Welcome to our CCAT practice tests for a gifted education. Children need to take certain gifted program tests, such as the CCAT, to get admission to certain gifted children programs.
Why use CCAT practice tests?
On gifted children programs, it is more likely that gifted children will
- Find peers who have similar pursuits;
- Fit in better than in general classrooms.
- Feel better and they comfortable about socialising and thereby making new friends.
- Have become very popular across America.
Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test (CCAT):
- Used in Canada for screening the abilities of gifted children.
- Group-administered intelligence test given to students studying in grades K -12.
- Assesses an individual’s verbal, non-verbal as well as quantitative reasoning.
- Designed in a way that even English Language Learners can attempt it providing for fairness for students coming from varied socio-cultural backgrounds.
- 118 – 176 questions that have to be answered depending on the level and a student
- Usually takes approximately 90 minutes to complete it.
- Three sections are either administered individually or together as per the process of each school.
- Often an American school will make preparatory classes available.
Other gifted and talented Test Practice
We focus on GL Assessment’s CAT4 test specifically:
- Firstly, our Level A CAT4 Practice.
- Secondly, CAT4 Level B Practice .
- Thirdly, Level C CAT4 Practice .
- Then, CAT4 Level D Practice .
- Next, Level E CAT4 Practice .
- Also, F Level F CAT4 Practice .
- Plus, CAT4 Questions – CAT4 FAQ.
- And then, our CAT4 Practice Test.
- Also, there’s our What type of questions are in a CAT4 test?
- Plus, What are CAT4 based Gifted Children Programs?
- Then next, CAT4 profiles.
- Lastly, our CAT4 guide, What is the CAT4 test?
Other popular standardised cognitive tests
We offer many guides to the other popular standardised cognitive tests. Plus practice test materials for each one.