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How to Pass Verbal Reasoning Tests

Tests Involving Missing Words, Word Links, Word Swap, Hidden Sentences and Verbal Logical Reasoning

How to Pass Verbal Reasoning Tests includes the following types of test: missing words, word swap, word link, hidden sentences, sentence sequences and a new chapter on verbal logical reasoning.
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EAN: 9780749456962
Edition: 4
Published:
Paperback
Format: 215x138
184 pages
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About the book

Verbal reasoning or literacy tests are commonly used for selection and assessment purposes in order to establish how competent candidates are in their use of English.

How to Pass Verbal Reasoning Tests will help you prepare for such tests and gain the confidence to succeed. There is expert advice on improving skills and test techniques, as well as hundreds of practice questions that will help you get used to the type of questions asked.

How to Pass Verbal Reasoning Tests includes the following types of test: missing words, word swap, word link, hidden sentences, sentence sequences and a new chapter on verbal logical reasoning. Intermediate in level, it will prove invaluable to school leavers, further education college students and those applying for clerical/administrative posts.

About the authors

Harry Tolley

Harry Tolley was Special Professor in the School of Education at the University of Nottingham who works as a researcher, author and freelance consultant. He is co-author of How to Pass Verbal Reasoning Tests, How to Pass Numeracy Tests, How to Succeed at an Assessment Centre and How to Pass the Police Initial Recruitment Test, all published by Kogan Page.

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Ken Thomas

Ken Thomas was Principal Lecturer in Education Management at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, and is now a Chartered Psychologist and author. He is co-author of How to Pass Verbal Reasoning Tests, How to Pass Numeracy Tests and How to Pass the Police Initial Recruitment Test, all published by Kogan Page.

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