Non-Verbal Reasoning 3 by Rebecca Brant
  

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Non-Verbal Reasoning 3 by Rebecca Brant

Rapid Reasoning Tests provides short, effective, timed tests in reasoning. The series comprises six books of verbal reasoning tests and six books of non-verbal reasoning tests. Written by experienced teachers and designed for independent use, Rapid Reasoning Tests has been carefully structured to provide practice of key, standard format question types. Each collection of tests has been designed for use over one year and provides one section per term in order to support regular practice. Non-verbal Reasoning 3 is a collection of short, problem-solving tests based on pictures and patterns. Each timed test includes age-appropriate questions, providing opportunities for children to practise and master non-verbal reasoning skills in preparation for the 11+ and other school selection tests. The third of six non-verbal reasoning books in the Rapid Reasoning Tests series, this book covers the following question types: similarities and differences; missing and hidden shapes; cubes, codes and combinations. Key features: short tests requiring few resources that are easy to fit into a busy timetable; a target time for each test encourages children to work quickly and develop the necessary exam skills for success in the 11+ and other tests; pull-out answers in the centre of each book can be easily removed; free downloads to support the series are available from the Schofield & Sims website.

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Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Rebecca Brant
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Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

1st August 2014

ISBN

9780721712284


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