OLSAT® Practice Questions

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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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1. Point to the letters that are different sizes.
2. Point to the picture that shows a cat first, a dog second and a bunny third.
3. Point to the picture that shows a square inside of a circle that is next to a star.
4. Point to the shape that is inside the square, but not inside the circle.
5. Point to the picture that shows 2 animals that children often keep as pets.
6. Look at the cake Beverly baked for Sam in the first box. Point to the picture that shows what the cake looked like after Beverly cut out the first slice.

OLSAT Practice Test Sample Questions

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.

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