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Word Analogies Test

Word analogies tests. also called verbal analogies tests focus on seeing relationships between concepts and practicing this provides an excellent training for standardized tests like the SAT, the GRE, and other professional exams. From an even more practical standpoint and also maybe even more important, employers are increasingly using these word comparisons as screening tests to determine the quickness and verbal reasoning skill of an new applicant. In the case when you get an assessment or screening test it may get you or may not get you that job you desire that much.

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Verbal analogies or word analogies come in a lot of different types e.g. opposites or classifications to name a few. For a full overview of these different types we would like to direct you to our word analogies examples and types page. Learning and remembering these types will help you to recognize and classify the different types of analogies which will increase your score in professional exams. We offer 3 word problems tests divided in 3 difficulty levels, below follows an example.

Word Analogies example:

… stands to book as painter stands to …

1. Chapter 2. Writer 3. Reading 4. Word 5. Literature
A. Painting B. Picasso C. Brush D. Workshop E. Paint

The answer is 2. Writer and A. Painting. The writer has the same relationship with a book as the painter has with a painting. Both are the “results of their efforts”. There are a lot of different types of word analogies, like cause and effect, opposites, things that go together etc.. Learn to recognize these different types by reading our word analogies examples and types page Pick a difficulty level below to start the word analogy test of your choosing.

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