Overview: Assess the Abilities that Relate to Success in School
Accreditation: Sold only to accredited/approved schools & school districts
Age Range: K-12
Administration: Online or, Paper-and-pencil; group-administered
Completion Time: Varies by level, maximum 75 minutes
Forms: One (Form 5) with seven levels
Norms: School Ability Index, Percentile Rank, Stanine, and NCE by age; Percentile Rank, Stanine and NCE by grade; Achievement/Ability Comparisons when administered with Stanford 10, and Scaled Scores to represent performance on a continuous growth scale and to allow for out-of-level testing situations
Scoring Options: Machine scoring via Pearson Scoring and Reporting Services, ReadyResults.net (local scoring and reporting), Results Online (reporting only), or hand scoring
Guide for Ordering: Click here for pdf price sheets
OLSAT 8 measures cognitive abilities that relate to a student's academic success in school. By assessing a student's verbal, nonverbal, and quantitative ability, OLSAT 8 supplies educators with valuable information to enhance the insights gained from traditional achievement tests.
OLSAT® 8 can be administered with Stanford 10 to relate a student's actual achievement with his or her school ability. When these tests are given in combination, an Achievement/Ability Comparison (AAC) score is obtained. AACs describe a student's achievement in relation to the achievement of students with the same measured school ability. AAC scores give educators a better understanding of each student's potential for success in school.
In addition to Pearson’s Central Scoring Services, please consider the following:
Results Online provides a dynamic online reporting tool for customers using Pearson’s Central Scoring Service (additional charges apply.) Learn more.
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Ready Results offers the ability to scan, score, and report locally within your school, district, or diocese office, providing greater flexibility and faster turnaround of results and reporting. Learn more.
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Presenter: Rob Dyson
Pearson has long set the standard for ability and achievement testing. In this brief 30 minute webinar, we will showcase the new NNAT3 as well as highlight the benefits of using the OLSAT 8, and Stanford 10 for your ability and achievement testing which is commonly used for gifted identification and program placement. Participants will also see how our solutions can help identify gifted students that have traditionally been underserved.
Effective June 30, 2018, Pearson will be consolidating our Central Scoring and Reporting services together with our online Program Workshop system. Scoring and reporting for paper-and-pencil users will be done through our online Program Workshop system for the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®, Eighth Edition (OLSAT8) and Stanford Achievement Test Series,Tenth Edition® (SAT10).
Please Note! For each Answer Document, Consumable/Machine Scorable Test Packs and Reusable Test Packs listed below, the corresponding fee* for Scanning, Scoring and providing Report results must be included with the order for test materials.
* Be sure to select the appropriate fee for your testing needs and specify the quantity based on the total number of student test booklets or answer documents that you are purchasing.
The additional fees for OLSAT8 testing are: