At RQM Tutorial, we exemplify the importance of a child's formative years. Our educators work with these young children to develop their cognitive abilities in conjunction with their comprehension skills. These years are pivotal towards every child's future as they set precedence for the years going forward. It is these years that we feel are perhaps the most important for mentorship. Our instructors work closely with children, especially at this age, to develop their study habits and strengthen their fundamentals in science, mathematics, English, and social studies.
Students at this age level tend to be forgetful and rather disorganized. To combat this issue, only RQM Tutorial has implemented an online student portal such that our students and their respective parents can see recent test scores, graded homework, assigned homework, class lessons, and any teacher comments. We also provide email assistance if necessary, in the scenario that a student needs last minute help for an exam or homework review.
Additionally, we have had tremendous success preparing our students for the New York City Gifted and Talented Program. Admission to the Gifted and Talented Program is hinged upon two examinations: the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test (OLSAT) and the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT). Each is given equal weight in the determination of a student's acceptance into the Gifted and Talented Program. Our instructors have studied the contents and materials associated with both exams and are very well versed in the subject matter. Although the NNAT is considered to be less "preppable," our educators have had immense success preparing students for both examinations.