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Free SCAT Elementary (2nd-3rd Grade) Sample Test

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[1] The following question has two parts. One part is in Column A. The other part is in Column B. You must determine if one part is greater than the other or if the parts are equal. Then select one of the following three answers:
  • A if the part in Column A is greater
  • B if the part in Column B is greater
  • C if the two parts are equal




[2] The following question has two parts. One part is in Column A. The other part is in Column B. You must determine if one part is greater than the other or if the parts are equal. Then select one of the following three answers:
  • A if the part in Column A is greater
  • B if the part in Column B is greater
  • C if the two parts are equal




[3] Each question begins with two words. These two words go together in a certain way.
Select the pair of words from the answer choices that go together in the same way as the first pair of words.

Answers

[1] Choice C – To solve this question we can compare the components of the expressions in each column. The first number in column A (78) is bigger by 1 from the first number in column B (77). The second number in column A (15) is smaller by 1 from the second number in column B (16). Therefore we can see the total of both numbers in column A and in column B are the same.
Another way to solve this question is to add the numbers in each column. In column A, 78 + 15 = 93, in column B, 77 + 16 = 93. Therefore, the part in column A is the same as the part in column B, and the correct answer is C, the two parts are equal.

[2] Choice A – To answer this question we need to look at the number of candies and see how many of them are green, and how many are purple. We have altogether 5 candies, and 3 of them are green, 2 of them are purple. That means that we have more green candies, and the likelihood of selecting a green candy without looking is greater than the likelihood of selecting a purple candy. Therefore the correct answer is A, the part in column A is bigger than the part in column B.

[3] Choice A – The correct answer is light : dark. Short is an antonym (opposite) of tall like light is an antonym of dark.

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