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This SHL video guide is going to give you everything you need to know – an overview of the tests you might take, including the new and popular interactive version, solved sample questions, and tips for passing.

This video will go over the following subjects:

00:00 – Intro
00:25 – What is SHL?
01:04 – SHL Aptitude Tests
01:24 – SHL General Ability Test (Verify G+)
02:05 – SHL Numerical
02:47 – SHL Numerical Sample Question
03:00 – SHL Inductive
03:37 – SHL Inductive Sample Question
03:49 – SHL Deductive
04:17 – SHL Deductive Sample Question
04:32 – SHL Verbal
05:14 – SHL Verbal Sample Question
05:33 – Tips and Preparation Guidelines
08:08 – Summary

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Numerical Question Solution:

Inductive Reasoning Question Solution:

In this question, the given connected nodes are AZ-19-BY and a dashed arrow instructing you to connect BY to 28.

As can be seen, each node containing letters is connected to a node containing a two-digit number, starting with the AZ node.

AZ – 19: AZ is made of the two letters from opposite extremes of the alphabet; A is the first letter in the alphabet and Z is the last letter. Following a similar pattern, 1 is the smallest number in the group of nodes and 9 is the biggest number in the group of nodes.

BY – 28: B is the second-from-the-beginning letter and Y is the one-before-last letter in the alphabet, 2 is the second small number and 8 is the second big number, from the top, in the group of nodes.

CX – 37: C is the third-from-the-beginning letter and X is the two-before-last letter, 3 is the third small number and 7 is the third big number, from the top, in the group of nodes.

And so forth.

Deductive Question Solution:

Alice is at a meeting between 11:30 and 1:00 pm; therefore, at 12:30 pm, she will be in the meeting room.

Trever is having lunch between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm; therefore, at 12:30 pm, he will be at the editing desk.

Dina is doing an editing job between 10:00 and 1:30 pm; therefore, at 12:30 p.m., she will be at the editing desk.

Josh is having a coffee break between 12:30 pm and 12:45 pm; therefore, at 12:30 pm he will be in the mini kitchen.

Verbal Question Solution:

The correct answer is False.

According to the text, epidemics, natural disasters, and unstable weather are all responsible for oscillations in mean life expectancy. Therefore, this is not a unique attribute of natural disasters.

There is a difference between stating “an indisputable cause” and “the indisputable cause”. The first option implies that it is one factor among a few that affects mean life expectancy, while the second option implies a unique attribute. Also, the word “indisputable” serves as another distracter, making us focus on the adjective, while it is not the main issue here.


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