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How to Pass Advanced Verbal Reasoning Tests

Over 500 Practice Questions

Understand verbal reasoning testing with expert advice and over 500 practice questions with answers and explanations.
EAN: 9780749480172
Edition: 3
Format: 218x140
256 pages

About the book

Containing the largest bank of test questions on the market, How to Pass Advanced Verbal Reasoning Tests provides advice, practice and exercises to help you prepare for the rigorous tests used by employers, helping you to build up speed, accuracy and confidence.

Testing expert Mike Bryon offers practice on a range of areas, including:

- English usage
- Written assessments
- Presentations
- Group exercises
- Assessment centres

Including four timed realistic tests with interpretations of your score, How to Pass Advanced Verbal Reasoning Tests covers word links, word swaps, sentence sequence, decision analysis, reading comprehension as well as critical reasoning, giving you everything you need to boost your ability and face the challenge head on.

About the authors

Mike Bryon

Mike Bryon is an expert in psychometrics and training solutions. He is also the author of The Advanced Numeracy Test Workbook, The Numeracy Test Workbook, How to Pass Graduate Psychometric Tests , Graduate Psychometric Test Workbook, How to Pass the Civil Service Qualifying Tests, How to Pass Selection Tests, How to Pass Technical Selection Tests and The Ultimate Psychometric Test Book, How to Pass Secondary School Selection Tests, How to Pass the GMAT, How to Pass Advanced Numeracy Tests, How to Pass Advanced Verbal reasoning Tests, How to Pass the UK's National Firefighter Selection Tests, Psychometric Tests volume 1 CD ROM, Test Your Aptitude volume 1 CD ROM and Test Your IQ volume 1 CD ROM, all published by Kogan Page.

More about Mike Bryon

This is an admirable book for the job-seeker with many excellent practice questions.The material is well-crafted with clearly laid out exercises and the basic questions at the beginning give a solid foundation for the harder questions to come. Readers will become more confident in how to answer challenging verbal reasoning questions and less anxious in tests.

Bruce Woodcock, Careers Advisor at the University of Kent