# 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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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 in the list below is the odd one out.

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

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

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

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

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes in the top line.

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

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

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

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

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

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

For questions 16 to 20, you need to identify which shape in the answer options would be next 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.

KEY

KDY

JDY

JEY

JYD

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.

BEF

BDF

BEG

AEF

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.

SN

MT

TM

TN

ST

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.

XB

ZB

XA

YB

BX

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

XM

YM

ZA

ZM

For questions 26 to 30, a shape has been rotated.

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

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

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

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

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

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

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

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

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

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

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

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

• Question 1

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. All of the other teardrop shapes have identical diagonal lines. The lines in option e slant the other way.
• Question 2

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. All the other shapes have 4 small black dots, displayed in pairs.
• Question 3

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option is the correct answer here. All the other figures have an arrow which points diagonally up to the right-hand side.
• Question 4

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. This shape only has 4 sides. All the other shapes have 5 sides.
• Question 5

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The black bar in this figure crosses over 2 sides of the main shape. In the other figures, it crosses over 1 side only.
• Question 6

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The heart will rotate 180 degrees, so that it appears upside down. The lines in the question image run from top right to bottom left so, if this shape is rotated 180 degrees, this will still be true.
• Question 7

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The inner and outer shapes swap places, plus the outside markings move. The curved marking moves to the opposite end of the shape, or rotates 180 degrees. The line moves a much smaller distance, 45 degrees in a clockwise direction. The line is represented differently based on the shape it accompanies, but it stays the same between the pair of images.
• Question 8

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer. The arrow rotates 180 degrees. The small shapes swap positions on either side of the arrow's line.
• Question 9

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes in the top line.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. An extra pair of lines has been added to each side of the central shape. The small shapes shift down one location in the vertical row, but the middle shape always remains black.
• Question 10

For questions 6 to 10, identify the relationship between shapes at the top.

Apply this relationship to the shape on the bottom and then identify from the options below, which shape would be the best match.

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer. The shape in the bottom, left switches places with the outer shape. The smaller shape on the top, left maintains its position but the smaller shape on the top, right moves to the bottom, right.
• Question 11

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The shape becomes narrower, and the pattern changes from stripes to a criss-cross or hatched pattern.
• Question 12

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. Each shape appears 3 times in the grid. Each type of pattern or shading also appears 3 times in the grid.
• Question 13

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The outer shape on the left becomes the inner shape on the right. The hatched or criss-cross pattern becomes diagonal stripes.
• Question 14

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
c) is the correct answer here. The main shape has 1 less side on the left-hand side of the grid. The small shape moves from bottom right position to bottom left.
• Question 15

For questions 11 to 15, you will need to identify which shape completes the grid below.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The main line of the shape becomes longer by replicating one extra element of the line on the left. The circle moves one position to the right in the line gaps and turns from black to white.
• Question 16

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. In the sequence, one circle is added to the top left corner of the row, and the previous circle is moved diagonally right and down. The pattern on the circles alternates between white and a cross.
• Question 17

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The diagonal line switches sides. The star moves around the edge of the square in a clockwise direction and by 45 degrees each time. The small dots increase by one each time, alternating between black and white, and moving between the left and right bottom corners.
• Question 18

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The striped pattern rotates clockwise, 45 degrees each time. The circle moves from the left to the right side of the triangle, and alternates between black and white. The corner marker moves around the central shape clockwise.
• Question 19

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The segment of the circle with the dot becomes the next black segment in the pattern. The small, black triangle moves between top left and bottom right corners.
• Question 20

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. The heart rotates 90 degrees each time. The curved line alternates between a position over and below the heart. The spiral alternates between clockwise and anti-clockwise. The arrow alternates between being black and pointing down to the right, and being white and pointing down to the left.
• 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.

JDY
EDDIE SAYS
JDY is the correct answer here. J represents the 2 quarter shapes being nearer the top left. D represents a smaller triangle shape within a quarter. Y represents a dot inside the small triangle shape.
• 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.

BEF
EDDIE SAYS
BEF is the correct answer here. B represents a shape with 6 segments. E represents 3 segments shaded. F represents an arrow pointing diagonally up to the right.
• 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.

TM
EDDIE SAYS
TM is the correct answer here. T represents a small square shape. M represents the small shape in an outer point of the star, rather than the centre.
• 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.

XB
EDDIE SAYS
XB is the correct answer here. X represents a heart shape laying on its side. B represents a white arrow at the top of the curved line.
• 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.

