Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test NNAT2 Grade 1 Level B Test Preparation
Visuprep provides online NNAT2 Level B Grade 1 test prep software which helps prepare for the NNAT®-2 (second edition) tests published by Pearson Education (which are taken by first graders). Each NNAT2 prep test costs $15 for one year’s membership, and contains 48 questions. To help with NNAT preparation and practice for grade 1 NNAT (Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test) tests, each prep test comes with explanations for (in addition to answers to) the test questions.
NNAT2 Level B Grade 1 Prep Test Demo Software
Note that you can expand (enlarge) the size of the text and images in the NNAT prep test demo software on a mobile or tablet by using pinch-to-zoom. Pinch-to-zoom is when you place your thumb and a finger close together on the screen and move them apart without lifting them from the screen. To reduce the size of the text and images in the NNAT2 test prep demo software, place your thumb and a finger a little distance apart on the screen and move them toward each other without lifting them from the screen.
Click on the links below to run the NNAT2 Grade 1 demo prep tests.
The untimed test has answers immediately after each question, the timed test has answers at the end of the test.
A pdf file of the sample questions in the NNAT Grade 1 test prep demo, together with the answers, is available by clicking on the link below:
The sample questions that appear in our Grade 1 NNAT2 test prep demo software are shown below.
The white rectangle containing the question mark is obscuring two horizontal black lines. The only answer with two horizontal black lines is (5), so the answer is (5).
Looking at each row, the second box is the first box flipped vertically, so the answer must be the first box in row 3 flipped vertically i.e. answer (1).
It can be difficult to visualize the result of flipping a shape vertically. The diagram below shows the boxes in column 1 of the question and above them the result of flipping these boxes vertically.
Flipping the boxes vertically is the same as reflecting them in the red mirror line shown in the diagram above.
Another (possibly easier) way of visualizing a vertical flip is to think of it as flipping or turning a page in a book upward about the central spine part of the book.
If you prefer to visualize a vertical flip as a reflection, then to work out the result of the reflection, note that the reflected point is the same distance from the mirror line as the original point on a straight line that is perpendicular to the mirror line. Examples of a point A and its reflection, point A’, and a point B and its reflection, point B’, are shown below.
Looking at each row, the background color of each box is different and must be either yellow, white or light blue. Each box in a row contains a shape that is either in the top left corner or the bottom right corner or two shapes, one in the top left corner and one in the bottom right corner. The color of the shape(s) in the boxes are different and are either light blue, yellow or white.
Looking at row 3, background colors of white and light blue have already been used, so the answer must have a yellow background. Also in row 3, a yellow shape is in the top left corner and a white shape is in the bottom right corner, so the answer must contain two light blue shapes, one in the top left corner and one in the bottom right corner. The only answer that has a yellow background and two light blue shapes is answer (2).
Looking at the boxes in each row, the contents of boxes 1 and 2 are combined to form the contents of box 3, so the answer is the combination of boxes 1 and 2 in row 3 i.e. the answer is (2).
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