Bright Kids NYC Releases ERB Test Preparation Guide for Children Entering Pre-K to 2nd Grade

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Every year, thousands of young children in New York City take their first standardized test as part of the admission process to independent schools throughout the five boroughs. The objective of The Bright Kids ERB Preparation Guide is to provide parents with practice material focused on the critical thinking and listening skills needed to help children succeed on this test. The ERB Guide consists of two books; a parent handbook and an exercise book for children.

No one should take the ERB without using this guide

Parents of students from preschool to second grade are eagerly making preparations for the academic future of their children. With the ability of standardized testing to serve as a gauge for potential ability and compatibility with any course of study, more schools have begun focusing their admission on the results of Educational Records Bureau (ERB) tests. The Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI-III) are effectively used by many independent schools in New York, New York to determine admissions acceptability of potential students.

Bright Kids NYC has created a cognitive syllabus of study for students preparing for the ERB/WPPSI-III which enables pupils up to the second grade level to get a head start on standardized testing procedures and content. Developed by experts in the field, ERB Preparation Guides offered by Bright Kids NYC are a solid foundation for the study of any child submitted as an applicant to an independent preschool or elementary school. One of the more appreciated aspects of the ERB Preparation Guide is the format of complementary child and parent information.

Parents will recognize immediately the advantages of having a clear understanding of the way the ERB/WPPSI-III is broken down. For many standardized tests, obtaining a clear understanding of the test's format is an integral part in passing successfully. A comprehensive guide which breaks down how the ERB uses each test, the different subtests contained within the ERB/WPPSI-III and the timeline over which the test will be taken are all available through Bright Kids NYC and the ERB Preparation Guide. For those seeking information on the end result, Bright Kids NYC has included information on what test scores really represent, enabling parents and children to focus on areas that may be posing consistent problems on the standardized test.

Encouraging the parent's involvement in the tutoring and preparation for the ERB/WPPSI-III helps to keep the process monitored at an intimate level. It is often ineffective to leave children to their own devices for review of standardized test materials, as they may be too young to comprehend the proper course of preparation. Parents are provided strategies and recommended activities for preparation purposes, with detailed explanations of each process available in each Bright Kids NYC ERB Preparation Guide.

Children preparing for the ERB/WPPSI-III are the focus of the Bright Kids NYC ERB Preparation Guide, and the materials contained within have been catered to their abilities and expectations. There are over 200 practice items in the preparation guide, covering all subjects present in the test's subsections. Reasonably-priced with an easy to understand layout, parents and education professionals have been raving about the ERB Preparation Guide. "No one should take the ERB without using this guide," said one former NYC admissions consultant.

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.

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