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Sample 11+ Assessment Test — Verbal Reasoning
Allow 50 minutes to do this test. Work as quickly and as carefully as you can. If you want to answer these questions in multiple-choice format, use the separate multiple-choice answer sheet. If you’d prefer to answer them in standard write-in format, just follow the instructions in the question. The number codes for three of these four words are listed in a random order. Work out the code to answer the questions. DEAR MEAD WARE DRAM 1435 6342 5231 1. Find the code for the word DRAM. 2. Find the code for the word REAM. 3. Find the word that has the number code 6234. ( __________ ) ( __________ ) ( __________ ) /3

The number codes for three of these four words are listed in a random order. Work out the code to answer the questions. REST MITE STIR TRIM 1456 3154 4231 ( __________ ) ( __________ ) ( __________ ) /3

4. Find the code for the word MITE. 5. Find the code for the word SEMI. 6. Find the word that has the number code 1246.

The words in the second set follow the same pattern as the words in the first set. Find the missing word to complete the second set. Example: vile (vet) fact

sew ) blow sale ( _______
what ( __________ ) down drum ( __________ ) see pest ( __________ ) cope silk ( __________ ) plan cork ( __________ ) ache glide ( __________ ) audit rent ( __________ ) acre /7

7. road (ramp) poem 8. clip (pile) led 9. soft (lift) file 10. pace (car) rock 11. pear (maps) mass 12. shone (over) river 13. mild (lime) idle

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bar (?) ilt fle (?) ull los (?) ure war (?) ose for (?) elt rin (?) ind Find the pair of letters that continues each sequence in the best way. Either mark the letter on the answer sheet. 16. My cousin wears ARMDS in the swimming pool. Example: car (?) asy fir (?) ver e ) ( _______ ( _______ ) ( _______ ) ( _______ ) ( _______ ) ( _______ ) /5 19. The dog ran into the sea and SPLED around joyfully. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R ST UV W XY Z ER FT ML CW WS HS GP HU PP FU IN JR TU LQ Example: CT DW KI WA XT MQ KL ) ( ________ ( ________ ) ( ________ ) ( ________ ) ( ________ ) ( ________ ) /5 Carry on to the next question Æ Æ 24. Use the alphabet to help you.co.uk . JG 26. Example: I’ll put some GED cheese on the pizza. pin (?) ave 21. 15. TC 27. I always choose HOCK at the fish and chip shop. KV WQ XN JN EP Sample 11+ Assessment Test — Verbal Reasoning Downloaded from elevenplusexams. At the market there was homemade VANA ice cream. bra (?) est 22. The WHER got worse when we reached the top of the hill. 17. 18. goa (?) efy 20. The same letter must be used for both pairs. and finishes the sentence in a sensible way. Find the letter that will finish the first word and start the second word of each pair. ZT 28. or write it on the line. loo (?) ole 23. BV 25. ( __________ RAT ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) /5 14.2 © CGP 2012 Find the three-letter word that completes the word in capital letters.

Cobras have a hood around their faces. only one of the sentences below must be true. No two people throw their stone on the same number. Charlie’s stone lands on number 6. Tilly. Artur wasn’t faster than Louise. Her pyjamas should have been washed. We watched Jian and Laura celebrate. 30. only one of the sentences below cannot be true. Fiona was faster than Hada. Which one? A B C D E Fiona got back first. Sylvia. Louise got back second.uk . Ken got all the clues right but finished last. but finished after her. If these statements are true. 29. Sylvia’s stone lands on 7. If these statements are true. Hada. Fiona came third. 34. Nobody’s stone lands on the numbers 1. 32. 35. 5 or 10.© CGP 2012 3 Read the information carefully. Carry on to the next question Æ Æ Sample 11+ Assessment Test — Verbal Reasoning Downloaded from elevenplusexams. Norio’s stone lands on number 2. wine ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) /5 31. Norio and Pavle play hopscotch on a grid with the numbers 1-10. Fiona was faster than Artur.co. Sylvia’s stone lands on a higher number than Charlie’s. but got two clues wrong. Example: I want to win every time. Fiona and Louise do a treasure hunt with five clues to find. 33. or write the hidden word on the line. Ken. Pavle’s stone lands on number 9. Either mark the part of the sentence that contains the hidden word on the answer sheet. Top athletes run around the track. Hada got more questions right than Louise. Charlie. Louise scored the least points. Only Tilly and Charlie throw their stones onto even numbers. Hada was faster than Ken. Heat the cumin thoroughly before using. Norio’s stone lands on a lower number than anyone else’s. Artur. Which one? A B C D E Tilly’s stone lands on number 5. /2  In each sentence below a four-letter word is hidden at the end of one word and the start of the next. and only got one question wrong. then use it to answer the question that follows.

