THE BEST Verbal Analogies CAT4 test practice to use

Hope your find School Entrance Tests’ new targeted CAT4 practice test Verbal Analogies useful in passing your CAT 4 assessment.

 

<p>In the Verbal Analogies test, each question presents a verbal analogy in the form of &lsquo;A-B: C-_&rsquo;. Students have to work out how the first pair of words is related to each other and then select from five answer options the one that completes the second pair.&nbsp;</p> <p>These questions involve two elements to the reasoning. First, students have to look for similarities and differences between the first pair, for example the second thing is an element of the first or a descriptive term for the first. Second, they have to duplicate that relationship starting with the third word presented.</p>

CAT4 Practice Test Verbal Analogies (Years 4 to 12)

Please see our list below of CAT4 test practice Verbal Analogies with the Year shown first.

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What are these CAT 4 practice tests’ benefits

  • 2 out of the 8 modules in the CAT4 test cover Verbal Reasoning.
  • These modules are called Verbal Classification and Verbal Analogies.
  • Detailed visual explanations are provided for every single question.
  • The Verbal Analogies module is responsible for 50% of your child’s official CAT4 Verbal Reasoning score.
  • By researching the Verbal Analogies module in detail, we’ve managed to identify every single possible version of the question type that could come up in your child’s test.

So, in summary, there’s three key factors:

  1. Firstly, these are THE most accurate and efficient way to prepare for the CAT4 Verbal Analogies module.
  2. And secondly, they will introduce your child to all of the possible types of CAT4 Verbal Analogies exam question.
  3. Thirdly, for each CAT 4 level, there’s a unique set of 6 online practice tests that will help your child prepare for the Verbal Analogies module in the CAT4 test.

How are verbal reasoning skills assessed by the CAT4’s verbal analogies?

In the Verbal Analogies test, each question presents a verbal analogy in the form of ‘A-B: C-_’. Students have to work out how the first pair of words is related to each other and then select from five answer options the one that completes the second pair.

These questions involve two elements to the reasoning. First, students have to look for similarities and differences between the first pair, for example the second thing is an element of the first or a descriptive term for the first. Second, they have to duplicate that relationship starting with the third word presented.

Questions have been written to maximise the students’ flexibility in identifying and using concepts rather than taxing their background knowledge or vocabulary.

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