Verbal Reasoning Tests

Online Verbal tests assess candidate's ability to perceive and analyse verbal information and draw conclusions from the given text passages. Verbal tests are widely used in companies to assess graduates and professionals. Start taking Free Verbal Test or purchase the complete Verbal Tests package now.

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Start preparing for your online company test today. You will find real online verbal tests to practice with over 200 questions with solutions. Every year we help over 100,000 people take online aptitude tests with confidence at companies all around the world.

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Why do companies ask to complete psychometric tests?

When you apply for a job at a company there is a high chance that you will be asked to complete online tests. Depending on what role you are applying, tests may differ (e.g. Numerical, Verbal, Logical, Situational.)

These tests are designed to assess your ability to work with data, either numerical, verbal or visual. Once you complete the tests, a recruiter can then decide whether to proceed to the next interview stage.

What are Verbal Reasoning tests?

Verbal Reasoning tests assess candidate’s ability to understand and process the context from the given paragraph. When taking Verbal reasoning assessment, for each question you will be given a short text passage and one question, where you are expected to give an answer of ‘True’, ‘False’ or ‘Cannot Say’.

Verbal reasoning tests are widely used in companies, like NHS, BBC, BT Group, Lloyds Bank, RBS, AECOM and many others in between the recruitment stages. You will be invited to complete Verbal reasoning assessment after you submit an application form or during your group exercise.

What to know before taking Verbal Reasoning tests?

First thing to know before taking any reasoning test is that those assessments are time limited. You are required to complete the test within the given timeframe (usually 18 to 25 min). Be prepared before taking the assessment: make sure your laptop is fully charged or plugged into the power source, and your internet connection is stable (you will be surprised to know how many people failed their online tests just because their Wi-Fi dropped for a second). A blank sheet of paper and a pencil will also help you write any notes.

As mentioned before, Verbal tests assess perception of information, logical thinking and reading speed of the candidate. You will be given a short text passage and one question. Therefore, it is crucial to be able to quickly navigate through text and extract the context. No specific or advanced reading skills required, however. In many cases, you are not allowed to travel around the questions, therefore accuracy of your answer choice is also important. Our Platform lets you simulate all possible variations of the assessment: with or without the question travel, time limit, negative marking and more.

Myths about taking Verbal tests

Myth: You will need special verbal skills to pass Verbal aptitude tests.
Fact: You are not required to have advanced verbal skills to succeed on verbal assessment. However, you will need to read and analyse information as quickly as possible, without losing the context.

Myth: You need to read a ton of books before taking Verbas assessment.
Fact: Reading books is good in general, but not required if you want to pass Verbal assessment.

Myth: Scientific language is always presented in Verbal tests.
Fact: Although you may find some scientific words or phrases in the passsage, almost certainly there would be an explanation. You are not required to have deep knowledge in specific science areas.

Myth: Practicing few tests could improve your chances of passing the real assessment.
Fact: You need to practice a lot. That's why we include at least 10-13 questions in each of our Verbal tests.

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Can I practice online Verbal Reasoning Tests for free?

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