Start Now with 100 Free Questions

# CogAT 7th Grade Practice Test

If you and your child have been curious about the types of questions that will be on the 7th-grade CogAT, here are some examples! These sample questions should give you a clearer understanding of the quantitative, verbal, and non-verbal skills your child should concentrate on and display during the exam. All the sample questions closely resemble the most current version of the CogAT, known as “Forms 7 and 8.”

### 1) Quantitative Battery: Number Puzzles

Number puzzles on the CogAT typically assess a student’s quantitative reasoning skills. For a 7th grader, these puzzles may involve various mathematical operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division, applied to a series of numbers. Students have to decipher the operations and apply them to solve the puzzle.

Example #1:

In this section, you will be given a mathematical equation. Choose the answer that should replace the ? or the symbol.

4 + 0.25 = 4 + ?4

a. 5       b. 4       c. 3       d. 2       e. 1

### 2) Non-Verbal Battery: Figure Classification

CogAT Figure Classification is a type of cognitive assessment question that evaluates a student’s abstract reasoning abilities. This type of question assesses a student’s ability to identify patterns, relationships, and similarities among various geometric figures.

In the CogAT Figure Classification subtest, the child examines three figures on the left with a specific relationship. The child then selects an answer on the right that mirrors the relationship found in the initial three figures. As the questions become more challenging, the three figures appear at the top, and the answer choices are presented below, following the same reasoning pattern.

Example #2:

Parent say to your child: The first 3 figures on the left (or, on top) relate to each other in some way. Find a figure to the right of the line (or, below the line) that goes with the first 3 figures in exactly the same way.

### 3) Verbal Battery: Verbal Analogy

CogAT Verbal Analogy assesses a student’s verbal reasoning abilities, particularly their ability to recognize and understand relationships between words. These questions can involve various types of relationships, including synonyms, antonyms, part-whole relationships, and more.

Example #3:

The first two words in the sentences below go together in a certain way. choose the answer that goes with the third word in the sentence the same way that the first and second words go together.

Obnoxious is to pleasant as radiant is to ______.

A. dull       B. bright       C. loud       D. quiet       E. soft

### 4) Quantitative Battery: Number Series

CogAT Number Series questions assess a student’s ability to recognize and extend numerical patterns or sequences.  Number Series questions are to assess a student’s ability to think critically, recognize mathematical patterns, and apply logical reasoning to solve numerical problems. These questions can vary in complexity, with more challenging sequences involving multiple operations or more intricate patterns.

Example #4:

Look at the numbers in each row below. There is a rule that governs the order in which the numbers occur in the series. Figure out the rule and then choose the number that comes next from the answer choices below.

153       116       122       153       116       ____

A. 120       B. 121       C. 122       D. 123       E. 124

### 5) Non-Verbal Battery: Paper Folding

CogAT Paper Folding questions assess a student’s spatial reasoning abilities, mental imagery, and understanding of geometric transformations. These questions can vary in complexity, with more advanced questions involving multiple folds and intricate patterns.

Example #5:

On the top row, you will see how a square piece of paper is folded sometimes once, sometimes twice, sometimes three times. Holes are then punched after the paper has been folded. Choose the answer in the second row that shows how the folded piece of paper would look after it is unfolded.

1) e

2) C – One horizontal line, three small triangles looking up, down and to the right

3) A

4) C – Repeat first three numbers

5) C

Preparing your child for the CogAT? Look no further than Testing Mom Online Tutoring – your partner for success! We grasp the pivotal role cognitive development plays, particularly for older students aiming for top performance. Our team of accomplished tutors specializes in CogAT preparation and is enthusiastic about delivering the tailored guidance and support your child truly deserves. There’s no need to delay – book a FREE consultation call with one of our experts today via Testing Mom Online Tutoring and bestow upon your child the advantage they’ve rightfully earned.

18 Responses

That was helpful, I’m still confused with most figure classifications

pretty good

This was a good experience, my child actually learned a few things from this!!!

Testing Mom is a wonderful site that really helped my daughter with her test preparations. Her exam is coming up soon and I think she is much better prepared than she was before to take and excel at the CogAt. Thank you Testing Mom!

I got them all correct!!! c:

Please send me 100 sample test for seven grade then I will decide

good

this was very helpful i will be practicng more problems so i can be more prepared for my test thank you

You’re welcome! Make sure you sign up for the 100 free practice questions for more Cogat.

Where can I find the free 100 practice questions?
Thank you

Hello,

Please reach out to our Parent Success Team at help@testingmom.com or by calling (877) 609-6203. They will be more than happy to assist you!

I am still confused with Non-Verbal Battery: Figure Classification

Hello,

Please reach out to our Parent Success Team at help@testingmom.com or by calling (877) 609-6203. They will be more than happy to assist you!

I LOVE math

I want to practice and check my knowledge

Hi Daksh,

With a paid membership to TestingMom, we offer over 6,600 practice questions (both printable and interactive) for the CogAT from Kindergarten to 8th grade!

All the best,

Marcus

This did not help I think I need more than 5 questions