This blog will provide an insight into verbal reasoning and give advice on how to boost your child's confidence in this key topic area.
Firstly, your child will already have picked up several skills to support verbal reasoning, at school. However, becoming familiar with the main question types that could appear is vital to success in this often-dominant exam topic. The verbal reasoning question types to familiarise your child with will be different depending on which exam board’s assessment your child is preparing for (CEM or GL Assessment).
In this article we will be focusing on how to improve spelling, punctuation and grammar in relation to the 11+ tests. In numerous 11+ exams children are exposed to questions which test these three components. Firstly, students will need time to build their confidence in spelling, understand punctuation conventions, and develop a good grammatical knowledge. Throughout this blog we will give plenty of tips and hints on how to best tackle these vital 11+ question types.