What is the NNAT?
The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT Test or NNAT-2 Test) is a nonverbal test, which means that all the questions rely on shapes and figures instead of pictures or words. These tests assess a child’s thinking and reasoning abilities as opposed to what he or she has learned in school.
What is the format of the NNAT?
The NNAT Test has 48 questions that can be administered via pencil and paper or computer. It is often given in school settings to assess children for gifted and talented programs. These tests are widely considered to be some of the most unbiased assessments because the materials in the test are culturally unspecific and abstract.
How can I prepare my child for the NNAT?
Ask your child questions that test their knowledge of pattern completion, reasoning by analogy, serial reasoning, and spatial visualization. Get started with 100 sample questions today!
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