In Singapore, the GEP Selection Test comes with a component called the General Ability test, and this is delivered in two papers across two days. Usually, General Ability 1 is sat with the English paper, and focuses on verbal reasoning. General Ability 2 is taken with the Mathematics paper, and focuses on non-verbal reasoning.
We’ve previously shared about the General Ability test as a whole, and offered some sample questions from the non-verbal reasoning component.
But here today, let’s go on to examine some of the verbal reasoning questions to learn what to expect of these type of tests!