CogAT 5th Grade Practice Test
If you and your child have wondered what kinds of questions will appear on the fifth grade CogAT, below are some examples! These sample questions should provide you with a better idea of the quantitative, verbal and non-Verbal skills that your child should focus on, and demonstrate during the exam. All sample questions are similar to the most current version of the CogAT, “Forms 7 and 8”.
1.) Quantitative Battery: Number Puzzles
In this section, you will be given a mathematical equation. Choose the answer that should replace the ? or the symbol.
2.) Non-Verbal Battery: Figure Classification
Parent say to your child: Look at the first three figures. They go together in some way. Choose one more figure in the rest of the row that goes with the first three figures in the same way.
3.) Verbal Battery: Verbal Analogy
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.
4.) Quantitative Battery: Number Series
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.
5.) Non-Verbal Battery: Paper Folding
Parents say to your child: 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 like after it is unfolded.
2.) D- Same figure rotated
4.) C 32 (Subtract 8)