David Hoyt Jumble puzzles can be solved with strategies used to make anagrams easier. For example, looking for common prefixes, suffixes and letters that often go together helps prompt possible words.
If a Jumble contains a common prefix or suffix, for example "er," try arranging the other letters into words that go with that prefix or suffix, suggests the word game website Hanging Hyena. Arranging the letters in different ways can help to solve a Jumble. Writing down the consonants in one place and the vowels in another is one option, according to online game website Adda52. Writing the letters in a circle is another trick that can prompt the mind to spot words.