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# Ravens Matrices Practice Questions

Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on Raven’s™ Matrices?
Here is a practice test with five examples. For additional practice, view our 100 free questions.

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IMPORTANT: While the Raven’s 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.

## Raven’s™ Sample Question #1

Look at the shapes in the boxes on top. Do you see how they are related to each other? Can you find the answer that goes in the empty box so the shapes in the bottom row will relate to each other in the same way as the shapes in the top row?

## Raven’s™ Sample Question #2

Look at this puzzle. There is a piece missing. Touch the answer that shows the piece that completes the puzzle.

## Raven’s™ Sample Question #3

Look at the pictures in the top two boxes. Do you see how they go together in a certain way? Now look at the picture in the bottom row. Which picture goes with the picture on the bottom row the same way the pictures in the top row go together?

## Raven’s™ Sample Question #4

Look at the shapes in the boxes on the top 2 rows. Do you see how they are related to each other? Can you find the answer that goes in the empty box so the shapes in the bottom row will relate to each other in the same way as the shapes in the top 2 rows?

## Raven’s™ Sample Question #5

Look at this puzzle. There is a piece missing. Touch the answer that shows the piece that completes the puzzle.

##### Answers: B, C, A, C, B

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6 Responses

Elizabeth

This is too easy for my 3rd grade child.

Elanie

Thank you… My child is enjoying he is upcomingg grade 1

Prateek

That was easy !

Shaw99288

where are the free samples

kraacken

Sure it is Elizabeth… sure it is

Martin

The instructions, “how do they relate,” and, “how do they go together” appear interchangeable. Do the test designers offer such flexibility?