Example Items for RIAS and RIAS-2
Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on the RIAS (Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales™) and the RIAS-2 Tests?
TestingMom.com has sample practice questions for Pre-K through 8th Grade that will help your child become familiar with the types of questions administered on the RIAS and RIAS-2.
There are three examples below that you can practice with your child for the skills needed for the test.
IMPORTANT: While the example items for the RIAS™ test shown on this page are representative of the types of questions your child may or may not see on the exam, they are not taken directly from the actual test.
Example items for practice for RIAS
The following sample practice questions are Non-Verbal Intelligence questions – Odd Man Out. These questions measure spatial ability, visual imagery, and other non-verbal skills.
Example Item #1
Take a look at the pictures. All of them except one belong together in some way. Which one doesn’t belong?
Example Item #2
Take a look at the shapes. All of them except one belong together in some way. Which one doesn’t belong?
Example Item #3
The items here go together in some way. But one item doesn’t belong. Point to the one item that doesn’t belong with this group.
Answers: 4th one from the left, 4th one from the left, 2nd on from the left