Verbal Aptitude Test
Verbal Aptitude is the ability to use the written language and to understand concepts presented through words.
Verbal aptitude tests can be many different things: They can assess a person's ability to spell words correctly, use correct grammar, understand word meanings, understand word relationships, and/or interpret detailed written information.
What questions can I expect?
There are several types of verbal aptitude test questions, the most common questions are divided into ten categories. Click a category to learn more.
- Critical Thinking
- Deductive Reasoning
- Grammar & Spelling
- Verbal Reasoning
- Verbal Coherence & Cohesion
- Word Analogy
- Word Relationships
- Reading Comprehension
Where are Verbal Aptitude tests used?
Employers tend to use the tests evaluating practical verbal skills (Grammar & Spelling, Vocabulary, and Verbal Comprehension) when assessing for administrative roles, and the reasoning and deduction type of questions (Critical Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning) when assessing for graduate and management roles.
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