This Friday, representatives from Johns Hopkins University presented to parents about their Center For Talented Youth (CTY) programme. Johns Hopkins University has been a world leader in gifted education since 1979, Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth is a nonprofit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced pre-college students around the world. They serve bright learners and their families through their research, advocacy, and counseling, as well as their signature gifted and talented summer, online, international, and family programmes.*
You can access the presentation at these links:
To be able to participate in the CTY programme, students will need to be part of the Talent Search. Participating in CTY’s Talent Search is an achievement in itself. Receiving a qualifying score can earn your bright young learner an invitation to one of our recognition ceremonies or the opportunity to enroll in our engaging summer and online programmes. Test options vary by grade level. One test that is accepted is the School and College Ability Test.*
School and College Ability Test (SCAT)
Open to students in grades 2-8, the SCAT is a computer-based or paper-based, timed, multiple-choice, quantitative and verbal assessment. With a short testing time and flexible scheduling, the SCAT is a convenient option for families looking to qualify for CTY programmes on a deadline.*
SCAT Test @ UNIS Hanoi
The paper-based SCAT test will be administered at UNIS Hanoi. Watch this space for more details in the coming TinTuc.
Register to Take the SCAT Test
- You will need to apply for the Talent Search programme before registering for the test. Use this link to register with the Talent Search Programme.
- After applying to the Talent Search programme, you can contact Kimberly Yash, Middle School Enrichment and Extension Coach, firstname.lastname@example.org to finish registering to take the test.
*Taken from the CTY website