Letter Series 3
When you are looking at a series of letters, notice if they go forwards - or backwards!
In these 11-Plus verbal reasoning quizzes you will be given a sequence of letters and you have to find the next group in the series. There will always be two letters in the pattern, and always five sets of two letters in the question. You must find the sixth.
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The alphabet is given above to help you. Find the group of letters that will continue the series in the most sensible way. When you have found the most appropriate group of letters, choose the correct answer from the four choices available.
AT BS CR DQ EP
The first letter in each group of letters is in alphabetical order, with no spaces. The second letter in each group of letters is in reverse alphabetical order, with no spaces. So we need to look for the letter after E and the letter before P.