Filed under: Gifted and Talented Software and Books, OLSAT BRSA test prep for NYC gifted talented | Tags: New York City Public Schools, notification nyc gifted and talented, NYC Public Schools Gifted and Talented Program, OLSAT BRSA testing, OLSAT test prep grades 2 and 3, P.S. 33 Chelsea Prep
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I met Bige Doruk, the CEO and founder of Bright Kids NYC, and had a great conversation with her about the new service she started a few short months ago called Bright Kids NYC located downtown in the Financial District. She herself had a child take the OLSAT test for kindergarten and she completely understands the pressures that parents face in NYC to get their child in the NYC gifted and talented program. She has thorough knowledge of the NYC DOE system for NYC gifted and talented application process and retesting for the gifted and talented program – even for summer retake tests for the gifted and talented program for kindergarten.
In a few weeks she launches her new OLSAT test prep book. I saw a draft copy of the book and all I can say is that it’s the BEST test prep book for the OLSAT / BRSA I’ve seen to date. Let me know if you’d like to be notified once this book is released and published – email me at email@example.com. Bige indicated it should be ready by the end of August to early September. Just in time for the school rush for NYC gifted and talented test prep. If you contact Bige or Bright Kids NYC directly let her know that I referred you so she’ll give you a good deal on the OLSAT / BRSA prep book! This book really outlines the thoroughness of the exam and provides a good baseline for NYC gifted and talented practice test to get your child up to speed on the the types of questions on the OLSAT / BRSA tests.
Based upon my conversation with Bige there’s a BIG need here in NYC for parents like us to get their child prepared for these tests. Of course all of us think (and rightfully so 🙂 ) that our child is a GENIUS. Although when it comes to the NYC gifted and talented tests for OLSAT and BRSA it’s a matter of preparation as much as it has to do with intelligence. She told me stories of children who are extremely bright who come to her facility for OLSAT test prep because they did poorly on the OLSAT NYC gifted and talented test results. This was a matter of being prepared for the testing.
On another note, we received notice we’ll have the open house for our child’s school at P.S. 33 the week of August 24. I’ll write another update at that time to keep everyone posted on the progress of the new gifted and talented program being launched at P.S. 33 NYC for the very first time this year under the guidance of Principal Linore Lindy.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! Michael
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