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The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, or NNAT, is a standardized exam used to assess students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade for possible placement into talented and gifted (TAG) programs, often in conjunction with other examinations. The NNAT is a notable and unique exam. Instead of analyzing your student's mathematical or verbal abilities or their knowledge of a particular subject, it solely measures their nonverbal aptitudes by asking them to complete challenging problems that test their abilities to work with various types of analogies, sequences, and visual patterns. Your child may have never encountered such problem types before, and even if they have, they may never have encountered questions as difficult as those asked on the NNAT. It can thus be easy for them to become flustered when taking the assessment. Your child's NNAT tutor can help calm their nerves while providing relevant practice materials that will identify their strengths and weaknesses.
Helping your student learn what to expect on the day of the NNAT can help them approach the test with confidence to demonstrate all of their nonverbal skills. Personal NNAT tutoring can help your child gain exposure to the nuances of the evaluation, giving them the opportunity to present their abilities without anxiety or frustration. This personal instruction stands out from other test preparation options due to the tutor's commitment to customizing each student's experience. Your child's tutor can address your student's particular abilities, and any concerns you or your student may have about their test preparation.