Assessing your verbal reasoning ability
Measures your verbal reasoning ability
Assesses your ability to reason using words and understand verbal relationships.
Helps to predict performance
Your results on the assessment help to predict your capacity to effectively understand and use verbal information.
You will complete up to 35 questions that assess your ability to accurately process verbal information.
The assessment is timed for 10 minutes.
What is the Revelian Verbal Reasoning Test (RVRT)?
The Revelian Verbal Reasoning Test measures the ability to analyse and solve problems involving the use of words. Verbal reasoning ability is linked to job performance in roles requiring the ability to comprehend and analyse written information.
Example Verbal Reasoning Test question
How do I complete the assessment?
You’ll need to be invited by an employer who uses Revelian assessments to complete the test. Once you’ve received your invitation you can log in and read information about the assessment.
The test has 35 verbal reasoning items and you’ll have 10 minutes to complete as many questions as you can. Most people won’t complete all 35 questions within the time limit. We recommend moving as quickly as you can through the assessment and answering the questions you feel confident about, then attempting the remaining questions if you have time.
How can I prepare for the assessment?
The test is designed to measure abilities that don’t rely on any specific knowledge, so it’s not something you can effectively study for. Before you start the test, you can view a set of example questions to help you understand the type of questions you’ll find in the test, and you can also view some sample questions here. The most important thing you can do is to ensure you’re well rested and focused and can sit the test in a distraction-free environment. Some people also feel that performing mental exercises such as maths problems or crosswords helps to improve their focus before taking the test.
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