Test Partnership Verbal Reasoning Tests

Practice tests, solutions, and tips to help you pass Test Partnership verbal reasoning tests.

Test Partnership verbal reasoning practice tests

Our experts have all the advice and practice tests you need to prepare for your test. The practice tests on AssessmentDay simulate the tests used by employers, so take some of our example questions now to become familiar with the industry-standard style and layout. The best way to perform your best in a psychometric test is to be familiar with the test format and know what to expect. Practice is the best way to maximise your chances of test success.

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Taking a Test Partnership verbal reasoning test

Why do employers use Test Partnership verbal reasoning tests? Because they are better at predicting candidates' job performance than interviews, CVs and other traditional methods of selection. To quickly get a feel of what a real verbal reasoning test looks like, take one of our free practice tests below.

Employers use your verbal reasoning score, together with other selection factors such as interview performance, to help them decide which candidate is most suitable for the role. Test Partnership verbal reasoning tests used in selection usually take the form of a written passage followed by a series of questions with possible Definitely True, Probably True, Insufficient Information, Probably False or Definitely False responses. It is important you know and appreciate the meaning of each response if you are to score highly.

  • Definitely True - The statement follows logically from the information contained in the passage.
  • Probably True - The statement is likely to be true, given the information contained in the passage.
  • Insufficient Information - It is not possible to determine whether the statement is true or false without further information.
  • Probably False - The statement is likely to be false, given the information contained in the passage.
  • Definitely False - The statement is logically false from the information contained in the passage.

These multiple choice options are looking for the logic that takes place through verbal comprehension. The questions are asking you to identify, and demonstrate your understanding of, the components of language.

Free example verbal reasoning tests

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