Within a week of my son using the OLSAT/NNAT bundle, his scores improved drastically. My son was accepted onto the program!
We got the OLSAT/NNAT Bundle. We really like that we can watch the video academy multiple times. The site is easy and comfortable to use and I would recommend it to other parents of gifted children.
The test at school (NNAT) was easier than the questions on the website. I knew my answers were correct for all the questions except for two of them that I found somewhat confusing. I had a lot of fun doing the test!

Effective online preparation for 3rd Grade OLSAT & NNAT 

TestPrep-Online offers preparation materials for the OLSAT and NNAT. Our bundle packs offer customizable practice sessions and are comprehensive and will thoroughly prepare your child for a gifted and talented test.

About the OLSAT Level D

The OLSAT Level D consists of 64 questions, 32 verbal and 32 non-verbal. Students have 50 minutes to complete the test. The types of questions on the verbal section are: antonyms, sentence completion, sentence arrangement, arithmetic reasoning, logical selection, word/letter matrix, verbal analogies, and verbal classification. The types of questions on the non-verbal section are: figural classification, figural analogies, pattern matrix, figural series, number series, number inference, and number matrix. 3rd grade students are expected to be able to read by themselves, and therefore, the questions on the test are not read aloud, unlike the OLSAT A-C.

About the NNAT Level D

The NNAT Level D consists of 48 non-verbal questions which students have 30 minutes to complete. The test is meant to assess reasoning skills by measuring non-verbal abilities, and therefore includes no verbal instructions at all. For this reason, it is extra important to practice for, because being familiar with the types of non-verbal questions and being able to solve them with no need for instructions will raise your child's success rates.

The types of questions included on the NNAT Level D are: pattern completion, reasoning by analogy, serial reasoning, and spatial visualization. Practicing for these questions is beneficial when studying for the OLSAT, too.

How to Prepare for the OLSAT & NNAT Tests

It is highly recommended to prepare for the OLSAT and NNAT tests, since practicing questions of the same types, which are not practiced at school, will increase your child's chances of achieving a high score. Start with the test your child is about to take. For instance, if your child is about to take the OLSAT test, start with our OLSAT prep pack, make sure your child goes through all the questions in the pack, then move on to the NNAT pack and make sure your child solves all the questions of the types he or she found challenging.

Your third-grader will require your help from time to time and it is important that you supervise his or her study habits. Keep in mind, though, that learning to work independently is also important. Our website offers a step-by-step explanation for each and every question on our practice pack; explain to your child why it is important to read the explanation thoroughly if he or she answers the question incorrectly, before calling you for help. It is also highly recommended to read the explanation even if your child answers the question correctly, since learning new ways to solve a problem and obtaining tools for future questions is very useful.

Good study habits are important and will help your child with every test he or she will study for in the future. Encourage your child to take short breaks, study at reasonable hours, not put off studying in favor of a fun activity, cover all the material, and try several times to solve a question before reading the explanation. Keep a positive attitude and encourage your child to stay optimistic. Confidence is particularly important in tests. From time to time, reflect your child's progress back to him or her: show them something new they now know how to do, show them what they have already covered, etc.

Another important part of studying is keeping a good, healthy lifestyle. Studies have shown that students who eat nutritious food, and especially a healthy breakfast, achieve better scores at school than those who do not. It is highly recommended not to skip breakfast, especially on the day of the test, and trying to avoid sweets while studying, since they make your child's concentration levels drop after a short while. Make sure your child also gets enough sleep: children need more sleep than adults, and a well-rested child will be more likely to achieve his or her full potential.

OLSAT and NNAT Video Academies

We are proud to provide high quality products for a low price. All of our practice materials include hundreds of questions. We believe that your child does not need expensive classes or tutors to succeed on a gifted children's test. With our online format, our study materials are available to you whenever, and wherever, you want. The videos below provide an inside look at the NNAT and OLSAT Video Academies. The NNAT Video Academy a series of five tutorials which explain in detail how to solve each NNAT question type, and is included in every Premium Bundle Pack.




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