11+ Non-verbal Reasoning is written for children who are sitting 11+, CATs, Common Entrance and scholarship examinations. The books also include useful hints and approaches to 11+ multiple-choice papers.
They are specifically suited for preparing children who are sitting GL Assessment (formerly known as nferNelson) Non-verbal Reasoning tests. The Cognitive Abilities Tests (CATs) are regularly used in schools to measure a pupil’s ability. They comprise Verbal Reasoning (VR), Quantitive Reasoning (QR) and Non-verbal Reasoning (NVR). Over a million children sit these tests every academic year. AEP workbooks are rigorously classroom tested, frequently revised and updated. These workbooks, written by Stephen Curran, follow the teaching methods used by AE Tuition in its very successful school. A comprehensive teaching and learning method explains each topic fully with worked examples and exercises to measure progress and understanding. They introduce children to recognition, manipulation and movement of shapes, enabling them to develop advanced skills in spatial reasoning. Answers for each exercise are provided at the back of each workbook together with progress charts and a Certificate of Achievement. All the books use a unique coding system. Sections are organised relating to Non-verbal Reasoning Technique, Non-verbal Reasoning Information and Non-verbal Reasoning Exercises.
The first two books consist of twelve chapters that divide non-verbal reasoning technique into twelve main areas of knowledge.
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We are sure you will find both books a great resource for studying Non-verbal Reasoning.