In New York City, the OLSAT® comprises 1/3 of a child's total G&T admissions score. The child's Naglieri Nonverbal Abilities Test® (NNAT®) score serves as the remaining 2/3 of the child's G&T score. The New York City Department of Education encourages parents to prepare their children to ensure that they are familiar with the structure and type of questions on the OLSAT® and NNAT®.
The Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT-2) is a nonverbal measure of reasoning and problem-solving abilities frequently used by gifted and talented admissions. There are four types of questions: Pattern Completion, Analogy, Serial Reasoning and Spatial Visualization.
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