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# Sample NYC Gifted Practice Questions

IMPORTANT:While the NYC Gifted and Talented Test sample questions shown on this page are representative of what your child will be seeing, they aren’t taken directly from the actual test being administered this year.

## NYC Gifted Test Sample Question #1 — OLSAT (Otis-Lennon School Abilities Test, Eighth Edition), Following Directions

Parent, say to your child: “Point to the picture that shows a bird flying.”

## NYC Gifted Test Sample Question #2 — OLSAT, Aural Reasoning

Parent, say to your child: “Point to the picture that shows two animals that children often keep as pets.”

## NYC Gifted Test Sample Question #3 — NNAT-2 (Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, Second Edition), Reasoning by Analogy

Parent, say to your child: “Look at this puzzle.” Point to the empty box and say, “Something is missing.” Then point to the answer choices and say, “Which of these answer choices goes here?” (Be sure to point back to the empty box when you say “here.”)

## NYC Gifted Test Sample Question #4 — NNAT-2, Spatial Visualization:

Parent, say to your child: “Look at this puzzle.” Point to the empty box and say, “Something is missing.” Then point to the answer choices and say, “Which of these answer choices goes here?” (Be sure to point back to the empty box when you say “here.”)

## NYC Gifted Test Sample Question #5 — Stanford-Binet V (Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition), Matrices

Parent, say to your child: “Do you see these four boxes? The pictures in the top row go together in a certain way. Now, look at the bottom row. Do you see the empty box? Which of the four pictures shown in the answer choices on the right goes with the picture in the bottom left box the same way that the two pictures in the top row go together?”

##### Answers: 2nd from left, bottom left, 1, 3, 3rd from left

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[…] Sorting laundry into different colors requires that your child arrange items into different categories, classify them into groups and compare what goes together and what doesn’t. These skills are very commonly assessed on OLSAT test that your child will take for admissions into the NYC Gifted and Talented Program. […]

[…] A student who scores 90 or higher can apply for District G&T programs. A student who scores 97 or higher can apply for District and Citywide G&T programs. Make sure you check out free practice questions from programs like Testing Mom!  […]

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