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Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

Type 1 In each of the following questions, find the letters that best complete the series. The alphabet has been provided to assist you. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ EXAMPLE JW KS LO MK NG [ ___ ] Answer : OC 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. SR BX OM GY LI MA JF TD ID [ ______ ] AH AO BW DF GP KA [ ______ ] OX ME LM LV MF OQ [ ______ ] 14. LM HJ DG ZD VA [ ______ ] FH ZE TC NB HB BC [ ______ ] QQ VV AA FF KK PP [ ______ ] 13.

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Type 5 In each of the following questions, 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. EXAMPLE CLEAN [ SAFE ] FRESH ALTAR [ ____________ ] CUFFS

THROW [ ROWS ] YOURS EXACT [ ____________ ] AREAS MEANS [ HAND ] AHEAD CLEAR [ ____________ ] ABOUT PHASE [ FLASH ] FAILS BREAK [ ____________ ] CELLS DOING [ RING ] GRAND PROUD [ ____________ ] ALARM GATES [ VOTES ] MOVES WHERE [ ____________ ] ADAPT ENDED [ HEAP ] PATCH CATCH [ ____________ ] NAMES

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What does 3573 mean [ ______ ]

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What is the code for ISSUES [ ______ ] What does 6152 mean [ ______ ]

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What is the code for HOSTEL [ ______ ] What does 6776 mean [ ______ ] What is the code for SPOTTED [ ______ ]

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IDLE BUDS PILE DIES 2517 5317 4836 SLOT HELD STOP SLOW 1253 1354 8726

Type 3 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.

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Answer : FACT

Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

Type 6 In the following questions there are three pairs of words. You must complete the third pair in the same way as the first two pairs. EXAMPLE ( MINUTE, MENU ) ( CENTRE, CENT ) ( SPIRIT, __________ ) Answer : STIR 19. (OPTION, INTO) (ACTION, INTO) (RETAIN, __________ ) 20. (STABLE, SLAB) (FILLED, FELL) (FORMAL, __________ ) 27. 28. 29. 30. 21. (AMAZED, DAZE) (ANIMAL, LAMA) (RISING, __________ ) 22. (ENSURE, SEEN) (ABSENT, STAB) (ASSURE, __________ ) 23.

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Type 7 In each of the following 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. EXAMPLE She said EWELL before she boarded the plane. Answer : FAR 25. 26. She KS them all by heart The terrier was DWAR by the St Bernard But HING else is the same TE was total silence The TH was absolutely the reverse The TLE boys were wild for this

(ENTERS, REST) (INSIST, SITS) (INSIDE, __________ )

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(MIDDLE, LIED) (EASIER, EARS)

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(RESULT, __________ )

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31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

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EXAMPLE BLOCK RAIN BUSHY CASE FAXED AIRY VOWED OUCH SALVE LIED SWAMP EARL FLIPS RAYS

Type 9 In each of the following 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.

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_________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________

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Answer : B (LOCK BRAIN) _________ _________

Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

Type 10 In each of the following 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. EXAMPLE STOR ( __ ) AMS

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Type 13 For each of the following questions, find two words, one from each group, that are most similar in meaning. EXAMPLE (save jump sell) (king keep hero) Answer : save keep

CARR ( __ ) ARD Answer : Y PUL ( __ ) OOPS BRIE ( __ ) ALLS NIC ( __ ) NEE SIG ( __ ) EAR H ( __ ) UTER TI ( __ ) URSE

49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

(lessen lesson lifting) (pushing minimize teacher) (amplifier noises impact) (guitar silence crash) (reprimand chief award) (justice scold winner) (stubborn aboard abhor) (ship influenced hate) (pat know grab) (intuitive bob touch) (hazy crystal bee) (clear buzz cloudy)

37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42.

TOO ( __ ) EGS LEA ( __ ) AKE NEC ( __ ) EEN SOUT ( __ ) OPE HELL ( __ ) NTO NOO ( __ ) EED

Type 11 In each of the following 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.

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EXAMPLE (fresh habit mixed) (acted glass at) Answer : habitat 43. (mail straight lies) (forward drive giving) 44. (cannot water kinds) (jokes fall blind) 45. (token under link) (go secure cursor) 46. (out left stolen) (each let title) 47. (trace hoping desk) (buy signal able) 48. (lights are square) (team hands as)

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Type 14 For each of the following questions, find the two words that are different from the other three.

