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Unprecedented Dedication in Elementary School G&T Program Admission

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"My twins had fun learning."

"We got in the citywide school we love."

"The program is challenging even for myself! I'm amazed by how much my daughter has improved."

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Established Since 2006

About Us


Quick Facts:

✔ First & Only 
- Established since 2006 - 1st in New York City
- Specialize solely in G&T admission 
✔ Highest Passing Rate
✔ Proprietary Curriculum
✔ The Most Trusted Program in NYC
✔ Supported by educator families
✔ The largest alumni network
Leveraging 15 Years of G&T Experience
Since 2006

Core Advantages


NYC Certified Teachers

Early Childhood & Child Psychology 

Master Graduates



Combining Research & Actual Classroom Feedbacks

Kids enjoy the class

Feature in

Published on October 19, 2012, on page A16 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal   

Conflicted Over Gifted 


Oct. 19, 2012 11:52 a.m. ET


About  The Tests


Otis-Lennon School Ability Test®
What is OLSAT? How is it conducted?
The Otis-Lennon School Ability Test (OLSAT) is a multiple choice test. It assesses children's reasoning ability. It is often being used by schools in the US as a part of the admission tests for academically advance programs. 
The NYC public school system started using OLSAT to identify advance 4-7 years old children to enter the highly competitive Gifted & Talented Program (G&T Program) since 2006. In NYC, the OLSAT is conducted as a verbal test - the proctor reads the questions, the children mark the answers on the testing paper. Verbal Comprehension and Verbal Reasoning are the key areas in OLSAT. 


Naglieri Non-Verbal Ability Test®
What is NNAT / NNAT-2? How is it conducted?
The Naglieri Non-Verbal Ability Test (NNAT second edition / NNAT-2) is a multiple choice test.
The NYC public school system replaced the BSRA exam with NNAT-2 in year 2012. The NNAT-2 is a reasoning assessment, which is significantly more challenging than the BSRA. It requires children to independently complete a testing paper with some puzzle-like questions. Unlike the OLSAT, there is no listening to the questions. Children are required to work on the questions at their own pace independently.
There are 4 key area of testing:
1. Pattern Completion
2. Reasoning by Analogy 
3. Serial Reasoning 
4. Spatial Visualization

The highly competitive G&T admission test (OLSAT & NNATis given only once

a year. Students deserve to be well equiped to give their best shot.

Top G&T Schools 

G&T testing is the only way to get into the G&T program in the following great schools:
Citywide Programs
Anderson School
Brooklyn School of Inquiry (BSI)
District Programs
Lower Lab
PS. 188 Kingsbury
PS. 203 Oakland Gardens
and many more...