The Gifted Entry Test (GET) is a cognitive performance assessment based on the **Otis Gamma**, famously used to test various US presidents, including John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, and more. The Otis Gamma was a group-administered test designed to identify individuals eligible for Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) programs for primary and secondary education.

GET was meticulously normed on a diverse population to ensure accuracy, consistency, and fairness in scoring. This test includes 80 questions that need to be solved in 30 minutes, measuring verbal comprehension, logical reasoning, quantitative reasoning and spatial awareness. The test is designed to measure IQ up to a high ceiling, providing an accurate assessment of your intellectual capabilities.

Entry into gifted programs is a multi-step process, and this cognitive assessment serves as an estimation tool rather than a guarantee of admission. Candidates must also meet the academic standards specified by the program and achieve the required scores on other tests mandated by the district school board. This cognitive assessment is designed to avoid knowledge-based questions, so your current grade level should not significantly impact your results.

After taking this test, we do require a $10.00 payment for your full score profile.

1. A car is more likely to have (?)

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2. The word (?) is used to indicate the movement of an axis.

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3. The woodpecker gave the tree a lot of pecks in quick (?)

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4. A horse does not always have (?)

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5. The opposite of generous is (?)

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6. A man is always more (?) than his daughter

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7. A mother-in-law is to a son-in-law as a father-in-law is to a (?)

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8. The first drawing below relates to the second in the same way that the third relates to one of the four below. Which one does it relate to?

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9. The opposite of strange is (?)

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10. In a soccer game there is always

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11. A vacuum cleaner is to a broom what a refrigerator is to (?)

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12. At a party were a man and his wife, his three children with their respective wives and four children from each of the children's families. How many people were at the party (?)

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13. Wool is generally more expensive than cotton because it is more (?)

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14. The opposite of natural is (?)

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15. What letter of the word CONFIDENTIAL occupies (counting from the beginning) the same position of the alphabet?

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16. Which of the five words below is least similar to the other four (?)

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17. A church is more likely to have (?)

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18. Which of the five words below is least similar to the other four?

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19. The drawing below relates to the second in the same way that the third relates to one of the four below. Which one does it relate to?

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20. Which of the five words below would appear last in the dictionary?

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21. There is a wrong number in the following series. What should be the correct number? ⇒ **1 3 9 27 36 243**

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22. A measuring tape is to distance what a clock is to

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23. If 25 badges are made with 3 1/3 meters of ribbon, how many will be made with 10 meters?

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24. Doctor is to patient what lawyer is to

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25. All the young people in this room are members of the Club. Francisco is in this room. Francisco is not a member of the club. If the first two statements are true, the third is (?)

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26. If the following words are ordered to form the best possible sentence, with which letter would the second word of the sentence begin? ⇒ **yards is a ten hundred to possible seconds in run it**

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27. If 10 boxes of apples are worth $20 and each box is worth 15¢, how much are the apples worth without the boxes?

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28. If we accept other people's right to think or give opinions different from our own, we are (?)

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29. A rose bush must have (?)

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30. If the pencils are sold at 3 for 10 cents, how many can be bought with 90 cents?

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31. orbit is to planet as (?) is to light.

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32. To transport means to carry through, to transmit means to send across. So trans means (?)

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33. The drawing below relates to the second in the same way that the third relates to one of the four below. Which one does it relate to?

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34. If a motion picture camera can take 6 photos in 1⁄4 second, how many photos can it take in 10 seconds?

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35. Which of the following pairs of words is least similar to the other pairs (?)

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36. I will go is to I went as tomorrow is to (?)

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37. All the people who live in this apartment are conservative. Perez is not conservative. Perez lives in this apartment. If the first two statements are true, the third one is (?)

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38. Franco is to flanco as (?) is to blindo

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39. Which of the words below is most like love, anger, and hope?

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40. The opposite of general is (?)

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41. Which letter is three to the right of the letter in the middle of the R and the M in the word diagrammatic?

