OLSAT 3rd Grade Practice Test
Children in the third grade will be administered the OLSAT test Level D. This test evaluates the development of a child’s nonverbal and verbal cognitive abilities, which is different than most tests, since it doesn’t test what was directly learned in school. This test instead focuses on measuring students’ ability to comprehend and reason using information; it is used to identify gifted children and to identify cognitive areas where students need help.
If you are considering sending your child to a private school, a gifted school or an advanced placement institution, the OLSAT Level D may be a critical factor in his admission. It’s also important to remember that many school districts modify the test or may combine it with another test to form a custom exam that is used to determine admissions to their programs. Usually the student is expected to complete the test within 50 to 60 minutes, with questions getting harder as the test goes on.
It is always best to begin to prepare your child for the test as soon as possible, up to a year before testing day. Anything from simple at home studies to fully customized packages for the OLSAT Test Level D will be helpful to get your child ready. This page offers practice questions that will help both you and your child to become familiar with the content and format of the exam questions. For additional sample questions, sign up for our 100 free practice questions.
1.) Which of the pictures doesn’t belong?
2.) Which of these figures doesn’t belong?
3.) Look at the figures on top. They go together in a certain way. Choose the figure among the answer choices that goes in the empty space so that the figures on the bottom will go together in the same way as the figures on top.
1.) 2nd from the left – triangle points out
2.) Third from the left – the upper left quarter of the circle is black
3.) First choice