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As the OLSAT test period continues through the end of February, the waiting game has already started for some parents who took their child to the OLSAT testing site designated by the NYC DOE. I’ve been getting early reports from parents who took their children to take the OLSAT test over this past weekend. Here are some of the comments I’ve received from parents about the process they went through:
“The test site was very calm and well organized. My child in the test happily and came out smiling.”
“There were only a handful of kids there.”
“We registered outside the auditorium and then we were told to sit inside until our child’s name was called. They certainly checked ID closely and didn’t accept one person’s photo copy of a birth certificate.”
“Some of the parents looked very nervous, and others seemed relaxed and were chatting with each other. In most cases only one parent showed up with their child but in some cases it was both parents and the siblings.”
“While the parents were waiting someone from the school explained the process briefly and offered to answer any questions but there weren’t any of much interest.”
According the DOE site, the OLSAT test is scheduled to take place from January 4 through February 7, 2010. If you’re in public school pre-K the test is given during school hours but if you’re in private pre-K the OLSAT test is given at a designated location by the NYC DOE. If you didn’t register in by November 7, 2009 then it’s too late. You can sign-up for OLSAT summer testing via the DOE site.
If you’re still needing some practice OLSAT test material I have some sample questions so email me at: email@example.com Also, you can sign up for my free G&T e-newsletter.
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