Question by  mocha45 (17)

What does CogAT testing measure?


Answer by  hagelsla (80)

The CogAT test measures a person's reasoning skills in the following areas--verbal, quantitative, and non-verbal. It is a norm-referenced test, and since it does not test on a set curriculum, there is no way to prepare or study specifically for the test.


Answer by  Russty (166)

The test is a measure of the cognitive ability of children from kindergarten to 12th grade. it measures verbal, qauntative and non verbal reasoning. Its used by parents to assess their child's development of reasoning abilites.


Answer by  Darry (3853)

The CogAT, or cognitive abilities test, measures reasoning skills. The first portion of the test is the verbal battery which tests vocabulary and comprehension. Second is quantitative reasoning which tests reasoning and problem solving. Finally there is non-verbal battery which tests for analysis and reasoning. Overall there is no way to study and should reflect general intellect and reasoning abilities.

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