CogAT® so that students become accustomed to the format of the exam. These grade levels can be combined because the difficulty does not increase; what changes is how the test is administered. Students applying for Kindergarten entry will work one-on-one with a proctor, who will record the student’s answers. Students applying for First Grade entry will take the exam in a small group and will be required to record their own answers using a bubble sheet.
The Preparation Guide provides a book for parents, which includes Instructions, and a book for students, which includes the Questions for Children. The instructions can be modified for students entering Kindergarten by asking him/her to simply “point” to their answer, whereas First Grade entry students can be asked to “mark” their answer.
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