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# Practice for the Otis Lennon School Abilities Test ® or OLSAT ® Test

#### OVER 35,000 Practice Questions for Gifted and Talented and Private School Admissions Testing including for the OLSAT test. Can your child answer this practice question for the OLSAT test?

Point to the picture that shows this:  The nickel changed place with the penny and the quarter changed places with the dime.  3rd image over the bubble. [1st grade Following Directions practice question]

• The OLSAT test (the Otis–Lennon School Ability Test) is designed to assess your child’s performance across a wide variety of reasoning skill sets. It is an intelligence test that can be given in a group setting, so schools use it frequently to assess children for gifted and talented programs.

The OLSAT test is a very challenging test. With kids as young as 4-years-old, some of the biggest hurdles to them is to learning how to sit still, listen carefully to what is being asked of them, then knowing how to think through a question and look at all the answer choices before jumping in and answering.

The 7 abilities that make the biggest difference with the OLSAT test are listening and focusing, language, knowledge/comprehension, memory, mathematics, visual spatial reasoning, and cognitive or thinking skills.

# Gifted and Talented Test Practice

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Look at the shapes in the boxes across the rows and up and down the columns.  Do you see how they are related to each other?  Find the answer that goes in the empty box so the rows and columns follow a pattern.  Answer: D – 3 different shapes with 3 different colors and 3 different background colors alternating. [1st – 2nd grade Serial Reasoning practice question]

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# Practice for Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test ® or NNAT ® 2 Test

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Look at the pattern on top.  A piece has been taken out of it.  Choose the piece below the pattern that goes where the question mark is to complete the pattern.  Answer:  D [1st – 2nd Grade Pattern Completion practice question]

The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, or the NNAT test, is a nonverbal test, which means that all the questions rely on shapes and figures instead of pictures or words. The test assesses a child’s thinking and reasoning abilities as opposed to what he or she has learned in school. The Naglieri test is considered a non-verbal test and is unbiased for a child whose first language is not English.

The NNAT test contains four subtests:

Pattern completion
Reasoning by analogy
Serial reasoning
Spatial visualization

Even though the NNAT2 test is given by grade level, it is scored based on a child’s age. Children are compared to other children within 3 months of their own age.

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# Practice for ERB – WPPSI ™ IV Test - Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence ™ IV Test

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Do you see how the pictures in the top two boxes go together in a certain way?  Look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which picture on the side goes with the picture on the bottom the same way the 2 pictures on top go together?  Answer: 3rd picture over the bubble [Matrix Reasoning practice question for a 4 – 6 year old child]

The WPPSI test is an IQ test. The purpose of the test is to assess your child’s IQ or intellectual quotient. The IQ refers to the composite intelligence test score that comes from combining all the subtest scores on the WPPSI test. This WPPSI-IV test is given to children between the ages of 2.6 and 7.3. It can take about 40 to 50 minutes to administer, depending on whether or not all the subtests are given and how many questions a child answers.

There are two versions of the WPPSI test - the WPPSI-III test and the WPPSI-IV test. There is a lot of overlap between the types of activities and the underlying abilities covered by both tests. Most psychologists today administer the newer WPPSI-IV test. If your child finishes working with the practice questions for WPPSI-IV test, you can go back and do practice questions for WPPSI-III test.

Because the WPPSI test is so different from a skills or achievement test, it is difficult to study for. Additionally, since it is given to children so young, most of whom have never taken a test before, there is a chance that a child might get scared or nervous, and make mistakes that could cost him many points.

For these reasons, we believe it is critical that (at the minimum) you give your child exposure to the types of questions that he or she will encounter on the WPPSI test. By giving your child some familiarity with the kinds of questions she will see on the WPPSI test and tasks she have to will do, you will dramatically decrease her chances of making simple mistakes or getting confused.

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# Practice for Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children ® or WISC ® IQ Test

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Look at this picture.  Something important is missing.  What’s missing from this picture?  Answer: the mouthpiece [Picture Completion practice question for an 8-9 year old]

The WISC – IV test, or the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, is an IQ test given to children between the ages of 6 and 16:11. It takes 65 to 80 minutes and is administered by a psychologist. On the WISC-IV test, each subtest starts at an easy level for the child. The psychologist will continue to ask the child questions until he misses 4 or 5 in a row.

Because an IQ test is so different from a skills or achievement test, it is difficult to study for. Additionally, since it is given to children so young, there is a chance that a child might get scared or nervous, and make mistakes that could cost him many points.