what is MRTSG the code for? ( ____________ ) 38. (release acquit) 51.co. 4 ) Example: 7 + 5 = 3 × ( ______ 43. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R ST UV W XY Z NSQF ) Example: If the code for SEAT is QCYR. If the code for TREE is WWHJ. 15 ÷ 3 × 12 = 41 + ( ______ ) 46. what is the code for PUSH? ( ___________ 36. 3 × 9 – 14 = 24 – ( ______ ) 45. (access doorway) 52. If the code for PILE is LFPH. what is UOLDVI the code for? ( ____________ ) 41.uk . what is DVL the code for? ( ____________ ) 37. If the code for STYLE is XPBJF. 24 ÷ 4 + 5 = 66 ÷ ( ______ ) 47. Use the alphabet to help you work out the answer to each question. If the code for TRAP is RNUH. what is the code for LIFT? ( ____________ ) 39. If the code for SHAPE is HSZKV. 9 + 8 – 5 = 2 × ( ______ ) 44. what is the code for COVE? ( ____________ ) 40. (allow agree) 49.4 © CGP 2012 Each question uses a different code. (topic theme) (warrant licence) let permit consent authorisation enable (walk trek) (leak ooze) (delight charm) hike pageant tramp march procession liberate exude pardon drip discharge entrance portal captivate bewitch gate /5 (citizen resident) issue inhabitant subject person point Carry on to the next question Æ Æ Sample 11+ Assessment Test — Verbal Reasoning Downloaded from elevenplusexams. If the code for TREMOR is GIVNLI. what is the code for MINT? ( ____________ ) /7  Find the missing number to complete each sum. If the code for PIG is NJE. (protest rally) 50. what is the code for LIMIT? ( ____________ ) 42. Example: (feathers fluff) (sad upset) blue fur down unhappy miserable /5 48. 8 × 6 – 13 + 3 = 7 × 6 – ( ______ ) Mark the word outside the brackets that has a similar meaning to the words in both sets of brackets.

© CGP 2012 5 Find the number that continues each sequence in the best way. Lauren. 18. 1. Destroy is to (erase finish obliterate) as build is to (invent originate assemble). Adrian. 4. Adrian and Iskander are the only boys that go on the climbing wall. that complete the sentence in the most sensible way. 15. 4. Clare and Ekta both bought knitted scarves. 2. 8. ( ______ ) 55. 17. 14. 25. 19. 14. Chandni bought a patchwork quilt and a silk scarf. 2. 20. 1. /5 Read the information carefully. Ekta and Chandni went to a craft fair. one from each set of brackets. Steph. 11 ( ______ ) 56. ( ______ ) Mark two words. 33 ) Example: 13. 24. Heart is to (circulation blood arteries) as lungs is to (organ air throat). Four children go on the climbing wall. 21. 63. 31. then use it to answer the question that follows. ( ______ ) 58. 6. 5. 27. Example: Roof is to (gutter chimney tiles) as wall is to (paint strong bricks). Sarah and Lucas learn to make origami frogs. 21.uk . 5. 23. 23. 64.co. 9. 28. Steph could only afford a painting. Four of the girls bought wooden ornaments. 8. 61. 62. 16. Iskander. Sarah is tired after she goes swimming. ( ______ 53. Iris and Lucas go on a summer day camp. Iris plays tennis after she goes on the bouncy castle. 9. 20. 29. Steph was the only one who didn’t buy a painted postcard. Adrian and Iskander win a tennis tournament. Proceed is to (advance resume move) as recede is to (rewind withdraw recoil). Clare. 16. 60. Sarah. ( ______ ) 54. 17. Soldier is to (virtuous honourable amiable) as traitor is to (crass deserter shameful). One is to (arithmetic addition telescope) as two is to (binoculars subtraction abacus). Lauren bought a patchwork quilt. Which child bought the most things? ( ________________ ) 65. /6 59. Which child does the fewest activities? ( ________________ ) /2 Carry on to the next question Æ Æ Sample 11+ Assessment Test — Verbal Reasoning Downloaded from elevenplusexams. ( ______ ) 57.

70. Find the number that completes the final set of numbers in the same way as the first two sets. (QT FA RS RT FL). 2 (8) 18 73. Example: steam cue fog tor ode run pot team ) ( ___________ ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) post ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) ( ___________ ) Total /5 / 80 End of Test 76. (WK HX WL AG VL). heard 80. broad 77.6 © CGP 2012 Find the pair of letters that completes each sentence in the most sensible way. 5 (21) 4 75. WB is to AJ as SC is to 69. 1 (17) 7 5 (35) 7 12 (5) 22 17 (11) 5 9 (28) 3 4 (13) 2 4 ( _____ ) 4 3 ( _____ ) 17 4 ( _____ ) 8 6 ( _____ ) 2 5 ( _____ ) 4 /5 Remove one letter from the first word and add it to the second word to make two new words. Do not rearrange the other letters. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R ST UV W XY Z Example: BN is to EK as HT is to (EW KW EQ KQ EP). (NN FR SO JQ JR). 3 (18) 6 72. /5 66. Example: 24 (14) 10 15 (9) 6 6 )2 8 ( _____ 71. Either mark the letter that moves on the answer sheet.uk . DM is to NW as HK is to (QT PS NS PW SP). or write the two new words on the lines.co. PS is to RY as HL is to 67. PH is to VC as YO is to (DI EI BL TT EJ). farce 78. genie Sample 11+ Assessment Test — Verbal Reasoning Downloaded from elevenplusexams. BJ is to YQ as IH is to 68. Use the alphabet to help you. found 79. 13 (21) 29 74.

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