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Did you take the ISEE Lower Level Math Practice Test? If so, then it’s time to review your results to see where you went wrong and what areas you need to improve. ISEE Lower Level Math Practice Test Answers and Explanations 1- Choice D is correctThe ratio of lions to tigers is 14 to 4 or 7 to 2 at the zoo. Therefore, total number of lions and tigers must be divisible by \(5. 7+2=9,\) From the numbers provided, only 142 is not divisible by 9. 2- Choice D is correctIf \(\frac{1}{4}\) of a number is greater than 5, the number must be greater than 20.\(\frac{1}{4}\)...

September 19, 2020

Taking a Full-length ISEE Lower Level Math practice test is the best way to help you get familiar with the test format and feel more confident. Not only will this help you measure your exam readiness and solidify the concepts you’ve learned, but it is the best way to simulate test day.To help you get the best out of this complete and realistic ISEE Lower Level Math practice test and prepare your mind and body for the actual test, we recommend that you treat this practice test as a real test. Prepare scratch papers, pencil, a timer, and a calculator and take the test in one sitting and...

September 19, 2020

If you’re taking the ISEE Lower Level Math test in a few weeks or months, you might be anxious about how to remember ALL the different formulas and math concepts and recall them during the test. The ISEE Lower Level Math covers a wide range of topics—from as early as elementary school all the way to high school. While you have probably learned many of these formulas at some point, it may have been a long time since you’ve actually used them. This is where most test takers have a hard time preparing for the test. So, what formulas do you need to have memorized for the ISEE Lower...

August 14, 2020

The Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) is an admission test developed by the Educational Records Bureau for its member schools as part of their admission process. ISEE Lower Level tests use a multiple-choice format and contain two Mathematics sections: Quantitative Reasoning There are 38 questions in the Quantitative Reasoning section and students have 35 minutes to answer the questions. This section contains word problems requiring either no calculation or simple calculation. Mathematics Achievement There are 30 questions in the Mathematics Achievement section and...

April 29, 2020