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SCAT Test What is the SCAT Test? The Center for Talented Youth (CFY) at Johns Hopkins uses the School and College Ability Test (SCAT Test) to identify talented 2nd – 12 graders for their program. The SCAT test is an “above grade level” test. Students in 2nd – 3rd grade take the Elementary Level, which has questions created at the 3rd – 6th grade level. Students in 4th – 5th grade take the Intermediate Level, which has questions created at the 6th – 9th grade level. Students in grade 6 and above take the Advanced Level, which has questions created at the 9th – 12th grade level of achievement. The SCAT test has a verbal (analogies) and quantitative section. School and College Ability Test © (SCAT©) is a registered trademark of Johns Hopkins University, Center for Talented Youth and its affiliates (“JHU CTY”). JHU CTY does not sponsor or endorse any TestingMom.com products or programs, nor has this TestingMom.com product or program been reviewed, certified, or approved by JHU CTY.  The questions used by TestingMom.com are TestingMom.com’s own materials, created based on publicly available information, and in no way do they correspond to actual SCAT© testing materials. TestingMom.com uses practice materials only; not actual test questions. Trademarks referring to JHU CTY are used for nominative purposes only and such trademarks are solely the property of their respective owner.
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