Bright Kids NYC Offers OLSAT Test Preparation Book and Guide for Children Entering Kindergarten and First Grade

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Increased competition to get into the top Gifted and Talented Programs requires that children are prepared with the best OLSAT books and materials available. Last year, in New York City alone, over 15,000 children took the OLSAT test in hope to qualify for a few hundred seats in the city's top Gifted and Talented programs. Bright Kids NYC releases the best OLSAT test preparation book and guide available to date.

No one should take the OLSAT without using this guide

With so many forms of standardized testing thrown at school-age children in today's educational system, it can be overwhelming to find the right testing prep materials for your child. However, Bright Kids NYC (http://www.Brightkidsnyc.com) wants to make the process easier for at least one form of testing -- the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test. Bright Kids NYC is offering a top-of-the-line test preparation guide aimed at students entering kindergarten and first grade to ensure that they are as prepared as possible to excel on the actual test.

Parents can purchase these materials to give their child a leg up on learning the critical listening and thinking skills that are required for success on the OLSAT exam. Children ages four through six can take advantage of this product, ensuring they will have little to stress about when testing day comes.

The OLSAT exam is used throughout the country to screen children for various gifted programs. It is sometimes used in conjunction with the Stanford 10 Achievement Test (SAT-10).

This preparation guide was developed with input from teachers, specialists and other educational professionals with the students in mind. In fact, in test studies, many of those that used this guide to study for the OLSAT scored at 90% or higher on the actual test. Moreover, the guide has been used successfully in studying for the GATE Gifted and Talented Testing, since the skill requirements for this exam are similar to those of the OLSAT.

The guide is divided into two major portions: instructions and questions for children. The skills evaluated via the preparation materials, and on the actual test, include: verbal skills, which include following directions, reasoning and math; and non-verbal skills, which include analogies, classifications and sequencing. Questions are presented in multiple-choice format, numbering more than 200 items over six sections.

Reasonably-priced with an easy to understand layout, parents and education professionals have been raving about the OLSAT Preparation Guide. "No one should take the OLSAT without using this guide," said one former NYC public school teacher and OLSAT administrator.

The comprehensive format of the OLSAT preparation materials from Bright Kids NYC ensures students using the prep materials will have an increased chance of excelling on the exam, over those that neglect to prepare using this guide.

About Bright Kids: Bright Kids NYC Inc. was founded in New York City to educate parents about standardized tests through workshops and consultations and to prepare young children for such tests through assessments, tutoring, and publications. Our philosophy is that regardless of age, test taking is a skill that can be acquired and mastered through practice.

Contact:
Bige Doruk
CEO and President
Bright Kids NYC Inc.
56 Pine Street, 9B
New York, New York 10005
917-539-4575
http://www.brightkidsnyc.com

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