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42. To think that roses can feel sadness is (?)

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43. Carlos is younger than Enrique. Pedro is younger than Carlos. Enrique is older than Pedro. If the first two statements are true, the third one is (?)

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44. Which of the following terms describes a character trait?

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45. A club that accepts only very wealthy people as members is said to be(?)

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46. Municipal council is to city what (?) is to country

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47. Something that conforms to the established norms is said to be (?)

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48. A lake is to the land what (?) Is to the ocean

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49. Find in the word master the two letters that are separated by a number of letters equal to that which separates them in the alphabet. Which of these two letters appears first in the alphabet?

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50. The drawing below relates to the second in the same way that the third relates to one of the four below. Which one does it relate to?

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51. Some members of this club are Methodists. Some members are musicians. Some members are Methodists and musicians. If the first two statements are true, the third is (?)

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52. The opposite of sincere is (?)

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53. If the meaning of a sentence is not clear, the sentence is said to be (?)

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54. If the lowercase letters below were placed in the reverse order they have in the alphabet, what would be the fourth letter? G K P T E

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55. How many of the words below can be made by taking letters from the word navigate using any letter twice if necessary? ⇒ **avenge naval frog sell win winner snow snow**

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56. Which of the five words below is least similar to the other four?

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57. If the syllables NAN, NON, DAD, PEP and TOT were printed on a poster and the respective images were read in a mirror, how many of them would be the same as if they were read directly from the poster?

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58. There is a wrong number in the following series. What should be the correct number? ⇒ **1 2 5 6 9 10 13 14 16 18**

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59. If 4 1⁄2 meters of ribbon cost $ 9, how much would 3 1⁄2 meters cost?

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60. Which of the five expressions below can be used to begin the following sentence? ⇒ **it's cloudy, the moon will be seen tonight**

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61. The drawing below relates to the second in the same way that the third relates to one of the four below. Which one does it relate to?

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62. If the following words are ordered to form the best possible sentence that can be constructed with them, with which letter would the sixth word of the sentence begin? ⇒ ** money it to make important is friend than more a **

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63. A word that means to refuse, reject, discard or deny is (?)

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64. The opposite of effect is

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65. A cost that is much higher than what is customary or reasonable is said to be (?)

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66. Which of the five things below is most like coal, tar, and charcoal?

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67. There is a wrong number in the following series. What should be the correct number? ⇒ **10 11 13 16 20 25 30 38**

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68. A soft drink is made from a mixture of 2 parts grapefruit juice and 3 parts orange juice. How many liters of orange juice will it take to make 15 liters of this mixture?

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69. If you spend a lot of time doing a job, it is said that you do it (?)

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70. Thomas can read 30 pages of a book, while Ralph reads 20 pages. How many pages will Thomas read while Ralph reads 30 pages?

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71. Astronomy is to the sun and stars as (?) is to respiration and digestion

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72. If a rubber band of 24 cm long stretches to a length of 30 cm, what length when stretched like this, would an 18 cm section of the same band?

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73. The drawing below relates to the second in the same way that the third relates to one of the four below. Which one does it relate to?

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74. You cannot become a good stenographer without diligent practice. Alicia practices stenography diligently. Alicia can be a good stenographer. If the first two statements are true, the third is (?)

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75. Which of the following four pairs of words are least similar to the other three?

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76. If the following words are ordered to form the best possible sentence that can be constructed with them, with which letter would the second word of the sentence begin? ⇒ **more money while working more man earns a**

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77. What number is in the smaller space that is in the circle and triangle, but not in the square?

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78. Which number is in the same, or the same geometric figures (and not in others) as the number 3? (The geometric figures are the circle, the triangle and the square).

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79. How many spaces are there in two and only two of the geometric figures?

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80. If a 20 meter long rope is cut into 2 parts, so that one of them is 2/3 the length of the other, how long will the longer part be?

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