# 11+ Practice Paper in the style of GL Non-Verbal Reasoning

In this assessment, students will be able to complete a timed 11+ NVR paper in the style of GL.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   11+ Sample Practice Papers

Curriculum subtopic:   11+ Spatial and Non-Verbal Reasoning Practice Papers

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### QUESTION 1 of 10

This is a practice 11+ Spatial and Non-Verbal Reasoning paper in the style of a GL assessment.

This is a multiple-choice assessment.

In the 11+, you may complete your answers on a separate piece of paper or on a computer.

At EdPlace, you will select the correct answer from five options on the computer (a,b,c,d,e).

This paper includes a variety of types of non-verbal questions.

At the start of each question, there will be a set of instructions which you will need to apply until further instruction.

You should work as quickly as possible through the questions.

The timer is set for 45 minutes for this practice paper, although you can keep working after the timer has run out.

This means that you should aim for no more than 45 seconds per question and hopefully, as you become more confident, less than 45 seconds.

You may find some of the questions difficult.

If you are struggling to answer a question do not waste time on it, but move onto the next question.

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For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 11 to 15, find the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figures (from the options below) best fit with this group.

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

AZO

CZM

AXO

CZO

CXM

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

LBW

JAO

LAW

LAZ

LAO

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

ZB

ZC

YC

BY

YB

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

CN

CL

BL

CM

AL

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

AY

AZ

BY

YB

AW

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

• Question 1

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. All the figures have three small circles positioned around the same central shape. All the options have two white circles and one black, whilst option e has two black circles and one white.
• Question 2

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. In shape b, the diagonal line crosses over the central small circle. In all other figures, it runs underneath.
• Question 3

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. This figure has 2 adjacent shaded corners, the other figures have 2 shaded corners which are opposite and positioned in the acute angles on the shape.
• Question 4

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. All the other figures are positioned with the central point of the star pointing upwards to 'North' on the compass.
• Question 5

For questions 1 to 5, you will need to identify which shape from the options below is the odd one out.

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. All the other figures have a small black shape inside a corner of the larger 2D shape, not on an edge.
• Question 6

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. In the first row, the shape has been divided into three sections and these sections have switched places, plus the central element has been shrunk and the left-hand element has been enlarged. This same relationship is shown in option c.
• Question 7

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct option. The main shape rotates 180 degrees and the number of lines of the small shape matches the number of lines marked on the outside of the bigger shape.
• Question 8

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The inner shape gains a side (increases the number of sides by 1) and turns from shaded with a solid line to white with a dashed line. The outer shape gains a side (increases the number of sides by 1) and changes from the dashed line to a solid line. Finally, the corner markers increase from 1 to 2 and can be placed anywhere around the outside of the shape.
• Question 9

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The shading in each small shape moves down one space. The three small lines become the centre shape, which is a cross and are separated into a group of two, and one on its own.
• Question 10

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between the shapes in the first row.

Apply this relationship to the shape in the second row and then identify, from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. Think of the outer cross shape as creating a vertical and horizontal row. The shapes at the top and bottom of the vertical row swap places. The shapes in the horizontal, central row all move one position to the right.
• Question 11

For questions 11 to 15, find the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The relationship between the shapes is that they have 5 sides and a black arrow pointing in a broadly downwards direction.
• Question 12

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figures (from the options below) best fit with this group.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The shapes are arranged in a clockwise pattern with their sides increasing by 1 each time.
• Question 13

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. All the images have patterns as follows: 2 striped (1 to the left, 1 to the right) and 1 hatched. Each image also has 1 empty circle and 1 circle with a diagonal line across it.
• Question 14

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The central shape must be a closed figure. Two lines join at a point and cross in front of it. One of the lines has a solid, black circle at its end. Both ends of both lines are outside the boundaries of the central figure, which means they have crossed the edges of this shape 4 times in total.
• Question 15

For questions 11 to 15, identify the relationship between the shapes below.

