# How do you interpret CogAT scores?

You can interpret CogAT scores quite easily. Locate the score for the verbal reasoning part of the test, which is the percentile your child was placed in. If your child was placed in the 95th percentile then that means they did better than 95% of the children taking the test. The same will be for the nonverbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning. The last score is the composite percentile. They combine all the scores for an overall percentile.
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