SHL's capabilities are built over 30 years of research and development, pioneered online testing and launched the first randomised and verifiable cognitive ability test.
What does CAT stand for?
CAT stands for Cognitive Ability Test
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- Climate Advisory Team (State of Washington)
- Clinical Annual Training (US DoD)
- Cloud Arrival Time
- Club Atlético Talleres
- Club Atlético Temperley (Argentina)
- Club Atletisme Tarragona (Spanish)
- Cockpit Automation Technology
- Coelacanth and Associates Tokyo (architectural firm; Tokyo, Japan)
- Cognitive Adaptation Training (behavioral health)
- Coital Alignment Technique
- Colegio Americano de Torreón (American school in Mexico)
- Collaborative Access Team (Advanced Photon Source)
- College Ability Test
- College of Advanced Technology
- Collier Area Transit (Florida)
- Collision Avoidance Training
- Columbia Agility Team
- Columbia Artists Theatricals (booking company; New York, NY)
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The statistical difference between the pre-test and post-test mean values on the cognitive ability test for the comparison group, who were exposed to MLE instruction in their science class, gave support to our claim that the MLE dynamic in instruction enhances cognitive development.
Almost all studies that deal with gifted students have as experimental groups youngsters who gained access to special services based on cognitive ability test scores.
Children who failed at nine months to reach four key milestones in gross motor development, relating to sitting unaided, crawling, standing and taking their first walking steps, were found to be five points behind on average in cognitive ability tests taken at age five, compared to those who passed the milestones.
Often users of a cognitive ability test establish a lower-limit score below which an applicant's chance of successfully performing a given job is considered less likely.
Education officials believe Cliff's ability should be tested with the standard test used for children across Wales and England - the cognitive ability test - because an IQ quiz is not the most appropriate examination.
The study by Gatewood and Feild (1990) suggested a possible correlation between cognitive ability tests and basic academic ability levels and between cognitive abilities and other variables related to the educational area.