11 Plus Exam Tips and Non-Verbal Reasoning Questions

11 Plus Tips and Non-Verbal Reasoning Questions

Wondering how to ace the 11+ exam? 

Don’t worry, we’ve got a plethora of 11 Plus exam tips coming your way. From the verbal reasoning questions for the verbal reasoning test to general problem solving, non-verbal reasoning and arithmetic sections of the common entrance test, your child can get an admit in all the 164 grammar schools by following these simple tips.

11 Plus Exam TIPS:

Take plenty of short breaks in between your study hours for about 5 to 10 minutes. This helps to refresh the memory and prepare your child keeping his mind focused and relaxed for the exam boards.
REMEMBER: A primary school child can be attentive only for 30 to 50 minutes.
Active revision is another great way to stay interactive with the topic. Revision games and mock tests create spatial awareness and are great exam techniques to prepare for the 11+.
Stick a piece of paper upon the fridge highlighting all the areas you wish to cover in English and Maths. Most tests are designed to check your overall intellect. Be prepared to face them.
When completing grid-based questions, you can always work backwards. By working backwards, you would have to do the opposite of what is being asked. This is a useful way to see if you have the correct answer.
Pay attention to everything! In a sequence, if your confused and unable to judge, pay close attention to every small detail.

Count all angles, sides, keeping close attention to reflections, line geometry, curvatures etc. That way you can eliminate what is the same and what is different about the sequence.

Do try to draw out the questions as you go. Drawing out the answers of what you think it may look like (i.e. if the shape is rotated or reflected etc), will help you to visualize the answers more clearly.
Check out our free online testing and sample questions to make sure that you are fully prepared for your English assessment.

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11+ EXAM PRACTICE QUESTIONS:

Here are some sample questions from a few practice papers:

HOW TO WORK IT OUT:

  • How is the pattern progressing?
  • Take one part of the shape and see how it changes throughout the sequence.
  • Look out for movement, symmetry, positioning, etc.

 

HOW TO WORK IT OUT:

  • How is the pattern transforming?
  • Take one part of the shape and see how it changes throughout the sequence and look out for patterns, symmetry.etc

 

HOW TO WORK IT OUT:

  • How is the pattern progressing?
  • Take one part of the shape and see how it changes throughout the sequence.
  • Look out for colour patterns, movement, symmetry, positioning, etc.

 

HOW TO WORK IT OUT:

  • What letter signifies what? 
  • Figure out how the key figure(X) is rotating.
  • Draw the figure by yourself and work out these types of problems.

 

HOW TO WORK IT OUT:

  • Find out the transition going on the given key figure.
  • To answer these types of questions, draw the figure by yourself and look for the figure with the same transition.

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