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Odd One Out 6
One of the pencils is different - which one?

Odd One Out 6

How are you getting on in our 11-Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning quizzes? By now you should be a master of spotting the odd one out.

Each of the questions has four shapes in a row. They all have something in common, except one. You must find the odd one out. Choose the shape that you think does not go with the other three and select A, B, C or D as your answer. The reason why a shape is the odd one out might be to do with its position, reflection, rotation, shading or the number of shapes it is made of. The trick to these quizzes is to eliminate choices by finding more than one box which shares a feature with all the others. An example question has been done for you.

Nobel Prize winning author Isaac Singer tells us: "The greatness of art is to find not what is common but what is unique." So, look for the unique figure and enjoy Odd One Out quiz number 6.

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Author:  Stephen O'Hara

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