QuestionsDefine Verbal and Non Verbal tests of Intelligence?
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Verbal tests: These are tests in which questions are offered orally or in writing in a specified language, and responses must likewise be supplied orally or in writing.
Because illiterates and tiny children lack language aptitude, these exams are not meant for and cannot be used on them. (ii) Nonverbal tests: These are tests that do not need the use of words but may be controlled through the use of figures, drawings, blocks, or even other items. Army Beta Intelligence Test, Pidgon's nonverbal tests, and Raven's Progressive Matrices are examples. Their benefit is that they may be used to test participants who do not speak English.