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Unofficial K-2 CogAT Practice

I created practice sheets like these for my son and a couple of his friends when they took the CogAT 6 last fall. I made these worksheets after reading everything I could about IQ assessments in general, after having seen the uber expensive booklet Mercer Publishing puts out, and using my background as a teacher. I do not want to any way comprise the CogAT screening process, but let’s face it. If there is already a $45 test prep book out there, than it is already not a level playing field for children.

Here are two examples of ways you can prepare a K-2 child for the nonverbal section of tests like the CogAT. Please feel free to print these out and use them at home. I suggest making a whole bunch more practice sheets on your own. If you do so, please send me a jpeg so I can include your examples in this post. Thanks!


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