If you've already played the first of our 11-Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning quizzes on Similar Shapes, you will be familiar with how the questions work.
In each question that follows, the two shapes on the left have one or more features which make them similar to each other. You must find the figure on the right which is most similar to the ones on the left.
Similarities might be based on shading, outlines or the number of shapes in a figure. It might be based on the rotation or reflection of the shapes in a figure, or on any combination of all the above features. Just because an answer from A, B, C or D has one feature in common with 1 and 2 does not necessarily make it the most similar. Watch out for tricky answers.
If this doesn't make sense then take a look at the example we've done for you. It's right at the start of the quiz before any of the questions. Familiarise yourself with it and then you can begin.
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