The Bright Kids OLSAT Prep Guide is very comprehensive with 460 questions and over 300 pages. It really gives the student a leg up on the competition.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
Bright Kids NYC has added an OLSAT® Preparation Guide for Levels D, E, and F (4th through 9th grade entry) to their already impressive library. With so many forms of standardized testing thrown at students in today’s educational system, it can be overwhelming to find the right test prep materials for your child. An ally in this struggle, Bright Kids NYC has been taking the guesswork out of the process for years now, providing the top materials on the market for the OLSAT®, ERB, Stanford Binet, CogAT®, and NNAT® tests.
The OLSAT® 8, the latest version of the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®, is a multiple choice “school ability” test that is administered throughout the United States for placement into various Gifted and Talented programs. Gaining entry to these programs has become very competitive, making it increasingly important for students to prepare by understanding the format of the test and by answering sample questions for practice. Students who work through the OLSAT® Preparation Guide will feel more confident and less stressed on test day, ensuring they perform to the best of their ability.
Reasonably priced with an easy to understand layout, Bright Kids NYC’s OLSAT® Preparation Guide Levels D through F offers 460 practice questions that cover all sixteen OLSAT® subtests. The guide also includes a test-taking strategy section, along with separate strategy sections for each individual subtest. Students will fully understand each and every exercise, as the answer keys include detailed explanations on how to solve each problem. Furthermore, there are sixteen answer sheets so children will feel fully comfortable filling out bubble sheets by the time they take their test.
The comprehensive format of the OLSAT® Preparation Guide ensures students using the guide will have an increased chance of excelling on the exam, over those that neglect to prepare using the guide. As one former NYC public school teacher and OLSAT administrator stated, “This is the best material out there. The Bright Kids OLSAT Prep Guide is very comprehensive with 460 questions and over 300 pages. It really gives the student a leg up on the competition.”
About Bright Kids NYC: 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.