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The CogAT® Test Prep Survival Guide. Get your child ready for the CogAT test. Is your child taking the CogAT test for second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and sixth grade. If so, now's the time to start making sure you practice CogAT sample questions for the upcoming Cognitive Abilities Test. This guide includes over 50 CogAT test practice questions brought The CogAT® Test Prep Survival Guide. Get your child ready for the CogAT test. Is your child taking the CogAT test for second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and sixth grade. If so, now's the time to start making sure you practice CogAT sample questions for the upcoming Cognitive Abilities Test. This guide includes over 50 CogAT test practice questions brought to you by TestingMom.com. The CogAT is a cognitive test used by many school districts to qualify children for their gifted and talented programs. It is not an achievement test or an intelligence test. The test assesses reasoning and problem solving abilities in areas of 1) verbal, 2) math, and 3) non-verbal arenas. Verbal items on the CogAT test are questions involving language, words, and life-like images. Math questions assess quantitative mathematical reasoning skills. CogAT test non-verbal questions are shape-based problems. Using geometric figures, children must identify relationships, similarities and differences between shapes and patterns, recognize visual sequences and analogies, and predict what a piece of paper might look like when folded, hole-punched, and unfolded. Cognitive Abilities Test™ (CogAT®) is a registered trademark owned by Houghton Mifflin Company and published by Riverside Publishing, a Houghton Mifflin Company. Houghton Mifflin Company and Riverside Publishing are not affiliated with TestingMom.com, nor were they involved in the creation, production of this guide. They do not endorse or sponsor these practice questions. Trademarks referring to specific test providers are used by TestingMom.com for nominative purposes only: such trademarks are solely the property of their respective owners.


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The CogAT® Test Prep Survival Guide. Get your child ready for the CogAT test. Is your child taking the CogAT test for second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and sixth grade. If so, now's the time to start making sure you practice CogAT sample questions for the upcoming Cognitive Abilities Test. This guide includes over 50 CogAT test practice questions brought The CogAT® Test Prep Survival Guide. Get your child ready for the CogAT test. Is your child taking the CogAT test for second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and sixth grade. If so, now's the time to start making sure you practice CogAT sample questions for the upcoming Cognitive Abilities Test. This guide includes over 50 CogAT test practice questions brought to you by TestingMom.com. The CogAT is a cognitive test used by many school districts to qualify children for their gifted and talented programs. It is not an achievement test or an intelligence test. The test assesses reasoning and problem solving abilities in areas of 1) verbal, 2) math, and 3) non-verbal arenas. Verbal items on the CogAT test are questions involving language, words, and life-like images. Math questions assess quantitative mathematical reasoning skills. CogAT test non-verbal questions are shape-based problems. Using geometric figures, children must identify relationships, similarities and differences between shapes and patterns, recognize visual sequences and analogies, and predict what a piece of paper might look like when folded, hole-punched, and unfolded. Cognitive Abilities Test™ (CogAT®) is a registered trademark owned by Houghton Mifflin Company and published by Riverside Publishing, a Houghton Mifflin Company. Houghton Mifflin Company and Riverside Publishing are not affiliated with TestingMom.com, nor were they involved in the creation, production of this guide. They do not endorse or sponsor these practice questions. Trademarks referring to specific test providers are used by TestingMom.com for nominative purposes only: such trademarks are solely the property of their respective owners.

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