For these reasons, we believe it is critical that (at the minimum) you give your child exposure to the types of questions that he or she will encounter on the test. By giving your child some familiarity with the kinds of questions she will see and tasks she have to will do, you will dramatically decrease her chances of making simple mistakes or getting confused.

A child taking the WISC-IV test receives a Full Scale IQ score, a Verbal Comprehension Index (a score based on verbal Items), a Perceptual Reasoning Index (a score based on performance or visual-spatial reasoning items), a Working Memory Index (a score based on working memory items), and a Processing Speed Index (a score based on how the child performs on timed portions of the test). Verbal items on a test are expressive and receptive language based questions. Perceptual Reasoning items relate to items that tax a child’s non-verbal or visual-spatial reasoning skills. These are items that don’t require language to solve them – items like recreating block patterns or solving matrix puzzles. Working Memory items are tasks where the student must remember something she just heard and then do something with that information.

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# Practice for the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test ™ or KBIT ™ 2 Test

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Do you see how the pictures in the top two boxes go together in a certain way?  Look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which picture on the side goes with the picture on the bottom the same way the 2 pictures on top go together?  Answer: 3rd picture over the bubble – domino side-one is 1 less, domino side-two is 2 more [Matrix Reasoning practice question for a 10 – 11 year old child]

What is the KBIT2 Test?

The Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test (KBIT2 test) is a brief (about 20-minutes), individually administered measure of verbal and non-verbal intelligence. The KBIT2 test is often used to qualify children for a gifted program. Sometimes it is given as a “pre-qualifier” or “screener.” A child who does very well on the KBIT2 test is then invited to go on for more thorough testing, in many cases a complete IQ test. There are three scores for the KBIT2 test — verbal, non-verbal and overall composite of the IQ.

The KBIT2 test has 3 types of questions:

1) Verbal Knowledge

2) Matrices

3) Riddles

TestingMom.com has practice questions for the KBIT2 test.

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# Practice for Independent School Entrance Exam ® - ISEE ® Test - Lower Level & Middle Level

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What kind of angle do the hands on a clock make when the time is 12:05?

a)      acute

b)      obtuse

c)      right

d)      none of the above

The Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE Test) is an achievement/reasoning test that many independent schools around the country use to evaluate children for private school entry. It was developed by the ERB. It can be administered in an ERB office or at a school. The ISEE test has five sections (Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning/Math Achievement, Reading Comprehension, and an optional Writing exercise) at three levels to evaluate children for entry into grades 5 and 6, grades 7 and 8, and grades 9 through 12.

TestingMom.com has practice test materials for the ISEE test for 4th, 5th and 6th graders applying to the next grade level. Students taking this test are part of the ISEE Test Lower Level and ISEE Test Middle Level.

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## Practice for California Standardized Testing and Reporting Test or the CA STAR Test

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If a clock reads 4:05, what time will it be in 10 minutes?

a)      14:05

b)      4:15

c)      4:25

d)      10:04

What is the CA STAR Exam? The California STAR (California Standardized Testing and Reporting) Test is a standardized test given to children in California. Each spring, students in grades two through eleven take a STAR test. The STAR Program looks at how well schools and students are performing. Students take tests in math, reading, writing, science, and history. The STAR test consists of four tests - the California Modified Assessment or CMA, the California Alternate Performance Assessment or CAPA, the California Standards Test or CST and the Standards-Based Tests in Spanish or STS. TestingMom.com offers prep materials for the California STAR test, ranging from 2nd to 8th grade, including access to Study Island, SmartMath by Britannica and BrainPop. Beginning in 2015, California will be using the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Test (SBAC) Test that follows Common Core Standards.

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## Practice for Texas STAAR ™ Test (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness ™ Test)

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Reilly                   Good                                        Show

Look at the three words above.  Which word is spelled wrong?  Answer:  reilly (really) [2nd grade Language – Spelling practice question]

The STAAR test is Texas’s achievement testing program. The tests assess student preparedness for current grade level success, for moving onto the next grade or course, and for longer-term college and career readiness.

Beginning in 3rd grade, students are tested in core subject areas of reading, writing, mathematics, science and social studies. These subjects are covered from grades 3-8. During the high school years, five end-of-course (EOC) tests replace the grade specific tests in these subjects. Most 3rd to 8th graders have 2 to 5 testing days during each school year when the STAAR test is administered.

Tests given at each grade level

The number of tests given in a year ranges from 2 to 4, depending on a child’s grade level.

