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This "How to do Verbal Reasoning" book explains the skills and techniques needed to tackle 18 different types of Verbal Reasoning question. These are similar questions to those found in 11+ exams set in areas of the country that use Verbal Reasoning for the elevenplus exam. It contains questions similar to those used in the CEM exam.
This book has been written by an experienced eleven plus tutor who has used this method for many years to explain Verbal Reasoning questions to his pupils.
The book explains the concepts presented in the Learning Together Verbal Reasoning books.
18 different Verbal Reasoning questions are explained in a simple “Step by Step” manner making this book suitable for parents to use at home.
Each question is dealt with in a separate unit.
Each unit has two sections:
The INTRODUCTION with a worked Verbal Reasoning example and Step-by-Step instructions.
The EXERCISE that follows has Verbal Reasoning questions with additional “Hints” for extra help.
A detachable answer sheet and score sheet to monitor progress are provided at the back of the book.
This Verbal Reasoning guide provides a suitable introduction to the VR questions often used in 11+ and 12+ examinations or grammar school selection tests. Working systemically through the book will increase the ability of any child to tackle the 11plus examinations. Verbal Reasoning questions of this type are often taken by children taking their eleven plus examinations for entrance into grammar school, private or independent schools.
A child working through this book will be better prepared to attempt any Verbal Reasoning questions that they might be asked to answer as part of these exams.
As with other Learning Together titles in both Verbal Reasoning and Non Verbal Reasoning the introductory advice contained in this Step by Step Verbal Reasoning Book encourages the involvement of parents to explain the answers to the child. Parental support is crucial to a child’s success in their schoolwork. Preparing for the eleven plus exam is no different.
**These tests may vary depending on the Local Education Authority or school.**