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PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2006 12:32 pm 

Could anyone whose child has sat NFER NVR paper shed any light as to the question types. Are they the same as those in the practice NFER papers - See below- Or are there others that need to practised ...

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Could anyone also be kind enough to recommend any pratice material.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2006 6:13 pm 

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Hello Jessica,

The NVR exam for Lincolnshire this year consisted of 4 sections, with 16 questions in 3 of the sections and 17 in the 4th, each section to be completed in 8 minutes. I am not sure which of the question types you mention were covered but there were not any other types included.

We used for practice the following:

Bond: How to do Non-Verbal Reasoning - a good introduction to method
AFN: Non-Verbal Reasoning Practice Tests - a bit easier than NFER but
same types - they are multi-choice and allow more time so you
need to answer on the sheet and cut dwn on the time allowed to
simulate the real thing more closely.
Eleven Plus Exams: Non-Verbal Reasoning Practice Teats 1 2 & 3 - down-
loadable from this site.

There are more suggestions on the Non Verbal Reasoning section, I think from Andrew the Poet.

Good Luck.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 11:40 am 
Hi Jessica

We practised with the Bond 'How to do non-verbal reasoning' step by step guide, however these were so easy compared to the NFER practice NV papers that it was quite a shock for my son, myself and my husband when we got round to doing the NFER papers. We couldn't believe that they expect a child to work out some of the questions in 30secs. I think as Alex suggests practice with a variety of papers as what my son got on the day threw him as I think the format was different to what he was expecting. Hidden shapes, nets of cubes, similarities are also covered in the Bond books. Good luck.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 12:56 pm 
Thanks for all that useful inforamtion.


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