Quiz Types

We offer four types of quizzes. Below is a description of each.


quiz-types1 Reading Comprehension:

  • Passage Quizzes: This quiz type tests the student's ability to use logic, verbal reasoning, and vocabulary skills to derrive answers to questions about a given reading comprehension passage. After reading the passage, students are tested on their ability to draw inferences, understand scope and global concepts, find or recall details, and infer the meaning of useful vocabulary words.

Reading Comprehesion quizzes...

Challenge you to think abstractly.

Strengthen your vocabulary.

Improve your ability to think critically.


quiz-types2 Verbal Reasoning:

  • Sentence Completion Quizzes: This quiz type tests the student's ability to use logic and verbal reasoning to recognize the point of the sentence and find the best word(s) to fit its meaning. In each of our sentence completion questions, the answer is already present in the sentence. Clues in the sentence limit the possible answers, and finding these clues will guide students to the correct answer. These questions are effective in improving vocabulary, syntax, and an understanding of conjunctions as syntactical "road signs".
  • Analogy Quizzes: This quiz type tests the student's ability to use logic to recognize the relationships between words and make strong connections between them. In each of our analogy questions, the answer will express a definite relationship between words, and will often use strong "bridge" adverbs to connect them such as always, never, or must. Any words that can be loosely or weakly connected using adverbs such as often, usually, or really are almost always incorrect. Only relationships that are always true will represent the correct answer.
  • Antonym Quizzes: This quiz type tests the student's ability to use verbal reasoning and vocabulary skills to find the word that is most opposite the word in question. In each of our analogy questions, the correct answer can be arrived at using logic alone. Absent any knowledge of the meaning of the word in question, the student should be able to rely on his or her understanding of logic to reduce the problem to two choices, one of which is correct.

Verbal Reasoning quizzes...

Challenge you to think logically.

Strengthen your vocabulary.

Improve your ability to think critically.