## What math is on the ISEE?

## What math is on the ISEE?

About the ISEE Math Section Numbers and Operations. Algebra. Geometry. Measurement.

**How do I ace the ISEE test?**

Techniques and Tricks for Mastering the ISEE

- #1: Answer every question. There is no penalty for wrong answers on the ISEE, so be sure to answer every question, and guess when necessary.
- #2: Predict the answer before reading answer choices.
- #3: Practice.
- #4: Stay focused.

### What is on the upper level ISEE?

The Upper Level ISEE is taken by students applying to grades 9-12. The Upper Level ISEE is administered both on the computer and on paper. It consists of five sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Achievement, and the Essay.

**How many math questions are on the ISEE?**

The ISEE Upper-Level math test consists of a total of 84 questions that you must answer within 75 minutes.

## Can you use a calculator on the ISEE upper level?

Calculators are not allowed; students may (and probably should) write in the test booklet. If you’re taking the test online, make sure you have scratch paper to work on. Know that there may be math on this exam that you have not yet learned in school.

**What is average ISEE Score?**

In general, a good ISEE score is a Stanine Score of 7, 8, or 9. Stanine Scores of 4, 5, and 6 are considered average, and scores of 1, 2, and 3 are below average. However, the comprehensive answer to this question depends on several factors, including the schools to which you are applying.

### What is the hardest section of the ISEE test?

What is Tested on the ISEE Quantitative Reasoning Section. The second section of the ISEE is Quantitative Reasoning, which lasts 35 minutes and includes 37 multiple-choice questions. Many students consider Quantitative Reasoning to be the most challenging section of the ISEE.

**What is a good ISEE Score?**

## Do schools prefer ISEE or SSAT?

Do Schools Prefer One? Most independent schools don’t have a strong preference for the ISEE or SSAT. The two exams are fairly interchangeable: both show your preparedness for independent school. That said, there are some factors you should consider when deciding between the ISEE and SSAT.