Police Verbal Reasoning Test Preparation
Learn about the police verbal reasoning test, which will soon be available for practice at JobTestPrep.
In the College of Policing test, you are being tested on your ability to make sense of a situation when you are given specific written information about it. You have 30 minutes to answer 28 questions in the test. The test is in two parts.
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Part A gives you a number of conclusions based on the information in the passage presented, and you have to assess whether each one is true, false, or impossible to say based on the information given.
In part B, you are asked to choose which of four given statements is the best answer based on the information provided.
There are several challenges involved in a verbal reasoning test.
- You must be able to read a passage of information, assess it and calculate an answer almost in one go.
- You are time limited, which adds pressure to the process above.
- You have to assess the information in a way that you may be unfamiliar with in order to fit it to the question in the test.
Practising for the test ahead of the assessment centre can benefit you in a number of ways, including increasing your confidence, sharpening your skills so that you can identify the correct answer quicker, and improving your score. JobTestPrep offer a range of materials to help you with verbal reasoning tests. You can learn more about true/ false/ cannot say, or take practice verbal reasoning tests.
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