The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is running a pilot study from Feb. 1 to June 30, to conduct research on test identification methods. During this time, CTY will accept qualifying scores on a variety of tests that students may have already taken for talent identification at their school. Students must have scored in the 98th percentile or higher or two grade levels or more above their current grade level on specified domains of these tests to qualify.
New students who submit qualifying scores from these tests with their program application will receive CTY-level eligibility, which will remain valid through high school. Families who participate in this testing pilot do not have to enroll their child in Talent Search to apply for programs. The student's name and test date must be included on their score report.
To learn more, go to the CTY website.