# Better Learning For 11+ Test No. 2

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• 1.

• A.

FJ

• B.

EH

• C.

EK

• D.

HJ

• E.

EL

C. EK
• 2.

### Find the next letters in the series.  The alphabet below will help you. PP            QO            RN            SM            (             )   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

• A.

TL

• B.

PT

• C.

NO

• D.

TN

• E.

UO

A. TL
Explanation
The series follows a pattern where the first letter of each pair is moving backwards in the alphabet by one letter, and the second letter of each pair is moving forwards in the alphabet by one letter. Starting with "PP", the next pair would be "TL" where "T" is one letter before "U" and "L" is one letter after "K".

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• 3.

### Find the next letters in the series.  The alphabet below will help you.AB            CE            EH            GK            (                )  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

• A.

IM

• B.

MI

• C.

FJ

• D.

HI

• E.

IN

E. IN
Explanation
The series follows a pattern where the first letter of each pair is the same as the second letter of the previous pair, and the second letter of each pair is the next letter in the alphabet. Starting with AB, the next pair is CE, then EH, and so on. Therefore, the next pair in the series would be IN.

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• 4.

### the numbers in the third group must be related to each other in the same way as the numbers in each of the other two groups. Find the missing number. 8 [ 14]  6                        3 [  12 ] 9                          6 [     ]  6

• A.

3

• B.

36

• C.

10

• D.

11

• E.

12

E. 12
Explanation
The missing number in the third group can be found by examining the relationship between the numbers in each group. In the first group, 8 and 14 are related by subtracting 6. In the second group, 6 and 3 are related by subtracting 3. Therefore, in the third group, the missing number should be related to 12 by subtracting 6. The only option that fits this pattern is 6, so the missing number is 6.

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• 5.

### the numbers in the third group must be related to each other in the same way as the numbers in each of the other two groups. Find the missing number. 3  [ 21 ] 7                        6 [ 36 ] 6                        5 [        ] 4

• A.

9

• B.

20

• C.

25

• D.

63

• E.

81

B. 20
Explanation
The missing number in the third group should be related to the other numbers in the same way as the numbers in the first and second group. Looking at the first group, we can see that the numbers are decreasing by 3 each time. In the second group, the numbers are decreasing by 1 each time. Therefore, in the third group, the missing number should be 4 less than 25, which is 21.

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• 6.

### the numbers in the third group must be related to each other in the same way as the numbers in each of the other two groups. Find the missing number. 35 [ 5 ] 7                        9 [ 3 ] 3                                    30 [        ] 5

• A.

25

• B.

20

• C.

27

• D.

6

• E.

35

D. 6
Explanation
The missing number in the third group must be related to the other numbers in the same way as the numbers in the first and second groups. Looking at the first group, we can see that 35 divided by 7 equals 5. In the second group, 9 divided by 3 equals 3. Therefore, in the third group, the missing number must be a number that, when divided by 5, equals 6. The only number that satisfies this condition is 30.

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• 7.

### Three of the five words are related in some way.  Select the two words which do not go with these three. tennis            long jump            squash                        badminton            shot put

• A.

Tennis & long jump

• B.

• C.

Long jump & squash

• D.

Long jump & shot put

• E.

Tennis & squash

D. Long jump & shot put
Explanation
The three related words in this group are tennis, squash, and badminton, as they are all racquet sports. Long jump and shot put do not fit with this group because they are not racquet sports, but rather individual track and field events.

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• 8.

### Three of the five words are related in some way.  Select the two words which do not go with these three. butterfly            backstroke            swim                        freestyle            dive

• A.

Butterfly & backstroke

• B.

Backstroke & swim

• C.

Freestyle & dive

• D.

Swim & freestyle

• E.

Swim & dive

E. Swim & dive
Explanation
The words butterfly, backstroke, and swim are all related to swimming, as they are different swimming strokes. Freestyle and dive, on the other hand, are not specific swimming strokes but rather different actions or techniques related to swimming. Therefore, swim and dive do not go with the other three words.

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• 9.

### Three of the five words are related in some way.  Select the two words which do not go with these three. cottage            mansion            bungalow            street                        sign

• A.

Cottage & mansion

• B.

Street & sign

• C.

Bungalow & sign

• D.

Mansion & street

• E.

Mansion & bungalow

B. Street & sign
Explanation
The words "cottage," "mansion," and "bungalow" are all types of houses or dwellings, while "street" and "sign" are not related to housing. Therefore, "street" and "sign" do not go with the other three words.