Grade 8 – Mathematics, English, Science, Social Studies

The format of the test is multiple-choice with 4 answer choices, written composition, short-answer and “griddable” or open-ended questions, along with thematically linked reading selections. From 3rd-8th grade, the test is offered in paper format only.

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## Practice for New York Regents State Examination

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What is the Regents Examination? The NY Regents Exam is a standardized test given to children in New York State ranging from 3rd grade to high school. TestingMom.com offers prep materials for the Elementary Regents Exam, covering 3rd to 5th grade, as well as the Intermediate Regents Exam, covering 6th to 8th grade.

New York Regents Examinations (NY Regents) standardized tests are given to all children in New York State and administered by the New York State Education Department. Each New York Regents test level within the Regents exam consists of a series of tests administered in content sections with each section designed to measure specific skills contained within the State of New York Education Department Regents. Practice questions for the NY Regents are good to help your child prepared with Regents test prep. Sections in the NYSED Regents sample test questions include: Regents Math test & Regents English or Regents Reading test.

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## Practice for The Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking ® or TTCT ® Test

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Say to your child: “Let’s do some drawing. Here are some squares with little figures drawn inside of them. When I say ‘start,’ take your pencil and try to make each figure into something else. You can do whatever you want with these. You can make them funny or beautiful. You can add words. You can use more than one at a time – whatever you want. There is no right or wrong. Ready, ‘start.’” Give your child 5 minutes for this exercise.

The Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, or Torrance Tests, are one of the most common tests used to assess creativity in a child or an adult. The TTCT test is a series of figural exercises (thinking with pictures) and verbal activities (thinking with words) that students do to showcase their creative abilities.

This test is used by both businesses and schools. Often, in a school setting, a few of the exercises from the TTCT test are chosen to be administered along with other intelligence or achievement tests. They might choose one figural and one verbal activity to include in their evaluation if they are looking for children who are both highly creative and intelligent to be part of their program.

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## Practice for the Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices ™ Test

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Raven’s Progressive Matrices are multiple choice tests that assess visual-spatial reasoning. In each Raven’s Matrices test “puzzle,” your child is asked to identify the missing item that completes a pattern. Many patterns are presented in the form of a matrix, giving the Raven’s Progressive Matrices test its name. In each test item, your child is asked to find the missing pattern in a series. Each set of test questions within the Raven’s Matrices test gets progressively harder for the child, requiring greater cognitive capacity to encode and analyze questions from the Raven’s Test. TestingMom.com has practice questions for the Raven's test.

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## Practice for the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales ™ or RIAS ™ Test

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The items above go together in some way.  But one item doesn’t belong.  Point to the one item that doesn’t belong with this group.  Answer: 2nd figure over the bubble – the line for the “L” is on the bottom [3rd grade Odd Man Out practice question]

The Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS Test) is a brief, individually administered measure of verbal and non-verbal intelligence. The RIAS test is often used by itself to qualify children for a gifted program. Sometimes it is given as a “pre-qualifier.” A child who does very well on the RIAS test may then be invited to go on for more thorough testing, in many cases a complete IQ test. There are three scores for the RIAS Test — Verbal, Non-Verbal and Memory. The RIAS test has 6 types of questions: “Odd Man Out,” “Guess What,” verbal reasoning, verbal memory, non-verbal memory, and “What’s Missing?”

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• • Chicago - CPS Test

• • CogAT ® Test Form 6 and Form 7

• • CTP ®-ERB Test

• • ISEE ® - ERB Test

• • ITBS ® Test (Iowa ® Test)

• • KBIT ™-2 Test (Kaufman ™ Test)

• • NNAT ®-2 Test - (Naglieri Non-verbal Abilities Test ®)

• • NYC Gifted and Talented Testing

• • NYC Private School - ERB

• • OLSAT ® Test

• • RIAS ™ Test (Reynolds ™ Test)

• • Raven's Matrices ™ Test

• • Stanford-Binet ® V Test

• • Torrance Test of Creative Thinking ®

• • WISC ® - IV Test

• • WPPSI ™ - III and WPPSI ™ - IV Tests

• • Woodcock-Johnson ® Test

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Bracken School Readiness Assessment™ (BSRA™); Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test™, Second Edition™ (KBIT™-2); NNAT®-2 and Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test®; Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices™; OLSAT® – Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®, Eighth Edition®; Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children® — Fourth Edition (WISC®-IV); Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence™ – Third Edition (WPPSI™ – III); and Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence™ – Fourth Edition (WPPSI™ – IV) are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Pearson Education, Inc or its affiliate(s), or their licensors. TestingMom.com is not affiliated with nor related to Pearson Education, Inc or its affiliates (“Pearson”). Pearson does not sponsor or endorse any TestingMom.com product, nor have TestingMom.com products or services been reviewed, certified, or approved by Pearson. Trademarks referring to specific test providers are used by TestingMom.com for nominative purposes only and such trademarks are solely the property of their respective owners.

