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A-Z Preparation Guide to Talent Q's Verbal Tests

Talent Q provide two levels of verbal test, the Elements and Aspects tests. In true Talent Q style, these tests contain several different features to the other verbal tests you may have encountered in the past. Read on to find out what these differences are, and how to prepare for them with our tailored Talent Q practice packs.

Talent Q Elements Verbal Test

  • Target audience: Graduates, professionals and managers
  • Number of questions: 15
  • Time allocated: 75 seconds for the first question on each text, 60 seconds for each of the remaining questions.
  • Question types: Statements on a passage of text

The Talent Q Elements verbal reasoning test is designed to assess your ability to understand information in a written form, and evaluate arguments based on what you have read. In this test you are given a short text to read and asked questions on what you have read.

You are asked three questions on each passage of text, and you are allocated time to answer each question individually rather than a time limit for the test as a whole. This means that the system will move you on to the next question when the time runs out regardless of whether you have answered the question or not. In all, there are 15 questions, and a total time limit of 16 minutes.

Below each question you are presented with a range of possible answers from which to choose. You are usually asked to decide which statement best suits the content of the text. Unlike in other tests, you may occasionally be asked to choose two correct answers. Make sure you read the question carefully as it is always made clear whether you have to make one or two choices. There are also more distracters in this test, with at least six answer options for each question.

Talent Q's elements series is adaptive, meaning that each new question is assigned on the basis of how you have performed in the previous question. If you get the question right, the next question will be a little more difficult. Your final score will indicate the difficulty level of the questions you have answered. Read more about this test on our blog.

Prepare for your Talent Q Elements verbal test with our specially created practice pack.

Talent Q Aspects Verbal Test

  • Target audience: Operational staff, sales, customer services, admin and more
  • Number of questions: 12
  • Time allocated: 75 seconds for the first question on each text, 60 seconds for each of the remaining questions.
  • Question types: Statements on a passage of text

The Talent Q Aspects verbal reasoning test is designed to examine how well you understand verbal information and use what you have read to come to the right conclusion.

In this test you are given a short text to read and asked up to four questions on what you have read in each passage. These questions usually take the form of a statement that you need to choose the correct response to. You may be asked to identify two statements, so always read the question and instructions carefully.

This test contains 12 questions in total, and unlike most tests, you are allocated a time limit for each question, rather than for the test as a whole. This means that if the time is up on the question before you have answered, the test will simply move you on to the next question, and you cannot go back to it later in the test. You are given a warning as you get close to the time limit. This test usually takes 10 minutes to complete, out of a total of 13 minutes.

The Aspects verbal test is adaptive, meaning that each question you are given relates to how you did on the question before. If you get the question right, the next question will be a little more difficult. Your final score report for this test will reflect the difficulty level of the questions you have answered.

Talent Q Verbal Test Practice


Talent Q tests contains several unique features which make these tests particularly challenging, including the individual time limits, multiple right answers, lots of answer choices and constantly changing difficulty levels. It is designed to stress you, so becoming familiar with it, learning relevant strategies and practicing are very important. Practicing will give you a most important advantage.

Given the differences between this test and many others, it is best to prepare for this test with a tailored Talent Q style practice pack. .JobTestPrep’s Talent Q style practice packs have been developed to give you all the preparation you need. This pack includes Talent Q style practice tests and dedicated study guides that will help you get used to all of these new variables so that you enter your test day calm and confident.

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