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SCAT 2nd – 3rd Grade Practice Test

The SCAT consists of two sections: Verbal and Quantitative. Each section contains 55 questions, including 5 experimental questions that are not scored. The focus of the test is on reasoning skills rather than specific knowledge content.

• Verbal Section: This section assesses understanding of vocabulary and verbal reasoning skills. The format involves completing verbal analogies. The student is given a pair of words that are related to each other in some way, followed by another word that is paired with a list of answer options. The student must choose the word that best completes the analogy.
• Quantitative Section: This section measures mathematical reasoning abilities. It involves quantitative comparisons, where a relationship between two quantities is given and the student must find a similar relationship from the answer options.

Each section lasts for approximately 22 minutes, with a 10-minute break in between. The entire testing process, including administrative tasks, takes about 1 hour.

1.) Quantitative Battery

Directions: 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 then the other or if the parts are equal. Choose one of the three answers below and write it into the 4th Column:

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

2.) Verbal Battery

Directions: 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 in the same way the two words on top go together.

3.) Verbal Battery

Directions: 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 in the same way the two words on top go together.

Quantitative Section

1.) C- 5=5

2.) C- 20=20

Verbal Section

1.) C- Item and energy Source

2.) B- Animal and its limbs

4 Responses

I only know multipulcation all the way to 10

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