# Practice for Common Core Standards Test

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What is the Common Core Standards Test?

State Achievement Tests are exams that measure your child's knowledge and understanding of academic content, including math, reading, English, science & social studies. These tests are given each year in public elementary and secondary school across the country. The Common Core Standards initiative began in 2009 and sought to bring all the states' various curricula and Achievement Tests into one, markedly tougher set of curriculum standards that students across the country should all know and be able to do.

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# Practice for ERB ® Test - Educational Records Bureau ® Test

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Do you see how the pictures in the top two boxes go together in a certain way? Look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which picture on the side goes with the picture on the bottom the same way the 2 pictures on top go together? Answer: 3rd picture over the bubble [Matrix Reasoning practice question for a 4 – 6 year old child]
The Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence ™ III and IV tests or the WPPSI ™ test is often administered by the Educational Record Bureau to be used for private school admissions screening or for gifted and talented. The Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence Test (WPPSI Test) is administered by the ERB (Educational Record Bureau). The ERB test, or WPPSI test, is an IQ assessment, meaning that it measures your child’s IQ or intellectual quotient. The IQ refers to the composite intelligence test score that comes from combining all the subtest scores on the WPPSI test. The ERB also administers other tests including the WISC® IV test, or the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children® IV test, the CTP® test or Comprehensive Testing Program® and the ISEE® test or Independent School Entrance Exam®.

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# Practice for CCAT ™ Test or the Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test ™

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The top row shows a piece of paper being folded once, twice, then a third time.  Then, holes are punched in the paper.  Point to the picture on the second row that shows how that folded piece of paper would look when unfolded.  [3 rd grade Paper Folding practice question]

• The Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test (CCAT Test) is a commonly-given group intelligence test used in Canada to qualify students for gifted and talented programs. It requires 90-minutes to administer over three sessions and is available for students in grades K – 12. Unlike the Canadian Test of Basic Skills™, which is an achievement test assessing information and abilities learned in school, the CCAT test is more akin to an IQ test that assesses cognitive or intelligence skills.

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# Practice for Canadian Test of Basic Skills ™ or CTBS ™ Test

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The Canadian Tests of Basic Skills (CTBS Test) is a standardized test given to children. Each CTBS test level within the Canadian CTBS Test consists of a series of tests administered in sections, with each section designed to measure specific skills contained within the test. TestingMom.com has practice questions for the CTBS test for kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, and sixth grade, covering all the sections tested on the CTBS test, including vocabulary, word analysis, and reading comprehension.

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## Practice for the School & College Ability Test or SCAT Test

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Can your child answer the practice question for the SCAT Test below?

Look at the two words on top. They belong together in a certain way. Now look at the answer choices below. Choose the best pair of words in the answer choices that go together the same way the two words on top go together.

nucleus: cell::
A. pupil: ear
B. motor: floppy disk drive
C. flower: pharynx
D. duodenum: digestive system

The SCAT test is used to identify talented 2nd – 12th graders for the Center for Talented Youth (CFY) Program at Johns Hopkins. The SCAT test has a verbal and quantitative section, each with 55 questions.

The SCAT test is an “above grade level test.” For the SCAT test, children in 2-3rd grade take the Elementary Level, which has questions created at the 3 – 6th grade level of achievement. Children in 4th – 5th grade take the Intermediate Level, which has questions created at the 6th – 9th grade level of achievement. Children in grade 6 and above take the Advanced Level, which has questions created at the 9th – 12th grade level of achievement.

# Educational Games, Learning Activities and Curriculum for Pre K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade

#### OVER 25,000 Practice Test Questions for Educational School Enrichment and Test Preparation.

IF YOU'RE LIKE MOST PARENTS, YOU WANT TO GIVE YOUR CHILD THE BEST EDUCATION YOU CAN.

Have you ever worried if your child is not ready to enter Pre K, Kindergarten or 1st Grade? Are you concerned that your child won't get into the school you most want him or her to attend?

The good news is you can put your fears to rest and prepare your young child for school without pressure, expensive tutors or overpriced workbooks!

