Non-verbal reasoning, just like verbal reasoning, is aimed at giving a more accurate picture of a child's potential. It also includes assessing a child's spatial awareness. Questions to assess non-verbal reasoning will include:
Not all of the local authority or grammar school assess children's non-verbal reasoning.
There are many different types of verbal reasoning questions that will be asked in the 11+ test. Try our free sample verbal reasoning questions by clicking here. A sample question of a 11+ verbal reasoning questions is below:
Look at the jug below which is filled with water. How 60 ml glasses can you fill using the water in the jug?
The answer is B - 7
The jug contains 450 ml of water. 7 glasses would need 420 ml of water, leaving the jug with 30 ml after filling the glasses.