NNAT: Grade-1

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The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT3) is an assessment used to measure nonverbal aptitude in children. The NNAT3 is used to evaluate a child’s capacity for problem solving, reasoning, and abstract thinking without relying on language skills.

The NNAT3 was developed by Jack A. Naglieri, an American psychologist and professor at the University of Virginia. It is an adaptation of the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT), which was first published in 1988. The NNAT3 was released in 2010 and has since become a popular tool for assessing nonverbal aptitude.

The NNAT3 consists of 48 multiple-choice questions that are each presented in a unique pattern. The questions are divided into three levels.

Level A consists of easy questions, while Levels B and C involve more complex items. The test is designed to be completed in 30 minutes, and it is typically given to children aged 4 to 17.

Overall, the NNAT3 is an effective tool for measuring nonverbal aptitude. It is reliable, valid, and easy to administer. It can be used to accurately assess a child’s capacity for problem solving, reasoning, and abstract thinking without relying on language skills.

This package has been designed and curated for students who will be taking NNAT when they will be in Grade-1. This package contains: – 500 sample questions – 20 practice tests We hope this material will help you prepare well for your assessment. Please try our premium content if you like our free sample questions.

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