One of the subheadings in the OLSAT Nonverbal section is Quantitative Reasoning. Specifically, this sections assesses the ability to:
- 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
Type | Level | Description |
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 | D-G | 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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