Free OLSAT Test Questions
Here are some free OLSAT practice questions to get you started on a Top 1% membership. These sample questions for the Otis-Lennon School Abilities test are also appropriate if your child is also taking the WPPSI-III or IV or the Stanford-Binet 5. No matter which test your child is taking these test prep activities will help your child succeed not only for the exam but also for school.
- Practice For Figure and Picture Analogy Questions (OLSAT test)
- Practice for Matrix Questions (Stanford-Binet 5 test and WPPSI-III ERB)
Parent Instructions: With each question, here is what you should say and do: Do you see these 4 boxes? In the top row the pictures go together in a certain way (point to the two pictures on top and make sure your child sees how they go together). Now look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which of the 4 pictures in the answer row (point to the answer row) goes with the picture in the bottom box the same way the 2 pictures in the top row go together? Answer: 1, 2, 3, or 4 will mean 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th image over the circle in the answer row. At TestingMom.com you can prepare your child for the OLSAT.
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Free OLSAT test questions (answers are at the very bottom)
1. Pre-K to Kindergarten
2. First Grade
3. Second Grade
4. Third Grade
5. Fourth and Fifth Grade
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17 Responses to “Free OLSAT Test Questions”
Hi! Before i sign up for anything and pay i want to see some sample questions I dont want to pay for something that i am not sure what it is
To see the free sample questions for the OLSAT test and also other tests, just click on the red “buy now” button and the 100 free questions are there. You can view them there. Let us know if you have any other questions.
I hace checked the 100 free questions and it does not look good! You put there questions for kindergarden instead of questions for my sun grade or a specific test that i’m interested in! Before I sign up I want to see questions that will be relative to what I need!!
You’ll need to keep scrollling through the 100 free practice questions for the various tests, including the practice questions for OLSAT Level A, B, C and D. Just click on the page and it will take you through the entire question set. thanks
5th grade only
Do you have to pay to get sample questions. I dont want to pay. My sons test is next saturday December 8.
my son test is on december 15
How long is the OLSAT? Is it the same for all of the level? Are the amounts of questions the same for all of the levels? Is there a breakdown of this somewhere? I couldn’t find it on the Pearson website. Thanks
It depends on the level of the OLSAT – for the younger kids the OLSAT test takes 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete. We have a breakdown of the subsets of each of the level of the OLSAT on our site under the Otis-Lennon School Abilities section.
Hey, I do understand that every one is trying to make money but your 100 free test questions is very misleading and motivates me not to purchase your program. Try actually giving us 5-10 relavent questions per program for our corresponding childs age group. That would be a more accurate example of what value I would be receiving if I were to purchase your program. My time is valuable and I feel that I have wasted enough of it trying to navigate through your maze of a website to find 1 measly question. I am willing to pay. I have purchased a program that allows my child to self navigate through age appropriate levels of test preparation information through a different site. I have also ordered test prep books that were a little bit more than I wanted to pay but yes, when it comes to our kids it is worth it. Maybe the value that you are promising is worth the money, however I, and MANY others who do not enjoy dead end, misleading “free” offers, will never know.
Hello -we make it very clear on our home page that the 100 free questions are for practice for Stanford-Binet, ITBS, WPPSI–ERB, OLSAT, WISC, ERB, Bracken, GATE, WISC-IV, CogAT, NNAT-2, KBIT-2. Pre-K to 6th grade. We actually give 120 free questions, not 100. The purpose of our free practice questions is to give parents a sampling of our offering. We’re glad you found a site that fits your needs. We aren’t a site only for children, we are site for parents who want to work with their children with our materials. We would never recommend putting a child in front of computer by themselves and expect them to learn the concepts required for these tests. We expect are members to work with their children, not put them in front of the computer by themselves . In the end, our offer for free questions is not misleading and we’re very up front about what we’re offering. Best of luck to both you and your child!
I just see 5 free questions from K–5 grade. I just want to see 3rd questions.Where are 100 question?
You’ll need to click on the big, red button at the top and the 100 free practice questions are there.
Great! We would like some more Free Samples if possible, thanks
How many olsat level D test questions do you have for member access.
What member type do I need to sign to access these questions.
What resources were used for development of these questions.
As a father I think you should change your name to Testing PARENT! I am constantly offended by resources such as this that assume fathers don’t get involved in their children’s lives.
Hi Benjamin – thanks for your note. Testing Mom actually refers to Karen Quinn – the Testing Mom! Our co-founder, Michael McCurdy, is a Testing Dad! We welcome ALL parents to join our site – moms, dads and grandparents!