What is CCAT Test ?
The Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test or CCAT is a group cognitive test to screen students through grades K to 12 for admissions to gifted programs throughout Canada. The CCAT is the Canadian version of the U.S. CogAT (Cognitive Abilities Test). Depending on the level CCAT has about 118 to 176 questions that need to be answered which takes about 90 minutes on an average to administer. CCAT has three sections called batteries – verbal, non-verbal and quantitative, which can be administered all at once or separately depending on the specific requirements of the teacher or school directing the test.