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OLSAT 8th Edition testing
posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - October 12th, 2011
OLSAT testing is now on its 8th edition. Since its inception in 1979, Otis-Lennon testing continuously help educators and parents in assessing the learning skills and potentials of their children from kindergarten, elementary through high school. Because of these testing methods, educators are able to evaluate their students’ academic performance and achievement in school.
The OLSAT test items examine the students’ ability to identify and classify similar and dissimilar objects, recall words, numbers and figures, follow directions and establishing sequences. Similarly, this serves as a yardstick in measuring the students’ reading, vocabulary and comprehension skills, ability to solve math problems and logical reasoning.
The new edition of OLSAT testing methods is visually appealing and pleasing to kids, making it user friendly and not boring and dull. Additionally, educators also benefits from the new edition of OLSAT testing, because it comes with online results and data qualification for easy and customized reporting.
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