Course content

  • 1


    • Navigating the Course Player

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    Shape Completion

    • Shape Completion Introduction

    • Shape Completion Video Tutorial

    • Shape Completion Practice Questions

  • 3

    Block Counting

    • Block Counting Introduction

    • Block Counting Video Tutorial

    • Block Counting Practice Questions

  • 4


    • Rotation Introduction

    • Rotation Video Tutorial

    • Rotation Practice Questions

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    • Reflection Introduction

    • Reflection Video Tutorial

    • Reflection Practice Questions

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    Combining Shapes

    • Combining Shapes Introduction

    • Combining Shapes Video Tutorial

    • Combining Shapes Practice Questions

  • 7

    Folding Shapes - Nets (Cubes)

    • Folding Shapes - Nets (Cubes) Introduction

    • Folding Shapes - Nets (Cubes) Video Tutorial

    • Folding Shapes - Nets (Cubes) Practice Questions

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    Opposite Faces

    • Opposite Faces Introduction

    • Opposite Faces Video Tutorial

    • Opposite Faces Practice Questions

  • 9

    Spinning Shapes

    • Spinning Shapes Introduction

    • Spinning Shapes Video Tutorial

    • Spinning Shapes Practice Questions

  • 10

    Fold and Punch

    • Fold and Punch Introduction

    • Fold and Punch Video Tutorial

    • Fold and Punch Practice Questions

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    Hidden Shapes

    • Hidden Shapes Introduction

    • Hidden Shapes Video Tutorial

    • Hidden Shapes Practice Questions

  • 12

    3D - Which Blocks Build the Stack

    • 3D - Which Blocks Build the Stack Introduction

    • 3D - Which Blocks Build the Stack Video Tutorial

    • 3D - Which Blocks Build the Stack Practice Questions

  • 13

    3D Block Rotation

    • 3D Block Rotation Introduction

    • 3D Block Rotation Video Tutorial

    • 3D Block Rotation Practice Questions

  • 14

    2D View of 3D Stack

    • 2D View of 3D Stack Introduction

    • 2D View of 3D Stack Video Tutorial

    • 2D View of 3D Stack Practice Questions

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    • Increase Your Skills!

Explained solutions

Our work-through videos feature comprehensive explanations. Using a virtual whiteboard, each question is meticulously solved and elucidated in real-time. You'll have the opportunity to witness the entire process through our detailed video solutions accompanied by insightful audio commentary.
  • The difference between Non-Verbal and Spatial Reasoning questions lies at the very core of their intelligence testing. Spatial reasoning questions are believed to require greater innate skills rather than being a logical or learned skill. This makes it harder to teach, as the very act of rotating or manipulating shapes in space, or 3D, in one’s mind is a mental activity that is hard to verbalise.

  • While some Non-Verbal Reasoning questions incorporate basic spatial skills, such as rotation and reflection, spatial skills are primarily the domain of spatial reasoning. Rotation takes place in 3D space, for example, rather than on a 2D plane as in the case of Non-Verbal Reasoning.


5 star rating

Opposite faces

Miseon Kang

Fairly easy and fun to do.

Fairly easy and fun to do.

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