Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT)

The purpose of CogAT is to help identify highly able and gifted students for potential enrollment in the district's Gifted & Talented Program. This test measures student’s abilities in reasoning and problem-solving using verbal, quantitative and nonverbal (spatial) symbols. It is administered as a universal screening assessment in second and sixth grades, as well as for any other referred K-12 student. Total testing time is approximately two to three hours.

Please view the Mapleton Testing Calendar for specific testing dates.  

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