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Anthem Short Revision Papers 11+ and 12+ Verbal Reasoning Book 1

Anthem Short Revision Papers 11+ and 12+ Verbal Reasoning Book 1

By John Connor & Pat Soper

Anthem Learning Verbal Reasoning

The ‘Anthem Short Revision Papers 11+ and 12+ Verbal Reasoning Book 1’ features a wide range of short revision tests, and is perfect for highlighting weak spots as well as consolidating skills.

PDF, 88 Pages

ISBN:9780857284273

January 2012

£7.19, $14.36

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Perfect for daily practice, the ‘Anthem Short Revision Papers 11+ and 12+ Verbal Reasoning Book 1’ features a wide variety of useful exercises. Specially designed to provide pupils with essential 11+ and 12+ verbal reasoning practice, these quick tests are an excellent means of highlighting weak spots and areas in need of further work. Featuring a multiple-choice format and concise structure, the ‘Anthem Short Revision Papers 11+ and 12+ Verbal Reasoning Book 1’ is ideal for pupils of all abilities – whether looking to master the essentials of verbal reasoning, or consolidate existing skills.

Designed to instil confidence, the ‘Anthem Short Revision Papers 11+ and 12+ Verbal Reasoning Book 1’ is ideal for anyone taking verbal reasoning tests, and is an invaluable resource for both students and parents alike.

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John Connor and Pat Soper are currently the head and deputy head teachers of Hale Preparatory School. They are recognised experts in the field of verbal reasoning, both in setting papers and guiding children to examination success.

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Anthem Learning Verbal Reasoning

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