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# OLSAT Sample Practice Test

Try these practice questions and answers for the OLSAT with instant scoring.  Get better prepared for the actual OLSAT.

The OLSAT is a test for children that measures abstract thinking and reasoning ability.  The test is organized into five areas (verbal comprehension, verbal reasoning, pictorial reasoning, figural reasoning, and quantitative reasoning) with an equal number of verbal and non-verbal items included in each area.

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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. Point to the picture that shows this: Cindy has dived off the board but she has not yet hit the water. First Image Second Image Third Image Fourth Image
 2. Point to the letters that are different sizes. AA CC Ff YY
 3. Point to the picture that shows this: David and Mark got very tired after they played ball. First image Second image Third image Fourth image

### 1st and 2nd Grade Level

 4. Do you see the children in the first box? Each child needs 2 pencils for school. Point to the box that shows how many pencils the children need altogether. 1st image over the bubble. 2nd image over the bubble. 3rd image over the bubble. 4th image over the bubble.
 5. Look at the space ship in the first box. Do you see the round windows on the red part of the space ship? If the space ship carried the same number of space babies to earth as the number of round windows you can count, point to the box that shows how many space babies the space ship carried to earth. 1st image over the bubble. 2nd image over the bubble. 3rd image over the bubble. 4th image over the bubble.
 6. Annie looked up at the sky and could not believe what she saw! There were exactly as many hot air balloons flying as she had fingers on her hand. Point to the box that shows what she saw. 1st image over the bubble. 2nd image over the bubble. 3rd image over the bubble. 4th image over the bubble.

### 3rd and 4th Grade Level

 7. Which of the pictures below doesn't belong? 1st image over the bubble 2nd image over the bubble 3rd image over the bubble 4th image over the bubble 5th image over the bubble
 8. Which one doesn't belong? shirt pants coat sweater ring

### 5th and 6th Grade Level

 9. Which one doesn't belong? bestow fascinate enthrall charm enchant
 10. The opposite of servile is - obedient dominant submissive passive

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The Otis Lennon Standardized Test is given to students grades K-12 to assess their abilities to think abstractly and use reasoning skills. The test includes sections on verbal comprehension, verbal analysis, illustrative reasoning and figural reasoning. Learn more about the OLSAT with our OLSAT Test Guide and interviews with test experts Tim Sitar and Robin MacFarlane, PhD.