OLSAT Quantitative Reasoning
What type of math do students need to know for the OLSAT? Learn about the Quantitative Reasoning section of the test and the different questions it includes.
One of the subheadings in the OLSAT Nonverbal section is Quantitative Reasoning. Specifically, this sections assesses the ability to:
|OLSAT Nonverbal Sample Questions|
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- Infer and understand relationships with numbers
- Deduce and use computational rules in context.
There are three question types within the Pictorial Reasoning category:
Quantitative Reasoning Question Types
|Number Series||D-G |
These questions assess the ability to understand the pattern in a sequence of numbers or letters and the ability to fill in a missing item in the series.
Numeric Inference questions test the ability to understand relationships between numbers and number groupings.
|Number Matrix||D-G || |
These questions assess the ability to fill in the missing number in a matrix made up of entirely of numbers. Matrices are 3X3 grids (9 total boxes) which have sequences and patterns that run horizontally and vertically. Each matrix will have a blank square, which will have to be filled in with the correct number to complete the pattern.
OLSAT Question Types
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