55. ant maroon beige copper cherry 56. brine catfish falcon beer oil 57. chilling creepy cut cold scary 58. lawyer daisy peanut walnut macadamia 59. ash sycamore fir cigarette fox 60. salsa glazier tango garlic mambo

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octopus lion shark elephant eel Answer : lion elephant

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Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

Type 17 For each of the following questions, numbers have been allocated to letters. Work out the answer to the sum and mark the appropriate letter on the answer sheet or in the space provided. EXAMPLE A = 3, B = 6, C = 23, D = 9, E = 31 B x D - C = [ ___ ] Answer : E 74. 61. A = 12, B = 7, C = 2, D = 4, E = 1 A + E - D - C = [ ____ ] A = 18, B = 11, C = 7, D = 1, E = 12 A - E - D + C = [ ____ ] A = 36, B = 9, C = 3, D = 8, E = 1 B x D - A = [ ____ ] A = 1, B = 11, C = 5, D = 9, E = 17 C x A + E - B = [ ____ ] A = 17, B = 16, C = 8, D = 9, E = 29 B - C + A - D = [ ____ ] 75. 76. 77. 78. 73.

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Type 20 For each of the following questions, find the number that best completes the sum. EXAMPLE 12 x 3 ÷ 4 = 20 + 7 - [ ___ ] Answer : 18 42 + 29 + 30 = 27 - 16 + [ ____ ] 29 + 28 + 33 = 22 - 28 + [ ____ ] 13 x 3 - 39 = 15 x 5 - [ ____ ]

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A = 5, B = 42, C = 28, D = 48, E = 17 D - B + A + E = [ ____ ]

Type 19 In each of the following questions, 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. EXAMPLE ( 3 [ 12 ] 4 ) ( 7 [ 35 ] 5 ) ( 9 [ ____ ] 2 ) Answer : 18 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. ( 22 [ 43 ] 19 ) ( 17 [ 23 ] 4 ) ( 24 [ ___ ] 9 ) ( 28 [ 57 ] 1 ) ( 19 [ 63 ] 25 ) ( 22 [ ___ ] 9 ) ( 13 [ 17 ] 1 ) ( 28 [ 11 ] 4 ) ( 18 [ ___ ] 2 ) ( 28 [ 58 ] 2 ) ( 2 [ 14 ] 10 ) ( 9 [ ___ ] 26 ) ( 27 [ 78 ] 24 ) ( 3 [ 21 ] 15 ) ( 15 [ ___ ] 7 ) ( 29 [ 20 ] 11 ) ( 16 [ 12 ] 8 ) ( 6 [ ___ ] 18 )

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Type 21 For each question, read the information provided and then answer the question that follows.

79. Shana has more money than Larry who has the same amount of money as Kris. Duncan has half as much as Shana, although he has more than Francis. Which one of the following must be true? A) Duncan has twice as much as Francis. B) Larry has the same amount of money as Duncan. C) Shana has the most money. D) Francis has more money than Larry and Kris. E) Kris has more money than Larry.

80. My watch is 5 minutes slow. It takes me 3 minutes to clean my teeth. What is the real time when I finish cleaning my teeth, if my watch showed 21:32 when I started?

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23 + 6 + 11 = 18 - 35 + [ ____ ] 9 - 16 - 38 = 48 + 6 - [ ____ ] 5 ÷ 5 - 19 = 43 - 21 - [ ____ ]

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Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

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Multiple Choice Answer Sheet for Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

T1 Ex.

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q5

Q6

T3 Ex.

Q7

Q8

Q9

Q10

Q11

Q12

T5 Ex.

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Q16

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T6 Ex.

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Q19 Q20 Q21

PEEP DEED SLIP BLED SLID

854871 850580 802902 487180 851372

SHED PEEP DEED HELL LOOT

1416335 8120076 1633535 1453376 1407696

FACT DOGS MAKE FACE DIGS

ARMS ASKS ARTS FEED AREA

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GRIN GIRO PLOY GRAB GREW

Q30 Q29

Q24

T7 Ex.

