The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) is a standardized test designed to measure learned reasoning and problem-solving skills in three different areas: Verbal, Quantitative, and Nonverbal reasoning. It is important to note that the CogAT is neither an intelligence test nor an achievement test.
SAMPLE TASKS INCLUDE:
COMPREHENDING PROBLEM SITUATIONS
DETECTING SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
CLASSIFYING AND CATEGORIZING OBJECTS, EVENTS, AND OTHER STIMULI
CREATING AND ADAPTING PROBLEM-SOLVING STRATEGIES
USING FAMILIAR CONCEPTS AND SKILLS IN NEW CONTEXTS
WHO TAKES CogAT IN ROCKWOOD?
2nd and 4th Graders take the COGAT
September 20th - October 1, 2021
CogAT scores provide classroom teachers with information about student skills and readiness and are being used in the gifted education identification process.
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