MAT8 ® Practice Test

 
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Instant Scoring in this practice test is broken down by grade level so you have a choice of doing all the questions or just the grade level that is applicable to your child.

K and Pre K Grade Level

1. Show your child this picture while reading the question. This question can only be read once. The child must listen, focus, remember, and then point to the answer.
2. Show your child this picture while reading the question. This question can only be read once. The child must listen, focus, remember, and then point to the answer.
3. Parent: Read this question aloud: "Look at the numbers below. They go in a special order. Can you figure out what that special order is and tell me what number goes in the blank space?"

1 2 3 __

1st and 2nd Grade Level

4. Show your child this picture while reading the question. The question can only be read once. The child must listen, focus, remember, and then point to the answer. Point to the building with two chimneys, the tree, and the cloud on the right side of the picture.
5. Write this number using digits: seventy-five.
6. 7 + 1 =

3rd and 4th Grade Level

7. Read the sentence. Can you tell me what word belongs on the blank line? Many _________________ live on a farm.
8. Read the sentence. Can you tell me what word belongs on the blank line? A _______________ lives in a castle.

5th and 6th Grade Level

9. Show your child this picture while reading the question. The question can only be read once. The child must listen, focus, remember, and then point to the answer. "Point to the white and brown dog but only if he is chewing a slipper and then point to the orange cat but only if he is staring at the bird and then point to the radio. "
10. Show your child this picture while reading the question. The question can only be read once. The child must listen, focus, remember, and then point to the answer. "Point to the mustard-colored building in the foreground, the person delivering mail, and the person working at the kiosk."

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MAT8 Practice Test

The Metropolitan Achievement Test is a standardized test for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade that covers language arts, math, science, social studies, spelling and reading. The test evaluates skills such as critical thinking and foundation skills. The aim of the exam is to help educators and parents evaluate a student's ability and predict future success. To learn more about the Metropolitan Achievement Test, see our MAT 8 Guide.   

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