Stanford & OLSAT Grade 8 Spring (Advanced 2/F, test combo)

Stanford & OLSAT Grade 8 Spring (Advanced 2/F, test combo)

It is generally recommended to use Advanced 2 in the spring (end) of 8th grade and in the fall (beginning) of 9th grade. TASK 1 (item 065631, grade range 9.0–9.9) is recommended for students in the spring of 9th grade.

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Includes all subtests of the Stanford 10 Advanced 2 Complete Battery (item 065524) plus the OLSAT Level F. OLSAT F covers the following topics:

  • Verbal Comprehension
    • Antonyms
    • Sentence Completion
    • Sentence Arrangement

  • Verbal Reasoning
    • Arithmetic Reasoning
    • Logical Selection
    • Word/Letter Matrix
    • Verbal Analogies
    • Verbal Classification
    • Inference

  • Figural Reasoning
    • Figural Analogies
    • Pattern Matrix
    • Figural Series

  • Quantitative Reasoning
    • Number Series
    • Numeric Inference
    • Number Matrix

This test is intended for administration between January and July.

Students mark all answers on one separate machine-scorable answer document. The Stanford Advanced levels may be combined for administration, as well as OLSAT Levels E/F/G.

  • Author - Pearson
  • Copyright Year - 2003
  • Format - separate answer document
  • Length - 6.5 hrs. (approx.)
  • Grade Level - 8
  • Publisher - Pearson

Stanford & OLSAT Grade 8 Spring (Advanced 2/F, test combo)

Stanford & OLSAT Grade 8 Spring (Advanced 2/F, test combo) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
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Date published: 2018-07-19
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Date published: 2018-05-03
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Date published: 2017-01-16
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Date published: 2014-07-26
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