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SCAT Practice Questions



Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on the SCAT (School and College Ability Test)? Here are five examples.

IMPORTANT: While the SCAT 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.

SCAT Sample Question #1 — Analogies

Look at the two words on top. They belong together in a certain way. Now look at the answer choices below. Choose the best pair of words in the answer choices that go together the same way the two words on top go together.

Gallup Poll: George Gallup ::

A.  Gortex: Al Gore

B.  apple Betty: Betty Crocker

C.  Rubella vaccine: Jonas Rubella

D.  sandwich: Lord Sandwich


SCAT Sample Question #2 — Analogies

Look at the two words on top. They belong together in a certain way. Now look at the answer choices below. Choose the best pair of words in the answer choices that go together the same way the two words on top go together.

gardener: hoe ::

A.  carpenter: cable cutter

B.  seamstress: wrench

C.  baker: dough whisk

D.  electrician: plunger


SCAT Sample Question #3 — Analogies

Look at the two words on top. They belong together in a certain way. Now look at the answer choices below. Choose the best pair of words in the answer choices that go together the same way the two words on top go together.

nucleus: cell ::

A.  pupil: ear

B.  motor: floppy disk drive

C.  flower: pharynx

D.  duodenum: digestive system


SCAT Sample Question #4 — Quantitative

Each of the following questions has two parts. Look at the part in column A. Then look at the part in column B. Decide if one part is greater than the other or if the parts are equal.

A – if the part in Column A is greater

B – if the part in Column B is greater

C – if the two parts are equal

D – if there is not enough information to decide


SCAT Sample Question #5 — Quantitative

Each of the following questions has two parts. Look at the part in column A. Then look at the part in column B. Decide if one part is greater than the other or if the parts are equal. Then choose one of the four answers below.

A – if the part in Column A is greater

B – if the part in Column B is greater

C – if the two parts are equal

D – if there is not enough information to decide

SCAT Quantitative Sample Two

 

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