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# Shapes and Letters 2

If you've played our first 11-Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning quiz on Shapes and Letters then you'll already know how this works. Look for orientation in the shapes - but don't lose your bearings!

The figures in the boxes on the left hand side of the page have characteristics that have been given letters. A letter might refer to shape, outline, colour or shading or orientation. Some of the shapes have two letters, relating to two characteristics, and some have three letters, relating to three characteristics. Using this information you can find the code for the shape in the box on the right.

If this all seems like gobbledygook then there is a detailed explanation of how the questions work in the example question and answer. Take a good look at it before you start the actual quiz.

Erno Rubik, inventor of the Rubik's Cube and countless other puzzles, tells us that, "Our whole life is just solving puzzles," so live your life and enjoy 'Shapes and Letters' quiz number 2.

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Author:  Stephen O'Hara