# Free CogAT Level 5/6 (Kindergarten) Sample Test

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[1] The three pictures on the left are like each other in some way. Which picture on the right goes best with the pictures on the left?

[2] Look at the trains on the first and second row. We need to make the two trains carry the same number of books. How many books should we put on the second train to make it carry the same number of books as the first train?

[3] Look at the top row. See how the paper is folded and changed. Choose the picture that shows how the paper looks when it is opened.

[1] Choice 2 – Look at the first three pictures. All these items can be used to cut things. The correct answer should be a similar item. The hammer and the wrench cannot be used for cutting, so they are not correct answers. We are left with the bread knife as the best possible answer, therefore it is the correct choice.

[2] Choice 1 – In the first train there are three books. In the second train there are two books. How many books do we need to put in the car with the question mark so that both trains will carry the same number of books? We need to put one book in the car, because 2 + 1 = 3. The only answer choice that shows this number of books is answer choice 1, which is the correct answer.

[3] Choice 3 – First the square paper is folded in half widthwise. Then a star is cut out of the folded paper. Therefore, the unfolded paper will have two star cut-outs. Since the paper is folded widthwise, the second star should flip over the fold and reflect the first star like in a mirror. This eliminates answer choice 1 since the second star appears next to the first star, on the same fold and not over the fold. Answer choice 2 can be eliminated because the second star appears over the fold but not across from the first shape, like in a mirror. We are left with answer choice 3, which is the correct answer.

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