The OLSAT is used for admission into schools and programs for gifted and talented children, or simply to measure academic achievement. It tests verbal and nonverbal questions, while also measuring a student’s aptitude for school learning tasks. There are seven OLSAT Levels: A (Pre-K and K), B (1st grade), C (2nd grade), D (3rd grade), E (4th and 5th grades), F (6th – 8th grades) and G (9th – 12th grade). Younger children take the exam in a one-on-one setting, while older students take the exam in a group setting.
The OLSAT is notoriously a difficult exam, testing children for elite programs and schools. We recommend students complete a practice exam to measure aptitude. Using the results of the practice tests, we will assess the readiness of the child and create an appropriate timeline for preparation.