The CAT4 assessment covers four types of 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.
Read on to learn more about the possible sub-topics for CAT4 Verbal Reasoning.
Verbal Reasoning in the CAT4 Test is covered in the following modules:
a) Verbal Classification
b) Verbal Analogies
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: Connected Nouns
Question Type B: Connected Verbs
Question Type C: Synonyms (Nouns)
Question Type D: Synonyms (Verbs)
Question Type E: Synonyms (Adjectives)
Question Type F: Nature
Question Type G: Food and Drink
Question Type H: Family
Question Type I: Weather and Climate
Question Type J: Body Parts
Question Type K: Rooms
Question Type L: Emotions
Question Type M: Vehicles
Question Type N: Jobs
Question Type O: Subjects
Question Type P: Connectives
Question Type A: Opposites
Question Type B: Synonyms
Question Type C: Adjective-Verb Connections
Question Type D: Adjective-Noun Connections
Question Type E: Noun-Verb Connections
Question Type F: Pronouns
Question Type G: Animals
Question Type H: Relations
Question Type I: Food and Drink
Question Type J: Professions
Question Type K: The Body
Question Type L: Time and Measurements
Question Type M: Parts of a Whole
Question Type N: Comparisons
Question Type O: Group Sets
Question Type P: Pairings
If you’ve worked through any of our CAT4 Practice Tests, you will have noticed that each Verbal 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 Verbal 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 Spatial 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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