ISEE Test-How can your child study for this test?

ISEE Test-What can your child study?
1. Start with vocabulary. We offer middle-high school level vocab lists to start with. Alternatively, use the list in a Kaplan, Princeton Review, or Barron’s book. Even if your child studies Wordly Wise in School, that is not enough.
2. Math Achievement. Here is a checklist of major topics that your 8th grader needs to know:
Algebra solving
Work problems
Part-Part ratios
Area and Circumfrence of Circles/Arcs/Sectors
Distance Formula
45-45-90 and 30-60-90 right triangles
Pythagorean Theorem
3. Reading Comprehension. The best way to work on reading comp is practice through using a review book or ISEE test available through ERBLearn. Also, encourage your child to start reading newspaper articles. Discuss the articles, point of view, biases, etc…
4. Quantitative Comparison-This is one of the trickiest sections of the ISEE test. Students need to compare 2 equations or quantities and report which one is larger. This skill comes through practice as well as strong arithmetic and algebraic skills. 
Contact us to learn more about ISEE tutoring and ISEE prep.
We offer ISEE tutoring throughout New York and New Jersey-Contact our Tutoring Solutions Group Learning Center-201-816-0248
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The ISEE test is used for admission to competitive private schools like Horace Mann, Fieldston, Dalton, Riverdale Country School, and Dwight Englewood.