Verbal reasoning tests are used by employers in the hiring process because research has demonstrated that psychometric tests can be a good indicator of a candidates ability and future job performance.
The most effective way to prepare for your verbal reasoning assessment is to practice. There is no substitute for putting in the hours and practicing as many questions as possible prior to sitting your assessment.
By sitting as many questions as possible you will find that your speed, accuracy and timings improve and these are the key factors that affect your performance. The reason for this is that you will start to become familiar with the format and common pitfalls candidates encounter when sitting their verbal reasoning assessments.
The lecturer has been structured in a way that the lectures first start with the required Concepts and techniques that are needed to solve any question from verbal reasoning, followed by practice questions from that area and additional videos from Rodha.
At Rodha, we have tried our best to cover all sub-areas asked in the test with the required amount of practice questions from each area, we also give good and understanding insight into the course. We wish you a very great and happy learning with Rodha.
Verbal Section is designed to test your command of standard written English, your skills in analysing arguments, and your ability to read critically. The section consists of three question types: Grammar, Language, and Vocabulary
Grammar is the system of a language. People sometimes describe grammar as the "rules" of a language; but in fact no language has rules*. If we use the word "rules", we suggest that somebody created the rules first and then spoke the language, like a new game. But languages did not start like that. Languages started by people making sounds which evolved into words, phrases and sentences. No commonly-spoken language is fixed. All languages change over time. What we call "grammar" is simply a reflection of a language at a particular time.
Language is the expression of ideas by means of speech-sounds combined into words. Words are combined into sentences, this combination answering to that of ideas into thoughts. A system of conventional spoken, manual, or written symbols by means of which human beings, as members of a social group and participants in its culture, express themselves. The functions of language include communication, the expression of identity, play, imaginative expression, and emotional release.
A vocabulary is a set of familiar words within a person's language. A vocabulary, usually developed with age, serves as a useful and fundamental tool for communication and acquiring knowledge. Vocabulary is commonly defined as "all the words known and used by a particular person". Knowing a word, however, is not as simple as merely being able to recognize or use it. There are several aspects of word knowledge that are used to measure word knowledge.
Very good course. All basic concepts are explained in detail
Mar 02, 2018