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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.

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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) has over 2,500 sample practice questions (Pre-K to 8th Grade) to help your child become familiar with the types of questions asked on the WIAT-III.

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I am an educator. I would to have a look at a copy of the WAIT. Thanks.

Hi Mark, we understand the importance of familiarizing yourself with the test materials to better prepare your students for success.

Please note that we do not have access to the actual WAIT test, as those materials are restricted and managed by the test publisher. We’ve never seen the actual test. However, we can provide you with practice materials and resources designed to help your students develop their test-taking skills and become more comfortable with the content and format of the WAIT.

Our practice materials cover the main subject areas assessed by the WAIT, including reading, spelling, and mathematics. These resources are designed to closely resemble the actual test items, enabling students to become more familiar with the types of questions they may encounter.

In addition to the practice materials, we can also provide you with test-taking strategies and tips to help your students approach the WAIT with confidence and perform to the best of their abilities.

leslie thompson

my son has a test coming up May 30

In the remaining days before the test, here are a few things you can do to help your son prepare:

Consistent Routine: Ensuring he follows a regular routine that includes adequate sleep, healthy meals, and physical activity can help him feel more prepared and focused.

Relaxation Techniques: Teach him simple relaxation methods, such as deep breathing, to help manage any test-related anxiety.

Familiarization: Help him become familiar with the format of the test by going over practice questions or sample tests if they are available. This can make the testing experience less daunting.

Positive Reinforcement: Encourage him and reassure him that this test is just a tool for understanding his learning style better, and it does not define his worth or potential.

Healthy Discussions: Talk to him about his thoughts and feelings around the test. Encourage open communication and remind him that it’s okay to express any worries or concerns.

Remember, Leslie, you are already doing a great job by showing your concern and support. Please keep in mind that the WIAT test is designed to help us provide the best educational support to your son, not to put undue pressure on him. You are his biggest support, and your faith in his abilities is what will carry him through.

If you have any other concerns or questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Best of luck to your son on his upcoming test.


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