Click on the Eureka! Eleven Plus Exams link above for the full series:
Practice Exam Papers covering Comprehension, Verbal, Non Verbal and Numerical Reasoning
- 11+ Confidence Book 1
- 11+ Confidence Book 2
- 11+ Confidence Book 3
- 11+ Confidence Book 4
Non-Verbal Reasoning The Non-Verbal Ninja Training Course
- Non-Verbal-Ninja Part 1: Sequences
- Non-Verbal-Ninja Part 2: 3D, Analogies and Odd-One-Out
- Non-Verbal-Ninja Part 3: Matrices and Groups
Verbal Reasoning Training Workbooks covering Synonyms, Antonyms, Vocabulary, Cloze
- The 1000 Word Brain Boost Part 1
- The 1000 Word Brain Boost Part 2
Maths and Numerical Reasoning Challenging Training Workbooks with Tips and Tricks
- Eureka! Challenging Maths and Numerical Reasoning Book 1
- Eureka! Challenging Maths and Numerical Reasoning Book 2
- Eureka! Challenging Maths and Numerical Reasoning Book 3
The Non-Verbal Ninja Training Course
Non-verbal reasoning questions in the 11+ exam provoke anxiety amongst students and parents alike, since the test seems, at first, to be unlike the activities of normal everyday life. In reality, however, it is straightforward to train to improve one's performance in these puzzles.
The Non-Verbal Ninja Training Course from Eureka! Eleven Plus Exams is a three-part series of training books with several features to maximise the skill boost they provide to students.
- Full explanations are given immediately after each block of questions
- Visual explanations are provided where these are easier to understand
- The early questions of each type are easy, testing only one or two rules
- Challenging, broad-ranging questions are soon introduced
- Each question teaches an additional skill or reinforces a core skill
- You are not told in advance exactly what the rule will be, so you build confidence in identifying the rule for yourself - a crucial skill for exam success
The series of books, studied in sequence, covers the spectrum of types of format of questions and of the types of rule being tested. Some rules can be tested in many different settings.
Dedicated practice and, more importantly, careful review of the explanations of questions that turned out to be difficult, is the key to success in Non-Verbal Reasoning.