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Analogies 2

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Analogies 2

Analogies can be thought of as similarities between things, based on relationships they share. As an example, fat is to thin as huge is to tiny, because the relationship is based on the fact that they are opposites.

We hope you got a great score on our 11-Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning 'Analogies' quiz number 1. If you didn't, don't worry. Concentrate really hard on the shapes and figures in 1 and 2 each time, and try to apply the same changes to 3 to come up with the right answer.

After you've answered each question you'll find a helpful comment. This can be very useful if you've got an answer wrong as it explains exactly why the correct answer is right.

If you do get any answers wrong then don't be downhearted. Jesse Jackson, the American senator and civil rights activist, put it like this: "If you fall behind, run faster. Never give up, never surrender, and rise up against the odds."

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Author:  Stephen O'Hara

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