The OLSAT® (Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®) is a popular assessment used by school districts across the country to evaluate students for gifted and talented programs. The Testing Survival Guide for the OLSAT® gives parents the information they need to know to help prepare their child for the Otis-Lennon School Abilities Test®. The OLSAT® is a cognitive test. Cognitive (sometimes called “Readiness” or “School Ability”) tests assess abstract thinking and reasoning skills. Buy this guide OR start today with 100 FREE Practice Questions for a variety of test prep. In this must-have guide for parents you’ll find 60 practice questions for the OLSAT® Level A, Level B, Level C, Level D, Level E and Level F. Each of the practice questions are explained in-depth on what concepts your child needs to know to help prepare effectively for the OLSAT® – no matter what grade.
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Practice Question Break-down:
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade: 26 questions
3rd Grade to 6th Grade: 33 questions
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