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The OLSAT is divided into two sections: Verbal and Nonverbal. Every test level has the same amount of verbal and nonverbal questions, except for the Level A for pre-K, which has fewer verbal questions. See the table below for an exact breakdown of verbal, nonverbal, and total questions for each level.

Number of Questions on the OLSAT 

Level Questions Time Limit
Verbal Nonverbal Total
A (Pre-K) 16 24 40 77 min.
A (K) 30 30 60 77 min.
B 30 30 60 77 min.
C 30 30 60 72 min.
D 32 32 64 50 min.
E 36 36 72 60 min.
F 36 36 72 60 min.
G 36 36 72 60 min.

Within the verbal sections, there are two subcategories of questions:

See the table below to understand how each section is separated into subcategories and question types.

OLSAT Verbal Comprehension

The Verbal Comprehension category includes four question types: Following Directions, Antonyms, Sentence Completion, and Sentence Arrangement. These questions assess a child's ability to observe and understand relationships between words, to understand different meanings of words based on context, and to be able to put words and sentences together in a meaningful way.

OLSAT Verbal Reasoning

The Verbal Reasoning category includes seven question types: Aural Reasoning, Arithmetic Reasoning, Logical Selection, Word/Letter Matrix, Verbal Analogies, Verbal Classification, and Inference. These questions assess a child's ability to ascertain relationships between words, apply inferences to different scenarios, and observe differences and similarities.

In total, the verbal section contains 11 different question types. Refer to the gallery above for a variety of verbal sample questions.

OLSAT Question Types

Verbal Nonverbal
Verbal Comprehension Pictorial Reasoning
Following Directions Picture Classification
Antonyms Picture Analogies
Sentence Completion Picture Series
Sentence Arrangement Figural Reasoning
Verbal Reasoning Figural Classification
Aural Reasoning Figural Analogies
Arithmetic Reasoning Pattern Matrix
Logical Selection Figural Series
Word/Letter Matrix Quantitative Reasoning
Verbal Analogies Number Series
Verbal Classification Numeric Inference
Inference Number Matrix

Find out more about OLSAT's verbal and nonverbal testing.


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