Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program, Parents Resources for NYC G&T | Tags: gifted test prep, New York City Public Schools, NYC Gifted and Talented, OLSAT, private school tests
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As more parents become concerned with the standard education made available to their children in public school systems, the business of preparing students for NYC gifted and talented program admission testing has become a big venture.
Parents who cannot afford private school educations for their children have increasingly turned to private companies that offer gifted and talented program test preparation classes and sessions for children as young as four or five. Although these G&T program testing prep courses cost around $150 or more, many parents are willing to pay the bill if it means their children will have access to better education within the public school system, which is something that the NYC gifted and talented program offers.
Filed under: ERB WPPSI, OLSAT test prep | Tags: Gifted and Talented NYC, gifted testing, OLSAT practice test, OLSAT sample test, private school tests
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Now’s there yet another reason sites like TestingMom.com where you can find over 1,600 pratice questions for OLSAT, Bracken, SB-5, WPPSI and Naglieri are needed by parents when preparing their children for G&T testing. It’s now even more important for parents to take matters into their own hands when it comes to preparing their child for the ERB-WPPSI and Otis-Lennon School Abilities test. Don’t rely on your high-dollar pre-school on the Upper Eastside to do the job – at least according to this article.
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