18 different types of question that your child may be faced with in their 11+ exam. Questions covered include complete the series, odd one out, hidden shapes, similar shapes, adding shapes, 2-d nets, opposite shapes and analogies.
The book is set out in individual units with each unit having two sections: -
1. The INTRODUCTION with a worked example and Step by Step instructions.
2. The EXERCISE with some hints for extra help.
The work books each contain 5 tests each with 75 questions and are available in both multiple choice and standard format. They cover a range of question types including finding the odd one out in a group of shapes, complete the series of shapes and analogies using shapes. Answers are included with each book.
A child working their way through these books should improve many of the required skills needed to approach their 11+ exam with more confidence.