Due to the changes to the Gifted and Talented tests in New York City that the Wall Street Journal reported on last month, many parents are looking for tips. The main change that is that the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT-2) will replace the BSRA and will account for two-thirds of the final score while the OLSAT will account for one-third of the final score.
In addition to the materials that can be found in our bookstore, Aristotle Circle offers informative free resources below. If you need help preparing for the NYC G&T tests in, do not hesitate to contact us.
Make sure you are up-to-date on all of the G&T scheduling changes by checking the NYC Department of Education Gifted & Talented Program Handbook. Important scheduling changes can also be found on our blog, The Lyceum
Below are some free tutorial videos to help you understand each section of the NNAT:
- NNAT Spatial Visualization
- NNAT Serial Reasoning
- NNAT Pattern Completion
- NNAT Analogies