Challenges of Taking the SCAT Test

The John Hopkins SCAT Test is a standardized test conducted by the John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Its purpose is to identify students in 2nd to 8th Grades for their talented and gifted program and to measure the students’ ability to make general...

Why Is SCAT Test Important For Your Child?

“Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)” utilizes the SCAT test (“Scholastic and College Ability Test”) to scrutinize the talents of children who are not averse to competing with other gifted children by taking grade above tests conducted by the center. Being...

Preparation For Advanced SCAT

Are you bewildered and constantly wondering, ‘How do I help my child prepare for  advanced SCAT or School and College Ability Test?’ Time and tide wait for no man. Taking a test can pose to be a big challenge with time ticking through tedious preparations. Since...

Practice with Analogies to ace the SCAT

The SCAT verbal section has questions that are multiple-choice analogies. Students are required to choose the best pair of words to complete an analogy. Solving an analogy can often be tricky and especially if the clock is ticking fast, like during the SCAT. To...

SCAT Elementary Quantitative Worksheet

This Math worksheet is a perfect way to kick start your child’s prep for the much-coveted SCAT, Centre for Talented Youth by John Hopkins.If your child is in grade 2 or 3, then the Elementary level for the SCAT is appropriate. As the SCAT is an above-grade level test,...

The 5 Step Prep Plan for Top SCAT Scores

The School and College Ability Test, otherwise known as SCAT is an above-grade-level-test used to measure math and verbal reasoning abilities of gifted students. Scoring well in this test is a ticket to JHU courses for school students and eventually a step towards a...