True/false/cannot say questions tend to appear in most employers' assessment tests these days. They can be either aimed at evaluating simple verbal application abilities, or alternatively, higher critical reasoning abilities. It is the nature and content of the texts combined with the complexity of questions which changes the difficulty of these questions.
Factors to consider and how to analyse true/false/cannot say questionsMany people are not sure how to distinguish between the "false" and "cannot say" answer choices. Others look for tricks to shorten the time they waste on each passage or question. Since we know how daunting these tests might be, JTP's test writers were asked to provide some insight into the test's mechanics. Their notions give useful working methods so we recommend reading them below
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Practice = ImprovementOur years of experience in preparing candidates for selection tests clearly show that practicing true/false/cannot say verbal tests helps achieve four important things:
Faster response times.
Improvement of concentration.
Improvement of critical reasoning skills.
Self confidence increase.
These four factors combined can greatly increase a candidate's score in verbal reasoning aptitude tests. With professional practice materials, useful advice and a smart testing system, JobTestprep's verbal reasoning pack is the perfect solution for candidates who want to make sure they land the next job.
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