Visuteach provides interactive online GL Assessment style 11 plus spatial reasoning questions in our Spatial Reasoning membership package. Our online GL Assessment style Spatial Reasoning membership package costs £10 for one month or £30 for six months.
Spatial reasoning is a fairly new category of questions that forms part of the 11 plus Kent Test and the Bucks (Buckinghamshire) Secondary Transfer Test (formerly known as the 11 plus). Spatial reasoning questions did not appear in GL Assessment 11 plus papers or tests before 2015, and only appear in certain regions now (e.g. Kent, Lincolnshire and Buckinghamshire). That means that there are relatively fewer familiarisation materials available for this question type than some of the other 11 plus question types.
Spatial reasoning questions test how well you can manipulate shapes and space in your head. The figure recognition, hidden shape (hidden shapes) spatial reasoning questions in the 11+ Kent Test and Bucks Secondary Transfer Test are similar to some of the Figure Recognition spatial ability questions in the UK GL Assessment CAT4 test, which is a Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT test).
Visuteach’s spatial reasoning questions are similar to the figure recognition, hidden shape sample spatial reasoning questions in the Kent Test Familiarisation Booklet and the Bucks (Buckinghamshire) Secondary Transfer Test Familiarisation Booklet, although the Visuteach spatial reasoning questions are generally slightly more difficult. We have 90 figure recognition, hidden shapes spatial reasoning questions in our Spatial Reasoning membership package.
GL Assessment Spatial Reasoning 11 Plus Demos
Visuteach 11 Plus Spatial Reasoning Sample Test
You can download and print out a pdf file of Visuteach’s sample spatial reasoning test by clicking on the link below:
Alternatively, you can open the 11 plus spatial reasoning sample test below. The sample test below can be displayed in full screen mode by clicking on the Full Screen icon (which has has four small white diagonal arrows) on the toolbar at the bottom of the passage. To exit from full screen mode, you can click on the Full Screen icon or press the Esc key on your keyboard.
For mobile users, you can use pinch and zoom to enlarge the text.
The answers to the sample test are shown in the tabs below.