Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program, OLSAT BRSA test prep for NYC gifted talented, Parents Resources for NYC G&T | Tags: Free OLSAT sample questions, NYC testing dates OLSAT, OLSAT sample, OLSAT test prep books
I’ve been religiously checking every day for OLSAT test updates and the NYC DOE just posted gifted and talented testing dates and information on the DOE site.
Also, if you’d like 6 FREE OLSAT test prep questions for the NYC gifted and talented program let me know and I’ll email you the link on how to retrieve them. These are OLSAT sample questions from a new OLSAT test prep book that was just released a few short weeks ago. Email me for details: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks – Michael Continue reading
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I’m now cross-posting on Gothamschools.org under the Community section of the Gothamschools.org web site for the NYC gifted and talented program. Here’s my first posting from the Gothasmschools.org web site:
If OLSAT, BSRA, ERB, G&T and Stanford-Binet don’t ring a school bell for you then you’ve mostly likely not experienced the entrance exams for NYC private schools or the tests for the NYC public school gifted and talented programs.
Since our child (at the ripe age of four) took the 128-question OLSAT/BSRA test (yes, 128 questions!) in February and got accepted to a public school gifted and talented program, I’ve become quite familiar with the ins and outs of the G&T program from a parent’s perspective. Between the OLSAT testing, obsessing, waiting on the results, obsessing some more, receiving the test results, touring the the G&T schools, obsessing again, prioritizing the schools we wanted, receiving the school placement letter from DOE, going to parent orientation, and finally having the first day of school it’s been quite a ride! Continue reading
Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program, Parents Resources for NYC G&T | Tags: PS 33 Chelsea Prep
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Well, it’s week 3 of school and so far so good…or should I say great! We’re really pleased with the G&T program at P.S. 33 Chelsea Prep and the other parents of NYC G&T students are very involved with their children’s education well. We’ve noticed a BIG difference in just the few short weeks since our child started attending the NYC gifted and talented program for kindergarten. Over the weekend our child just started copying words and writing them down on a piece of paper, with no prompting from us. Overall, it’s amazing how much of a difference we can see already and we’re extremely pleased with the G&T program so far. The teacher is able to encourage the students to do their best without pushing them too hard. I appreciate the efforts so far and we have seen the rewards.
Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program, Parents Resources for NYC G&T | Tags: Brooklyn P.S 686, Brooklyn School of Inquiry, New York Times Article, OLSAT Practice, OLSAT test prep
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Well, we finished our first week of kindergarten for our child at PS 33. All I can say is we are VERY pleased so far with the program at PS 33 Chelsea Prep. From the teacher to the principal everything has run smoothly and we believe the rest of the year will be just as good if not better. Our child’s class is a true representation of the diverse backgrounds of this wonderful city and we’re glad our child will be able to attend a school that accurately reflects the various cultures and backgrounds of NYC.
On another note, there was an interesting article in NY Times regarding the NYC gifted and talented program a few weeks ago. Not sure I agree with all of it but I found it a good read. The article mentions OLSAT test preparation along with OLSAT scores for the NYC gifted and talented program. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Continue reading
Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program, Parents Resources for NYC G&T | Tags: OLSAT pre-k, PS 33 Chelsea Prep
Well, the first week of school is over and the second week is beginning. I’ve been hearing alot from parents regarding prepping their 4-year old pre-K for the NYC gifted and talented OLSAT test. I’ve also heard from other parents who found out the night before school what G&T school their child would be attending the next day! So far, so good with everything I’ve been hearing from the other parents in the NYC gifted and talented program.
We’ve been very pleased so far with PS 33 and their new G&T program. The communication from the school has been excellent and our child is expected to do some reading homework every night. We also received a very nice letter from the teacher along with an gifted and talented evaluation form we need to complete where we assess our own child for gifted and talented (i.e. strengths, areas of improvement, etc.).
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Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program, Parents Resources for NYC G&T | Tags: g&t acceptance letter, G&T summer testing, Lower Lab - P.S. 77, NEST - New Explorations into Science, P.S. 11 William T. Harris, PS 130 Hernando DeSoto School, PS 33 Chelsea Prep, Technology and Math, The Anderson School P.S. 334
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Well, tomorrow is the first day of school for the NYC public school system. We’re very excited about our child entering the NYC G&T program at P.S. 33 Chelsea Prep.
I am hearing from some parents who took the NYC gifted and talented tests this summer are just finding out TODAY which NYC gifted and talented school their child will be attending TOMORROW. The summer testing for the NYC gifted and talented took place in June-July of this past summer. One parent indicated their child got a city wide acceptance letter for NYC gifted and talented for the summer testing, although they were also told they needed to prioritize the schools in District 2 where they are located to be accepted to the NYC G&T program. Continue reading