Sample WPPSI Questions
Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on the WPPSI™-IV (Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence™, Fourth Edition)? Here are five examples.
IMPORTANT: While the WPPSI™-IV 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.
WPPSI™-IV Sample Question #1 — Information:
Parent, say to your child: “Which animal in the picture below barks?”
WPPSI™-IV Sample Question #2 — Picture Concepts:
Parent, say to your child: “Look at the pictures in the two rows below. Choose one picture from the first row that goes with one picture from the second row.”
WPPSI™-IV Sample Question #3 — Vocabulary:
Parent, ask your child this question out loud: “What is a refrigerator?” (Answer: It’s an object in the kitchen that you place food and drinks inside of to keep them cold/fresh.)
WPPSI™-IV Sample Question #4 — Comprehension:
Parent, say this to your child: “Please point to the person you should call if your house is on fire.”
WPPSI™-IV Sample Question #5 — Similarities:
Parent, say to your child: “Which item on the bottom row is open, like the items shown in the top row? Fill in the circle underneath the correct answer.”
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