Q25

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Q26 Q27

LOVE TANK LOOP LOUD WANT

ADMIT AVOID ADDED ADEPT ADAPT

TALE JUNK SCAN LIFE COAT

WRAP STAR STIR STOP RATS

ISLE MAPS TASK ANTI DEAD

FARM PINK BECK FALL FACT

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Q14 Q15

OV OC CO VC CB

BH BX BW XW BV

PM PP PB DR BP

RA BK JS RC RR

RP FN RX PX RN

VL LR VE XD VX

UX UE XQ UU UL

No example for this type

LISP DIPS PILL DIED LULL

568153 390815 560753 565039 566876

SELF BEER BEAT BENT FAKE

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CLEAN CLOSE CLEAR PIANO DEATH

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REST SEAS SELF SETS SEEK

T9 Ex.

RISE DISC FLAT DIES DIRE

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LEND LETS SEEM LUMP LESS

AND TOP TIN FAR EWE

ION NOR NOD NIT NOW

FEE SET FEN FEW FED

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AIM FAT NOT DUG BOX

HEN COD LOG HER HUM

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RUT ATE RUM BAR RUE

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LIT CUT BUY WIT WED

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B L O C K

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B U S H Y

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Q35

T10 Ex.

Q37

F A X E D

T11 Ex.

V O W E D

S A L V E

S W A M P

F L I P S

T E Y S J

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L R T V P

R X D L F

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O T J E K

F V H N P

L Z M O E

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P L N X T

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fresh habit mixed

Q47

Q43

acted glass at

mail straight lies

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forward drive giving

cannot water kinds

T13 Ex.

jokes fall blind

Q49

token under link

go secure cursor

Q50

out left stolen

each let title

trace hoping desk

buy signal able

lights are square

team hands as

save jump sell

king keep hero

lessen lesson lifting

pushing minimize teacher

amplifier noises impact

guitar silence crash

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Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

Q51 Q52 Q53 Q54

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reprimand chief award

justice scold winner

stubborn aboard abhor

ship influenced hate

pat know grab

intuitive bob touch

hazy crystal bee

clear buzz cloudy

octopus lion shark elephant eel

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Q55

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Q57

Q58

Q59

Q60

ant maroon beige copper cherry

Q63 Q64

brine catfish falcon beer oil

Q65

chilling creepy cut cold scary

Q66

lawyer daisy peanut walnut macadamia

T19 Ex. Q67

ash sycamore fir cigarette fox

Q68 Q69

salsa glazier tango garlic mambo

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T17 Ex.

A B C D E

A B C D E

A B C D E

T20 Ex.

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Q78 T21 Ex.

A B C D E

A B C D E

A B C D E

A B C D E

3 18 19 22 26

33 45 37 77 35

63 49 85 53 56

12 22 41 13 25

42 54 44 51 64

44 66 37 33 53

18 51 10 12 29

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16 18 19 27 7

Q80

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99 90 132 86 109

143 96 94 104 115

82 115 71 85 75

90 68 57 61 56

107 138 99 96 117

59 39 40 45 69

No example for this type

A B C D E

21:31 21:40 21:29 21:37 21:35

Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

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Answers to Verbal Reasoning Full-Length Practice Paper 3

TYPE 1: 1) BH 2) PM 3) RC 4) RX 9) SLIP 5) VE 6) UU 11) DEED 12) 1453376 18) SCAN TYPE 3: 7) DIED 8) 566876 TYPE 5: 13) ARTS TYPE 6: 19) ANTI TYPE 7: 25) NOW 14) BEAT 20) FARM 26) FED 33) V 39) K

10) 851372

15) CLEAR 21) GRIN 27) NOT 34) V 40) H

16) LOUD 22) SEAS

17) ADEPT 23) DIES

24) LETS

28) HER 35) P 36) F 42) N

29) RUT

30) LIT

TYPE 9: 31) H 32) F TYPE 10: 37) L 38) F

41) O

TYPE 11: 43) straight forward TYPE 13: 49) lessen minimize TYPE 14: 55) ant cherry TYPE 17: 61) B 62) E TYPE 19: 67) 35 68) 53 TYPE 20: 73) 90 74) 96 TYPE 21: 79) C 80) 21:40

44) water fall

45) under go

46) out let

47) trace able 52) abhor hate

48) are as

50) impact crash

51) reprimand scold

56) catfish falcon 63) A 64) B 65) B

57) cut cold 66) C 72) 12 78) 40

58) lawyer daisy

69) 13 75) 75

70) 44 76) 57

71) 37 77) 99

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53) pat touch 59) cigarette fox 60) glazier garlic

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