This App contains the Methods & Techniques required to answer twenty-one Verbal Reasoning question types.With 424 individual questions and a bonus mock test section; this is the most comprehensive method and technique course available for 11+ Grammar School selection tests and Independent school common entrance examinations. Within each question type we cover all of the variances, all of the difficulty levels and with a generic approach we ensure that the course is easy to follow for both facilitator and student.Why Verbal Reasoning? There are 164 grammar schools in England; 160 of them set Verbal Reasoning tests as part of their selection process. Most independent schools also set Verbal Reasoning tests based on the 11+ format.What do you need to know? The most common tests are administered by GL Assessment, they use questions created by NFER. There are 21 question types that contain variances and difficulty levels. Most test papers contain 80 questions with a selection of 13 question types from the 21.What do you need from a Verbal Reasoning Method & Technique App?1.All 21 question types must be included.2.The questions must be close to the format of the real tests.3.All variances and difficulty levels must be included.4.The App must give you feedback on performance.5.There must be a sufficient number of questions.6.There must be access to printable resources.The Tutors 11+ Verbal Reasoning Methods App gives you all of the above. We believe that you should get what you need, so we provide you with 424unique questions in a single App, plus a bonus mock test section. The Tutors have over 15 years experience preparing children for 11+ tests and have created the most comprehensive range of resources for Verbal Reasoning in the form of published papers, e-papers and interactive CD/downloads. Over 8 million questions have been purchased by schools, tuition centres and parents. The Tutors resources are recognised as being of the highest quality; when you use The Tutors products you have the peace of mind that you are working with the best material available from a single author.