Involves the ability to understand and analyses visual information and solve problems using visual reasoning.
Advantages of non-verbal reasoning:
- Enhance Problem-solving techniques
Some types of questions that are tested in a verbal reasoning exam are
identifying relationships, similarities and differences between shapes and patterns, recognizing visual sequences and relationships between objects, and remembering these.
Play word games and quizzes, for example, spotting the odd one out from a list of words, giving a synonym or antonym for a word, solving anagrams.
play crosswords and word searches and play games like Hangman.
spotting the odd shape out (e.g. a four-sided shape in a group of three-sided shapes)
Working out what a shape would look like when folded
Identifying the mirror image of a given shape
Working out the next diagram in a sequence (for example a series of rectangles divided into squares, where the first has one square shaded, the second has two, the third has three, and so on)
Finding two identical shapes in a series of five shapes.