NNAT® Practice Test

 
These practice questions and answers for the NNAT can help your child get better prepared for the actual NNAT. 
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The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT) is a popular K-12 test for admission selection into gifted or accelerated programs.   The test measures general ability using nonverbal questions. 
 
This Free NNAT Practice Test was written by the PreK - 8th grade testing experts at TestingMom.com with access to 100,000 Practice Questions including NNAT® Levels A, B, C, D, E and F. Get Free Practice Questions to get started.

Instant Scoring in this practice test is broken down by grade level so you have a choice of doing all the questions or just the grade level that is applicable to your child.

K and Pre K Grade Level

1. Look at the pictures in the top two boxes. Do you see how they go together in a certain way? Now look at the picture in the bottom row. Which picture goes with the picture on the bottom row the same way the pictures in the top row go together?
2. Parent: Say to your child - "Look at this puzzle." Point to the empty box and say, "Something is missing." Point to the answer choices and say, "Which of these answer choices goes here?" Point back to the empty box when you say "here."
3. Parent: Say to your child - "Look at this puzzle." Point to the empty box and say, "Something is missing." Point to the answer choices and say, "Which of these answer choices goes here?" Point back to the empty box when you say "here."

1st and 2nd Grade Level

4. Parent: Say to your child - "Look at this puzzle." Point to the empty box and say, "Something is missing." Point to the answer choices and say, "Which of these answer choices goes here?" Point back to the empty box when you say "here."
5. Parent: Say to your child - "Look at this puzzle." Point to the empty box and say, "Something is missing." Point to the answer choices and say, "Which of these answer choices goes here?" Point back to the empty box when you say "here."
6. Look at the shapes in the boxes across the top. Do you see how they are related to each other? Can you find the answer that goes in the empty box so the shapes in the next row will relate to each other in the same way as the shapes in the top row?

3rd and 4th Grade Level

7. Look at the shapes in the boxes across the rows and up and down the columns. Do you see how they are related to each other? Can you find the answer that goes in the empty box so the designs inside the rows and columns follow a pattern or rule?
8. Look at the squares on top. They go together in a certain way. Choose the square among the answer choices that goes in the empty space because it belongs with the square(s) on the bottom the same way the squares on top belong together.

5th and 6th Grade Level

9. Look at the pictures on top. When the outside pieces of the first square are folded in, it will look like the picture on the top right. Now look at the picture in the next row. If the outside pieces of the first square are folded in, it will look like one of the answer choices. Can you find the answer that shows what this square will look like after the outside pieces are folded in?
10. Look at the pictures on top. When the outside pieces of the first square are folded in, it will look like the picture on the top right. Now look at the picture in the next row. If the outside pieces of the first square are folded in, it will look like one of the answer choices. Can you find the answer that shows what this square will look like after the outside pieces are folded in?

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NNAT

The Naglieri Non-Verbal Ability Test, or NNAT, was created by Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D. in 2003.  The test is used to measure a student's general reasoning ability. The test is short - about 30 minutes - and uses geometric shapes and designs to assess students. The test is often used to admit students for gifted education programs, and is often used to evaluate students who speak a different language than their teachers, deaf students and those with color blindness. To learn more about the NNAT, read our NNAT Test Guide and our test expert Interview with Tim Sitar.

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