The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT) is a nonverbal ability test. These tests serve as a measure for identifying and placing students of K-12 for gifted and talented or Advanced Academic programs in many schools across USA and other countries. The NNAT test is based on complex geometric shapes and figures to evaluate problem-solving and reasoning abilities of students.
The test doesn't require mastery of any language, quantitative aptitude and reading skills and uses minimum directions to solve the questions. The test measures the advanced levels of reasoning abilities in children.
The NNAT2 and NNAT3 (editions) test includes 48 questions and is administered over 30 minutes period. It has seven different levels
(Marked from A to G), and each level is varied from the other by difficulty of questions and the kinds of questions on the test.
There are 4 types of questions on the NNAT test:
Pattern completion: Students Identify the missing portion of the given picture.
Reasoning by analogy: Relationship between the abstract geometric shapes is identified
Serial reasoning: A sequence of shapes, objects are identified
Spatial visualization: Two or more objects are combined to form a new object. The objects can be viewed in different sides / ways. We have a variety of packages to practice and get an edge on NNAT test with tips to solve them.
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