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Will the parents see the OLSAT test and answers after the NYC G&T exam?
posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - December 30th, 2010
We receive this question quite a bit from parents and the answer is “yes and no”. For the NYC Gifted and Talented Program OLSAT test, you do have the opportunity to review your child’s OLSAT test results, but you must schedule a time to go to the NYC Dept. of Education (located downtown at 400 Chambers St., near the courthouse) to see it. They are very stringent about the appointment to revie w the test ; you will only be allowed to see the exam in the ten minutes that are allotted to you once your scheduled time begins, so make sure to arrive on time! You cannot touch the OLSAT or Bracken test, take any type of notes, or photographs so try to remember everything you can when reviewing the test. I highly recommend that you take the time to go review the exam, especially if your child is in the high 80’s, on the cusp of making it in, so that you can see what your child has missed and which areas they might need to improve in for when re-take the NYC G&T test in the future.
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