Abstract reasoning is known by other names such as non-verbal reasoning. It’s tested in General Ability and you can recognise it by its questions that involve distinctive images like this:
This study plan is designed to help you prepare for the NSW Selective School (but this study plan can also be used if you are studying for the Victorian Police exam, PSO exam and defence force recruiting and those exams, from my knowledge are also written by ACER). It assumes that
Reading comprehension requires strategies to deal with each type of extract specifically - what does that mean? It means that in reading comprehension you’re given all these different types of passages such as narrative, poetry, cartoons and more. To answer them successfully you
If you’re studying for an exam that has a timed writing component - these are the study plans for you. There are 2 separate study plans - 1 for creative writing and 1 for discussion and argumentative style writing. While historically the NSW Selective School Placement Test has
The selective school test, regardless of what state you would be applying for (Victorian Selective School Test, NSW High School Placement Test, Brisbane State High School) is extremely competitive with usually a rate of acceptance of lower than 30% of all total applicants.
Reading is a fantastic way to:
Selective tests such as the Victorian Selective Schools Test, NSW High School Placement Test (HSPT), WA GATE and Brisbane State High School Placement Test and scholarship exams are super competitive so it’s a good idea to have a timeframe of when and how to start preparing your
The mere thought of spending 24/7 together can feel overwhelming. But with a bit of planning that we’ll provide for you (and 10+ online and free learning resources for kids) below, it’s doable (difficult, but doable). Let’s see how.