The CAT4 assessment covers four types of Reasoning:
- Verbal Reasoning
- Non-Verbal Reasoning
- Quantitative Reasoning
- Spatial Reasoning
For each of these, we’ve created a detailed breakdown of the various types of questions that can appear in your child’s exam. This means you can take a systematic approach to exam preparation, ensuring every possibility is covered.
In this article, we’ll explain a little more about the possible sub-topics for CAT4 Spatial Reasoning. Spatial Reasoning in the CAT4 Test is covered in the following modules:
a) Figure Analysis
b) Figure Recognition
For each of these, we’ve further categorised every possible question based on the specific skill being assessed. We’ve listed these breakdowns below:
Question Type A: Single Fold
Question Type B: Two Folds
Question Type C: Three Folds
Question Type D: Four Folds
Question Type E: Horizontal and Vertical Folds Only
Question Type F: Diagonal Folds
Question Type G: Mixed Folds
Question Type H: Symmetrical Punched Holes
Question Type I: Asymmetrical Punched Holes
Question Type J: Mixed Style of Punched Holes
Question Type A: Rectangles
Question Type B: Same Shapes
Question Type C: Different Shapes
Question Type D: Horizontal and Vertical Lines
Question Type E: Horizontal, Vertical and 45° Diagonal Lines
Question Type F: Variable Angles and Curved Inner Lines
Question Type G: One Crossing Line
Question Type H: Two Crossing Lines
Question Type I: Three Crossing Lines
Question Type J: Four Crossing Lines
If you’ve worked through any of our CAT4 Practice Tests, you will have noticed that each Spatial Reasoning question includes one of these sub-question tags in the explanation. This allows you to identify the types of questions your child finds most challenging as you work through the practice tests.
Our CAT4 Spatial Reasoning Course then offers bitesized video tutorials explaining how to tackle each of these sub-questions, allowing your child to address any specific weaknesses.
We hope you find this information beneficial. As you can see, we ensure our resources are designed to make sure your child is fully prepared, so there are no surprises on exam day.
For a detailed breakdown of the other Reasoning sections in the CAT4 assessment, click the links below:
⦿ CAT4 Verbal Reasoning Guide
⦿ CAT4 Non-Verbal Reasoning Guide
⦿ CAT4 Quantitative Reasoning Guide
If you have specific questions about the CAT4, or any other assessment, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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