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Non-Verbal  (NNAT® - Naglieri Non-Verbal Ability Test®)
Pattern Completion: Identifying the portion missing from a design.

Reasoning by Analogy:  Recognizing relationships between several geometric shapes.

Serial Reasoning:  Recognizing sequences of shapes.

Visual Discrimination

Spatial Visualization:  Recognizing how two or more objects would look if combined.

Verbal  (OLSAT® -Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®)
Verbal Comprehension: Measures the ability to manipulate or respond to information through listening to language, e.g. following directions.

Verbal Reasoning: Measures the ability to discover patterns or relationships and to solve problems through the use of language such as aural reasoning and arithmetic reasoning.


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