Welcome to our MAP practice tests for a gifted education.

Children need to take certain gifted program tests, such as the CogAT, to get admission to certain gifted children programs.

MAP practice tests, boy looking at booksWhy use MAP practice tests?

On gifted children programs, it is more likely that gifted children will

  • Find peers who have similar pursuits;
  • Fit in better than in general classrooms.
  • Feel better and they comfortable about socialising and thereby making new friends.
  • Have become very popular across America.

Introduction to the MAP test for gifted children

It’s highly recommended to use MAP test practice. Many topics on the test can be mastered simply through the right revision material. Proper preparation, therefore, provides a more accurate image of your second grader’s abilities. In addition, many academic establishments use MAP scores as admission material. Your child’s MAP score can mean entry into competitive gifted programs.

How is the MAP Test used?

The 2nd Grade MAP Test is a computerized test that measures the student’s abilities in math, language usage, reading comprehension, and for some grades, science. The test is adaptive. So if one question is answered correctly the next question becomes harder. If the question is answered incorrectly, the next question becomes easier.

Welcome to our MAP practice tests

Our other gifted children practice tests

Premium gifted children practice tests

We offer firstly our recommended CCAT practice tests from our partners Job Test Prep.

Then secondly, the highly recommended COGat practice tests..

And also thirdly, MAP practice tests. Plus, there is NNAT practice tests.

Also, OLSAT practice tests from JobTestPrep.

And Job Test Prep‘s SCAT practice tests.

As well as the TEAS practice tests at our recommended partner for gifted children practice tests provider JobTestPrep.


Welcome to our MAP practice tests