Sample WIAT Practice Questions
The WIAT-III (Wechsler Individual Achievement Test-Third Edition) is focused on academic skills as opposed to measuring intelligence. Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on the WIAT-III? Here are five WIAT-III practice questions.
IMPORTANT: While the WIAT-III 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. For more WIAT Practice, check out our 100 Free Questions.
WIAT-III Sample Question #1:
Say to your child, “I’m going to read you a word that is made up. Then, I want you to write the word on paper, spelling it the way you think it would be spelled if it were real. Listen very carefully. I’ll say the word three times and then you can write it on your paper.
Wesh, wesh, wesh.
WIAT-III Sample Question #2:
Choose the letter that makes the “j” sound as in jet or jar?
WIAT-III Sample Question #3:
Grandma baked the cake you see in the first box. Daddy ate one piece.
Point to the picture that shows what the cake looked like after Daddy finished his one piece of cake.
WIAT-III Sample Question #4:
Which word doesn’t rhyme? Is it fan, fly, or eye?
WIAT-III Sample Question #5
Which of these figures is a trapezoid?
(Answers: wesh, 4th from left, 3rd from left, 1st from left, 3rd from left)
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