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Stanford-Binet Practice Test

Try these free Stanford-Binet IV and V (SB-4 and SB-5) practice questions and answers with instant scoring.

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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

 2. "Look at this picture. There is something very silly or impossible about this picture. What's wrong with this picture?" There is a dog under the table She is holding the knife upside down There isn't enough food
 3. Point to the box with the [thinnest] [widest] [curviest] thing? Pointed as asked Did not point as asked

1st and 2nd Grade Level

 4. How many petals on this flower? 5 6 7 9
 5. Rachel had the number of dogs that you see in the first box. 2 of her dogs had 4 puppies and 2 dogs had 2 puppies. They were able to find homes for 9 puppies and decided to keep the rest. Which box shows the number of puppies they kept? First picture over the bubble Second picture over the bubble Third picture over the bubble Fourth picture over the bubble
 6. Do you see the children in the first box? Each child is the captain of his or her team. If 30 children in total play on teams, which box shows the number of children each team captain gets to pick for his or her team? First picture over the bubble Second picture over the bubble Third picture over the bubble Fourth picture over the bubble

3rd and 4th Grade Level

 7. Ask your child: "What happens to water that freezes?" It becomes ice It is drank It turns to green It gets soft
 8. Ask your child: "Can you name three vegetables that are green?" Answered correctly Did not answer correctly

5th and 6th Grade Level

 9. Do you see these 4 boxes? In the top row the pictures go together in a certain way. Now look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which of the 4 pictures on the side goes with the picture in the bottom box the same way the 2 pictures in the top row go together? First picture over the bubble Second picture over the bubble Third picture over the bubble Fourth picture over the bubble
 10. Do you see these 4 boxes? In the top row the pictures go together in a certain way. Now look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which of the 4 pictures on the side goes with the picture in the bottom box the same way the 2 pictures in the top row go together? First picture over the bubble Second picture over the bubble Third picture over the bubble Fourth picture over the bubble

The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales is a cognitive ability test that is used to assess student intelligence and students’ strengths and weaknesses as part of an evaluation for early learning disabilities and special education referral. The test can be used to identify learning disabilities that are already developed or those that are emerging and can be used to discover both reading and math disabilities. The test may also be used to identify children with high intelligence abilities. To learn more about the Stanford-Binet test, see our Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales Guide.