Bright Kids NYC Releases CogAT® Form 7 Practice Test – Third and Fourth Grades (Levels 9-10)

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New York’s premier tutoring and publications company, Bright Kids NYC, publishes CogAT Form 7 Practice Test – Third and Fourth Grades (Levels 9-10), adding to its growing line of test preparation materials created to help students and parents prepare for the CogAT.

CogAT, Third Grade, Practice Test, Level 9, Form 7

CogAT Form 7 Practice Test – Third Grade (Level 9)

Bright Kids Form 7 practice tests take into account the changes made to the CogAT since Form 6.

Bright Kids NYC is pleased to announce the release of another new practice test in its growing CogAT Form 7 series, CogAT Form 7 Practice Test – Third and Fourth Grades (Levels 9-10). Bright Kids NYC is committed to providing students with the necessary tools to perform their best on the CogAT. Each Bright Kids NYC CogAT practice test is written and designed to be faithful to the actual test.

The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) is split into three batteries designed to measure a students’ reasoning abilities most linked to academic success in school: Verbal, Quantitative, and Nonverbal. The CogAT helps educators make important student placement decisions, such as selecting students for Gifted and Talented programs. Also, the test’s Ability Profile Score can be used to expand the educational opportunities of all students.

Parents frequently turn to Bright Kids NYC to explain the differences between the CogAT Form 6 and the CogAT Form 7. Simply stated, the CogAT Form 7 is the most recent version of the test. Eventually, Form 7 will replace Form 6. Not all schools, however, will switch to the Form 7 right away. Bright Kids NYC recommends that parents check with their child’s school to determine which version of the CogAT he or she will take.

The Bright Kids CogAT Form 7 Practice Test – Third and Fourth Grades (Levels 9-10) contains Verbal, Quantitative, and Nonverbal batteries. Bright Kids Form 7 practice tests take into account the changes made to the CogAT since Form 6. The Quantitative Battery section, in particular, has seen significant changes. Quantitative Relations and Equation Building, for example, have been replaced with Number Analogies and Number Puzzles. Changes to the Nonverbal Battery section include the addition of Paper Folding in place of Figural Analysis.

The CogAT Form 7 Practice Test – Third and Fourth Grades (Levels 9-10) is a full-length practice test that includes 176 questions with an answer key.

Bright Kids NYC is committed to helping children succeed when taking the CogAT. The CogAT Form 7 Practice Test – Third and Fourth Grades (Levels 9-10) is the newest addition to the Bright Kids NYC CogAT series. Both are available now at http://www.brightkidsnyc.com.

Also, you can download the free Bright Kids app, Figural Analogies, available here.

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