Students are often scheduled to take a Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT) at school.
Schools use these assessments for a number of reasons. The results can be used to inform decisions on which senior school/s your child should apply to as well as internal decisions on streaming. Some senior schools request CAT scores as part of their admissions process.
As such, it can be a significant assessment for your child so it’s worth learning a bit more about it.
Below, you’ll find a series of articles that go into more depth, explaining what the test consists of and how your child can prepare for it.
- Cognitive Abilities Tests: A Brief Introduction
- Cognitive Abilities Tests: Example Questions
- How to improve CAT Scores
- Study Skills for the CAT Test
Over on Pretest Plus, we have a range of online practice tests and video courses that are specifically designed to help your child prepare for the CAT exam. Click on the links below to learn more:
We hope you find these resources beneficial. If you have any questions or queries, please get in touch.