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The following questions in this CogAT 10 practice test are written in the format of the CogAT and serve as practice to locate the areas that need strengthening as well as familiarize yourself with the contents of the exam.

The CogAT 10 test is divided into different sections known as batteries: Verbal battery, Nonverbal battery, and Quantitative battery. These batteries feature the following topics: Picture/Verbal analogies, Sentence Completion, Picture/Verbal Classification, Number Analogies, Number Series, Number Puzzles, Figure Matrices, Figure Classification, and Paper Folding. Each of these subtopics help develop a different skill and it is important to see all the different types of questions, their solutions, and the explanations to avoid having any surprises the day of the test. 

The primary levels of the CogAT focus more on picture analogies and picture classification instead of their verbal equivalents. This is to make the questions more intuitive and easier to solve for children that are still learning to read. 

The CogAT has also released a new test called: CogAT Screening Form. This new exam consists of the first exam in each battery of the original CogAT test. That is to say, Picture/Verbal Analogies (depending on the grade), Number Analogies, and Figure Matrices. Make sure to check whether your child will be taking the CogAT or the CogAT Screening Form and the appropriate level of the test.

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There are two norms used by the CogAT when scoring results. One of the norms, the age norm, is used to compare the performance in relation to other children of the same age. The CogAT also returns a raw score, which is later transformed into a Standard Age Score (also known as SAS).  


[1] Think about how the words in the top row go together. Which word in the bottom row fits best with the words in the top row?


[2] Which number goes in the square with the question mark?
[3] Look at the top row. See how the paper is folded and changed. Fill in the circle under the picture that shows how the paper looks when it is opened.

Answers

[1] Choice 2 – The correct answer is bishop. These are all examples of pieces on a chess board.

[2] Choice 1 – The correct answer is 5. The first thing to notice when solving this type of question is that both sides of the equation must be equal. Since we are trying to solve for the '?', we must get it by itself on one side of the equation. To do this we must subtract 7 from both sides: 2 × 6 − 7 = ? + 7 − 7. Our new equation is: 2 × 6 − 7 = ?. Now solve for '? ‘, since: 2 × 6 = 12 and 12 − 7 = 5, the correct answer is 5.

[3] Choice 3

– First the paper was folded diagonally from the upper-left corner to the lower-right corner. Then it was folded again from the lower-left corner to the upper-right corner. Then 3 holes in different shapes were punched out. Therefore, when the paper is unfolded the holes will mirror each other across the diagonals of the page. To solve this question, look for the answer choices in which the holes do not mirror each other in the right way. The 2nd and 4th choices can be eliminated in this way. Next, concentrate on the area of each remaining answer choice that appears in the rightmost frame of the question series (in this case the triangular area on the right side) and eliminate all choices that are different. The 1st choice can be eliminated as the circular hole is under the pentagon hole but should be above it. The 5th choice can also be eliminated as the pentagon has been rotated. We are left with the 3rd choice as the only correct answer.

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