Type 1: Complete the series
- You are given a series of letters. These letters follow a specific pattern. Your task is to find the pattern and the work out the next two letters in the sequence.
Type 2: Words into codes
- You are given a word that has been written in code. The word and its code have been given to you. You must crack this code and find the second word/code.
Type 3: Four words, three codes
- You have been given four words and three codes. The codes are not necessarily written in the same order as the words and one code is missing. Once you have figured out which word belongs to each code, answer the questions that follow.
Type 4: Analogies
- You are given two groups of letters with a certain relationship. A next group of letters are given and you must find the missing letters.
Type 5: Forming words according a rule
- In these questions you are given a group of words with three words in. The word in brackets in the second group must be made from the words outside the brackets in the same way as the word in brackets in the first group is made from the words outside the brackets in the first group. Find the missing word.
Type 6: Words from a rule
- In these questions there are three pairs of words. You must complete the third pair in the same way as the first two pairs.
Type 7: Missing three letter word
- In these questions, you are given a sentence. One of the words is missing three consecutive letters, which on their own make a real word. You need to find the missing letters which will complete the word in capitals in the best way to ensure the sentence makes sense.
Type 8: Four letter hidden word
- In these questions, you are given a sentence in which a four letter word is hidden at the end of one word and the beginning of the next word. Find the pair of words that contain a real four letter word.
Type 9: Two words by moving a letter
- In these questions, you are given two words. Choose one letter that can be moved from the word on the left to the word on the right, making two new words. You cannot rearrange any letters, but the letter that you move can fit anywhere in the second word.
Type 10: Two new words by adding the same letter
- In these questions, find the one letter that will complete the word in front of the brackets and begin the word after the brackets. The same letter must fit into both sets of brackets.
Type 11: New word by combining two other words
- In these questions, find the two words, one from each group, that together make a new, real word. The word from the group on the left always comes first.
Type 12: Antonyms
- You are given 2 groups of three words each. You must choose two words, one from each group, which are most opposite in meaning.
Type 13: Synonyms
- You are given 2 groups of three words each. You must choose two words, one from each group, which are most similar in meaning.
Type 14: Words different in meaning
- You are given five words. Three of these words are related in some or other way. You must find the two words that are different from the rest.
Type 15: Analogies
- Choose the correct words to complete the sentences.
Type 16: One word, different meanings
- You are given two groups of two words each and five separate words. You must choose from the five words the word that goes equally well with both groups of words.
Type 17: Substitution
- For these questions, numbers have been allocated to letters. Work out the answer to the given formula.
Type 18: Number sequences
- You are given a number sequence. Your task is to find the rule and then work out the next number in the sequence.
Type 19: Numbers according to a certain rule.
- In these questions, you are given three sets of three numbers in each set. The numbers in the third group must be related to each other in the same way as the numbers in each of the other two groups. Find the missing number.
Type 20: Number calculations (LHS equals RHS)
- You are given a number sentence and you must work out the missing number.
Type 21: Logical Reasoning
- You are given some information and you must answer the questions related to the information.
Type 22: Alphabetical order of words.
- In these questions, you are given five words which you must arrange in alphabetical order.
- You are given a word and must choose from the answer choices the word that cannot be formed from the letters of the given word.
Type 24: Sense of direction (VIDEO)
- In this type of questions you are given information on how a far a person or object moves and in which directions it turns. You must then decide how far and in which direction the person is from his starting point.
- In this type of questions, a group of words are given. Your task is to arrange these words in a meaningful order such as the sequence of occurrence of events, sequence from part to whole or sequence of increasing/decreasing size, and then choose the correct sequence from the answer choices.
Type 26: Deriving conclusions from passages
- In this type of verbal reasoning you are given a passage followed by five statements. The statements refer to the passage. Your task is to read the passage and then to determine if the statement is true, false or that you cannot tell if the statement is true or false.