Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cogat Test Prep

  Cognitive abilities tests are designed for measuring a student’s reason solving skills in 3 key areas such as: verbal, quantitative and nonverbal. These tests aren’t similar to IQ tests that are used to measure the intelligence of a student or person, but rather unique assessments to determine how eligible the student is in the 3 areas that… Read More »

Cogat Scores

  First the important thing is that the intelligence test teacher should be able to achieve highest level Cogat Score. And also the teachers of gifted students must meet the training criteria established by the Professional Standards Commission (PSC) in Georgia, USA. PSC Gifted In-Field endorsement approved intelligence test programs such as Cognitive Abilities Test are also listed… Read More »

Cognitive Ability Test

Cognitive deficit describes the negative status in intellectual functioning in disorders such as mental retardation. Less often, it is used to describe specific deficits in Cognitive Abilities such as learning disabilities and dyslexia. In contrast, terms such as learning disability are used to describe specific deficits that may have little to do with overall cognitive functioning. Cognitive deficits… Read More »

Cogat Composite Score

American Mensa accepts scores from approximately 180 different standardized intelligence tests. Often potential members have attended acceptable tests at other times in their lives and don’t realize they may already qualify for membership. Cogat Test is one of the most important intelligence tests. Case Study: Query of Helen (posted on Blog): My son took this Cognitive Test this… Read More »

Cognitive Assessment

There are lots of talented students those looking for to get the chance they deserve to show the world their actual potential and Cognitive Ability to invent the right percentile of reasoning skill for a challenging situation and producing a solution within a deadline. It’s all about Cognitive Norms functioning. No matter how much or how great the… Read More »

Cognitive Testing

The Verbal battery measures flexibility, fluency, intelligence and adaptability in reasoning with verbal materials and in solving verbal problems. These reason solving abilities play an important role in reading comprehension, critical thinking, writing, and virtually all verbal learning tasks. The Quantitative battery measures the skills that are mostly related to problem solving in mathematics and other calculation related… Read More »

Cogat Sample Tests

Cogat reports separate Scores for each of the 3 batteries as well as a Cogat Composite Score. Cogat Scores are not reported for sub-tests within each battery. Among the various scores available for each battery are the raw score, standard age score, national age and grade percentile ranks, etc; the raw score is the number of items marked… Read More »