The Early Childhood Admission Assessment (ECAA) is a comprehensive assessment program designed and individually administered to children in Pre-K to Grade 4 for admission purposes to select schools. The test for grades 3 and 4 also administers a reading comprehension test in a small group setting. The information collected from the test provides useful information to the school about a student’s current developmental state. The tests are not predictors of long-range success in academics. Therefore, it’s important to remember that the ECAA is solely for admission purposes to schools and is not for parents to utilize as a way to obtain information on their child. The ECAA may be tested only once during a given admission season, therefore it’s best to prepare appropriately before test day.

We believe it’s unproductive for younger students to feel intense pressure, stress and anxiety surrounding a standardized test. Unfortunately, there will be plenty of time for that in the future. For that reason, our ECAA tutors take extra care to foster a level of comfort and understanding during the tutoring sessions. Our tutors have experience working with a variety of age groups, so they know firsthand how 5-year-olds learn and react differently than 8-year-olds.

Every student is different and therefore we believe it’s imperative that in order to maximize performance on the ECAA it is necessary to tailor a program for the individual student in an effort to develop the approach that best works for them.

Dolphin Academic Prep offers personalized ECAA tutoring!

We are here to answer your questions, so give us a call or send us an email to see how personalized ECAA tutoring with a private Dolphin Academic Prep tutor can help benefit your student.

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