ZM
EDDIE SAYS
ZM is the correct answer here. Z represents square shapes in the pattern. M represents 2 crossed shapes next to each other.
• Question 26

For questions 26 to 30, a shape has been rotated.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. This is the only option which shows an isosceles triangle, matching the triangle in the question image.
• Question 27

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the correct answer here. The other figures show reflections of the original shape or slightly different features (e.g. two black arrowheads).
• Question 28

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. The other figures show reflections of the original shape or slightly different features (e.g. the pattern on the smaller and larger circles on the same side).
• Question 29

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. The other figures show reflections of the original shape or slightly different features (e.g. a black dot in a different corner).
• Question 30

For questions 26 to 30, a figure has been rotated.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. The other figures show reflections of the original shape or slightly different features (e.g. different patterns on the circles).
• Question 31

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. It is the only figure which contains the original shape unchanged.
• Question 32

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. It is the only figure which contains the original shape unchanged.
• Question 33

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. It is the only figure which contains the original shape unchanged.
• Question 34

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. It is the only figure which contains the original shape unchanged.
• Question 35

In questions 31 to 35, you will be shown a shape.

Find this shape hidden in one of the images below.

Remember that the shape cannot change in size and it cannot be flipped or rotated in any way.

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. It is the only figure which contains the original shape unchanged.
• Question 36

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the answer here. When folded and hole punched, the hole will go through 2 layers of paper so there will be 2 holes.
• Question 37

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the answer here. When folded and hole punched, two holes will be punched through 4 sheets of paper so there will be 8 holes in total.
• Question 38

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the answer here. When folded and hole punched, the hole will go through 2 layers of paper so there will be 2 holes.
• Question 39

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the answer here. When folded and hole punched, two holes will be punched through 4 sheets of paper so there will be 8 holes in total.
• Question 40

For questions 36 to 40, a piece of paper has been folded in half and then hole-punched.

You need to work out what this piece of paper will look like when it is unfolded.

Here is the folded, hole-punched paper:

Which option shows the unfolded paper after hole punching?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the answer here. When folded and hole punched, the hole will go through 4 layers of paper so there will be 4 holes.
• Question 41

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. 4 square faces in this layout will be visible from above, positioned in an L-shape.
• Question 42

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. 5 square faces and 1 rectangular face in this layout will be visible from above.
• Question 43

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. 2 square faces and a rectangular face in this layout will be visible from above.
• Question 44

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. 1 square face and 2 rectangular faces in this layout will be visible from above.
• Question 45

For questions 41 to 45, you need to identify the bird's eye view of the 3D shape below.

This means the view looking directly down on the shape from above.

The bird's eye view may have been rotated.

Here is the 3D shape:

Which of the following figures shows the bird's eye view?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. 4 square faces in this layout will be visible from above.
• Question 46

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options 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 triangular prism.
• Question 47

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

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

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the correct answer here. When folded, the net would form a pentagonal prism.
• Question 48

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options 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 49

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options 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 50

In questions 46 to 50, you will be shown a net of a 3D shape.

Imagine that the following net is folded together.

Which of the options 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 cube with shading as shown.
• Question 51

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. To make this shape, 2 cuboid blocks (1 small and 1 larger) and 1 L-shaped block will be needed.
• Question 52

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. To make this shape, 3 cuboid blocks (1 small, 2 larger) will be needed.
• Question 53

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option e is the correct answer here. To make this shape, 3 cuboid blocks (1 each of small, medium and large) will be needed.
• Question 54

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the correct answer here. To make this shape, 2 cuboid blocks (2 larger, 1 small) will be needed.
• Question 55

In questions 51 to 55, you will be shown a shape made of 3D blocks.

Here is the shape.

Imagine the separate blocks that are needed to build this shape.

Which of the groups of building blocks below would correctly make this shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the correct answer here. To make this shape, 2 cuboid blocks (1 each of small, medium and large) will be needed.
• Question 56

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option b is the answer here. The other options do not match the original shape.
• Question 57

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the answer here. The other options do not match the original shape.
• Question 58

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option d is the answer here. The other options do not match the original shape.
• Question 59

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option a is the answer here. The other options do not match the original shape.
• Question 60

In questions 56 to 60, you will be shown a 3D shape made of blocks.

Here is the shape.

Which of the options below is a rotation of this 3D shape?

EDDIE SAYS
Option c is the answer here. The other options do not match the original shape.
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