🇬🇧CAT4 complete guide & problem-solving skills, new real questions!

Teacher Fried Fish is really too busy during this period🤣 . Every day uu Didi asks Teacher Fried Fish to help with analysis and application. Finally, he takes the time to continue popularizing science for everyone~ ☺️Friends who have knowledge of British private schools should As we all know, when applying, many schools will first ask you to take the CAT4 test, and then decide whether you can proceed to the next interview based on your CAT4 score. Today we will talk about what the CAT4 test is. 🤔

🌟What is CAT4:

CAT4 is the abbreviation of Cognitive Abilities Test. The full name is cognitive ability test. It tests students' logical thinking ability. It has more than 100 questions and can be completed in 2 hours and 15 minutes. So if you want to finish it quickly and well, it’s quite difficult.

⭐️What types of questions are there in CAT4:

The questions that test thinking are undoubtedly mathematics subjects, so 80% of the questions in this test are mathematics questions. The rest are English verbal reasoning questions. If you have a large English vocabulary, there will be no problem. Students who are not very good at mathematics should be 200% prepared before the exam!

There are four major modules: logical reasoning, verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, and spatial reasoning.

⭐️What types of questions will appear in these four modules?

1⃣️Logical reasoning: It is divided into graphic classification and graphic matrix. In fact, in mathematics, it is to find the rules based on the previous graphics and choose a correct graphic from the options. There are many rules. You can look at the similarities of the previous graphics. Points or places that show regular changes in quantity, size, shape, and location may be breakthrough points!

2⃣️Verbal reasoning: This part is divided into text classification and text analogy, all of which are English words. Text classification requires finding words that are in the same category as the words given in the question. Text analogy requires finding rules, such as whether each group is a synonym or a word. Antonyms, if your vocabulary is big enough, that module is definitely a breeze

3⃣️Numerical reasoning: It is divided into numerical analogy and sequence reasoning. Numerical analogy will give you several groups of numbers. There is a relationship between addition, subtraction, multiplication and division between each group of numbers. Find the relationship to determine the missing numbers in an empty group. Sequence reasoning is I have learned mathematics about finding the laws of number sequences, so I won’t talk about this anymore. However, the question types in this module are the most difficult in the entire set of papers. They purely test mathematical ability without any skills.

4⃣️Spatial Reasoning: This part is divided into graphic analysis and graphic recognition. Students with poor spatial imagination skills should be wary of this! Graphic analysis is to fold the paper in half multiple times and cut a few holes, allowing you to choose how it will look after opening it. However, this kind of question is tricky. You only need to use axial symmetry and a little imagination, and it will be no problem. Graphic recognition is The relatively simple question type here is just to find out which pattern hides the graphic mentioned in the question.

⚠️The higher the exam grade, the more difficult the questions. Teacher Fried Fish has selected one question type from each type of question in the CAT4 LEVEL F test paper. Students can see how they did. You can post it in the comment area, or you can Write it down in a book and post the answers in the next article~ See how many you can get right😎

In addition, Fried Fish Teacher 🆓 can apply for a private school in the UK. It can be done in one stop, including CAT4. If you want to apply, youyou backend✉️ ~

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