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What is a true false question?

offering several alternative answers from which the correct one is to be chosen or consisting of such questions. They look exactly the same, just as a particular correct answer on a true-false test looks the same whether the test taker is a straight-A student or someone who's guessing at every question

Verbal Ability

Verbal aptitude tests asses a person's ability to spell words correctly, use correct grammar, understand word meanings, understand word relationships and interpret detailed written information.
There are several types of verbal reasoning tests:
The basic (and also the easier) verbal aptitude test asks you to identify word analogies, complete sentences, or identify word synonyms/antonyms. It measures your ability to use the English language in the workplace – i.e. to communicate or understand information.
Verbal Aptitude tests are not only used at school admittance exams but are also frequently used by employers during employee selection for a broad variety of jobs.
The verbal aptitude test is one of the most commonly used psychometric (or aptitude) tests to measure a candidate’s suitability and potential.
The result of your verbal aptitude test assists employers to discover the extent to which you can:
1. identify critical business-related issues and logically draw conclusions from business-related reading material, such as company manuals and reports.
2. produce clearly written organisational reports and documents.
3. articulate business-related issues in a clear and simple manner to colleagues, managers and customers. These tests usually involve grammar, verbal analogies and following detailed written instructions. They can also include spelling, sentence completion and comprehension.
Because they depend on understanding the precise meaning of words, idioms and the structure of the language they discriminate very heavily towards native speakers of the language in which the test has been developed. If you speak English as a second language, even if this is at a high standard, you will be significantly disadvantaged.
You will usually find questions on all of the following:
a. Spelling
b. Grammar
c. Sentence Completion
d. Analogies
e. Word Groups
f. Instructions
g. Critical Reasoning
h. Verbal Deductions.
NOTE : Thus a candidate speaking english as a second language should master the above mentioned question types to improve his/her verbal ability.


General knowledge

High scorers on tests of general knowledge tend to also score highly on intelligence tests. IQ has been found to robustly predict general knowledge scores even after accounting for differences in age, sex, and five factor model personality traits. general knowledge is considered a component of crystallized intelligence. Standardized IQ tests may therefore include measures of general knowledge, such as in the information subtest of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale. General knowledge is also moderately associated with verbal ability, though only weakly or not at all with numerical and spatial ability. As with crystallized intelligence, general knowledge has been found to increase with age.