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• 10.

### The word in brackets in the second group must be made from the words outside the brackets in the same way as the word in brackets in the first group is made from the words outside the brackets in the first group.  Find the missing word. DISK ( DIVE ) VENT                                    RODE (                 ) OMIT

• A.

Rote

• B.

Ride

• C.

Room

• D.

Roam

• E.

Dote

C. Room
Explanation
The word "room" is the missing word. In the first group, the word "rote" is made by taking the first letter of each word outside the brackets (R, O, T, E). Similarly, in the second group, the word "room" can be made by taking the first letter of each word outside the brackets (R, O, O, M).

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• 11.

### The word in brackets in the second group must be made from the words outside the brackets in the same way as the word in brackets in the first group is made from the words outside the brackets in the first group.  Find the missing word. CRAG ( CROW ) TOWN                                    TAKE (                 ) MILL

• A.

Tint

• B.

Tail

• C.

Tend

• D.

Time

• E.

Chime

B. Tail
Explanation
The word "tail" is the missing word because it is made from the letters outside the brackets in the same way as the word "tend" is made from the letters outside the brackets in the first group.

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• 12.

### The word in brackets in the second group must be made from the words outside the brackets in the same way as the word in brackets in the first group is made from the words outside the brackets in the first group.  Find the missing word. BEND ( EDIT    ) SILT                                    BLUE (                 ) BARN

• A.

Bean

• B.

Barb

• C.

• D.

• E.

Lean

Explanation
The word "BEND" is made by taking the first letter of each word in the first group (EDIT). Therefore, to find the missing word in the second group, we need to take the first letter of each word in the second group (BARB) which gives us the word "BEAN".

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• 13.

### Find the letters that will complete each sentence in the best way and mark the correct answer in the brackets. AC is to DF as MO is to  (         )  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

• A.

PS

• B.

PR

• C.

PQ

• D.

NO

• E.

BD

B. PR
Explanation
The pattern in the given letters is that the first letter of the first pair is moved three positions forward in the alphabet to get the first letter of the second pair. Applying this pattern, the first letter of the second pair should be three positions forward from "M", which is "P". The second letter of the second pair is the same as the second letter of the first pair. Therefore, the correct answer is "PR".

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• 14.

### Find the letters that will complete each sentence in the best way and mark the correct answer in the brackets. WQ is to RL as NK is to  (        )     A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

• A.

GF

• B.

IG

• C.

IF

• D.

ML

• E.

NM

C. IF
Explanation
WQ is the reverse order of RL, so we need to find a pair of letters that are in reverse order. The letters NK are in reverse order to the letters IF. Therefore, the correct answer is IF.

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• 15.

• A.

YK

• B.

ZL

• C.

ZA

• D.

AZ

• E.

ZK

E. ZK
• 16.

### Find the two words, one from each group, that are closest in meaning. (grasp                         dull                                    live)(snatch            tour                                     load)

• A.

Dull & tour

• B.

Grasp & snatch

• C.

Live & tour

• D.

• E.

B. Grasp & snatch
• 17.

### Find the two words, one from each group, that are closest in meaning. ( allow                        aloud                                    meagre) (intelligent            authorise            disciplined)

• A.

Aloud & disciplined

• B.

Aloud & intelligent

• C.

Meagre & authorise

• D.

Meagre & intelligent

• E.

Allow & authorise

E. Allow & authorise
Explanation
The words "allow" and "authorise" are closest in meaning because they both involve giving permission or granting authority. "Allow" means to give permission or consent, while "authorise" means to grant power or authority to someone. The other word pairs do not have similar meanings.

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• 18.

### Find the two words, one from each group, that are closest in meaning. (toad                        skate                                    enough) (binding            sufficient            towed)

• A.

• B.

Enough & sufficient

• C.

Skate & binding

• D.

• E.

Skate & sufficient

B. Enough & sufficient
• 19.

• A.

DJSOPQ

• B.

DJSDMF

• C.

DJSDNG

• D.

FMDSJDS

• E.

THOTGT

B. DJSDMF
• 20.

• A.

ABZST

• B.

GQSX

• C.

GQRY

• D.

GQRX

• E.

CFHKI

D. GQRX
• 21.

### Find two words, one from each set of brackets, that will complete the sentence in the most sensible way. If the code for TRAIN is VVGQX what is the code for VVAKU?

• A.

TIMER

• B.

TRAIL

• C.

VIRUS

• D.

TRUCK

• E.

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