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 Post subject: Kent NVR Advice
PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 10:24 pm 
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Does any one know how many questions are set for the Kent exam (Non verbal reasoning) . Is it 72 questions in 40 mins?

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it varies


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The general time allocated per question is 30 seconds though..... So if there were 10 questions per section it would be 5 minutes for that part. The 2009 test was 18 questions over 9 minutes. Previously there had been 12 questions in 6 minutes so you see the pattern???


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Just to clarify it for me, is the NVR test several timed sections of 9 mins each (or 6mins, or whatever the time that year will be), or just one 9 mins test?


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Last year the paper consisted of 4 sections. Each section had 18 question and time allowed was 9 minutes (as far as I can remember) per section. Children were asked to do section 1 in the alloted time and at the end of that time were told to move onto the next section. If someone managed to finish the next section before the alloted time, they were not allowed to go back to the previous section. So, everybody was on the same section at any given time.


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Thanks Bromley mum.


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