LOWER LEVEL ISEE PREP
Nobody enjoys test prep, but it can be particularly hard for fourth and fifth graders preparing for what is often their first standardized test. At that age, sitting still can be a challenge, let alone sitting still while someone shows you how to do math.
Fortunately, all our Lower Level ISEE tutors have extensive experience working with younger students. More importantly, though, they love doing it. So whether your kid needs content review, technique practice, or a mid-session break to do cartwheels – or all of the above – we’ve got you covered.
Areas we serve
Online tutoring is available for US residents for all levels of the SSAT and ISEE, and worldwide for the Upper Level SSAT and ISEE.
Online sessions take place using Lessonspace, an easy-to-use distance-learning platform that allows the student and tutor to share screens, videos, documents, collaborative whiteboards, and more.
Online one-on-one prep starts at $250/hr. We customize our work to the unique needs of each student, so we require no upfront commitment of hours. You pay only for the sessions you schedule, and you are billed only after those sessions have been completed. There are no fees for changing or cancelling an appointment so long as any changes are made more than 24 hours in advance.
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Optimizing Your Testing SChedule
The ISEE testing schedule is unlike any other. It used to be that students could only take the test once every school year, but fortunately that is no longer the case. The ISEE now allows students to test once every four-month period, but to make this change work to your advantage, you'll need to carefully plan your test prep and testing dates well in advance.
Scoring: WHAT EVEN IS A ‘STANINE’, ANYWAY?
The ISEE scoring system may seem overwhelming, and it is definitely...complicated (to put it nicely!). Fortunately, we have a black belt in this test, and we’re here to give you an outline of the most important things to know. From raw score to percentiles, from stanines to super-scores and more, we've got you covered.