Word Relationships Test
A Word Relationships test will challenge your ability to see relationships between ideas and your ability to think methodically.
What questions can I expect?
The word relationships test can be in different formats, please see two examples below.
Which word belongs to the list below?
Fox, Turtle, Lion, Horse
The question has a list of four-legged animals. Rhino is the correct answer.
Which is the odd one out?
The odd one out is “Sky.” The other options are all meteorological phenomena.
Where are Word Relationships tests used?
Word relationships tests are part of standardized psychometric assessment tests that are designed to assess a candidate’s general verbal acuity and insight. They are commonly found in verbal aptitude tests used by employers for candidate selection. They are also used on SAT, ASVAB, ADF YOU Session and other professional exams.
Practice Word Relationships Test
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This free practice test contains 6 test questions and has a time limit of 3 minutes.
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