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Non-Verbal Reasoning

Non-verbal reasoning involves the ability to analyze and interpret information presented in visual or non-verbal formats. It encompasses the capacity to understand and solve problems without relying on language-based skills. Non-verbal reasoning often involves tasks such as recognizing patterns, spatial relationships, analogies, and logical sequences in visual stimuli. It assesses cognitive abilities related to visual perception, spatial reasoning, and pattern recognition.

Most children who are applying for 11 plus exams will focus more on non-verbal reasoning in year 5.

Non-Verbal Reasoning Skills:

- Pattern Recognition: Identifying and understanding visual patterns and sequences.
- Analogies: Recognizing relationships between shapes, figures, or designs and applying them to new contexts.
- Spatial Reasoning: Understanding the spatial relationships between objects, shapes, or elements.
- Series Completion: Predicting the next item in a sequence based on patterns.
- Matrices: Solving problems involving matrices, grids, or diagrams.
- Logical Deduction: Drawing conclusions based on visual information and rules.
- Spatial Visualization: Mentally manipulating and rotating shapes or objects.

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