Teach the children so it will not be necessary to teach the adults.Abraham Lincoln
Click the following links to access Free Online Copy of the Gifted and Talented NNAT Level A Workbook
- What is the NYC Gifted and Talented Program?
- NYC Gifted and Talented Test
- Preparing for the Test
- Parent Instructions
NNAT Level A Exercises
Reasoning by Analogy
Analogy problems involve identifying relationships between objects and shapes.
Pattern Completion problems involve selecting an answer piece that serves as a missing piece of a picture.
Serial Reasoning problems involve identifying what shape comes next in a pattern.
Spatial Visualization problems involve being able to visualize how an object would look if it were transformed in some way.
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