Online NVR Tests & Practice Sample Papers for 11 Plus Nonverbal Reasoning
Visuteach provides an interactive online GL Assessment 11 plus non-verbal reasoning (NVR) membership package which helps prepare for GL Assessment 11 plus non-verbal reasoning (NVR) entrance exams and admissions assessments for grammar schools, independent schools and private schools. The membership package costs £13 for one month or £30 for six months. Visuteach’s online 11 plus nonverbal reasoning membership package contains sixty GL Assessment style non verbal reasoning (NVR) questions which should be completed in thirty minutes. Our 11 plus non verbal reasoning questions are similar to, and based upon, the questions in the official GL Assessment familiarisation practice paper packs which are sold online and in shops. Our tests are online multiple-choice tests with automatic and immediate marking.
This page contains demo computer software tests of our online 11 plus GL Assessment non-verbal reasoning (NVR) membership package for grammar school, independent, private school and secondary school entrance exams. You can download a pdf file of a sample 11 plus non verbal reasoning test, and answers to the sample test questions are shown further down this web page.
11 Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning (NVR) Sample Test
You can download and print out a pdf file of Visuteach’s sample nonverbal reasoning (NVR) test by clicking on the link below:
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The answers to the NVR sample test are shown in the tabs below.
Answer : c
To get to the second pattern from the first pattern, the middle shape of the top row of the first pattern and the shape underneath it are flipped to the right. Then the first and third shapes of the top row reverse their outlines (i.e. the solid lines become dashed and the dashed lines become solid). Applying the same operations to the third pattern results in answer c.
Answer : d
Within a row, each box contains two diagonally placed circles, the bottom one white and the top one black. These circles change their diagonal orientation between boxes (i.e. changing from top left, bottom right to bottom left, top right). Each box also contains a symbol at the bottom which alternates between white and black. Within each row, each box also contains a pattern which appears once, twice or three times, and the thickness of the pattern varies from thin to medium to thick between boxes. The empty box must therefore contain the pattern in d.
Answer : b
As we move between boxes from left to right, the shape with the diagonal stripes is removed from its current box. The diagonal stripes are then transferred to one of the other shapes (i.e. the shape changes its shading to a diagonal striped shading) and this shape then becomes the next shape to be removed. The empty box therefore contains the pattern in b.
Answer : e
The first letter represents the direction of the pattern (C is upwards, with the triangle at the top, X is downwards, with the triangle at the bottom). The second letter represents the colour of the triangle (Y is white, H is black). The third letter represents the number of internal lines in the pattern (Z is 2, B is 3). The pattern to the left of the codes is in a downwards position (so its first letter is X), has a white triangle (so its second letter is Y) and has three internal lines (so its third letter is B). Therefore its code is XYB and the answer is e.
Answer : c
Each of the two patterns on the left has a medium width rectangle which has two of its sides crossed by each of the other two rectangles and these two rectangles do not cross each other. Also one of the two rectangles must cross the medium width rectangle at right angles. The most like pattern is therefore c.