Identify which other figure (from the options below) best fits with this group.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The image must have 3 identical small shapes. The small shapes must have 1 each of striped (with lines running from lower, left to upper, right), hatched and fully shaded black.
• Question 16

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The pattern in this sequence is that the petal shape moves 2 spaces clockwise. The arrowheads move 90 ° clockwise and alternate between 1 and 2 arrowheads. The X shape moves anticlockwise around the figure.
• Question 17

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The pattern in this sequence is that the black dots in one square can be joined together to show the shape drawn in the next square.
• Question 18

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The pattern in this sequence is that the heart moves 45° in an anti-clockwise direction in each square. The arrowheads alternate between facing towards each other, to facing the same direction, and then facing away from each other, before repeating this pattern.
• Question 19

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The pattern in this sequence is that the circle gains a segment each time, with the black segment moving around the circle in a clockwise direction. The square shape in the figure alternates between tilted with a solid line and straight with a dashed line. The circle in the middle of each square alternates between shading on the left and right.
• Question 20

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would fill the space in the series below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The pattern in this sequence is that the arrow moves 90° clockwise in each step of the series. The set of 3 blocks move along and around the edge of the main square. The black block is always after the X and the blocks move in an anti-clockwise in each part of the pattern.
• Question 21

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

CZO
EDDIE SAYS
CZO is the correct answer here. C represents a tilted square. X represents a solid outline. O represents one white and one black dot.
• Question 22

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

LAO
EDDIE SAYS
LAO is the correct answer here. L represents diagonal stripes from bottom left to top right. A represents the outer shape having one more side than the inner shape. O represents 2 solid outlines being present in the image as a whole.
• Question 23

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

ZC
EDDIE SAYS
ZC is the correct answer here. Z represents an S shape which is the correct way round when rotated. C represents a fully shaded circle.
• Question 24

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

CL
EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. C represents a diagonal arrow. L represents a white dot nearest the arrowhead.
• Question 25

For questions 21 to 25, each of the shapes below has a matching code.

You need to work out the code for the final shape in the sequence.

AY
EDDIE SAYS
AY is the correct answer here. A represents a teardrop which points upwards. Y represents a black dot halfway up the figure.
• Question 26

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes.
• Question 27

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes altogether (e.g. a different shape attached to the 'S' shape).
• Question 28

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes (e.g. the three elements of the black circle, black triangle and line attached to different corners).
• Question 29

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes (e.g. the 'R' not positioned at the top tip of the cross-shape).
• Question 30

For questions 26 to 30, you will be shown a 2D shape.

Here is the shape.

Select the option below that shows a correct rotation of this shape.

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options show reflections of the original shape or different shapes (e.g. a different-coloured circle positioned at the tip of the right-hand triangle).
• Question 31

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. This is the only option which shows the original shape, which is exactly the same size and rotation.
• Question 32

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. This is the only option which shows the original shape, which is exactly the same size and rotation.
• Question 33

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. This is the only option which shows the original shape, which is exactly the same size and rotation.
• Question 34

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. This is the only option which shows the original shape, with exactly the same sizes and rotation.
• Question 35

For questions 31 to 35, the shape below is hiding in one of the images.

Here is the shape.

The shape cannot change its size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

All sides of the shape must also be visible in the image.

Can you find this shape hiding in one of the images below?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. This is the only option which shows the original shape, with exactly the same size and rotation.
• Question 36

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a cylinder which will be the same size as the net shown in the question.
• Question 37

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a cuboid with shading as shown.
• Question 38

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a pentagonal prism with shading as shown.
• Question 39

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a square-based pyramid with patterns as shown.
• Question 40

In questions 36 to 40, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options below shows what the finished 3D shape would look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a cuboid with patterns as shown.
• Question 41

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 42

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 43

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 44

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 45

In questions 41 to 45, you will be shown a shape.

The shape has been folded along the dotted line.

What will the shape look like after it has been folded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options show the paper folded along a different line other than the one shown in the question.
• Question 46

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 47

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 48

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 49

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 50

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a cube.

Which of the following nets shows this cube once it has been unfolded?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options either do not make a cube or do not match the patterns shown on the question cube.
• Question 51

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. None of the other sets of blocks can be used to build the given shape.
• Question 52

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. None of the other sets of blocks can be used to build the given shape.
• Question 53

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. None of the other sets of blocks can be used to build the given shape.
• Question 54

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. None of the other sets of blocks can be used to build the given shape.
• Question 55

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape built with blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the following sets of blocks can be put together to make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. None of the other sets of blocks can be used to build the given shape.
• Question 56

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 57

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 58

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 59

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
• Question 60

In questions 56 to 60, you need to join shapes together to make a new shape.

Matching letters have to touch.

Which of the following options would the new shape look like?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The other options do not show the shapes joined in the correct way.
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