It's easy to overlook the number of shapes when working out matrices - don't forget to count how many they are before you look for more complicated features.
Each of the questions has three shapes in a matrix. They all have something in common and you must find the shape which completes the pattern. The reason shapes are similar might be to do with position, reflection, rotation, shading or the number of shapes a figure is made of.
The best way to approach these quizzes is to look at the figures carefully, pick out one feature which appears in the matrix shape, and find that feature in one of the figures on the right. An example question has been done for you.
Author Napoleon Hill said: "Education comes from within; you get it by struggle and effort and thought." Keep this in mind as you work through this 11-Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning quiz, Matrices 6. Effort and thought will lead you to the right answers.
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