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 Post subject: Practice papers - mark 2
PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 9:54 pm 
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(edited because the typing was awful!)

Hi
first please excuse the typing if there are mistakes - I've just cut my thumb and it won't stop bleeding!

My DS is sitting the test later this year. He is v. young (dob 28.8.99).

He competed a 'verbal reasoning mult choice familiarization test 11C' today, given to him by his tutor for homework. I didn't time him as I didn't want to put too much pressure on, but at a guess I would say it was within the time, or thereabouts - sorry to be vague.

Anway, he scored 80 out of 85 - he didn't answer the last question as he couldn't do it. I've told him to guess if he really doesn't know.

My question is - what does this score mean in real terms? Is it good enough at this stage?

By the way the question was an alphabet sequence - he got the other 5 in the section correct.

If the code for WINE is DRMV,
what is the code for WHISKY?

I couldn't get it either!


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 10:26 pm 
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Dear Nicki

Firstly I hope you have stopped bleeding!

The score is very good, especially as you have another 8 months to go.

The code you have shown is a mirror code, take a look at the following link for an explanation…

viewtopic.php?p=75657#75657

Patricia


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