When my son, Sam, was 3 years old he was given the IQ test he would eventually have to take to qualify for private Kindergarten at age 4. Because of a hearing problem, his scores were abysmal - in the 37th percentile. I was told, "Your child will never be able to function in a regular classroom." Luckily, my own mother has her PhD in Early Childhood Education. She helped me understand the abilities Sam needed to develop in order to do well on an IQ test and, more importantly, to excel in Kindergarten. Every night for about a year I worked with him for a half-hour or so. At age 4, he was tested again - this time (tada!) he scored in the 94th percentile! Sam was accepted into a top private school in our area.

WHAT WAS MY SECRET?

Did I use expensive workbooks with him? NO.

Did I hire tutors to work with him? NO.

Did I drill him on the basics or send him to a kindergarten test prep boot camp? NO!

Instead, I developed my own curriculum to work with my child on language, memory, math, critical thinking, visual spacial and fine-motor skills and I made it fun for him! We played games, sang songs, read stories, painted pictures and laughed our way through these very important lessons. My child was able to develop the essential abilities that every child MUST HAVE to ace an intelligence test, excel in kindergarten and succeed in his or her entire school career.

No one can teach your child these skills better than you can. We offer thousands of practice test questions, a full school enrichment curriculum, fun learning games, and more to help you take your child's education into your own hands.

# Educational Games, Learning Activities and Curriculum for Pre K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade

#### OVER 25,000 Practice Test Questions for Educational School Enrichment and Test Preparation.

IF YOU'RE LIKE MOST PARENTS, YOU WANT TO GIVE YOUR CHILD THE BEST EDUCATION YOU CAN.

Have you ever worried if your child is not ready to enter Pre K, Kindergarten or 1st Grade? Are you concerned that your child won't get into the school you most want him or her to attend?

The good news is you can put your fears to rest and prepare your young child for school without pressure, expensive tutors or overpriced workbooks!

When my son, Sam, was 3 years old he was given the IQ test he would eventually have to take to qualify for private Kindergarten at age 4. Because of a hearing problem, his scores were abysmal - in the 37th percentile. I was told, "Your child will never be able to function in a regular classroom." Luckily, my own mother has her PhD in Early Childhood Education. She helped me understand the abilities Sam needed to develop in order to do well on an IQ test and, more importantly, to excel in Kindergarten. Every night for about a year I worked with him for a half-hour or so. At age 4, he was tested again - this time (tada!) he scored in the 94th percentile! Sam was accepted into a top private school in our area.

WHAT WAS MY SECRET?

Did I use expensive workbooks with him? NO.

Did I hire tutors to work with him? NO.

Did I drill him on the basics or send him to a kindergarten test prep boot camp? NO!

Instead, I developed my own curriculum to work with my child on language, memory, math, critical thinking, visual spacial and fine-motor skills and I made it fun for him! We played games, sang songs, read stories, painted pictures and laughed our way through these very important lessons. My child was able to develop the essential abilities that every child MUST HAVE to ace an intelligence test, excel in kindergarten and succeed in his or her entire school career.

No one can teach your child these skills better than you can. We offer thousands of practice test questions, a full school enrichment curriculum, fun learning games, and more to help you take your child's education into your own hands.

Practice for the CogAT ® Test (Cognitive Abilities Test™)

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Can your child answer the practice question for the CogAT Test (Cognitive Abilities Test Form 7) below?

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The top row shows a piece of paper being folded once, twice, then a third time. Then, holes are punched in the paper. Point to the picture on the second row that shows how that folded piece of paper would look when unfolded. [3rd grade Paper Folding practice question]

What is the CogAT test? The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT test) is given as a gifted and talented screening test from Kindergarten all the way through high school to measure a child’s reasoning abilities for verbal, nonverbal and quantitative reasoning. We have practice questions for the CogAT test for Pre-K, Kindergarten, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and sixth grade.

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) provide challenging learning experiences designed to meet various academic profiles of advanced learners. Virginia public schools participate in CogAT testing.

Cognitive Abilities Test™ (CogAT®) is a registered trademark of Riverside Publishing, a Houghton Mifflin Company, or their affiliate(s), or their licensors. TestingMom.com is not affiliated with nor related to Houghton Mifflin Company or its affiliates (“Houghton Mifflin”). Houghton Mifflin does not sponsor or endorse any TestingMom.com product, nor have TestingMom.com products or services been reviewed, certified, or approved by Houghton Mifflin. Trademarks referring to specific test providers are used by TestingMom.com for nominative purposes only and such trademarks are solely the property of their respective owners.