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Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test® - Individual Administration

Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D.

Individually assess general nonverbal ability in children

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Use the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test - Individual (NNAT-I) to assess general ability in children and adolescents.  With quick and easy administration, it measures ability using diagrams and in a way that does not require verbal skills.  Due to the simplicity of directions and the minimal use of language required to solve the items, the NNAT-I requires minimal motor requirements and is ideal for use with examinees from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the deaf and hard of hearing, and those with low or high ability.

  • NNAT-I is especially appropriate to use for identification of gifted students, especially those from diverse backgrounds.
  • Uses progressive matrices, which are fair for all examinees, those with hearing impairments, and those with impaired color vision.
  • Ideal for children who do not speak English as their first language-requires no reading, writing, or speaking (examinees just point to the answer they believe is correct).

Use the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test - Individual (NNAT-I) to assess general ability in children and adolescents.  With quick and easy administration, it measures ability using diagrams and in a way that does not require verbal skills.  Due to the simplicity of directions and the minimal use of language required to solve the items, the NNAT-I requires minimal motor requirements and is ideal for use with examinees from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the deaf and hard of hearing, and those with low or high ability.

  • NNAT-I is especially appropriate to use for identification of gifted students, especially those from diverse backgrounds.
  • Uses progressive matrices, which are fair for all examinees, those with hearing impairments, and those with impaired color vision.
  • Ideal for children who do not speak English as their first language-requires no reading, writing, or speaking (examinees just point to the answer they believe is correct).

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