Nah, that's not too early. The OLSAT is a group administered test and often graded by the school staff itself. There isn't a lot of "interpretation" going on... sorta just an answer key. It's not like state testing where it must be sent out. The turn around could be as fast as they want it really.
My kids took their school test (not the OLSAT but a similar group administered ability test) and DS who took it in a group got results in a couple weeks (every 2nd grader was tested.) DD was given it individually and we got her results about an hour after she took it.
Married mom of two, DD 17 and DS 14.
Thank you! I was wondering because somebody I think said they didn't get results mailed until the next year...I hope we see them soon, its just so hard to not know where you stand for next year, you know?
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