The verbal reasoning test measures your ability to think logically about written information. In this test, you will be given passages of text and several statements relating to the text. You will be asked to decide whether each statement follows logically from the information in the passage.

For each statement there are three answer options:

True - This means that, on the basis of the information in the passage, the statement is true or follows logically from the passage.

False - This means that, on the basis of the information in the passage, the statement is false.

Can't say - This means that you cannot say from the information in the passage whether the statement is true or false.

When answering each question, it is important to base your answer only on the information in the passage and not on any other knowledge you may have.

You have 6 minutes to complete 9 questions.

The speed of your Internet connection (dial-up or broadband) has NO effect on the timer.

Once you have answered a question, you will be able to go back to change your previous answer. Use only the Back button at the bottom of the test page to go back. Do not use the Back button on your browser as this may interfere with your test.

Work as quickly as you can while maintaining accuracy.

Good luck.

Please note: If you cannot see the "START TEST" button at the bottom of the page, press and hold the CTRL key and press the "minus" or hyphen key until the button appears.