The Word Analogy Tutorial Series

In the previous three posts, we have discussed methods and strategies on answering word analogy questions. In this post, we are going to summarize what we have learned.

This is the Word Analogy Tutorial Series.

How to Answer Word Analogy Questions Part 1 uses double word analogy question as an example to answer basic questions on verbal analogy. It uses the strategy of putting the words in sentences in order to see the relationship easily. It also teaches a strategy like looking at the words if they are noun, verb, etc. to identify the answer. 

How to Answer Word Analogy Questions Part 2 uses single word analogy as example and discusses in-depth analysis in finding the relationships between words. This includes step-by-step analogy and elimination.

How to Answer Word Analogy Questions Part 3 lists the most common relationships that usually appear in single word analogy and double word analogy exams. This includes synonyms, antonyms, cause and effect, whole and part, and many others.

That’s it! With all the knowledge that you have gained from this series, I hope that you would be able to use them in answering questions in Civil Service Examinations and other examinations as well. Good luck.

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  1. October 15, 2014

    […] One type of question in the Civil Service Examination is Word Analogy. Word Analogy, tests your knowledge to see the relationship between words. In this kind of test, first, you have to know the relationship between two words, and then look for the another pair of word that has the same relationship. In particular, this is called double-word analogy and the first post in the Word Analogy Tutorial Series. […]

  2. October 15, 2014

    […] ← How to Answer Word Analogy Questions Part 2 The Word Analogy Tutorial Series → […]

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