Bright Kids NYC has just released the new Level C Practice Test - Test Two to prepare students for the OLSAT Level C exams, which students take for 3rd grade entry. These new publications supplement their existing lineup of OLSAT test preparation materials that span Kindergarten to 12th grade.
The OLSAT evaluates cognitive abilities that correspond to academic success, and is given throughout the United States for placement into gifted and talented programs. With countless students vying for a limited number of spots in these coveted schools, many parents seek to prep their child beforehand.
To provide this sought-after test preparation, practice tests published by Bright Kids NYC provide exposure to the content and concepts that a student will face on test day. The length, difficulty, and types of questions included in the OLSAT Level C Test Two Practice Test are similar to those found on the exam.
In addition to providing essential practice, each practice test contains a wealth of information for parents. The OLSAT Level C exams include background on the test content, outlining the structure of its verbal and nonverbal subtests. The introductory section also covers scoring and administration guidelines.
Following the informational sections, both publications contain a full-length Bright Kids NYC OLSAT practice test. Level C is administered to 2nd graders for entry into 3rd grade programs, and the practice test contains 71 questions. The exam also contains an answer sheet and answer key.
With over 70 practice questions, the Bright Kids NYC OLSAT Level C Test Two is an essential tool for any parent preparing their child for the OLSAT. This brand new practice test supplements existing practice tests as well as a comprehensive OLSAT Preparation Guide for Levels B and C containing 460 practice questions. Visit our online store to order your copy today.
Bright Kids NYC was founded in New York City to educate parents about standardized tests such as the ERB, Stanford-Binet, OLSAT/NNAT2, ISEE/SSAT, and the CogAT through workshops and consultations and to prepare young children for such tests through assessments, tutoring, and publications.