Gifted and talented practice test

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Gifted and Talented Test Preparation Workbook for children in preschool and kindergarten Test prep Practice test for pre-k and kindergarten: NNAT2 (R) NNAT3 (R) OLSAT(R) COGAT by Pre-K Lab

The book’s programs help to cultivate creative problem-solving abilities and invest your child with the knowledge needed for the test. Our programs not only teach foundational concepts – such as sequence ordering, pattern completion, and similarity and difference identification - but they also reinforce these concepts throughout every subject, allowing students to learn these skills in new and exciting ways.
Your child must be familiar with test material AND be able to focus on test material for longer than the typical 4-5 minute attention span of most young kids. This book offers a chance to do both.
This resource focuses on three aptitude tests commonly used for gifted program screening: the OLSAT® (Level A), NNAT2® (Level A), and the COGAT®.
Our program also seeks to expose children to a wide variety of objects, people, jobs, and situations and is proven to increase children’s vocabularies.
Such exposure to multiple life scenarios and world cultures as well as the development of children’s vocabularies are important for G&T Testing as the exam may ask a child to identify unfamiliar public figures, items, or concepts.
It’s important for parents to understand the intent and content of the Gifted and Talented (G&T) test to best prepare their child for the entrance exam.
Some exams may even consist of several components such as the Otis–Lennon School Ability Test (OLSAT), the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test 2 (NNAT2), and the Cognitive Abilities Test (COGAT). Below outlines what each test covers.
The OLSAT tests students’ Verbal Comprehension and Reasoning Skills - such as their ability to follow Multi-step Oral Directions. It also tests students’ abilities to Think Abstractly and Make Connections Using Verbal Cues.
The NNAT2 tests students’ nonverbal problem-solving skills such as: Abilities to perform Spatial Visualization, Serial Reasoning, Pattern Completion, and Reasoning by Analogy.
The COGAT test measures students’ Reasoning Abilities in the three areas that are linked to academic success: Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
Exercises focus on cognitive skill-building, reasoning skills, and problem solving abilities and thoroughly cover the tests’ sections: OLSAT®, NNAT2®, COGAT® .
Test preparation booklets can only familiarize your child with the exam format. That is why at Gifted and Talented Test Preparation we believe success on the test is not a result of cramming before the test, but a result of a continued successful commitment in a child’s education.
Investing in early childhood education pays huge dividends for getting students in the G&T program in school.
(COGAT® is a registered trademark of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. OLSAT® and NNAT2® are trademarks of Pearson Education. These test publishers are not affiliated with Gateway Gifted Resources and do not endorse this product.)

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First grade gifted program test preparation Part 1

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Families may file a Request for Testing in the fall, and the test is administered to students in January. Children perform tasks such as completing patterns, sequencing, and connecting ideas in order to demonstrate an understanding of relationships and an ability to solve problems. The assessment includes tasks such as detecting likenesses and differences, recalling words and numbers, defining words, following directions, establishing sequence, and solving arithmetic problems. The test is not timed, and children work at their own pace, but it usually takes between 30 minutes and one hour to complete. All test items on the test are multiple-choice. Answers are scanned and machine-scored.

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Continue practicing to keep that knowledge strong and intact. Which answer choice completes the design? The direction in which you examine the question should depend on where you can most easily visualize the analogous relationship. Which step is missing? Imagine continuing the two curves across the empty square. The right side of the outermost curve will be white.

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