What to Expect from Fall ISEE Testing

Applying to a new school is difficult. You want your child to be happy and successful, surrounded by good friends and caring teachers, and supported by a rigorous curriculum and enriching activities. As if all of the research, endless school visits, and chatter among parents wasn't stressful enough, you have to worry about taking the the [...]

By |2018-10-29T16:03:08-05:00October 24th, 2018|ISEE Lower Level, ISEE Middle Level, ISEE Upper Level|0 Comments

ISEE Upper Level Practice Questions

The Upper Level Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) is the standardized test required by many private schools for students applying to grades 9-12. The ISEE is administered by the Educational Records Bureau (ERB). Piqosity currently offers 6 full-length practice tests plus 2,000 practice questions. In total, students can work through the equivalent of nearly [...]

By |2017-06-30T12:06:09-05:00June 30th, 2017|ISEE Upper Level|0 Comments

ISEE Math Review – Estimation

For the ISEE and other standardized tests with math sections, estimation is your friend. Estimation will reduce the amount of time you spend making calculations, which allows more time to complete difficult questions. Estimation is rounding a number up or down to make it easier to calculate, but the estimated number must be as [...]

By |2017-05-04T15:15:26-05:00May 4th, 2017|ISEE Math Review, ISEE Upper Level|0 Comments

ISEE Math Review – Matrix Multiplication, Standard Deviation, and Trigonometry

The Upper Level ISEE is used for application into 9th through 12th grade. Thus, the ISEE sometimes includes some higher level math concepts designed for students who have completed Algebra II or Pre‐Calculus. We have included three of these concepts so that you know what they look like so you can determine for yourself [...]

By |2017-05-03T22:03:53-05:00May 3rd, 2017|ISEE Math Review, ISEE Upper Level|0 Comments

ISEE Math Review – Solid Geometry: Surface Area and Volume

Triangles, polygons, and circles are all considered two‐dimensional objects and you’ve learned how to find the perimeter and area of these objects. You will also need to know how to analyze the measurements of their three‐dimensional counterparts, or solid geometry. For solid geometry, you will need to know the volume and the surface area [...]

By |2017-05-03T21:56:46-05:00May 3rd, 2017|ISEE Math Review, ISEE Upper Level|0 Comments