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CTP Practice Questions

Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on the CTP® (Comprehensive Testing Program®)?
Here are five examples.

IMPORTANT: While the CTP sample questions shown on this page are representative of what your child will see on the exam, they aren’t taken directly from the actual test that’s being administered this year.

CTP Sample Question #1:

Choose the picture that shows 2 pairs of galoshes and 2 umbrellas.

CTP Sample Question #2:

What would come next in the pattern?

CTP Sample Question #3:

Mary had a play date with two boys who just moved into the house next door. Even though they were all the same age, she expected to be the shortest child there, but it turned out to be just the opposite. Choose the picture of Mary and the boys she played with.

CTP Sample Question #4:

“Don’t eat that. You’ll scald your tongue,” George yelled to his friend. Choose the picture of someone who could not be the friend George was yelling at.

CTP Sample Question #5:

How many cubes are in this figure? (the bottom has a square base)

Answers: 1st from Left, 1st from Left (diamond), 1st from Left, 3rd from Left, C
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chitra123 says:

I have a second grader who is taking the test to third grade in December. I find the questions difficult. Does he have to read the questions or, does a test administrator read them out?