Overview: The standard in the nonverbal assessment of ability
Accreditation: Sold only to accredited/approved schools & school districts
Age Range: Levels A-D: ages 5:0-11:5* Levels E-G: ages 9:6-17:11 *Norms are also provided for children aged 4:0–4:11 for NNAT3 Level A to be used with high-ability preschoolers. However, because of its difficulty, the test is not appropriate for general use with children younger than 5 years old.
Administration: 30 minutes, Online or Paper-Pencil, Group-Administered
Forms: Levels A, B, C, D: 2 forms per level Levels E, F, G: 1 form per level
Norms: Naglieri Ability Index (NAI), percentile ranks, stanines, scaled scores, and normal curve equivalents (NCEs) by age
The NNAT3 is a nonverbal measure of general ability for students in kindergarten through grade 12, ideal for use with a diverse student population. NNAT3 is specifically developed for use by a variety of education professionals, including, but not limited to, bilingual educators, testing coordinators, gifted and talented teachers, special education teachers, functional life skills facilitators, counselors, and school psychologists.
NNAT3 has the same great features that you've come to know, such as a 30 minute administration time, 48 multiple-choice items per form, paper/pencil and online options, and group administration. Manual score entry and scoring service options are also still available.
NNAT3, try it for yourself!
For more information, please view the following PDF:
Presenter: Rob Dyson
Pearson has long set the standard for ability and achievement testing. In this brief 30 minute webinar, we will showcase the new NNAT3 as well as highlight the benefits of using the OLSAT 8, and Stanford 10 for your ability and achievement testing which is commonly used for gifted identification and program placement. Participants will also see how our solutions can help identify gifted students that have traditionally been underserved.
Presenter: Dr. Jack Naglieri
In this webinar, Dr. Jack Naglieri, the author of the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, explains the difference between nonverbal ability assessments and other measures typically used for identifying gifted students. Dr. Naglieri will also show how our nonverbal assessment can be used in tandem with other programs to provide holistic views of student ability.
Date: Oct 20, 2015
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