The OLSAT is made up of verbal and nonverbal sections.
The verbal section has the following:
- verbal comprehension
- verbal reasoning questions
The nonverbal section has the following:
- pictorial reasoning
- figural reasoning
- quantitative reasoning questions
These sections can also be administered in standalone fashion depending on what the school or district is looking for. For example, the New York City gifted program administers the verbal section of the OLSAT while relying on the NNAT for their nonverbal scores.