NYC's #1 Gifted & Talented Learning Center!
FasTracKids was the first institution in New York City to offer complete preparation for New York City DOE Gifted and Talented Admission since 2003. Our experience and focus make us the market leader in the field.
Every year, thousands of parents trust FasTracKids center all over NYC to help their children to achieve their goals. Our unique training system is NYC parents' best kept secret to get their children to excel 0n gifted and talented tests.
Our exclusive class setting trains for confidence, attention, responsiveness and many more important skills that are difficult, if not impossible, to achieve by home training.
These essential attributes determine which students get the upper hand in the increasingly competitive gifted and talented tests each year.
Trust the most experienced. Trust our alumni and parents who are continuously bringing more siblings, younger children and friends to our program each year.
Your child only gets one chance a year and competition will only get more and more vigorous. You want your child to get in G&T on the first try.
FasTracKids can help!
About the Tests:
NNAT ® - Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test
The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT) assess general reasoning ability in children. Like all nonverbal ability tests, the NNAT is intended to assess cognitive ability independently of linguistic and cultural background.
Area of Testing:
1. Pattern Completion:
2. Reasoning by Analogy:
3. Serial Reasoning:
4. Spatial Visualization:
On the NNAT, often students "don't understand what they're supposed to do," said David Lohman, a professor of educational psychology at the University of Iowa. Therefore, it is very important for students to learn what to do when tackling these kind of abstract questions.
OLSAT® - Otis-Lennon School Ability Test
The Otis-Lennon School Ability Test (OLSAT®) is a measure of abstract thinking and reasoning ability of children pre-K to 18.
Area of Testing:
1. Verbal Comprehension:
2. Verbal Reasoning:
New York City DOE - Gifted and Talented Program
Starting from 2012/2013 G&T admission, The New York City Department of Education has adopted the use of the OLSAT® and NNAT® for admission to the gifted and talented program in elementary school.
In 2012/2013 exam, NNAT will count for 2/3 toward the total score, while OLSAT will count for the remaining 1/3.
This program will prepare the students for both OLSAT & NNAT
>>>NNAT 67% + OLSAT 33%<<<