Learn more about the Talented and Gifted School for Young Scholars admissions process and see if TAG might be the right choice!Read More
The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, more popularly known as the NNAT, measures problem-solving and reasoning abilities using figures, shapes, symbols, and patterns. Download your free NNAT practice test now!Read More
Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test scores provide you with detailed information that can allow you to interpret your child’s strengths and weaknesses and help you understand how to improve if you plan to take the test again. Read on to find out more!Read More
Our NYC Gifted and Talented test prep tips will help your child get ready for the NYC Gifted and Talented test. If your child is not only well-prepared, but also confident on the day of the test, she will likely have an edge on the competition.Read More
First grade gifted program test preparation can seem overwhelming. That is why we have compiled a list of ten helpful tips to help you comprehend the content of the tests, strategize preparation, and help your child succeed on test day.Read More
There is no doubt that getting into a gifted program or school in CPS is an extremely competitive process. While the odds are stacked against your child, this doesn't mean that there isn't anything you can do to help them have the best chance possible.
In this article, we give our top ten gifted test prep tips to help your child do his her very best on test day, and be accepted into one of these coveted programs.Read More
Edison Regional Gifted Center, commonly referred to as Edison, is located in the Albany Park neighborhood of Chicago and is part of the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) system. Edison was founded in 1975 and offers an accelerated and enriched academic program to students in kindergarten through eighth grades. Read on to find out if Edison is the right fit for your child.Read More
One half of the NYC Gifted and Talented exam, the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT), is a key determinant of admission to NYC’s fiercely-competitive city-wide programs. To gain a spot in the most popular schools, such as the Anderson school, NEST+m, or Brooklyn School of Inquiry, your child needs to score in the top one-percent of all pre-K students. Read on to find out more about the NNAT and Naglieri Nonverbal Ability test prep.Read More
What is the gifted program? These programs deliver a “rigorous, specialized, and accelerated” curriculum to advanced learners. Students learn with similarly gifted peers from teachers trained to meet the unique needs of gifted learners.
Read on to find out more about the gifted program and how to get in to one of these prestigous programs.Read More
If you want a challenging curriculum for your gifted child without paying private school prices, you may be interested in New York City’s Gifted and Talented program.
However, seating in the program is limited, and the competition is intense.
So how can you give your child the best possible Gifted and Talented NYC test prep to ensure they have an edge over the competition? Read on for our six keys to success.Read More
The Gifted and Talented test is the only factor that determines entry into NYC’s fiercely competitive Gifted and Talented program. Although students entering kindergarten through third grade are eligible for admittance, the Gifted & Talented test for pre-k is the biggest entry point.Read More
In this post, we start with an overview of "Spatial Visualization" question types. We also provide A sample question, accompanied by tips and strategies that every student can use to perform successfully on "Spatial Visualization" questions during the official NNAT-2® exam.Read More
In this post, we start with an overview of "Serial Reasoning" question types. We also provide a sample question, accompanied by tips and strategies that every student can use to perform successfully on "Serial Reasoning" questions during the official NNAT-2® exam.Read More
In this post, we start with an overview of "Pattern Completion" question types, including what skills they measure and how many of these question types are on the NNAt®2 test. We also provide some sample questions, accompanied by tips and strategies that every student can use to perform successfully on "Pattern Completion" questions during the official NNAT-2® exam.Read More
In this post, we start with an overview of "Reasoning by Analogy" question types, including what skills they measure and how many of these question types are on the NNAt®2 test. We also provide some sample questions, accompanied by tips and strategies that every student can use to perform successfully on "Reasoning by Analogy" questions during the official NNAT-2® exam.Read More
The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT®) is a nonverbal measure of general ability in students between four and 18. The questions on the NNAT® consist of geometric figures, shapes, and symbols and a child must use visual reasoning and logical thinking to decipher the answers.
The second edition of the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test – the NNAT®2 - is currently used as a ‘**gifted and talented test**’ to identify children from diverse linguistic and cultural populations for accelerated programs across the USA, including the **NYC Gifted and Talented program**, and gifted programs in Texas and Virgina Beach.Read More