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NNAT 3rd-4th Grades (Level D)

Scroll down to learn about the NNAT Level D test for 3rd and 4th graders. Read about the different question types and how to prepare for the test.
NNAT Level D (3rd-4th Grades)

3 full-length practice tests and additional practice questions (250 total questions).

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Which NNAT level do 3rd and 4th graders take?

Schools often administer the NNAT D to 3rd and 4th grade students seeking placement in gifted and talented programs. The NNAT assesses reasoning skills by measuring nonverbal ability. In other words, the NNAT does not include any verbal directions. Students have 30 minutes to complete a total of 48 questions on the NNAT Level D for 3rd and 4th grade entry. The NNAT includes types of questions which children are often not exposed to at school. Therefore, it is important to familiarize your child with the NNAT prior to the day of the test.

Learn more about gifted testing in your school district.

What types of questions are on the NNAT Level D?

The Level D NNAT includes four types of questions: Pattern Completion, Reasoning by Analogy, Serial Reasoning, and Spatial Visualization.

LevelGradePattern CompletionReasoning by AnalogySerial ReasoningSpatial Visualization




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